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How to hide IE toolbars and menubars in .Net?


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I am woking on Visual Studio 2005 and have created pages that have a master page. I need to hide the toolbars and menubars of IE when loading the page.Should I do this in the onload of the master page? If yes then how? window.open() will not work as this will open a new window

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You have no control over the users current window when loading your site. The only way to control the users window is to open a new one which you seem to already know how to do...window.open()!Sorry if that is not what you wanted to hear. The only other option is for you to create your own browser and hope you can take down IE, Firefox, and Opera :)And to be honest, if I went to your site and you started messing with my settings (which I am very particular about) I would probably never come back to your site.

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