Infinite DotNetNuke Skin Sets For One Low Price

H02C0081 Several months ago, I mentioned that I found a product that will allow you to create as many themes as you want for WordPress, Joomla, Drupal, ASP.NET, or regular HTML.

I also mentioned that it did not do DotNetNuke.

Well, now it does.

I think it was shortly after I wrote the original review that Artisteer sent out a survey asking what we liked and what we didn’t like.  I told them it was great, but if they made it work for DotNetNuke it would be awesome.

I must not have been the only one who said this because shortly after I filled out the survey, I got an email asking me to try the beta release that had DNN support.

All they need to do now is update their main home page, but I can assure you, version 2.2 now has support for DNN if you get the “Standard Edition.”

You can download a demo here, which I HIGHLY recommend you do.  You will get the full product features, but everything will be water-marked.  That will be enough for you to see that this works for your purposes prior to purchasing the real version.

Check it Out Here!

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