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Navigation to next page in sitemap?

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  1. Scott
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    20 Feb 2009
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    Before I create a custom control I am just wondering if there is an out of the box solution for this. I have been looking but unable to find a solution.  The client I am working for has basically asked me to put a 300+ page word doc into Sitefinity.  This 300+ page word doc will break down into about 100 to 150 different pages and they want the ability to just hit some sort of "Next" button and based on the structure of the site map link to the next page.  For example:

    PageA --> PageA1 --> PageA2 --> PageA3
    PageB --> PageB1 --> PageB2 --> PageB3
    etc.

    So on PageA there would be a “Next” button that would take you to A1, A1 to A2 and so on.  The reason I don’t want to hardcode a “Next” button is the fact that I am lazy and two if they change the sitemap (which I know they will) I don’t want to have to change all of the links.

    Any help on this would be greatly appreciated.





     
  2. Georgi
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    24 Feb 2009
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    Hi Scott,

    We do not have an out of the box solution for a case like this. Generally it is possible to add a link control dynamically (or change existing one) when you/they publish the page. I am not sure if this would help you though, since I am not sure how you will generate the pages for each document pages.

    Let me know if you need me to elaborate more on the dynamic control insertion to the page, when the page itself is being published.

    Sincerely yours,
    Georgi
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  3. Scott
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    Thank you for the reply.  After looking around I just decided to come up with my own user control for it. 
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