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Menu Page on Mobile Site

Posted by Shivani Articles | Mobile & Embedded August 31, 2001
My basic idea to stat this site is to show you a real-world example and how mobile programming can be integrated to a web site. I would try to build this site as useful as I can. If you've got any ideas or suggestions, please don't hesitate to send it to me.
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So finally we are starting a Mobile Site. My basic idea to start this site is to show you a real-world example and how mobile programming can be integrated to a web site. I would try to build this site as useful as I can. If you've got any ideas or suggestions, please don't hesitate to send it to me. I would be glad to see your response.

Here is the Menu Page of the Site. What you need to do is just make a directory in your server and put this code in that directory. This Menu page consists links. I will give you these link regularly in my forthcoming articles. You can find source code and latest news about the site development.

Save this code as MobileHome.aspx and  enjoy the way.

Source Code:

// Source Code starts
<%@ Register TagPrefix="Mobile"
Namespace="System.Web.UI.MobileControls" Assembly
="System.Web.Mobile"%>
<%@ Page
Inherits
="System.Web.UI.MobileControls.MobilePage"
Language="CS" %>
<mobile:Form id=Form1 runat="server">
<
mobile:Label id=Label1 runat="server">
Welcome to Shivani`s Mobile Unit
</mobile:Label>
<
mobile:Link runat="server" NavigateURL="CurrentNews.aspx" ID="Link1">
Current News
</mobile:Link>
<
mobile:Link runat="server" NavigateURL="Horoscope.aspx" ID="Link2">
Daily Horoscope
</mobile:Link>
<
mobile:Link runat="server" NavigateURL="Weatherupdates.aspx" ID="Link3">
Weather Updates
</mobile:Link>
<
mobile:Link runat="server" NavigateURL="MobilePages.aspx" ID="Link4">
Mobile pages
</mobile:Link>
<
mobile:Link runat="server" NavigateURL="MobileDiary.aspx" ID="Link5">
Mobile Diary
</mobile:Link>
<
mobile:Link runat="server" NavigateURL="WordJumble.aspx" ID="Link6">
Word Jumble
</mobile:Link>
<
mobile:Link runat="server" NavigateURL="MailingUnit.aspx" ID="Link7">
M-Mailing
</mobile:Link>
</
mobile:Form>
// Source Code End

Here is the  output in Nokia ToolKit

MobileHomeSH1.gif

MobileHomeSH2.gif

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