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<asp:Panel ID="lgnPanel" runat="server" Height="128px" Width="188px">
                <div id="div1" align="center">
					<a href="Login.aspx" title="Home">Logout</a><br />
                                       <a href="ManageUsers.aspx" title="About Us">Manage Users</a>
					<br />
					<a href="#" title="Products">Manage Clients</a>
					<br />
					<a href="#" title="Our Services">Manage TimeSheets</a>
					<a href="Reports.aspx" title="Contact Us">Reports</a>

This is the design in my master page. if manager logged in then he should able to left side tabs as
manage user
manage timesheets
my doubt is when user logged in means he is restricted to some tabs so he should able to see
reports. how it can be done
Posted 14-Feb-13 23:49pm
Edited 14-Feb-13 23:56pm
Abhishek Pant at 15-Feb-13 5:58am
use sessions.
nakshatra 2013 at 15-Feb-13 6:01am
can we use user.isinrole. i think maintaing seperate div's we can set visibility.

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you can use sessions or you can put the tabs you want to change its visibility in a content place holder and change the content of this place holder in each page.aspx separately.

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