Loading, please wait. From the monthly archives: June 2013We are pleased to present below all posts archived in 'June 2013'. If you still can't find what you are looking for, try using the search box. SEO tips for your DotNetNuke website Wednesday, June 26, 2013 11:53:00 AM By Prasad Maduranga Jun 26 4684 You may be having a daunting task trying to get your DotNetNuke site listed on the first page of search engines. You probably don’t have an idea of how you are going to do this. There are certain SEO tips if followed right will help your website climb steadily up to the top of search engines so as to attract the required traffic that will sell products and services. But first thing you should understand is search engine ranking of your website will not improve overnight. Don’t be cheated with someone claiming to be a Search Engine Optimization Expert that he will get your site ranked first page within a few months. Even if he does so, he/she will have optimized your site using a keyword that is either not significant or doesn’t attract any real traffic that sells your products and services. Let us look at the real SEO tips for getting your site rank top in search engines. Comments (2) More DotNetNuke 6.2 Features Monday, June 17, 2013 04:33:00 PM By Prasad Maduranga Jun 17 3425 DNN 6.2 built on strong web content management system capabilities making it the leader in web content solution in the Microsoft ecosystem. Version 6.2 is the current release that enables businesses to quickly build internal social networks to improve communication, collaboration and employee productivity. Version 6.2 enables you to create external communities that enable site users become advocates. This lowers site support cost and increases revenue opportunities. Let us look at some of the features which make version 6.2 stand out from the rest. Comments (12) More The best way to transfer content over to a DotNetNuke framework Monday, June 10, 2013 03:05:00 PM By Prasad Maduranga Jun 10 5601 DotNetNuke (DNN) content management system enables you to quickly build and edit websites using only your web browser. Its website’s consists of pages and modules. A page is where site content is displayed and is made up of one or more modules. A module depicts functionality to be added on a page. Modules inbuilt in DNN include Text, Table, Events, Picture, and Links among others. Other modules can be found from the community and developer’s web forums, blogs etc. Suppose you have an existing website designed in a different framework of which you want to transfer its content to a DNN framework. How are you going to do it? Let us provide the solution by looking into MSSQL database. It is commonly used to store content in DNN website, so let’s take it as our example. For legacy database, it contains hundreds of tables, procedures, views, etc. so it may not be practical to transfer everything from it into a DNN database (MSSQL). Furthermore, it is not practical to build the DNN database within the legacy database. Comments (3) More Publish Confirmation Are you sure you want to publish this entry?