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7/28/2015 9:52 AM
 

Hi

In module development I am using this method to load a control from a button on the main view.

 Response.Redirect(Globals.NavigateURL(PortalSettings.ActiveTab.TabID, "BuyMore", "mid=" + ModuleId));

Problem is that this loads the control onto some dynamically generated page (so it seems). I see now DNN allows you at least 

to chose a skin for this page under admin settings.  However, it would be great if we could also chose a page.

This is because I would like to stick some other modules on the same page.

Is this likely to ever become possible?  Or is there some technical reason why not?

And is there any workaround beyond putting the other modules into the skin as skin objects?

Gus

 


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