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5/4/2013 4:05 AM
 
good morning everyone,

i'm currently going through the "Super User Manual" to figure out how to use DNN.  I am logged in as a "Super User/Super Admin".  I've ran into a couple of questions while reading the "Super User Manual"

1.  I am trying to figure out how to get to the "Login" module's "Settings".  I am on page 198 of the "Super User Manual" and it says that i can get to the "Login" module's "Settings".  I can't seem to find where it is on the site.

2.  When I am not logged in at all, I am a visiter/unauthenticated user.  I am just on the site.  I see that at the top of the page, there are 2 links: "Register" and "Login".  How would i be able to disable both of them through Admin, so that they don't appear on the site whenever any body is just visiting/browsing the site?

thank you very much for your help everyone.

have a great day

 
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5/4/2013 7:12 AM
 
1. it depends, whether you have a login control in your skin or are using Account Login module on a page - settings are only available for the second case, in the first case, those values are provided as properties when incorporating the control in the skin.
2. You may disable Register by switching registration mode in Admin > Site Settings to value "None". To hide Login, you need to remove the control from the skin applied to your site (requires editing skin .aspx file).

Cheers from Germany,
Sebastian Leupold (Microsoft MVP)

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5/4/2013 7:42 AM
 

hi sebastian,

 thank you very much for such a quick response.  very much appreciate it.  i am sorry about this but i forgot to mention, i am currently using the out-of-the-box skin, "Gravity" in the DNN 7.0.5.  This skin came with the DNN.

 on that note,

1.  i assume based on the response that you provided for question 1, the login control is in the "Gravity" skin, is that correct?

2.  i found the setting, thank you very much for pointing me in the right direction for the registration.

thank you very much Sebastian, have a great day.

 
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5/4/2013 8:08 AM
 
1. yes, all default skin include a default "User" control (AKA Skin Object) for login, which turns into user name after login. Do you have a real need to hide it?

Cheers from Germany,
Sebastian Leupold (Microsoft MVP)

dnnWerk - The DotNetNuke Experts   German Spoken DotNetNuke User Group

Speed up your DNN Websites with TurboDNN
 
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5/5/2013 1:21 PM
 

good morning sebastian,

 i'm just going to temporarily hide the login until when i need it later.  so on that note, where are the default skins located in the website installation files?  in the folder structure?  so i downloaded the DNN installation and installed.  i open the website with Visual Studio 2012 to check out the website code.  This is different from the DNN source code.  I am not working off the DNN source code in VS 2012.

Where would i be able to find all the default skins in the folder structure so i could located the user control?

thank you.

 
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