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I have a page where I am pulling data from a table and want to show contact information for everyone that is pulled. However, not everyone has all the information that I am going to show.  In my code behind I have a dataset, setup public variables and then use them in my page. How can I make it so in the example below the word Email: ...... only shows if there is email information? Basically I need an If Else statement in my main page. Here is how I am getting the values from the table:

commEmail = dsvss.Tables(0).Rows(0).Item("email")



h2>Committee Officers</h2>
		       <h3><%=commtitle%></h3>
                <p class="ofc"><b><%=commFullName%></b><br />
                <%=commCompany%><br />
                <%=commAddress1%><br />
                <%=commAddress2%><br />
                <%=commCity%>,&nbsp;<%=commState%>&nbsp;&nbsp;<%=commZip%><br>
                Phone:&nbsp;&nbsp;<%=commPhone%><br />
                FAX:&nbsp;&nbsp;<%=commFax%><br />
                Email:&nbsp;&nbsp;<a href="mailto:<%=commEmail%>"><%=commEmail%></a><br />
                Website:&nbsp;&nbsp;<a href="http://<%=commWebsite%>" target="_blank"><%=commWebsite%></a><br />
                Term:&nbsp;&nbsp;<%=commTerm%></p>

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ororiole earned 500 total points
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Like this!
I made the example shorter to make it simpler because I did test it, but it is your code other than that.
      <h3><%=commtitle%></h3>
                <b><%=commFullName%></b><br />
                <%=commCompany%><br />
                <%=commAddress1%><br />
 
<% If Not commEmail Is Nothing And Not commEmail = String.Empty Then
%>
Email:&nbsp;&nbsp;<a href="mailto:<%=commEmail%>"><%=commEmail%></a><br />
 
<%End If %>

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Thanks ororiole
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