Subscribe to our newsletter

  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

3 Ways to Integrate Social Media into Your Website

By | Marketing | One Comment

Social media can be a great way of keeping consumers informed about events, promotions, and news related to your business or your industry, but in order to take full advantage of the access to these consumers offered by social media, providing seamless transitions across each digital platform that you occupy, including your website, is essential. Integrating social media into your…

Read More

When is it time for a website re-design?

By | Design |

Its 2005, and you’ve just wrapped up a sweet website redesign. Business is booming, the flash animations on your homepage are killing it, and you’ve got the freshest design of any of your competitors. As they say, life is good. Now its 2012, and you’re website isn’t what it used to be. Flash is dying, Comic Sans is the laughing…

Read More

DotNetNuke Host Settings

By | Design |

One of the great benefits of DotNetNuke is the ability to run multiple websites using the same DotNetNuke installation and database.  Each website within your DotNetNuke installation is also referred to as a Portal.  DotNetNuke can easily run hundreds of Portals on a single install. After DotNetNuke is first setup, there will be a default Portal which is usually used…

Read More

DotNetNuke Forms and Lists

By | Design |

The Forms and Lists module is a very versatile module that allows you to collect, save, and display data as you see fit. For example, you can create a list of staff, employee contact information, documents, articles, and many other things. You can control exactly what data is collected, and you can even control how it is displayed if you are willing…

Read More

DotNetNuke Working With Pages

By | Design |

Pages are the fundamental building block for the navigation and content on your website. DNN allows you to create as many Pages as you like, and Pages can be organized into Parent/Child relationship (sub-pages) to form the navigation structure of your site. A DNN Page can hold as many Modules as you like, and you can re-arrange the Modules on the page…

Read More

DotNetNuke Working With Modules

By | Design |

Modules are the true functional elements of DotNetNuke. The majority of the items that you and your users will be interacting with are modules. After you have added a page or are on an existing page you will have Pane elements. You can see your Panes by switching your DNN mode in the far upper left from Edit to Layout. You will then be…

Read More

DotNetNuke User Roles and Security

By | Design |

One of the many benefits of DotNetNuke is the ability to easily control which users of the website can see and interact with what content. You can control the security and settings at the Page and Module level. This is useful if you wanted to create sections of your website that are for registered website users, members only, or for employee only…

Read More

DotNetNuke Reports Module

By | Design |

The Reports module provides a way to display the results of a database (SQL) query inside a module on your page.  In order to make good use of this module, you’ll need to be familiar with writing SQL Queries against a SQL Server database.  The results of your query are displayed by using one of the built-in report “visualizers.” At…

Read More

DotNetNuke Rich Text Editor

By | Design |

The Rich Text Editor is used in many of the DotNetNuke Modules and gives you the ability The Rich Text Editor is used in many of the DotNetNuke Modules and gives you the ability to edit text and HTML in a very simple and straightforward manner. The HTML module is the most straightforward example of the Rich Text Editor. Source Option The…

Read More
  • Free Ebook: 5 Common Mistakes to Avoid When Building a Website Download Now ›