Last post Dec 07, 2006 08:20 PM by wahyu
Nov 29, 2006 09:38 PM|wahyu|LINK
I have CSS friendly adapter the released version. After I use that, i can not set the StaticDisplayLevel, this is very important properties, the menu just ignore the setting. I dont know if i'm missing something, workaround, etc, but if this is not supported
by the released version, then rather wait until it support that kind of basic property.
Dec 01, 2006 04:09 PM|Colbo|LINK
Are the properties just not showing up in the IDE? Or are they not showing up when you preview the page in your browser as well?
And this may seem like a silly question, but are you using the correct style-sheet for the menu adapter (menu.css)?
Dec 06, 2006 09:41 AM|wahyu|LINK
it shows up in IDE but if I set it to whatever value it just ignore the setting. E.g. you want to show level 1 and 2, so you set the StaticDisplayLevel to 2, it shows you only the level one. You can modify the menu.css to make the second level visible, i
could not make both level visibile at the same time (on default).
Level2: - Services
- About Us
I want it to be: Home | Services | About Us | Works
I'm using custom SiteMapProvider to feed the sitemap datasource from a database table.
The examples that come with the CSS-friendly Adapter use <Items> within the ASP:Menu and you can make home and others items in the same level. But my custom provider has the structure that a web.sitemap file usually has which is
<sitemapnode title="about us"/>
Dec 06, 2006 12:20 PM|Russ Helfand|LINK
The adapters do not support all of the same properties that the controls offer in the unadapted state. Please refer to the note about this:
Remember that these adapters are samples. Since they are not part of the official ASP.NET framework you may find a few control properties (unrelated to style) that the adapters ignore. Keep in mind that the intent of these adapters is to show you how to
build adapters. Armed with this knowledge you'll, hopefully, discover that it's fairly straightforward to enhance the adapters to support additional control properties. (From
There have been several other threads in this forum by people who are frustrated in particular by the lack of support in the adapted menu for showing more than one tier statically. I hear you. I am curently helping some people try to sort through possible
work arounds for this. See,
http://forums.asp.net/thread/1434858.aspx. Hopefully, we will come up with a solution that everyone can use with v1.0 of the adapters. If/when we release a future rev of the adapters, I can try to make support for multiple static menu tiers a priority.
Dec 06, 2006 07:15 PM|Sam L|LINK
Dec 07, 2006 08:20 PM|wahyu|LINK