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Dynamic SiteMap using FrontPages Navigation

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Submitted on: 1/6/2015 4:05:00 PM
By: Drew Wutka (from psc cd)  
Level: Intermediate
User Rating: By 2 Users
Compatibility: ASP (Active Server Pages), HTML
Views: 568
 
     Attached is an .asp page that creates a dynamic sitemap using FrontPage's navigation file. (In other words, the page will always show a site map built from the current navigation). This page does NOT use an ActiveX .dll, it is strictly ASP. So obviously you must have a service provider that allows for ASP. The only quirk I can think of, which may trip this code up, is that it uses the FileSystemObject to read the FrontPage data file. If anyone has a problem using this page due to that, you may be able to use ADO to read the file. Let me know, and I'll look into it, or if you rewrite it with ADO, post it please. One last thing. It displays in three different 'modes'. sitemap.asp or sitemap.asp?View=Indented Builds the page with the links being indented. (Looks fine, but source is full of  's) sitemap.asp?View=AllBullets Builds the page with bullets, including the home page sitemap.asp?View=ChildBullets Builds the page with bullets, except for the home page You can also go into the code, and just wipe out the Select Case, leaving the function that calls what you want. Drew (P.S.--You should be able to put this page anywhere on your site.....)
 
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