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I see that NAVECHA has answered a query on this one but I got a little lost.

I have a simple navigation include file - ET2Nav.asp
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<A href="et2Ware.asp">Warehousing & Storage </A>:
 <A href="et2vip.asp">VIP customers : </A>
 <A href="et2trans.asp">Transport Broking:</A>
  <A href="et2contact.asp">contact us</A>
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and what I am trying to do is ensure that when the Warehousing & Storage page - et2Ware.asp - opens up, the link to Warehousing and Storage does not show onthe nav bar.
Is that possible, or can it be highlighted?

kind regards

Misafi
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by:dukestaTAI
ID: 17011608
Here is one method you mayb have to modify it but this should get you started.

<!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN">

<html>
<head>
      <title>Untitled</title>
      
<%

Function adjMenu(strLink)

If strLink = request.servervariables("url") Then
      response.write("style='visibility: hidden;'")
End If

End Function


%>
      
</head>

<body >

<A href="et2Ware.asp" <%adjMenu("/et2Ware.asp")%>>Warehousing & Storage </A>:
 <A href="et2vip.asp" <%adjMenu("/et2vip.asp")%>>VIP customers : </A>
 <A href="et2trans.asp" <%adjMenu("/et2trans.asp")%>>Transport Broking:</A>
  <A href="et2contact.asp" <%adjMenu("/et2contact.asp")%>>contact us</A>


</body>
</html>
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by:Misafi
ID: 17012321
Thanks dukestaTAI
The links work but they still all show up - so ther is no difference from the original script.

rgds

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by:dukestaTAI
ID: 17012356
Run this page and tell me what it says for URL: on the page.


<!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN">

<html>
<head>
     <title>Untitled</title>
     
<%

Function adjMenu(strLink)

If strLink = request.servervariables("url") Then
     response.write("style='visibility: hidden;'")
End If

End Function


%>
     
</head>

<body >

<h1>URL:</h1><%=request.servervariables("url")%>

<A href="et2Ware.asp" <%adjMenu("/et2Ware.asp")%>>Warehousing & Storage </A>:
 <A href="et2vip.asp" <%adjMenu("/et2vip.asp")%>>VIP customers : </A>
 <A href="et2trans.asp" <%adjMenu("/et2trans.asp")%>>Transport Broking:</A>
  <A href="et2contact.asp" <%adjMenu("/et2contact.asp")%>>contact us</A>


</body>
</html>
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by:Misafi
ID: 17012442
This is what it came up with - Ensign is the project name
URL:
/Ensign/url.asp Warehousing & Storage : VIP customers : Transport Broking: contact us

rgds
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by:Misafi
ID: 17035019
What happens now? I am not sure whether this question has been abandoned on not.
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rdivilbiss earned 250 total points
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>What I am trying to do is ensure that when the Warehousing & Storage page - et2Ware.asp - opens up, the link to Warehousing and Storage does not show onthe nav bar.

Since you are working with ASP, I would suggest an ASP solution.

In the menu include file, you may determine which page is loaded using the server variable, "SCRIPT_NAME" You can then test for the current page and not write it's menu link (or highlight it, etc.)

See my live example at http://www.rodsdot.com/ee/aspConditionalMenuLinks1.asp

ASP code for an example menu include file.

<%
' a variable to hold the currently loaded ASP page name.
Dim pageName

' get the page name from the server
pageName = Request.ServerVariables("SCRIPT_NAME")

' remove any preceding path
pageName = Mid(pageName, InStrRev(pageName,"/")+1)

' write a link only if it is NOT to this page.
if pageName <> "aspConditionalMenuLinks1.asp" then
      response.write "<a title=""ASP Conditional Menu Links Example Page 1"" href=""aspConditionalMenuLinks1.asp"">ASP Conditional Menu Links 1</a>&nbsp;|&nbsp;"
end if
if pageName <> "aspConditionalMenuLinks2.asp" then      
      response.write "<a title=""ASP Conditional Menu Links Example Page 2"" href=""aspConditionalMenuLinks2.asp"">ASP Conditional Menu Links 2</a>&nbsp;|&nbsp;"
end if
if pageName <> "aspConditionalMenuLinks3.asp" then      
      response.write "<a title=""ASP Conditional Menu Links Example Page 3"" href=""aspConditionalMenuLinks3.asp"">ASP Conditional Menu Links 3</a>"
end if
%>

You can improve on my code, but this should show you what is possible.

Regards,
Rod
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by:Misafi
ID: 17048411
Perfect ! - thank you very much

Regards

Misafi
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by:rdivilbiss
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Glad to help. Good luck!
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