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DotNetNuke: I can't view my website without the DNN-"View, edit, lqyout" panel on top.

Posted on 2010-08-13
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It seems I've done womething wrong in the configuration of an individual website in my DNN-portal.

When I'm loggen out, and visit my website by it's URL, I still see the editor's panel on top of the webpage. I can expand or minimize it with the arrows on the right, but I can't make it disappear entirely.

I've got another website in the same portal, but there everything works perfectly. I just can't figure out what's the difference in configuration between them.

Any suggestions?
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Maybe you did not set the security settings right for the page, you need to check the page settings if it is visible for all the users.
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