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10/25/2013 6:55 AM
 

Hi! 
Is it possible to insert a code like this:

<div id="ModulePane" runat="server"></div>

in the View.ascx of a custom module and after that to add content inside it?
I think that is impossible but I am just asking!

Thank you in advance!

 
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10/25/2013 9:04 AM
 
Hi KYRIAKOS,
Yes, you can add code inside <div id="ModulePane" runat="server"></div> in your module.
But as far as Panes are concerned its a part of skin and any way your module will be inside the pane of skin only.
So even if you will add something inside the above div, that div will come inside the Pane div.
Hope I am clear.

Thanks
Avinash Kumar

Mindfire Solutions
 
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10/26/2013 5:10 AM
 
Avinash Kumar wrote:
Hi KYRIAKOS,
Yes, you can add code inside
in your module.
But as far as Panes are concerned its a part of skin and any way your module will be inside the pane of skin only.
So even if you will add something inside the above div, that div will come inside the Pane div.
Hope I am clear.

Thanks
Avinash Kumar

Mindfire Solutions

Thank you for your reply!
Actually what I mean is to create a pane, inside a module and when a user is trying to add a module into the webpage, he can add it in this pane.

I don't know if you can understand what I mean.

Thanks


 
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10/26/2013 9:43 AM
 

That what you mean is not a module it is a Container template.  This is part of skinning, and not of an module.  So this should not done in a module.

You should check the Portals/_default/Conatiner Folder and look how this is handled. 

 
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3/26/2014 5:26 PM
 
I don't think anyone understood what was being initially asked. I'm trying to do this myself, but I don't think it's possible. Will probably just use jquery for it.
 
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