2sxc is made for web designers - and the new Code-Behind feature will make it much more so.
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Polymorphism is much easier with 2sxc 11 - allowing you to do A/B testing, develop on a live system without breaking the output users see and targeting multiple CSS-Frameworks.
2sxc 11 is out celebrating International Star Wars Day. Highlights are new Admin-UI, Razor Code-Behind, automatic Polymorphism and lots of new Apps. We're super excited - may the force be with you!
Recently there was a question on Facebook about content localization. It's one of those features that work really well as long as you know how :-)
So, here's the run down.
I built a website that is a directory of ukulele related events in the Baltimore area. I used some really cool tools to integrate NA Development's Event Planner & Registration module with 2sxc.
You probably will have seen this coming. It is with great sadness that we have to announce DNN Connect 2020 will be postponed. "First the European Football Championship, now this", I hear you say. Indeed. It's a bitter pill. What would have undoubtedly been the highlight of this DNN year is no longer.
Every now and then, there are questions on how to use the 'Display Module on All Pages' feature of a module. And every time there is someone stating that the feature is buggy. I always wondered why as I never experienced issues. Yes, you need a bit of what is possible and what the parameters are but if you do, I think it's a great feature.
As I started my career in 2000 working for a large non profit organization, I had to deal with a complex organization. Dozens of project teams, focus groups and task forces. And not just within our own organization, also as member of initiatives with other NGO's and the federal government. Our department (Online communication) was not just facilitating the website and CMS but also trying to have 40 editors to comply with our company house style. ... If I only had a CMS like DNN back then...
As I got some people saying 'If I remember correcly, you did a blog once on redirects...where is it?' It still resides on the DNN Corp site but by popular demand, I repost here.
We just updated our popular Bootstrap Instant 4 theme with loads of improvements...
DNN Platform Issue Management - is that really a thing? Well...I am glad you asked. It has been "a thing" but now it is much more "a thing"! Go ahead, click through...you know you want to!
Merry Christmas! Our gift is another LTS (Long-Term-Support) edition of 2sxc 🎄. It has some really neat goodies packed in...
Docs.2sxc.org is here! 330+ pages of Specs, How-Tos and APIs.
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.
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