Once all steps from the previous articles have been performed, you can easily integrate Telerik UI for ASP.NET Ajax in your SharePoint site.
The following steps outline how to swap the default SharePoint navigation with RadMenu:
Launch Office SharePoint designer and open the desired SharePoint site
Within the Folder List tool window expand the tree until the master pages folder is visible. A typical location is http://server_name/_catalogs/masterpage
Open the master page currently used by your site (e.g. default.master). If prompted to check out the file select “Yes”.
Now you need to register the Telerik.Web.UI assembly in the master page. Do so by adding the following directive just above the <html> tag:
<%@ register tagprefix="telerik" namespace="Telerik.Web.UI" assembly="Telerik.Web.UI, Version=x.x.x.x, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=121fae78165ba3d4" %>
Note that the version of the assembly is specified in the Assembly attribute. If deploying a different version of Telerik UI for ASP.NET Ajax, ensure that the version number is correct here.
Since RadMenu is ASP.NET Ajax control, it requires a ScriptManager control to be present on the page. Add the following markup just after the beginning of the <form> tag:
<asp:ScriptManager runat="server" ID="ScriptManager1" />
Alternatively, you can use
RadScriptManager (how to register its handler).
Find the <SharePoint:AspMenu ID=”TopNavigationMenu”> tag and delete it.
Add the following code where the SharePoint menu tag was:
<telerik:RadMenu ID="RadMenu1" runat="server" DataSourceID="topSiteMap" Skin="Office2007" />
Verify that the DataSourceID property of RadMenu is set to the same value as the ID property of the desired SiteMapDataSource control.
Save your master page file and check it in. If you check your page in the browser you should see that RadMenu has replaced the default SharePoint menu.
You can use RadTreeView, RadPanelBar or RadTabStrip by simply replacing the “RadMenu” tag e.g.:
<telerik:RadTreeView ID="RadTreeView1" runat="server" DataSourceID="topSiteMap" />
If you intend to integrate RadAjaxManager inside your SharePoint webpart, review the information from
this help article.