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I lost my left and right panels on my opening page and I have no idea how to fix it.


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I could really use some help, when you click site they reappeaar but the site still doesn't work properly.
I beleive the change happened and I clicked the mod_checkwrite or something like that would right shorter htmls. I unchecked that but it did not do much for me.

Any help would be greatly appreciated thanks.
 
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 Hmm, I'm reposting because the original didn't post right.

I lost my left and right panels on my opening page and I have no idea how to fix it.  I could really use some help, when you click site they reappeaar but the site still doesn't work properly. I beleive the change happened and I clicked the mod_checkwrite or something like that would right shorter htmls. I unchecked that but it did not do much for me. Any help would be greatly appreciated thanks.

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Hmm, I'm reposting because the original didn't post right.

I lost my left and right panels on my opening page and I have no idea how to fix it.  I could really use some help, when you click site they reappeaar but the site still doesn't work properly. I beleive the change happened and I clicked the mod_checkwrite or something like that would right shorter htmls. I unchecked that but it did not do much for me. Any help would be greatly appreciated thanks.

http://www.pvforensics.com

 
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Hi,

I think you probably edited the root zone to be 'wide'. If you go to the 'Structure' section of the Admin Zone, then the zones icon, then edit, then choose root (or possibly it is called 'welcome'), and then edit that so it is no longer wide.


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Thank you so much that fixed it.
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