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Adding a page to DotNetNuke

Today we are going to take a look at adding a page to DotNetNuke.  This is a feature that is relatively easy but new users often don’t know how to get started and tend to be confused by all of the options once they finally figure out how to add the page.  So, we’re going to go right down through the options on the screen and explain what each field is for and why you might want to use it.

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Dave Bush is a Full Stack ASP.NET developer. His commitment to quality through test driven development, vast knowledge of C#, HTML, CSS and JavaScript as well as his ability to mentor younger programmers and his passion for Agile/Scrum as defined by the Agile Manifesto and the Scrum Alliance will certainly be an asset to your organization.

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