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11/30/2016 7:33 AM
 

Hi,
I'm having an DNN 8.0.2. site and using Creator Skins. I have on the left the Journal module and on the right side a Action Form module. In the Layout mode they are on the same level and after the page is created they appear so in the real life too. After a while something weird happens though - the Action form module pops AFTER the Journal module. What ever module I put to the right side panes they all appear at the bottom. What is going on here?

Please help!

 
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12/1/2016 6:27 PM
 
most likely, it is a css issue, either introduces by skin/container or one of the modules.
I suggest using developer tools of your browser, to analyse.

Cheers from Germany,
Sebastian Leupold (Microsoft MVP)

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