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SSharma
post Oct 31 2014, 10:30 AM
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Hi Guys...

I have to give the title for this link... but its in C# MVc...

@Html.LiMenuLink(String.Concat(Utilities.BaseAddress, "/index/"), "home-icon", Resources.Strings.Menu_Dashboard, "index", "Home", 0)

So how can i give title to these kinds of link ...plss help
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pandy
post Oct 31 2014, 11:06 AM
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I don't know. What does the program do with that? Also, with title, do you mean the title attribute or the link text?

My goess it that the second last parameter is the link text. To get a title attribute in there you may have to change the program.
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post Oct 31 2014, 11:12 AM
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I want to provide the title attribute to the above link.... as its in C# MVC coding ...i m not getting direction to pride it though the title attribute of HTML elements.
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post Oct 31 2014, 01:29 PM
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No one can tell you how to do that without seeing the part of the program that interprets the bit you showed us. I probably couldn't tell you anyway, but maybe someone else could.
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