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Cascading Menus Without Page Refresh With the AJAX Control Toolkit

, 12 Jul 2011 Ms-PL
This is a very easy and user friendly technique for web applications to implement cascading menus without page refresh.
CascadingMenusAjax_Demo.zip
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AjaxControlToolKit.jpg
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AjaxControlToolKit.jpg
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