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Managing Multi-page Articles with Content linking Component

In this article Csaba eases the burden of linking ASP pages together by the use of Microsoft Content Linking installable. This is a must read.

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By: Csaba Hatvany
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March 17, 2003
  1. · Managing Multi-page Articles with Content linking Component
  2. · The Content Linking
  3. · Conclusion

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Managing Multi-page Articles with Content linking Component
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There are many methods to create and paginate trough multi-page articles. In this article I will show you how to use ASP and the Microsoft Content Linking installable component to sequentially link together more asp/html page to get a pageable multi-page article.

ASP ships with a number of so called installable components. Content Linking Component is one of these components. It creates a NextLink object that manages a list of URLs. You can use the Content Linking component to generate tables of contents and to create navigational links between the pages of a multi-page article.

The Content Linking component is located in the Nextlink.dll library situated at %windows%\system32\inetsrv where %windows% is your system folder.

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