The use of System.IO and regular expressions makes this a very easy task. Place a <asp:Literal> control (ID="htmlbody") on your page, and then use the following code to strip out everything up to and including the <body> tag (regardless of whether the tag contains additional attributes), and everything from the closing </body> tag onwards:
StreamReader sr; string html; sr = File.OpenText("<path_to_file.htm>"); html = sr.ReadToEnd(); sr.Close(); Regex start = new Regex(@"[\s\S]*<body[^<]*>", RegexOptions.IgnoreCase); html = start.Replace(html,""); Regex end = new Regex(@"</body[\s\S]*", RegexOptions.IgnoreCase); html = end.Replace(html, ""); htmlbody.Text = html;
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