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1/20/2014 5:51 PM
 

Client asked for a couple of pages to be renamed. After I did so dnn:Nav no longer will link to those pages. They show in the menu, and I can access them via the side menu (CISS.SideMenu), they are enabled and included in the menu.

How do I correct this? This is happening on two sites within the same portal DNN v6.2.7

TIA

MartyNZ

 
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1/20/2014 7:08 PM
 
did you restart the application?

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1/20/2014 7:11 PM
 
Yes, Cleared cache, restarted application, recycled application pool, reset IIS. No change
 
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1/20/2014 8:06 PM
 
Just a stupid thought, as I am not great with programing, but I have learned alot of tricks with dnn. What if you opened the page set the settings to do not include in menu then save. clear cash recycle app pool ect. then re open the page and set to include in menu and save, clear clash recycle app pool.... some times this kind of stuff works for me.... also have you cleared the cash on the web browser?
 
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1/20/2014 9:27 PM
 
Thanks but that does not help either.
 
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