This tutorial will demonstrate how you can easily determine the name of the current page you are on dynamically using ASP.NET 4.0 and C#.

Determine Page Name Dynamically

In certain scenarios you may need to quickly determine the name of the current page you are working with dynamically. To demonstrate this with C#, we will create a simple web site with a web form and display the name of that form on the web page. At this point I have created a new ASP.NET Empty Web Site. To begin:

  1. Right click the project in your solution explorer.
  2. Select add new item…
  3. Select a web form.
  4. Name it ‘Default.aspx’.
  5. Click add.

Next, we need to add some simple code to grab the current page name and display it. To do this:

  1. Open Default.aspx.cs up for editing.
  2. Add the following using statement at the top of the class:
  3. Add the following code to the Page_Load event method:

Let’s review what this code is doing. We create a variable called pageName, and then call the GetFileNameWithoutExtension method passing it the current path using Request.Path. This returns to us the name of the current file without an extension.

Testing

To test this out, load up the web site. Ensure that the correct name of the current page is being displayed without an extension.
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