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Upgrade error 911 --> 920 code blocks (i.e. ).

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    Hello,

    I upgraded from 9.1.1. to 9.2.0. and get this error
    The Controls collection cannot be modified because the control contains code blocks (i.e. <% ... %>).

    Is this a bug in DNN 9.2.0. or do I have to change the themes and remove all code blocks <% ... %> (actually not an option)
    Is it fixed in version 9.4, 9.5 or 9.6

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      Didn't you modify anything? Because there is something old on https://www.dnnsoftware.c...e/posts/threadpage/3
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        No we didn't change the skin/container it's a DNNGo Theme
        It did run perfect on DNN 9.1.1.
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          In that case, I'd send an email to Linda ([email protected]). Usually answers within a day.
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            Thanks Tycho!

            I did send an email to Linda... I think they are asleep in Wuhan now... just wait...

            But this i quite a breaking change in DNN 9.2... maybe migrate to custom theme is the way to go...


             

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              Posted By Willem on 15 Jul 2020 10:58 AM

              Thanks Tycho!

              I did send an email to Linda... I think they are asleep in Wuhan now... just wait...

              But this i quite a breaking change in DNN 9.2... maybe migrate to custom theme is the way to go...


               

              Normally a skin does not break in 9.2.2 this must be something DNN Go specific. (they hack around in DNN a lot ;-))

               

               

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                There are pros and cons for both approaches. Custom gives you full control. But you're also the one investigating issues, fixing things, inventing wheels etc. If a skin needs a lot of custom work and / or evolves quite a bit, you want control, you want custom. Or if you have speed as a priority. Or if you think it is fun/art, because it is.

                If you have to allocate the budget to functionality or if you don't have the css skills yourselvces, you might consider a commercial skin. Before dismissing this: it does score high on google page speed nowadays, you can adjust the css (there is even a contextual interface for that. No, not portal.css), there is google fonts, there is image compression, a visual content builder, save your own content types, etc etc.
                on https://www.youtube.com/w...h?v=R4BWRAhEMIk&t=2s I did a quick tour. Does not include contextual css editing but that's great too.

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