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6/15/2016 4:25 AM

Hello everyone,

I got a weird situation which I can not figure out a way to solve it. I use DNN 7.4 and I just wanted to add a logo to my website. For some reason when I add the logo (with a Host user account) via site settings -> appearance -> logo I see in the source of the page the following HTML code:

<div class="logo">
<a id="dnn_dnnLOGO_hypLogo" title="Website URL" href="url">
<img id="dnn_dnnLOGO_imgLogo" src="/Portals/0/Images/image.jpg" alt="Website logo">

Where the URL points to a place in my website which I hidden due to privacy concerns. But when I login with another user which is a Administrator (not a Host user) I do not see the logo and within the source of my page I see the following HTML:

<div class="logo">
     <a id="dnn_dnnLOGO_hypLogo" title="Website URL" href="url"></a>

This behavior only appears in Firefox and IE. Strangely this does not appear in Chrome. Any ideas what happens?

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6/15/2016 6:00 PM
did you modify permission for the images folder? or are you using multiple languages?

Cheers from Germany,
Sebastian Leupold (Microsoft MVP)

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