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Removing a div control from html but need to bring that back when needed

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Here is my scenario: Any thing which is appears in the html no matter whether it is hidden will be check for security.

I have a situation when I need to hide some control, can't use visibility or display attribute as it we can see these tags when we inspect an element. I need something in client side script that is some what equivalent to unbind and remove function of jquery but I want those tags back without rewritting them on the same request
Aug 6 '12 #1
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Well Hide() will load the tag but does not show on the browser, I don't even want to be loaded
Aug 6 '12 #2

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Use the AJAX method.
Aug 6 '12 #3

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I have come accross with this solution but this option I keep as my last hope, if nothing workout then I will go with that, I am sure but I feel like solution could exist in client script.
Aug 6 '12 #4

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