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How to use Ribbon applicationMenu links?

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109945 Jul 12,2013 05:35 AM UTC Jul 25,2013 01:13 PM UTC ASP.NET MVC (Classic) 2
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Laszlo Boross
Asked On July 12, 2013 05:35 AM UTC

I have been evaluating the Ribbon control and the examples are good for getting started, but I could not find an example that implements navigation using the applicationMenu.

e.g. I want my application menu to contain 3 items, Home, Developer and Exit, and I want them to navigate between pages of the app, so in the ribbon I define these application menus:

.ApplicationMenuText("File").ApplicationMenu(applicationMenu =>

I assume UrlMapper is used to control the link, since the applicationMenu does not have a ClientSideOnClick method, but when I look at the source, there is no mention of the url in the menu.

I even tried to put straight html in the text like below, but jquery seems to block the event.

applicationMenu.Add().Text("<a rel='nofollow' href='/Home'>Home</a>").ImageUrl("/Images/bullet.png");

Can someone please provide an example of how to use the Ribbon applicationMenu?

Regards, Laszlo

Laszlo Boross
Replied On July 18, 2013 04:27 AM UTC


I still can't get this working, has anyone had success with the Ribbon Application Menu?

Sunil Prabakar C [Syncfusion]
Replied On July 25, 2013 01:13 PM UTC

Hi Laszlo,

Thanks for your patience.

Kindly refer the direct trac incident: 110954 for more information. Kindly follow up the below link.


Sunil Prabakar C


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