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2/4/2010 7:53 AM
 

Just found an issue with an upgrade I just completed on one website.

The old version was DNN Ver 05.01.04. The New Version is DNN Ver 05.02.02

All Modules now have the Module Name added as a CSS class at the beginning of each module e.g;

div class="DNN_HTMLContent" id="dnn_ctr431_ModuleContent"

div class="DnnForge - LatestArticlesContent" id="dnn_ctr435_ModuleContent"

Does anybody know where in the core this change was made so that I can comment it out and rebuild so that the CssClass isn't added.

Thanks.

 

I've Updated this below with the answer.

 
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2/4/2010 9:57 PM
 

I found what was causing this. There wasn't any changes to the DNN Core.

I had swapped the SolPartActions menu with the Telerik RADMENUACTIONS in all my Containers.

Seems RadMenu adds in the Name of the Module as a Class on every container in which that module is loaded.

This only occurs with RadMenu.

 
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