Artisteer class is applied automatically instead of our custom class

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9/11/2013 2:44:27 AM
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Artisteer class is applied automatically instead of our custom class

Hi all,

I am using 3 custom skin files 
let say 
skin1 (website homepage contains login(our Custom control), signup(our Custom control), html content(Mojo custom), Menubar at the bottom page),
skin2 (User home page after login),
skin3 (User not loggedin pages)

DB is already set in VM 
We published(WebDeploy) the files directly into the VM and ran the Mojoportal setup sucessfully. When we navigate to the home page the skin file gets collapsed and we found that some Artisteer class is applied into it instead of our custom class.

But the other skin looks good only the skin1 seems to be not working.

Steps i tried
1. Applied render artisteer class makes false  in our custom control
<portal:mojoPanel ID="mp1" runat="server" RenderArtisteerBlockContentDivs="false">
2.  In web.config changed the DefaultIntialSkin="Skin1"

Can you please guide us how to remove the artisteer class and apply our custom class. Am I missing something?


Thank,

Rajeswari.

9/11/2013 6:46:41 AM
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Re: Artisteer class is applied automatically instead of our custom class

RenderArtisteerBlockContentDivs is not a property, that stuff is controlled by theme.skin file

Most likely problem is it is failing to load you layout.master file for some reason or it is failing to apply the theme.skin file.

Check the mojoPortal log under Administration > System Log for possible clues to the problem.

You did not mention operating system or .NET version

You published from VS, did you start with actual source code or you re-published our deployment files (which is a bad idea and could be the cause of the problem).

When deploying from source code you compiled I recommend deploy to local file system first and review the files before uploading to a hosted environment.

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