Where to change the container of the 'login', 'term of use' module etc

Hi,

I would like to know where can change the container of those build in module?
ie login, term of use, privacy statement, etc.

Thanks/Davis.
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ywkyee
10/20/2005 4:20:52 AM
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Hello,

If you log in as Admin or Host:

1) Go to Admin menu / Site Settings
2) Under Appearance you have the option to set the Portal Container and Admin Container
3) Admin Container affects the Terms of Use & Privacy, as well as all of the admin containers
4) Portal Container affects the Login and all of the default containers for the modules / pages on your site
5) Click on Update
6) Navigate to a new page to see the changes

If you wish to use a different container for your login page, you can create your own login page using the account login module & set the colour of the container from the module settings - then in Admin / Site settings / Advanced Settings / Page Management - under Login page - you can select the new login page that you have created. - NOTE: Be careful when you are doing this, some users have accidentally selected the wrong page and then have been unable to log back in.

Hope this helps, Lee

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dnncreative
10/20/2005 8:08:17 AM

Hi,

Thank you very much, that is very informative.

So what about if use different container for term of use & privacy statement module, there is no way to do it rite?

Thanks/Davis.

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ywkyee
10/20/2005 3:46:11 PM

A better way in my opinion is to not use the Terms and Privacy controls in your skin at all.  Then just create two normal pages called 'Terms' and 'Privacy'.  Now you can use whatever container skins you want.  You can also have whatever text/images you want as well obviously.

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Lennon
10/20/2005 4:59:04 PM
Yes, if you are just using the standard Terms & Privacy controls
then you can't have a separate container type for each one, the other
option is to follow the method that Lennon says.

Lee Sykes | DNN Creative Magazine for DotNetNuke - www.dnncreative.com
Reviews, Tutorials, Interviews - 134 DotNetNuke videos. July Issue 11 out now!
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dnncreative
10/20/2005 5:39:53 PM
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