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CHAPTER 15 OUR EMPIRE UNITED
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SPNavigationNode weather = new SPNavigationNode("Weather", "/"); newsNode.Children.Add(weather, localNews); SPNavigationNode sports = new SPNavigationNode("Sports", "/"); newsNode.Children.Add(sports, weather); The comment is optional; the rest is not.
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Note Yes I realize hard-coding links like this is bad practice. I am doing this to show you how to modify the navigation, not to be a saint. That train left the station a long time ago, and the ticket was too expensive for me.
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4. (Optional) Did you know that the menus also support child elements Try this: // Child items SPNavigationNode soccer = new SPNavigationNode("Soccer", "/"); SPNavigationNode golf = new SPNavigationNode("Golf", "/"); SPNavigationNode football = new SPNavigationNode("Football", "/"); sports.Children.AddAsFirst(soccer); sports.Children.Add(golf, soccer); sports.Children.Add(football, golf); Now, for the last time, build, deploy or upgrade, recycle IIS, and then poof! The object reference is not set to an instance of an object. No menu. So close but no cigar. Let s see what went wrong.
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Come on, you knew I was kidding, right We re not done yet. There are still a great many things we should do, but for now, let s fix up the problem we just discovered. The problem in our case is simple; there is no TopNavigationBar defined in our site. Remember back to our site definition We left the NavBars element empty. However, in order to add items to the menu, the menu must exist. Now you know why you might want to call me a liar for saying that the empty NavBars element was there for validation only. I feel very ashamed if that makes you feel better. So, our solution seems simple enough; just modify your site definition NavBars element in the onet file as such: <NavBars> <NavBar ID="1002"/> </NavBars> And you would think that everything is in order, right Wrong. If you modify your site definition, your supportability takes a nosedive that would bring a blush to the face of Stuka pilots. This is important. Because your site definition in effect is set in stone once you create your first site off that definition, you need to think very carefully what you put into that definition. If you forget a vital element, such as the TopNavigationBar element, you are basically out of luck and must re-create all your sites.
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However, for our development environment, we don t care. And, because of our massive developer genius, we know that we can simply delete our site completely, redeploy our fixed onet.xml, create a new site collection, and hit our magic Setup button to get the whole show running again. But let s really explore brilliance. While in the onet file, add the following element to your single configuration element: <WebFeatures> <Feature ID="[FEATURE ID OF TIMESSETUP FEATURE]"></Feature> </WebFeatures> See where this is going
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This one is the simplest exercise. This is where you brand yourself with the proverbial crown of glory, raise your hands toward the sky, and feel the rush of success. 1. Delete your current site collection. Create a new site collection based on the EmpireTimes site definition. And now, to make the crowd go wild... 2. Go to the root of your new site. Yeah, just click the link from the site collection creation receipt. I will let the applause from the audience, along with Figure 15-6, speak for itself.
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Figure 15-6. Something to make you proud
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OK, there are a few details left. And I promised I would explain why I added the categories.aspx URL to the News navigation node. First, though, some more glory. Figure 15-7 shows what your TopNavigationBar looks like with the child menu open.
Figure 15-7. TopNavigationBar open and another detail Notice anything in particular At least two things might spring to mind. The News tab is highlighted. That is because we are on the page to which the News tab links. If you add nodes directly to the TopNavigationBar navigation node collection, you will, as a free bonus, get tab highlighting when you are on the page to which a tab links. You can try this by modifying your node creation code in TimesSetup.cs as such: SPNavigationNode newsNode = new SPNavigationNode("News", "Lists/Categories/AllItems.aspx"); topNavigationBar.AddAsFirst(newsNode); SPNavigationNode localNews = new SPNavigationNode("Local news", "categories.aspx"); topNavigationBar.Add(localNews, newsNode); SPNavigationNode weather = new SPNavigationNode("Weather", "/"); newsNode.Children.AddAsFirst(weather); SPNavigationNode sports = new SPNavigationNode("Sports", "/"); newsNode.Children.Add(sports, weather); I have put the modified lines in bold. The changes simply remove the link to categories.aspx from the News node and place it on the Local news node instead. Now, if you go to the front page, you will get Figure 15-8 as your result. Needless to say, going to the All Items view of the Categories list will highlight the News node.
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