In this demo a flow layout is applied to the ASPxSiteMapControl, allowing the site map data to be displayed linearly, with a specific separator. This method saves space.
In order to specify the hierarchy level of nodes which should be displayed using a flow layout, the FlowLayoutLevel property can be used. In this sample, the FlowLayoutLevel property is set to 1 which means that a flow layout is applied to the nodes located at the nesting level whose index equals 1 (these nodes are the immediate children of the top level nodes).
The number of items displayed in a linear flow can be limited using the FlowLayoutMaximumDisplayItems property. In this demo, you can change this number via the Display SubItems dropdown editor.
The item separator displayed between nodes which are rendered using a flow layout can be specified by the FlowLayoutItemSeparator property.
The FlowLayoutTextLineHeight property allows you to control the height of lines which contain the nodes rendered using a flow layout.