If you've worked with DotNetNuke for any length of time, I'm sure you're familiar with the very handy option of being able to display a module on every page of your website. This feature works great for...
I've been using DotNetNuke for about five years now and am very impressed with the overall quality of the product. There have been a number of changes made to the software during that time and some of these changes have introduced major improvements to the usability and functionality of DotNetNuke. However, there is one particular area that I feel could use a little extra attention and that is the DotNetNuke Recycle Bin.
Thank you to all who participated in the DotNetNuke case study presented this past Monday at the St. Louis DotNetNuke User Group meeting.
For the past two or three months, I have had the distinct privilege of working in depth with the DotNetNuke Professional edition. Most notably with the extended permissions and advanced work flow options. The combination of these two very powerful pieces of functionality gives the end user almost limitless options in how he or she wishes to configure his or her website.
If you're an HTML purist and would like the DotNetNuke Rad Editor to use paragraph tags
instead of the default break tag every time you hit the Enter key on your keyboard then following these simple steps:
If you've used DotNetNuke for any length of time, I'm sure you've discovered the quick edit pencil icon and the Modules Action drop down menu as ways to edit your content. I'm also sure that you've noticed these two features "fight" for the same space on the page, which can become somewhat annoying.