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Dear All,
In simple HTML website we can put simple menu for linked webpages.
To get the all page linked together we have to keep all links in all the webpage.

<ul class="menu">
<li><a href="#">Home</a></li>
<li><a href="#">Product</a></li>
<li><a href="#">Service</a></li>

If we add some more pages then we have to add that link in all the pages,so how to manage all the links in one web page and then call that page to every page.
So that if we update in one page and it will come in all the pages simultaneously as we are applying css using one link in <head> tag.

Here we are using HTML and CSS for menu and submenu links.

Please reply...
Thanks in advance.
Posted 10-Dec-12 23:05pm
Edited 12-Dec-12 17:57pm

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I think you need a masterpage. It's easy in ASP.NET , for other languages I can't say.
hiteshprajpati at 11-Dec-12 6:34am
Yes, In its too easy using navigation menu and Masterpage but how to do it in HTML using CSS or anything else without using functionality.

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