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Hide DIV with class name section1

Posted on 2007-03-20
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Hi,

I have a Word Document that MS word 2003 has converted into 'web page filtered' Htm format.

It seems to have split my document inot two section one marked
<div class=Section1>
****** CONTENT *********
</div>

What code woudl i need to HIDE section 1 ??? DHTML ?? Javascript ?? ASP ???
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Question by:itimes
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you could use CSS:

.Section1 {
display:none;
}
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or inline, add style="display:none;"

<div class=Section1 style="display:none;">
****** CONTENT *********
</div>
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