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Last post Nov 22, 2012 01:14 AM by Angie xu - MSFT
Nov 15, 2012 11:06 PM|LINK
I am using Windows 8
I have a Web Project with a Master Page that has a Style Sheet. On the Master page I have a SiteMap file. aTreeView control with a SiteMapDataSource control. The Treeview displays properly on the clint pages in the project. When I then add a SiteMapPath
control to the Master Page, it also displays properly in design view.
However, when I Browse the Default (Home) client page in the Browser (IE), I see the following:
- TreeView displays all the nodes, but none are displayed as Links, and parent nodes do not collapse when clicked.
- SiteMapPath displays only the Top Node (Home)
When I browse other client pages in the browser, the TreeView displays as indicated above, but there is nothing at all displayed in the SiteMapPath control.
I am assuming my problem is affecting both these controls, but I have been unable to figure out that I am doing wrong.
Nov 22, 2012 01:14 AM|LINK
Navigation controls enable you to add various types of menus to webpages.
These include static and fly-out menus, a tree view, and a navigation path.
It hardly troubleshot according to current information, you could check whether add the controls properly.
Moreover, I hope someone else could give more positive solution.