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6/8/2015 3:36 AM
 
Hello
I noticed that I have some issue in some cases when partial rendering is used. For example in login module or when I reset password with token (the page continuosly load).

I would like to temporary disable partial rendering for password reset function, but this feature is served in "default.aspx" page, not in a module.

Can someone describe me how to disable partial rendering for password reset function?

Thanks
eclipse79
 
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6/8/2015 9:04 AM
 
Partial rendering is a feature that is provided by the module controls. You can go to the relevant module(s) in Host :: Extensions and disable partial rendering in the individual control settings.

Happy DNNing!
Michael

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6/10/2015 3:39 AM
 
Michael Tobisch wrote:
Partial rendering is a feature that is provided by the module controls. You can go to the relevant module(s) in Host :: Extensions and disable partial rendering in the individual control settings.



Hello Michael, in fact the first thing I tried was to disable partial rendering in authentication module. But when I try to reset user password using link with token, it uses partial rendering anyway....
 
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