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Adding EasyDNNGallery to the site

Author: James Nagy

Ok, now I've done it. I added the EasyDNNGallery v5.0 module to the site and it has some really cool features. I also had PowerDNN upgrade the site to v7.0.4 and that went smoothly as well.  So it was just some changes the skin (updated to Gravity from DarkKnight), updating both the core and some modules, then adding some new content and features to the site. Now let's talk about this latest version of EasyDNNGallery shall we...

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Thinking responsive when adding content to your DotNetNuke site

Scott Wilkenson's talk at February 5 CADUG meeting

Author: Don Gingold

If you missed Scott's presentation at the February meeting, he has kindly written it up for us on his website. Check it out:

Responsive design has been a big buzzword for the last several months. At this point, there are tons of responsive skins on the DNN Store. But don't fool yourself into thinking that buying a responsive skin is the end of making your site responsive. This article attempts to explain some basic responsive techniques and how to use them in your HTML content. 

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Welcome to the CADUG Blog

Author: James Nagy

New Blog for the Chicago Area DotNetNuke Users Group.

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