Entries for May 2007

May 30, 2007

Partial Rendering with DNN Core Modules Revisited (4.5.2 and later)

With the release of DNN 4.5.2 and the associated fixes to the AJAX implementation I thought i would revisit my "Core Modules" and AJAX testing that I had completed after the release of 4.5.0. The good news is that more modules can support AJAX since the issues with the URL Control have been resolved. This article will discusss individual modules and the functionality that is now available with the release of 4.5.2.

May 30, 2007

Integrating Google AdSense with DNN 4.5.2

DotNetNuke 4.5.2 has given us yet another great default function for our websites. Like many individuals I use Google AdSense to provide content based advertising to my users.  Traditionally to integrate Google Adsense you were forced to put a "Text/HTML" module on a page and then add the Javascript to either the source view of the editor, or to the header or footer of the module.  Well in DNN 4.5.2 the core team has added a "Google AdSense" module which makes the integration a breeze!  This article will walk you through the few short steps needed to configure the module and get you started!

May 30, 2007

Upgrading to DotNetNuke 4.5.2 from 4.x

This morning I have started my first tests for upgrading my DNN sites to the newest version of DNN 4.5.2 and the overall upgrade process is exactly th...
May 14, 2007

Creating a Standard DotNetNuke User Via SQL

Due to popular request this article discusses the steps necessary to create a new standard DotNetNuke user account based on the password for an existing user.  This is a follow-up article from my creating a host account via SQL Server that was published about a month ago.

May 13, 2007

Demand for Course Gradebook Module?

As some of you might have noticed I will be teaching my first college course this summer at Des Moines Area Community College here in Iowa.  As p...
May 11, 2007

Drag to Move DNN Module

Today I learned about a DotNetNuke feature that I have neveer noticed in all of my time working with the system.  Many of you are faimiliar with ...
May 10, 2007

Resolving DNN Lock-out Due To Profile Field Definitions

So you modified your user profile fields for your DotNetNuke website and marked a new "Required" field, however you can no longer get into your website.  This has become a very common issue among DNN users and luckly there is a fairly easy way to let yourself back in.  I will discuss in this post the steps needed to modify your profile property declarations to remove a required field so you may login to your site and correct the underlying issue with the property.  Typically this issue is due to either an invalid validation script, a required field that is not displayed, or a list field that doesn't provide valid options.  This article will provide you with the scripts necessary to log back into your site.

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May 07, 2007

Technorati.com Links

I just thought I would let everyone know that I have now offically claimed my blog site on Technorati.com.  I have also added a link at the botto...
May 04, 2007

Upgrading to DotNetNuke 4.5.1 from 4.x

Due to popular demand and numerous requests I have updated my DotNetNuke upgrade guide to ensure I cover all DNN 4.5.1 issues correctly.  Additionally as part of this update I have also included more detailed information regarding the codeSubDirectories and other configuration elements that must not be overlooked when performing the web.config merge.  Click "Read More.." to view the tutorial!

May 03, 2007

View Statistics of your News Article Module Blog

As I see more and more people using the Ventrian News Articles module for their blogs I have to imagine that others are curious as I am as to which blog posts are the most popular, the highest rated, or maybe even the lowest rated.  Yes I understand that I could look through my blog and find this out, but with as many posts as I have I decided to do some research and have made a few helpful queries that will provide this type of information.  This entry will walk you through each of the scripts.

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