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asp.net breadcrumbs question

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#1 nixx


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Posted 29 March 2009 - 09:05 PM

Hi, I was wondering if there's a way to have a site map have the same end node for different root nodes. I tried putting # and query strings at the end and it works but not the way I wanted it to. Say for example I have the following: Page 1 > Page 2 > Page 3 > Page 4 but I could reach Page 4 directly from Page 1: Page 1 > Page 4 When I try and go to Page 4 from Page 1, P1 > P2 > P3 > P4 is displayed. Is there a way to display P1 > P4? Thanks.

My site map kinda looks like this:

   <siteMapNode title="Home" description="Home" url="~/default.aspx">
	  <siteMapNode title="Page 1" description="Page 1" url="~/Page1.aspx">
		 <siteMapNode title="Page 1a" description="Page 1a" url="~/Page1a.aspx" />
		 <siteMapNode title="Page 1b" description="Page 1b" url="~/Page1b.aspx" />
	  <siteMapNode title="Page 2" description="Page 2" url="~/Page2.aspx">
		 <siteMapNode title="Page 2a" description="Page 2a" url="~/Page2a.aspx" />
		 <siteMapNode title="Page 2b" description="Page 2b" url="~/Page2b.aspx" />
		 <siteMapNode title="Page 2c" description="Page 2c" url="~/Page1b.aspx?=1" />

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