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Turning of Side Panels

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#96756 (In Topic #19200)

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What is the best method?

Ok so I have been scrounging around tutorials and such to figure out how to turn off side panels for certain pages. Actually the situation I am looking for is because of the Mantis Tracker pages i wish to display so it may be different for other cases I don't know but I was hoping for some clarification in case there are better methods.

What I have figured would be best for my situation is I make a NEW ZONE for my Feature Request pages and then edit the panels in that zone to be empty. This way the Mantis feature list is shown full width as seen here on Are there alternative methods that people would recommend in this situation or perhaps other situations like where I would put the page in a zone where I do want side panels on some pages but not on others?

I've searched for answers but that is seeming to take much longer than simply asking if anyone has recommendations.
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ocPortal won't reserve space for panels if they are blank. You can therefore put code in there to contextually display the contents, e.g.



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