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  1. #1
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    Question Content manager in VS 2010 (or VS 2008)

    I need to make a website in VS 2010 and I need to manage content with levels and sublevels for each section.

    Example:

    Section "About us"

    1. ......
    1.1 .......
    1.1.1 .........
    1.1.2 .........
    1.2 .........

    2 ..........
    2.1.........

    3 .........
    and so on.

    Is there any solution for this problem? I dont need html since I will use textareas to control everything through css on the webpage.

    Thanks in advance,
    Francisco

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    resolved

    i hate to be the bearer of bad news but if your using a webpage your using html....

    (nested) ordered lists seem like a good candidate

    Code:
    <ol>
      <li>bla</li>
      <li>bla <ol><li>bla nested</li></ol></li>
    </ol>

  3. #3
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    Well, that's nice for presentation. I love ULs and LIs. But what about management?

    I would love to have something really fast to use with Ajax/Jquery/Silverlight and "Edit in place" feature.

    There should be something similar on internet...

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