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5/7/2015 9:51 PM
 
I have a DNN 7.4 install with now 3 parent portals. The problem I have is that when logged in as an admin I can see the installed skins for all the other portals. I've never quite got my head around how you hide these so someone administering a portal can't see the other portals skins?

Thanks,
Andrew
 
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5/8/2015 3:10 AM
 
it depends on the Location, where the Skins are installed (this is a very old concept in DNN).
You Need to move the Skin folders to /Portals/[portalID]-System/Skin Folder and re-select in the websites

Cheers from Germany,
Sebastian Leupold (Microsoft MVP)

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5/8/2015 12:36 PM
 
Skins installed via Host>Extensions become host-level skins and are available to ALL portals.

Skins installed via Admin>Extensions are portal-level skins that are only available to the portal they were installed into.

If you have file system access, try out Sebastian's advice above.
 
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5/13/2015 8:02 PM
 
Thanks for the solutions, I copied the folders as Sebastian suggested, for some reason when I install a skin via Admin>Extensions it is still getting marked as a Host skin. Hence my confusion.
 
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