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  Asked By: Brenton    Date: Jun 18    Category: Sharepoint    Views: 966

I want to add a dropdown menu that shows me all the
available sites I have created on every top of the
sharepoint sites. Currently I am using an application
that uses SPS OM to get the list of sites and showing
it on a dropdown and all the sharepoitn portal server
sites inside an Iframe.

I want to avoid using application instead just adding
a Dropdown menu on the homepage of sps.



3 Answers Found

Answer #1    Answered By: Beau Pena     Answered On: Jun 18

If my understanding is correct you want to navigate to sites  thru this drop
down. Why do not you use a web part for this? You can use the same piece of code
that you have written in that application  to get the drop down filled and could
put a button which on clicked would take you to the selected site.

Answer #2    Answered By: Isaiah Santiago     Answered On: Jun 18

Thx, I thought of that but I have issues like how can
add  the webpart on the sites  top navigation  bar.
(Home Documents and Lists Create Site Settings Help
[drop down menu  here- called All Sites]). I dont have
a webpart zone other there. Secondly creating a drop
down menu in webpart sounds taff..

Answer #3    Answered By: Robert Wilson     Answered On: Jun 18

ok i got the way to add  webpart zone on the top
navagation using FP 2003. Programmatically i can i use
the drop down menu. I am refering not the asp.net
dropdown menu  but the one created  using <DIV> and Css

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