Deleting or Removing Corrupted Web Parts in SharePoint

Tuesday, January 28, 2014

If you encountered an unexpected error when trying to edit the web parts or the site never loads, it means that your web part is corrupted. You need to delete that web part from that site or page...
To delete a corrupted web part, add ?contents=1 at the end of your site URL. For example: will see these a page that has the lists of webparts.

Deleting Removing Corrupted Web Parts SharePoint

You can mark the corrupted web part and delete it here. You can also do some other actions like Close and Reset. Closed web parts will have “NO” on Open on Page column.

This tip/trick works on both SharePoint 2007 and SharePoint 2010
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