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Beginning ASP.NET 4.5 in C# by Matthew MacDonald

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CHAPTER 13

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Website Navigation

You’ve already learned several simple ways to send a website visitor from one page to another. The most straightforward approach is to add ordinary HTML links, using either the <a> element or the HyperLink web control. These links let users click their way through the pages of your site. Or, if you want to trigger a page change in response to some other action, your code can call the handy Response.Redirect() method or the Server.Transfer() method at any time. Both methods are detailed in Chapter 5.

All these techniques are fundamental parts of ASP.NET web design. But as your website becomes more sophisticated, it ...

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