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Shane Milton
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Shane Milton asked on 12 May 2010, 06:08 PM
I have a sitemap that looks something like this:

<siteMap> 
   <siteMapNode title="Home"
      <siteMapNode title="Sales"
         <siteMapNode title="Customer Profile"
            <siteMapNode title="Businesses" controller="Business" action="Index"
               <siteMapNode title="Specific Business" controller="Business" action="Details" visible="false" /> 
            </siteMapNode> 
            <siteMapNode title="Facilities" controller="Facility" action="Index" /> 
 

The "Specific Business" node represents the page where I'm looking at a specific business where an ID is specified. However, this page is worthless when an ID is not specified, so I don't really want it to be navigable via the menu. However, I do want the breadcrumb in the menu when I'm on it. Doing it in the way I have it gives me exactly what I want with the exception being that the "Businesses" node has an > arrow indicating that it can be expanded when it really can't since 100% of its children have visible=false set.

Thanks in advance! :-)

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Atanas Korchev
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answered on 13 May 2010, 08:43 AM
Hello Shane Milton,

You have to use custom code to remove the items instead of making them invisible. Or use CSS to hide the image.

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