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12/10/2016 2:15 PM
 

It seems we are no longer allowed to create more than 2 levels of pages in he new DNN 9? What will happen to sites with more than 2 levels of page hierarchy on upgrade? I think it should allow at least 3 levels for compatibility eventhough i understand 2 levels  are better for usability. 

 
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12/11/2016 9:05 AM
 
I am not aware of any general limitation in menu depth in DNN 9, you should still be able to create child pages of any page.

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12/12/2016 4:52 PM
 
Sorry you are right. It wasn't obvious at first. When you add a new page, it shows only the top level and the system asks you to drag it to where you want it to appear but the sub-levels are hidden untill you hover over it and wait a bit.

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