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How To Turn Off TreeNode Hyperlink...?

Posted on 2009-04-15
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I just got my TreeNode working with my data properly.  Now I just noticed that all my nodes are Hyperlinks be default, allowing the user to click them.  How can I turn the Hyperlink on all the nodes off?

I check the NavigateURL property on each node, they are set to a null string by default.  I never change the value.  Although for testing I did try setting to Nothing, that didn't work either.

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Try....

<Nodes>
    <asp:TreeNode SelectAction="None" />
</Nodes>

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