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12/24/2013 5:22 AM
 
(using dnn7.2.0) Hey all this may sound stupid and I cant figure it out, at the top of all my pages for the site is the black dnn banner that says edit page how do I take that off so that the general public does not have to see it? it is ok for admins, but I want it gone for the rest of the world to see... Any help would be greatly appreciated.
 
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12/24/2013 7:23 AM
 
that only shows to users with rights to edit the page or to edit one of the modules on the page - if you do not grant these rights then those users will not see it i.e. check you have only granted "view" and not "edit" to groups such as "all users"/"registered users"

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12/24/2013 8:57 AM
 
Changing from Controlbar to Ribbonbar under Host Settings will remove the dnn logo.
 
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12/24/2013 9:11 PM
 
@ cathal connolly I checked the settings for all the pages and they are all set to view only.

@ Robert Fulop That solved part of the problem, it got rid of the black banner and the dnn logo but it is still showing the Mode: Edit drop down list.

If anyone wants to see what I am talking about the website is marltonlakes.

I would appreciate any further ideas from anyone and thank you in advance for any!
 
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12/24/2013 10:10 PM
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It's hard to see but I believe that you do have something on the page which is set to allow anonymous (or all users) edit access - the control panel can detect this. Note: it may be that it is an empty html module or something else. You can see this by logging in as host and going to admin->site settings, clicking advanced settings, then expand usability settings and change the control panel security setting to "page editors" - now when you log out you will no longer see the control panel (except in cases where you have edit permissions at the page level)

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