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Nov 17, 2014

Keeping Your DNN Website Clean - The Web.config

Over time DNN applications can see bloat in the web configuration file from modules that were installed and removed, or from upgrade issues. Ensuring that your configuration file is clean can help with upgrades, performance, and other support activities.

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Aug 01, 2014

DNN Spam Registrations & You

DNN Platform is amazing, however, if you expose public registration you can often get bombarded by spam user registrations which can take away from your day. This post explores options to limit those registrations.

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Jul 06, 2014

Module Performance - Set Yourself Apart

Module developers have many choices as they create their extensions. One of which is around the level of emphasis placed on performance, a few simple things can set your module apart from others with these performance tweaks.

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