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Access a H1 tag which is in parent master page from a content page

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Hello experts,

I have a H1 tag whose id is h1top in my parent master page like below. my site is bulit in asp.net 2.0 and C#
<div id="top">
           <div id="leftdot"></div>
           <div id="center">
             <h1 id="h1top" runat="server" class="h1top"></h1></div>
            <div id="rightdot"></div>
  </div>

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Now I have a content page called items.aspx which is created from Nested masterpage whose parent masterpage includes the above H1 tag.

I would like to access this H1 tag from the content page items.aspx so I can add some text using the Innertext control programatically on page load

Thanks and appreciate it
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HtmlGenericControl h1=(HtmlGeneriControl)this.Master.Master.FindControl("h1Id");h1.InnerText = "Text";
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