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2/17/2018 7:43 AM
 

HI, after upgrade my DNN installation to DNN 9.1.1, i cannot reach to add any module to any sites.
I have tried using different skin and also the DNN default skin with no success.
When i click on the "pen" on the left bottom appears a panel with all the module but i cannot drag any of them.

If i write something on the search box the modules are filtered but the "search bar" doesn't arrive to the end.

I have read and use any advice find in others post related to this issue like clear cache browser, restart site, use default skin with no success.

Thanks to all

 
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2/23/2018 12:27 PM
 
Hi

Have you managed to resolve this problem.

I have the same problem trying to add a module to the page.

Nick
 
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2/23/2018 6:04 PM
 
I can't tell if there is a misunderstanding of how this works, so pardon my attempt to explain if you don't need it.

When you click the pencil icon, the page goes into "edit mode" and the black bar appears at the bottom of the screen. There are three icons: add a module, add an existing module, and page settings.

Lets say you click the "add module" icon. Then a window with available modules appears, and you can filter it.

To add the module to the page, click on the module you wish to add. Then, an icon representing the module will appear floating over the page. You can then drag it (using the mouse) to the pane where you want to place it. The pane will highlight, and then the module will load in that location.

Is this what you are doing?



Joe Craig
Patapsco Research Group, Ellicott City, MD
DotNetNuke Development and Services (http://patapscorg.com)
 
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2/23/2018 6:04 PM
 
I can't tell if there is a misunderstanding of how this works, so pardon my attempt to explain if you don't need it.

When you click the pencil icon, the page goes into "edit mode" and the black bar appears at the bottom of the screen. There are three icons: add a module, add an existing module, and page settings.

Lets say you click the "add module" icon. Then a window with available modules appears, and you can filter it.

To add the module to the page, click on the module you wish to add. Then, an icon representing the module will appear floating over the page. You can then drag it (using the mouse) to the pane where you want to place it. The pane will highlight, and then the module will load in that location.

Is this what you are doing?



Joe Craig
Patapsco Research Group, Ellicott City, MD
DotNetNuke Development and Services (http://patapscorg.com)
 
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