Published on: 28 January, 2018
Sometimes when you create your own DNN Modules, you want to get access to Module settings outside of the PortalModuleBase class. By default, by inheriting the PortalModuleBase you can get the module settings easily by using the following code. Let says you have a setting name called HeaderText.
Published on: 22 June, 2016
When you view a source code of your DNN page, you will notice there is a DNN copyright text has been included by default. In order to turn this option off you will need to login as a host super account.
Published on: 22 May, 2016
If you want to use Gmail SMTP in your DNN website, this can be easily done by specifying the correct port 587 in the SMTP settings. Unfortunately, there is no port number field supplied in the SMTP settings form. So in order to include the port number, you just need to add the smtp.gmail.com:587 in the SMTP settings.
Published on: 21 May, 2016
There are two options to setup the skin template into the DNN website, the first option is to globally set all pages using the default skin template and the second option is to set the skin template manually to each page. Usually when you create skin templates in DNN, there are at least 2 skins will be created. One would be the home page skin and the rest is the generic page skin.
Published on: 19 January, 2016
One of the best feature you can use in ASP.Net is Web API. The framework make it so easy to build HTTP services for browsers, mobile devices or other online applications. It is an ideal choice if you want to build a restful applications.