It is time to review this crazy year that I've had...
The Orlando DotNetNuke Users Group (ODUG) is meeting again next Tuesday. Here are the details.
For many, this is a long time coming. Realistically, it has only been a couple of weeks. Anyhow, there are 3 sets of video ready to be viewed on the ODUG website.
One necessary evil with some websites is to put preventative measures in place to prevent web "bots" from attempting to log in to your website. CAPTCHA attempts to provide a solution to this problem.
The Orlando DotNetNuke® Users Group (ODUG) newsletter was just out to all members.
The core DotNetNuke Blog Module has obviously grown by leaps and bounds. However, there are a few things that I have wanted to change about it. One thing is the social bookmarking badges.
A really great trend that is moving through many modules out there is the use of templates. One of these modules is the DNN core Survey module.
A shiny new toy appears in DotNetNuke version 4.09.01. It is called the "Dashboard", and it is back-ported from version 5.00.00.
Every once in a while, I face an error installing DotNetNuke that completely frustrates me. It is only because it forces me to start over with the installation process.
A long while ago, I created a suggested upgrade path listing to assist folks with upgrading older versions of DNN.