This is the last post in my four-part series on DotNetNuke Widgets. Here’s a review of the other posts in this series: Part 1 – Overview of DotNetNuke Widgets Part 2 – DotNetNuke Widgets reference Part 3 – Insights into how you can develop your own Widgets for DotNetNuke In this post, I’ll walk you Read More
Continuing my series on DotNetNuke Widgets, here is Part 3 where I provide insights into how you can develop your own Widgets for DotNetNuke. If you haven’t already done so, read Part 1 (overview of DotNetNuke Widgets) and Part 2 (DotNetNuke Widgets reference) to better understand the concepts explored in this post. Let’s get started. Read More
This is Part 2 of my four-part series on DotNetNuke Widgets. In Part 1 of the series, I covered some fundamental concepts related to DotNetNuke Widgets. In this post, I will introduce you to a few of the Widgets that are included with the DotNetNuke distribution. Before getting started I’d like to make one observation…these Read More
Some years ago, I had presented a solution for dynamically loading a skin layout based on the user’s browser type. Fast-forward to the present — at the Fall 2009 OpenForce Conference in Amsterdam I had a chance to speak to Armand Datema (@nokiko) on the same topic. The conversation occurred following my session on Advanced Read More
Slide deck from my session on advanced skinning with DotNetNuke at SDN/OpenForce in Fall 2009. Advanced Skinning With DotNetNuke View more presentations from Nik Kalyani.
DotNetNuke has powerful skinning support, but skin designers are often frustrated by their inability to customize various images with static links in the portal. In this post, I’ll suggest a technique and some code to enable skinning of such images. Let’s first understand the problem. Say you have a DNN site and you have created Read More