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add text to panel in code behind

Posted on 2007-12-05
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In ASP.NET 2.0 with C# I have a Panel.
In the code behind I add to this panel asp:hyperlink controls:
             HyperLink hl1 = new HyperLink();
                hl1.ID = "HL1";
                hl1.NavigateUrl = "~/Index.aspx";
                hl1.Text = "Home";
                pnlbreadcrumbs.Controls.Add(hl1);

                HyperLink hl2 = new HyperLink();
                hl2.ID = "HL1";
                hl2.NavigateUrl = "~/Index.aspx";
                hl2.Text = "HyperLink2";
                pnlbreadcrumbs.Controls.Add(hl2);
After each hyperlink I want to give the > sign which is ">"
How shall I add it to the panel in the code behind?
thankyou
anat

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You could add a literal after each hyperlink control, that way you could add whatever you want behind that.

So you'd get something like this:

HyperLink hl1 = new HyperLink();
hl1.ID = "HL1";
hl1.NavigateUrl = "~/index.aspx";
hl1.Text = "Home";
pnlbreadcrumbs.Controls.Add(hl1);

Literal lit1 = new Literal();
lit1.ID = "literal1";
lit1.Text = " > ";
pnlbreadcrumbs.Controls.Add(lit1);

Haven't tested this, but it should work.

Regards,
Max.
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by:ANAT2403
ID: 20410076
Hi Max,
I took your idea and improved it.
                Label lbl1 = new Label();
                lbl1.Text = ">";
                pnlbreadcrumbs.Controls.Add(lbl1);
thankyou
Anat
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Both would work. ;)

Glad to have been helpful :)

Regards,
Max.
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