I first tarcked this down to the Comments-field of - what? The SitePages library versioning. So I had two workatrounds to offer the customer: disable page versioning or always check out/in pages, which asks for the comment, thus actually asking for the required value.
This however was just a workaround, not satisfactory enough, so some real solution was called for. Googling, once again I managed to acquire a solution that was so simple in itself, yet so farfetched that I was real sceptic about it. But it worked!
In a nutshell, the reason for this error was the hiding of the PlaceHolderPageTitleInTitleArea. I had moved this place holder in my master page to the hidden panel, with opening tag:
asp:panel visible="false" runat="server"
This for some reason resulted in the error, but when changing the visibility setting to be done by a CSS rule, the error disappeared. Simply, add this CSS class, eg.
Then replace the visible="false" attribute in the asp:panel tag by cssclass="hiddenpanel" attribute. And that's it.
I had this same problem too, really annoying, glad you got it sorted though.
Branding is an interesting and frustrating process sometimes.
this placeholder comes into a h2 tag . style="display:none" in this tag do the trick without going to the css file and add a new class ..
Thank you!!! just wanted to add for those of us who start branding from the "starter master page" from codeplex (http://startermasterpages.codeplex.com/), that the cssclass attribute is not valid with the doctype"-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 strict//EN" and will error. instead, define the class (or if you prefer, dont and use the style tag from above) in the section
note the hiddenpanel css class is configured for the panel - replacing the visable="false" that is currently applied in the master page.
sorry - code above was removed - here is the area you want to edit in the starter master page:
hope that works.
nope, ok try this
<!-- ===== Hidden Placeholders ============================================================ -->
<asp:Panel cssclass="hiddenpanel" runat="server">
Thanks Sanna and everyone. I just left it where it was and set the display to none. Bingo!
Wish I knew what the heck you guys/gals are talking about....I get the error,..but I can;t figure out EXACTLY where to put the code in. I do not have the "PlaceHolderPageTitleInTitleArea" header anywhere in the code. I know just enough to break the page so that I can customize it,...but have no idea about the coding and lingo used to reference the code/tag locations.
@Togotooner: You will find the PlaceHolderPageTitleInTitleArea (which is the ID for this specific content place holder) in the Master Page used on the page giving this error.
Thanks for this article.
You can do this by using a simple DIV tag and inline style.
Is there any difference between using asp:panel or html div ???
Had this problem and YOU solved it. Thank YOU so much!!!!!
Great !!! Really Helpful.
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