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Razor Module to Show Parent Child Links

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    Hello,

    I have a situation with our current DNN site where we will have many external links. The parent page is a URL, then the child page is a regular page, and then it's children are URL pages.

    I tried using the Console and DDR Menu with no luck so I was looking to build a simple module that would get the current page ID, then query all children and build out links on the page. I could do this using a Rest API, but if it is possible using the models in a Razor view and some C# I would prefer that. I basically want to build a simple drop in module no configuration necessary.

    I hope that makes sense and I appreciate your time! Thank you!



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      Yes, it probably is.

      I would recommend instead that you look at 2sxc, create a content type in which the content stores the parent page, the child page, and the URL links.

      Your razor view (though you can likely do it with an HTML view) displays the data.
      Joe Craig
      DNN MVP
      Patapsco Research Group
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