Hide / Remove Quick Launch, Main Menu, Ribbon Bar SharePoint 2010

SharePoint 2010 introduced some more context-aware UI treats.

In case you need to write a new ASPX which you want to display as popup, or you just need it stripped down with less bells and whistles, just add a query string value to the URL references.

Same default.master, just that SP 2010 allows you to hide left navigation (quick launch), main menu, social widgets, welcome menu and top bar just by adding the Querystring parameter ?IsDlg=1 to the URL. Of course if there is already a base ?parameter on the URL you need to minimize, just add &IsDlg=1 to the end of the URL instead.

i.e. http://intranet.contoso.com/_layouts/create.aspx?IsDlg=1

or

http://intranet.contoso.com/_layouts/create.aspx?SomeExistingParameter=foo&IsDlg=1

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Keith Tuomi

Keith is SharePoint Consultant and problem solver with itgroove. He's been focused on Microsoft technologies as a Developer and Web Applications specialist since the beginning of the internet era in the early '90s, with formal training coming from the esteemed British Columbia Institute of Technology. He is a SharePoint MVP, which is a coveted Microsoft award for community contributions and technical excellence. Keith has wide array of international experience and is also adapt at translating your business needs into bits & bytes.

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  • Angela

    Dang – was hoping for a simpler answer. But thank you for the help!

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