Entries for June 2007

DotNetNuke 4.5.4 - Coming soon?

29 Jun

I am not sure how many of the DotNetNuke users out there read the monthly newsletter that is sent out, but this morning when the newsletter was sent t...

tags: DNN

Upgrading DNN 3.x to DNN 4.x

28 Jun

Recently I have noticed an increased number of questions regarding the upgrade process from DNN 3.x to DNN 4.x and overall I do not think there is very much good documentation available on how to actually complete the upgrade. Therefore with this article I will walk you through the process of upgrading a 3.x site to 4.x, I will try to cover as many of the "gotchas" as possible, but please remember as with all of my other tutorials PLEASE use these at your own risk!

tags: DNN, Tutorials, .NET 1.1, .NET 2.0

Website Layout Changes

12 Jun

I have just completed a round of CSS changes to help with the loading performance of this site.  If you encounter any strange layout issues pleas...


Moving DNN Sites (Avodiding problems with the repository module)

01 Jun

Many of my regular readers have been using my guides for doing DNN site moves and performing backups and restores from a production environment to another. Overall I have not heard of any issues with the processes I have listed in the past. That was until I actually performed the migration of this site to it's new server the week before Memorial Day. This blog post will cover the issues I encountered while migrating the site to my new hosting provider, these issues were all caused by the Repository module.

tags: DNN, Tutorials

DNN 4.5.3 Released

01 Jun

DotNetNuke released version 4.5.3 on May 31st, which was just a few days after the release of 4.5.2.  The interesting thing with this release is ...

tags: DNN

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