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[solved] can't restore "panel_top" page to default

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I want to restore "panel_top" page to default but ocPortal will not allow it.

Hello ocPortal Community, I'm new to ocPortal and I've run into a small problem.

I've recently added some basic code for Facebook into the "panel_top" page.  However, the results of adding this code I do not like.  So now I want to restore the "panel_top" page to the original which as an empty page with no code.

However, when I load the default restored page and then try to "save" it ocPortal returns the following message:  "Please check back over the form - you did not fill in all fields on the form correctly".

It appears that it will not allow me to save the "panel_top" page with no code (ie. empty page).  Is there anyway around this?

Can someone please point me in the right direction?

Thanks in advance,



Luis


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Ah, we'll fix that. For now, delete the <zone>/pages/comcode_custom/EN/panel_top.txt file.


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Hello Chris!  I shall try that, thank you very much!

Respectfully,

Luis
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