Last post Sep 16, 2019 11:52 PM by KathyW
Sep 16, 2019 09:22 AM|mummyato|LINK
Sep 16, 2019 11:45 AM|Mikesdotnetting|LINK
It's difficult to provide help without knowing more about the web site that you have. ASP.NET has been around since 2002, and there have been many different versions of the framework. Some of them are updatable from the files deployed to the web server,
and other versions are not. You will most likely need to hire a developer who is familiar with ASP.NET just to look at the files on your web server to tell you whether they can be modified.
The chances are, in any event, that you will need a complete rewrite of the application at some stage if you don't have access to the original source files.
Sep 16, 2019 06:39 PM|mummyato|LINK
Thanks so much for your reply. Our website was built in 2016 so it's not that old or maybe it is in website years! I have since found one company who can help but it's quite a hefty bill for removing the little logos. Was hoping I could have done it myself
as I have been able to add security and ssl certification without any issue (self learning along the way) but this is all way over my head with all the specific coding. If I knew what I was looking for, I'm sure I could have sussed it but I think I will have
to admit defeat on this one! Cheers for your advice
Sep 16, 2019 11:52 PM|KathyW|LINK
If the logos are on every page, it is likely they are on a master page that all the other pages use. If your site is a "compile on demand" site, you could, indeed edit it yourself, being careful to not change any of the markup related to the master page
itself, such as <asp:ContentPlaceHolder ...> tags. You could also do this if it was precompiled with an updateable option. Otherwise, you need the source files that are not on the server to make changes and publish them.
Master pages have ".master" as the file extension, and you will see a reference to them in the source of the .aspx files, in the @Page declaration at the top of the page.