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Creator: host   5/24/2012 11:21:46 AM    Author: Sebastian Leupold   Source: http://www.dotnetnuke.com/Resources/Blogs/EntryId/2913/DotNetNuke-5-Tip-reset-Site-Skin.aspx   Views: 2601    0    0  
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Posted by: Sebastian Leupold
12/7/2010  

There are so many beautiful skins available, a number of them for free and it is always a great feeling, applying a new one to your site. However, it might happen that the page refuses to load - due to specific prerequisites or other skinning issues.

To avoid a damage, I always suggest applying the skin to a test installation only and even here just to a single page, which might easily be fixed or deleted. However, I know, this doesn't sound sportive, and it is much more fun to see your whole production site in a new look. ;)

If you managed to break you site by installing an interfering skin, there are 2 options:

1. if you have file access to the site, go to portals/_default/skins or portals/#/skins (where # is your site id) and delete the skin folder
2. if you have access to the database, delete the default Skin and container from the PortalSettings table:
DELETE FROM PortalSettings WHERE 
SettingName IN ('DefaultAdminContainer', 'DefaultAdminSkin', 'DefaultPortalSkin', 'DefaultPortalContainer') 
AND PortalID = #
(where # is your portalID)

If you altered Default Skin in Host Settings, I suggest using method 1 above.

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