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ASP.NET Web form - how to remove default form items?

ASP.NET Web form - how to remove default form items?

(OP)
Hello

I have a simple Web form in asp.net and when I preview it in my browser I see the following:



There are a few menu items along the top, Application, name, etc, which are links, and a copyright notice at the bottom.

How can I remove these, please, or at least neutralise those links? I can't even see the top links anywhere in the source code.

Thank you.

Blueie

RE: ASP.NET Web form - how to remove default form items?

Apparently, you used some sort of wizard to create your site. Those items are most likely in the Master Page that the page inherits from.

RE: ASP.NET Web form - how to remove default form items?

(OP)
Hello jbenson001

Thanks for your reply.

Yes, you are right. That script is in a file called Site.master

I will just comment them out!

Thank you, sir!

RE: ASP.NET Web form - how to remove default form items?

You are welcome :)

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