Adventure Works uses a SharePoint publishing site to host their public-facing website at http://www.adventureworks.com. The website gives external users the ability to register and sign in to the site to buy Adventure Works products. You notice that publicly registered users see the SharePoint ribbon. You need to ensure that the SharePoint ribbon is available only to content authors and administrators. What should you do?

A. Open the current site master page in SharePoint Designer, place the SharePoint:SPSecurityTrimmedControl control around the div tag with the s4-ribbonrow ID. Set the PermissionsString to ManageSubWeb.
B. Open the current site master page in SharePoint Designer, find a div tag with the s4- ribbonrow ID, and then remove all of the contents of the div.
C. Open the current site master page in SharePoint Designer and then place the SharePoint:SPSecurityTrimmedControl control around the div tag with the s4- ribbonrow ID. Set the PermissionsString to AddAndCustomizePages.
D. In the SharePoint project, add an Empty Element and then use the tag to hide the ribbon.

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