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Wednesday, May 30, 2012 by Cuong Dang

Responsive Design at Charlotte DayOfDNN

Filed under: DotNetNuke, Events

This year DayOfDNN is hosted in Charlotte, NC on June 2. Although the timing of the event isn't perfect for me since I've been on an extended vacation...

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Friday, December 2, 2011 by Ian Robinson

Resource Round Up: Client Side Performance in DotNetNuke 6.1

Filed under: Tips & Tricks, Module Development, DotNetNuke

DotNetNuke 6.1 introduced a new set of functionality for managing client resources (CSS and JavaScript files). Here is a quick round up of resources ...

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Wednesday, October 5, 2011 by Cuong Dang

Build Better Facebook Fan Pages with 520 Grid System

Filed under: Elsewhere, Skinning, DotNetNuke

If you're running an online business I assume you have already designed your fan pages on Facebook. If you haven't I don't think it's too late to jump into the bandwagon and join everyone out there. Many companies like Intel or Nokia have their own design on this social network and it creates quite a nice experience for users instead of staring at the old blue default color of Facebook.

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Friday, July 29, 2011 by Cuong Dang

A Word About Unloading Resources in Core Framework

Filed under: Tips & Tricks, Skinning, DotNetNuke

For those of you who are very tedious about front-end performance of websites, you’re probably already  familiar with a few techniques to minimize loading resources from the core DotNetNuke framework such as CSS and Javascripts. As long as those files are just for presentation and can be addressed in skin.css or skin.js, this approach helps tremendously with site performance and creates a much better experience for site visitors. I consider myself to be pretty detail-oriented when it comes...

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Monday, July 18, 2011 by Cuong Dang

Brief Overview of DotNetNuke 6.0 UI Changes

Filed under: Elsewhere, UI and UX, DotNetNuke

Over the years I have been a strong web standards advocate and implemented most of my projects using its foundations. Since I joined DotNetNuke Corp. in mid-March, I was lucky to be part of the transformation of the administrative user interface (UI) to a modern standard. This effort brings many benefits to the platform for both business and end-users. If you are not familiar with many benefits web standards have to offer, I suggest reading a few helpful posts by the folks at Web Standards Proj...

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Tuesday, March 29, 2011 by Cuong Dang

DotNetNuke 6.0 will Include DDRMenu as Official Navigation Provider

Filed under: Elsewhere, DotNetNuke

Joe Brinkman today announced DotNetNuke has decided to include DDRMenu by Mark Allan as part of 6.0 release. I once blogged about navigation options in DotNetNuke that designers should know. Depending on what type of feature set you’re looking for, the options availble can help accomplishing the design without writing custom provider. DDRMenu provides great flexibility in designing and styling your website navigation through its templating capability. It is more likely this will be the only na...

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