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These are super exciting times in the DNN Community and so many great things are going on! One area that is close to my heart and gets my juices flowing is the recent reorganization/formation of the DNN Leadership Team. I'll speak more to that in a bit, but first I want to highlight some of our journey over the past two years...
It’s that time of year again! See how your website compares to the best designed and developed DNN websites in the world.
DNN Awards was created for the DNN community to showcase the best websites each year that are powered by the DNN Platform. We aim to recognize their excellence in user experience and their innovation in applying DNN features and capabilities. This competition offers entrants a fantastic opportunity to showcase their talents among their peers and receive feedback from industry experts.
If you're familiar with the source code of the DNN Platform, you probably agree with me that it is not easy to set up for development purposes. And you'll probably agree with me that it is not entirely clear how to build. Or even what build does. Just so you know: we are working to improve this. If only to make our own lvies easier developing DNN.
A lot has changed in the past 18 months with DNN Platform, and not all of that change has been given the attention that it should. This post is a round-up of major activity out of the Technology Group for the past 18 months and showcases information about the future.
A number of users have reported a "Bug" in the CKEditor implementation for DNN, both in the forums and on GitHub.
When they edit the HTML in source view and switch back to WYSIWYG, some elements, classes and id's are stripped out.
This was not the case in Rad Editor, here's how to "fix" this.
2sxc 10.09 LTS is out. With fresh design, faster UI and RazorBlade 3
RazorBlade 3 is out, and it has a full Html5 Tag API with many smart features like automatic url fixing, AddBase and more.
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Discover the great and awesome of TinyMCE 5 in 2sxc 10!
2sxc 10.06 has a long awaited feature .IsDemoItem (to differentiate if an item is just demo or real content), an inline wysiwyg with various configuration options.
In 2011 I spent a significant amount of time with the DNN Corp Marketing and Sales teams to assist them with their content marketing and sales campaigns. As part of that process I had learned a great deal about how marketing auotmation tools such as Marketo and Salesforce actually functioned from a technical perspective. I had also learned some of the challenges and frustrations of integrating these solutions with DotNetNuke at that time.
I've been using DNN nearly since it launched, which is nearly 17 years ago now. Among my DNN accomplishments is founding the original community-based DNN conference, originally named Day of DotNetNuke and first hosted in Tampa, FL. That was 10 years ago. Things have come full circle now that the DNN Summit conference is going back to Orlando. It's with great pride that I'm announcing we're silver sponsors of DNN Summit 2020.
Sometimes it’s easy to forget some of the simple things when you've been working with something over a long period of time. When this happens, it's easy to overlook how technical, difficult, hidden, or simply not obvious things. You end up in something of an auto-pilot mode. This article helps to outline some of the quick-and-easy things that we often do after first installing DNN.
2sxc 10.05 introduces TinyMCE 5 and RazorBlade 2, and a bunch of enhancements and bugfixes. Here's what you need to know.
The nominations were made; the votes were cast and now we’re ready to share the news! We have a great group of returning DNN MVPs along with some new DNN MVPs that I’d like to introduce you to. I’m excited to share this news and am pleased to welcome both new and returning MVPs to the group.
There are a number of things that change when you progress from developing a module just for yourself to developing modules for a wider audience. DNN has a ton of features to make life easier for you and to protect the user on the other side. This is vital because you have no idea where the module will be installed. Like the version of DNN your module will be running on, other extensions that have been installed or the selected theme. In this post I'll delve into some of the factors influencing the decision which DNN version to target with your extension.
I have said on many an occasion. And I'll readily admit that in part this is just an old coder's frustration with a new technology. One of the many "get off my lawn" moments I've gone through. But like it or not, NuGet is here to stay and in our Microsoft-oriented world it is the standard way to resolve references. Before we had NuGet we'd do this "manually". So before I go any deeper into this, let's first explore what the breadth of the problem is and how we used to do this in the old days. You know, when telephones were still attached to a wall.
Then comes Ukraine, Canada and Russia. And the city that is responsible for most visits is....*drum roll*...Numansdorp...Yeah, google that, my friend.
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