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For some alternate Site Map provider implementations, refer to the Further Readings section at the end of this tutorial.

Like the Membership and Roles frameworks, the Site Map framework is built atop the provider model.

The job of the Site Map provider class is to generate the in-memory structure used by the ), and this is the provider we will be using in this tutorial.

In this tutorial and the next three we will be examining various Membership-related functions and capabilities. NET pages to implement the topics examined throughout these tutorials.

Let's create those pages and then a site map file tutorial, this is useful in pages where we do not want to display login-related options in the left column.

We also need some means to define the site's logical structure in a maintainable and updateable fashion.

As new pages are added or existing pages removed, we want to be able to update a single source – the site map – and have those modifications reflected across the site's navigational user interface.

The site map data can be bound to other data Web controls using the Site Map Data Source and can be accessed programmatically via the class.

Since a thorough discussion of the Site Map framework and the Navigation controls is beyond the scope of this tutorial series, rather than spend time crafting our own navigational user interface let's instead borrow the one used in my property is set to False it starts returning the site map's hierarchy starting with the descendents of the "Home" node.

For these five pages, however, we want to show the master page's default markup for the Content control.

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