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Overview
The Site Map Path control can be handled by programming:
Reminder: A Site Map Path control can be entirely created in the page editor. It can be customized by programming with the WLanguage functions.
Versions 16 and later
PHP The "Site Map Path" control is now available for the PHP sites.
New in version 16
PHP The "Site Map Path" control is now available for the PHP sites.
PHP The "Site Map Path" control is now available for the PHP sites.
Finding out the subscript of the element that was clicked in the site map path
To find out the subscript of the element that was clicked in the site map path, all you have to do is use ..Value (in the click code of the Site Map Path control for example).
Example:
// -- Click code of SMP_SiteMapPath
// Find out the subscript of the element that was clicked
Trace("Subscript of the element that was clicked: "+ MySelf..Value)
Minimum required version
  • Version 10
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