Gofer01
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2014-04-10T19:58:04Z
I jousted installed DNN YAF 2.1.2 Beta about 45 minutes ago. I went to the admin area to look over and change couple of settings. and then I went to the forum and received this error

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When I'm not log in I receive this error

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I can hit the back button to get back to the admin area. I changed all the setting to the original settings, but I still received the same error. Is there any way I can fix this error?
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Zero2Cool
2014-04-10T20:59:42Z
What setting did you alter that triggered the error? Do you have an entry in your eventlog that would assist with the error?
Gofer01
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2014-04-11T16:53:13Z
I was adding HTML 5 Elements like nav, section, aside, header, footer, video. audio, and so on. In the editor tab in the admin area. I selected Tiny MCH(HTML) from the drop down menu as my default editor.

I have no clue where the event logs are located at.

I tried to go back to version 2.1.1 but DNN will not let me. I tried to uninstall the YAF module. But there no option in DNN admin area that's permits removing a all ready installed module.
Michael
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Zero2Cool
2014-04-11T17:02:31Z
YAF

Host > Maintenance > Event Log
Gofer01
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2014-04-11T17:31:37Z
I can't get in the admin area now. Once I closed the browser I can't use the back button. As far as I know. If I want DNN YAF, I have to destroy DNN Web app completely on my I.I.S. 7.5 Web Server and start over.

I'm hosting the site on one of my Desktops now. My website ISP provider jacked up the prices of my web space by 30%. I have 56Mbps down and 12Mbps up. Plenty bandwidth to host my domain on my local network. The only thing I'm loosing is there SMTP mail server. Comcast is blocking port 25 on my I.P. address. Smartertools SmarterMail can only send e-mail to my local network right now.

I hate to start over. It took me many hours to create my own custom DNN skin.
Michael
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Gofer01
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2014-04-11T18:35:33Z
Zero,

I found a way into the admin area of DNN YAF module. Please watch the 4.29 minute video. I'm posting the URL to the video before it fully uploaded to YouTube. So if you can't see the video or it's not 1080p wait about 5 minutes before it's fully rendered on YouTube






http://youtu.be/B5G3rTP4y1E 

Video was removed. The Error been resolved.
Michael
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tha_watcha
2014-04-12T14:55:09Z
The Errors in the YAF event log are not related to main error. To Reveal the source of the Real Error please go to the Dnn Event log. Under DNN Admin -> Event Viewer

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As far as I know. If I want DNN YAF, I have to destroy DNN Web app completely on my I.I.S. 7.5 Web Server and start over.



No you don't have to start all over again.

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I tried to go back to version 2.1.1 but DNN will not let me. I tried to uninstall the YAF module. But there no option in DNN admin area that's permits removing a all ready installed module.



You can do this on the Page Management Tab in the DNN Admin Page, there you can remove the yaf module from the page or the page itself. Then you are able to uninstall both YAF Modules.
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Gofer01
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2014-04-13T03:43:27Z
OK I followed the instructions on deleting the module. I was successful in deleting the module and re-installing YAF 2.1.1 module. So I have a brand new forum minus the categories, forums and all the posts.

tha_watcha and Zero2Cool, thanks, for your support. Both of you guy's are all-some. 🙂 👍 👍
Michael
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