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Solution Partners Solpart menu w3c validation

Posted on 2007-03-20
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Hi,

We're using Solution Partners (www.solpart.com) asp.net menu component. The output generated by the pages where it is used are not W3C compliant.

Does anyone know if this component is capable of generating compliant code? Any free (or relatively low cost) alternative that validates?

Thanks,
Paul
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by:Sammy
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Paul,
I dont see anything anything special about this menu. The native asp:menu control can produce better results with a little bit of creativity.
the best asp.net menu I have seen that is compliant with W3c Standards is
it cost $249.00

http://www.componentart.com/
second one from telerik and you can see it here
http://www.telerik.com/products/aspnet/controls/menu/overview.aspx


HTH
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by:1902software
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Hi sammy1971,

there are two main reasons we are using it:
1) it's included in Rainbow Portal (which is where we use it for).
2) it's free :)

It's not a must-have requirement, but it's nice if it can validate. Thanks for your input.

Paul
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Sammy earned 250 total points
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You can take a look at http://skmmenu.com/menu/
its free and extremely well documented
one more thing to look at is the CSS Adapters http://www.asp.net/cssadapters/ to use with asp.net menu control itself

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