Entries for 'Scott McCulloch'
NukeNotes is a great example of Property Agent in action.
The site features:-
Featured and Property Types on the main page.
The featured area has been cusotmised.
Property Types renamed to Website Categories.
One of the tools that I am using to refactor some of the module code when moving from VS 2003 to VS 2005 (DNN 3.x/4.x to 4.5.5+) is a tool called Simian.
It is primarily a refactoring tool that does similarity analysis on your code looking for dupli...
On wednesday night, my wife gave birth to our first child, Benjamin! He was 8 pound 5 ounces, 51cm's long and perfect.
Everyone is doing great! Looks like another .NET programmer has entered the world :)
One of our subscribers, maiersoft, has written an excellant article describing how to rotate news articles using the latest articles module. Nice Job!
The original question posted in the forums was how to display free form layout. You can display fr...
There have been some great RSS enhancements in the latest version of Simple Gallery (02.02.00+). You can view all of the enhancements live on the demonstration page.
Activate the IE7 RSS toolbar
The first enhancement is the highlighting of the IE...
A common question about Ventrian modules is how to customize various labels within modules.
For example, let's say we wanted to customize "Make a Suggestion" in the feedback centre.
1.) First, login as a super user (host) account.
Earlier in the week I posted a blog entry about upcoming features for simple gallery.
Well, here is a forum post with some nice pictures and an explanation on the new uploader.
Over the past few days, I've spent a great deal of time refactoring the code within Simple Gallery. It is now much simpler to maintain and enhance.
Some of the enhancements include:-
A new "tagging" engine
Have you heard about Open Force '07? A conference totally devoted to DotNetNuke!
I'm still debating on whether or not to make the trip, is anyone from this site making the trip?
Yesterday I asked what Silverlight Controls will be available (as compared to the component arts controls).
Well, while browsing blogs.msdn.com, I found the answer. Looks like a good start - I'd be interested in seeing some sample apps in practice.