Misterious Extra link and title tag inside head tags

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Hello, The code in the Master.master that creates the head of the page is as follows: After the page parses, I get the following code after the comment: ... I cannot figure out where this link and title tag come from. Any ideas? Thank you. Victor
#17766
Mar 25, 2008 19:42
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Are you logged in? The stylesheet would be for the right click menu for editors and administrators. Put there by EPiServer. Because you're using runat=server on the head tag, I think ASP.NET outputs the Title tag automatically. The System.Web.Page (your template inherits from it) has a Title property, which you can set. It will output an empty tag, if no Title has been set. /Steve
#18584
Mar 25, 2008 19:44
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In case you create the title tag in your header file you should consider moving that to the Master page instead. The Master page always creates a title tag by default if you don't provide it directly in the Master page. /René
#18585
Mar 25, 2008 19:44
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In case you create the title tag in your header file you should consider moving that to the Master page instead. The Master page always creates a title tag by default if you don't provide it directly in the Master page. /René
#18586
Mar 25, 2008 19:44
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Thank you both so much. I took out the reference to runat=server and it worked. Take care. Victor
#18587
Mar 25, 2008 19:44
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