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How do I get rid of Top and Bottom panels when I've used them before?

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Hi, in zone editor I've used the top panel before, now I'm not using it, I've removed all content from it but I need to put some content in there to save it.


How do I get ocPortal to stop using Top panel?
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You mean the panel_top comcode page for each zone. Unless you want to edit it out of GLOBAL.tpl, you can blank it and add this code before saving; this should satisfy the editor that it's not empty:

Sorry, but I have to include a picture since I cannot use comcode at the moment on this post.

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It still thinks that the top_panel is in use, look at the problem in the attachment, in /site/ there's no problem in the area highlighted.

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This is kind of a bug. It should be possible to fully wipe the comcode page out when editing (should be done with WYSIWYG editor off probably, as WYSIWYG may inject some whitespace).

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