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aspx with C# - edit needed to contact Us page

Posted on 2011-03-11
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HI,
I am unfamiliar with this programming language, but need to do a simple edit on a website.

A contact page lists 6 staff members, and two need to be removed, but I cannot find where to delete them, as they are not on the contact page itself.

Could someone please talk me through where I might need to go to find the data and stop it from displaying on the contact page?

Thanks in advance...
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they could be stored in a database. in web.config file of the web site find connectionstring tag, connect to that database via the information on connection string and remove the two rows from the table that the data is being pulled from.

you need to take a look at the .cs file to find which classes (.cs files in App_Code folder) the data is being pulled from and in those classes you have to find the releated function defined in the .cs file of aspx file.
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Thank you a lot for helping out. Sorted.
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