DotNetNuke Tips & Tricks

Sunday, October 26, 2008 by Cuong Dang

OpenForce Las Vegas and My Sessions

Filed under: Elsewhere

As the day of OpenForce event getting close, you probably have heard many people talking about the event from e-mail, blogs, user group meetings and so on. I have decided to join this flow of information to offer some content about my sessions in detail of what they're all about. As I mentioned in my blog a few weeks back, this year at OpenForce, I will present two sessions targeting both developers and designers with the following topics: DotNetNuke and Web Standards This session is not just...

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Sunday, October 26, 2008 by Cuong Dang

Adding Custom HTML tag on Page Name?

Filed under: Tips & Tricks

Last week I did some DotNetNuke skinning training courses for a few clients from out of town here in our St. Louis facility. It was interesting to see many scenarios that made you scratch your head and say… I don’t know it allows you to do that. One particular situation that my client has is that she has an external employee time tracking system that requires them to enter their billable time. Because they don’t use it that frequently, she likes to put it on the top navigation so everybody can ...

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Saturday, October 18, 2008 by Ian Robinson

Microsoft just installed my DotNetNuke!!

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I've installed a lot of DNN sites in the last couple of years, but this task just got even easier! http://www.microsoft.com/web/channel/products/WebApplicationInstaller.aspx The Web Application Installer Beta is designed to help get you up and running with the most widely used Web Applications freely available for your Windows Server. Web AI provides support for popular ASP.Net and PHP Web applications including Graffiti, DotNetNuke, WordPress, Drupal, OSCommerce and more. With just a few si...

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Thursday, October 16, 2008 by Ian Robinson

Creating DotNetNuke Modules using a Web Application Project (WAP)

Filed under: Module Development

When creating a DNN module, you have the option to choose from the web site project (WSP), or a web application project (WAP). I prefer the web application project approach, and I'll explain it for developers who are new to module development, or unfamiliar with the WAP approach for developing modules. There are two major reasons why I feel WAP is generally better than WSP for DNN module development. 1. Conciseness - the project contains only your module's code, nothing more. Separating your m...

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Tuesday, October 14, 2008 by Ian Robinson

DotNetNuke Skinning Approaches

Filed under: Tips & Tricks, Skinning

With the new skinning changes in DotNetNuke, it may be helpful to give an overview of available approaches to skin developers. Each of these approaches attempts to answer the question "How do I embed and customize all that great functionality that DNN provides in my skin?" In other words, given that we have a pre-set base of options for functionality (core skin objects), and each of those options exposes certain customization points (skin object properties) that I'd like to set…how the heck do ...

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Wednesday, September 24, 2008 by Cuong Dang

Free XHTML/CSS Templates for DotNetNuke Skins

Filed under: Elsewhere

Are you ready for DotNetNuke 5.0 with XHTML/CSS compliant? I don’t know about you but I have been ready. Below is the list of many web sites that provide free XHTML/CSS templates that you can download and convert into DotNetNuke skin. Many of them have good designs and I think it’s a good practice to get your skinning skills ready for DotNetNuke 5.0. Also, you’ll be exposed to many web designer experts layout approaches. I always enjoy seeing other people’s work through their codes to improve m...

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