Joe Brinkman and I have begun hosting a monthly show called DNNHangout. In each episode we will talk to you about recent DNN news, events, and anything else that might be useful to the DNN community. We also will be talking to and showcasing a speaker that will present an interesting topic that you can apply on your own DNN site.
Since WillStrohl.com has been up and running, its primary function or purpose has been to host my personal blog about many things, but mostly DotNetNuke. During this time, it has always run on the “core” Blog Module. Say what you want about the core blog module, but it has always been a very functional way to build and maintain a blog presence on DNN. There has always been a way to accomplish anything you wanted using it, whether it was adding other modules to the page, adjusting the design, or simply recompiling the module with any adjustments I’ve needed. I’ve traditionally had time to do this, all with the intention of helping to make the blog module a better module. Though, I recently changed blog modules, and that’s what this article is about.