DotNetNuke is an open source platform for building web sites based on Microsoft .NET technology. DotNetNuke is written in VB.NET and distributed under both a Community Edition BSD-style license and a Professional Edition proprietary license. DotNetNuke’s content management system is extensible and customizable through the use of skins, modules, data providers, language packs and templates.
DotNetNuke has its own advantages:
- Easy Access, Any Time, From Anywhere. Because access to the portal is via the web, information on the portal can be obtained at any time, from any location.
- Update the layout and content when you want to or need to have it done
- Reduce costs for site maintenance by doing it yourself
- Share the load – give others authority to edit and update some or all the site
With so many advantages, DotNetNuke is becoming the first choice of CMS application for the ASP.NET developers
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