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Anyone know a quick and dirty way to get the PageName property of the current page's parent page?
OK, I'm sorry. This is basic .NET stuff.
This is along the same topic so I'll just add it here. Is there an easy way to get the level of the current siteMapNode without a looping and counting?
I'm just going by memory but I think SiteMapNode has a .Depth property
Hope it helps,
I did see a currentPage.DepthIndicator property, but it doesn't have any value. Something else might have changed that is causing that property to be no long populated. (Could it be a problem that I'm accessing it from a user control? Although the other page properties seem to be showing up fine.)
Cast the SiteMapNode as mojoSiteMapNode and then you will have a.Depth property.
mojoSiteMapNode n = (mojoSiteMapeNode)SiteMap.CurrentNode;
then use n.Depth
Aha! Thanks again.