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make text invisiable

Posted on 2011-03-01
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Hello experts I keep having text populate the first 200 lines of my webpage. I keep deleting it but when I build it it reapears. I found it in my other section of my page and replaced the text with a lable control, but that did not fix the text populating the first part. I have put the text into a div and want to make sure it never is seen. How do I make a div invisiable on C# asp.net using visual studio.

This is rather urgent as this bug showed up last night at 3am and the site is LIVE.

HELP!!!!
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Question by:HawaiiDragon
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<div style="display:none;">your text</div>
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Depends on what exactly you are after.

display:none; will remove the element completely from the flow of text.

visibility: hidden; will keep the space it occupies but will not show what is in the element.
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also in C# you can make it invisible with this code:

<element id>.visible = false;
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VS 2010 would not work with any of the solutions provided, what I had to do was open it in notepade and then delete the text.... found VS2010's first major bug!!!
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I'm curious.  What is this text that it was displaying?
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