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you might want to try something like this <%@PageLanguage="C#"%><%@RegisterTagprefix="wssawc"Namespace="Microsoft.SharePoint.WebControls"Assembly="Microsoft.SharePoint, Version=12.0.0.0, Culture=neutral, ...


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You can loop through the XsltListViewWebPart internal controls and hide the Toolbar control like: //Find the ToolBar control and set visible to False foreach (Control ctrl in webpart.Controls) { if (ctrl.GetType() == typeof(ViewToolBar)) { ctrl.Visible = false; break; } } Or you can use Reflection to set the Toolbar to none for View, ...


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Following are high level steps you need to follow Convert Master Page into SharePoint format. Create an HTML file with the same look and feel as your existing master page Upload CSS/IMAGE/JS into SharePoint Site Assets Library Reference those files in the master page Upload the html file and use Design Manager to convert it into SharePoint master page ...



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