Getting rid of a broken webpart

7 04 2008

Sometimes (more frequently than I could wish for) a webpart brakes a page and stops you from editing any further. If you find yourseft in such a situation, add the string “?contents=1” as in http://mysite/somepage.aspx?contents=1. This will lead you to the webpart deactivation page where you simply disable/remove the broken webpart. 

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3 responses

12 08 2008
jim hudson

saved me a lot of time, thanks……

9 12 2008
Joe

Great thanks, was looking around for this for awhile.!!!

6 10 2011
Iain

Thank you, Thank you, Thank you! Just wasted an hour trying to resolve my malformed iframe tag!

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