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Last post Feb 25, 2010 08:16 AM by chayadi
Feb 25, 2010 02:18 AM|LINK
This appeared to be THE way to do menus.
So I tried to download everthing (source, dll, config). All sources (asp.net, ScottGu, 4Guys...) led to codeplex. At that site the text does not match the links and pretty much nothing was as advertised- no .vsi, no web site,no samples, no tutorials. I
should have known something was wrong when the screen shots were the local host test server.
I finally got the source to work and the menus look like something a third grader would do.
I am to the point that I have to believe that most of the "free" software provided by MS is a come on to provide their associates with consulting business.
Feb 25, 2010 08:16 AM|LINK
I am not sure which version you download.
When i first know about css friendly,
and i download the latest version from
i just need to read the code for 3 hour,
then i can understand and use it.
Basically, you just need the dll to be reference to your project.
Then you can set the control "CssSelectorClass" property to the css style.
The difficult part (maybe), to understand which class it use on the css.
With the help of mozilla web development addon it is easier to understand it.