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April 2014
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DotNetNuke Response.End() Doesn’t End

screamOK.  This one is just plain annoying!

For some reason that I’ve yet to be able to track down, Response.End() seems to have no impact at all under DotNetNuke.

I tried various hacks.  Including the one you’ve probably seen already about executing Response.End() twice. … Read the rest

Changing an Existing DNN Module


Got this question this morning from the “Ask A Question” form.

“How do I make a change in an existing DotNetNuke module?  I want to add new fields to the feedback form.”

I’m assuming the question is about making changes to the module without touching the source code.… Read the rest

DotNetNuke 5.x Can’t Move Module On A Page


As I mentioned a couple of days ago, the move to DotNetNuke 5 has brought about a few changes.  Some of them are design decisions that are just frustrating, like not being able to see that a module is viewable by the administrators only.  Others are bugs, like not being able to press the ENTER key while searching for a user, like we discussed a couple of days ago.… Read the rest

DotNetNuke 5.14 Search User Enter Key Issue


I recently upgraded a DotNetNuke installation and found several issues that are either different from the 4.x series or are now broken.

Most annoying is that there is now no longer any visual indication that a module is viewable by the administrator only.  Seems there should at least be a CSS class added to the module so that we can control the visual representation ourselves if we want.… Read the rest

DotNetNuke – Collecting Profile at Registration


Yesterday I was asked a question that I thought was one thing and ended up being another.  But the question I thought it was is one worth answering here because it takes so darn long to find the answer.

How do you get DotNetNuke to collect user profile information while a user is self-registering for access to your portal?… Read the rest