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Question Chapter 7 Inline Style to remove logo

Pages 280 - 282

Worked through this example and the design view clearly shows that the logo has been removed from my new page layout.

After checking in the page layout and creating a new page in the MOSS site, the logo still shows.

The source code view also clearly shows that my new code is in place.

Any reasons why the final page still shows the logo?

Thanks much;

Larry
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Hmmm, can you double check that a major version has been published / checked in and that it has been approved. That is always my first thought when things look different than they should. Approval can be easy to miss while you are working with files over and over.
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