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Hello all,

I am making a site which contains some jokes. There are various categories, and subcategories now subcategory will contain the jokes.all this is available on one of the joke site

what i want to do is when user click on category of jokes it will take him to that joke site.

but i want only the main content is visible to the user not other things. how can i do this.

Is this possible..in c#

Please reply..........

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