Loading, please wait. From the monthly archives: May 2013We are pleased to present below all posts archived in 'May 2013'. If you still can't find what you are looking for, try using the search box. Working with DotNetNuke Content Management System Monday, May 20, 2013 11:21:00 AM By Prasad Maduranga May 20 4331 DotNetNuke (DNN) is an open source, highly efficient content management system most suitable for designing of commercial web sites, extranets and corporate intranets, and online publishing portals. DNN is free to use for any commercial or non-commercial application. The software is built on a robust Microsoft ASP.NET (VB.NET) platform. It is easily installed and hosted to get all the features and tools a web developer needs to design and manage features of websites such as layout, security, content, membership plans, search engine submission, and email client. Comments (2) More Standard DotNetNuke Modules Tuesday, May 14, 2013 06:04:00 PM By Prasad Maduranga May 14 2440 DotNetNuke (DNN) is a powerful, open-source content management system. You will know if DNN is worth your use by understating its set of modules that comes with the package. Let us first know what a module is. In content management systems, there are sets of codes that can seamlessly fit into the overall system to provide a major functionality. As you may know, websites have certain functions which can be found in other websites as well. Such functions include logins, events calendar, contact lists among others. It is modules that enable the setup of these functions in whichever website you might have. Any version of DNN will cannot miss to have certain modules (standard modules). Let us look at the standard modules that are included in a DNN package. Comments (13) More XHTML compliant code for skins and modules in DotNetNuke Monday, May 6, 2013 12:21:00 PM By Prasad Maduranga May 06 7850 XHTML is a markup language used in content management systems and has the same capabilities as HTML but uses stricter syntax. It is the successor to HTML 4. XHTML can be described as a mixture of classic (HTML) and cutting-edge (XML). It looks and works much like HTML but is based on the web’s super markup language (XML). XHTML raises HTML coding to XML standards. Comments (187) More Publish Confirmation Are you sure you want to publish this entry?