In another question I asked about dynamically calling Lists to a page(Web Part) via a menu. A problem which I have not solved, and has since become more complicated by the following. If I create all the pages required for those lists and manually enter that menu in each page I have a tremendous problem if the menu ever needs changing (it will), I have to change each instance of the menu on each page.
In a normal non-SharePoint world this is easy. This is the precise functionality I want.
<html> <body> @RenderPage("header.aspx") @RenderPage("menu.aspx") CONTENT! @RenderPage("buttons.aspx") </body> </html>
Then, whenever any of the "Render" components need changing I just have to edit the one file.
Oh, but it's easy in SharePoint you say? I do not have access to the Reusable Content functionality with the SharePoint installed here - 2010 with no access to Designer.
Thanks for any help.
So, I've tried using the Page Viewer Web Part and it ALMOST works. The file is a HTML/CSS menu. It only partially loads, as in the menu items are there but the drop downs do not work. Is there somewhere I can be informed on the limitations of the Page Viewer Web Part, or something I need to know about using it for sharing code on a site?