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We are building a MEGA web site which is having more than 1000 links, sometimes we will mesh-up with the filenames and the links. Navigation become complex because of this issue.
I dont know how Microsoft and other MEGA web sites handles their links.
Can anyone suggest me, how to handle this links traffic.
Suggestions are most welcome.
Thanks in Advance.

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Rgds,
Sang
Jul 21 '05 #1
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Hi

You can use Microsoft Front Page for file management and Hyperlink management.
http://office.microsoft.com/assistan...EC010553071033

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Ravikanth[MVP]
"Sangeetha Nagaraj" wrote:
We are building a MEGA web site which is having more than 1000 links, sometimes we will mesh-up with the filenames and the links. Navigation become complex because of this issue.
I dont know how Microsoft and other MEGA web sites handles their links.
Can anyone suggest me, how to handle this links traffic.
Suggestions are most welcome.
Thanks in Advance.

--
Rgds,
Sang

Jul 21 '05 #2

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Hi Paul,
SiteMap API ?
Give me more details. It looks like a nightmare for me.
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Rgds,
Sang
"John Paul. A" wrote:
Dear Sangeetha,
Use SiteMap API provided by Microsoft.
Using this makes your work very simple and easier. You will never get a mesh in your links.
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Thanks & Regards,
John Paul. A
MCP
"Sangeetha Nagaraj" wrote:
We are building a MEGA web site which is having more than 1000 links, sometimes we will mesh-up with the filenames and the links. Navigation become complex because of this issue.
I dont know how Microsoft and other MEGA web sites handles their links.
Can anyone suggest me, how to handle this links traffic.
Suggestions are most welcome.
Thanks in Advance.

--
Rgds,
Sang

Jul 21 '05 #3

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Dear Sangeetha,
The Site Navigation API is a provider-based programming abstraction for accessing site navigation data.
View this site for more information..
Building a Site Navigation Hierarchy ( http://beta.asp.net/quickstart/aspne...avigation.aspx )

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Thanks & Regards,
John Paul. A
MCP
"Sangeetha Nagaraj" wrote:
Hi Paul,
SiteMap API ?
Give me more details. It looks like a nightmare for me.
--
Rgds,
Sang
"John Paul. A" wrote:
Dear Sangeetha,
Use SiteMap API provided by Microsoft.
Using this makes your work very simple and easier. You will never get a mesh in your links.
--
Thanks & Regards,
John Paul. A
MCP
"Sangeetha Nagaraj" wrote:
We are building a MEGA web site which is having more than 1000 links, sometimes we will mesh-up with the filenames and the links. Navigation become complex because of this issue.
I dont know how Microsoft and other MEGA web sites handles their links.
Can anyone suggest me, how to handle this links traffic.
Suggestions are most welcome.
Thanks in Advance.

--
Rgds,
Sang

Jul 21 '05 #4

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Hi,
Now I got the clear picture. I had come to a conclusion. I will use Front Page for file management and Site Navigation API for link management.
Am I right, tell me.

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Rgds,
Sang
"John Paul. A" wrote:
Dear Sangeetha,
The Site Navigation API is a provider-based programming abstraction for accessing site navigation data.
View this site for more information..
Building a Site Navigation Hierarchy ( http://beta.asp.net/quickstart/aspne...avigation.aspx )

--
Thanks & Regards,
John Paul. A
MCP
"Sangeetha Nagaraj" wrote:
Hi Paul,
SiteMap API ?
Give me more details. It looks like a nightmare for me.
--
Rgds,
Sang
"John Paul. A" wrote:
Dear Sangeetha,
Use SiteMap API provided by Microsoft.
Using this makes your work very simple and easier. You will never get a mesh in your links.
--
Thanks & Regards,
John Paul. A
MCP
"Sangeetha Nagaraj" wrote:

> We are building a MEGA web site which is having more than 1000 links, sometimes we will mesh-up with the filenames and the links. Navigation become complex because of this issue.
> I dont know how Microsoft and other MEGA web sites handles their links.
> Can anyone suggest me, how to handle this links traffic.
> Suggestions are most welcome.
> Thanks in Advance.
>
> --
> Rgds,
> Sang

Jul 21 '05 #5

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That link doesn't seem to work anymore.
Is this the same link?

http://beta.asp.net/QUICKSTART/aspne...n/default.aspx
"John Paul. A" wrote:
Dear Sangeetha,
The Site Navigation API is a provider-based programming abstraction for accessing site navigation data.
View this site for more information..
Building a Site Navigation Hierarchy ( http://beta.asp.net/quickstart/aspne...avigation.aspx )

--
Thanks & Regards,
John Paul. A
MCP
"Sangeetha Nagaraj" wrote:
Hi Paul,
SiteMap API ?
Give me more details. It looks like a nightmare for me.
--
Rgds,
Sang
"John Paul. A" wrote:
Dear Sangeetha,
Use SiteMap API provided by Microsoft.
Using this makes your work very simple and easier. You will never get a mesh in your links.
--
Thanks & Regards,
John Paul. A
MCP
"Sangeetha Nagaraj" wrote:

> We are building a MEGA web site which is having more than 1000 links, sometimes we will mesh-up with the filenames and the links. Navigation become complex because of this issue.
> I dont know how Microsoft and other MEGA web sites handles their links.
> Can anyone suggest me, how to handle this links traffic.
> Suggestions are most welcome.
> Thanks in Advance.
>
> --
> Rgds,
> Sang

Aug 11 '05 #6

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