DotNetNuke. It was born from an application called IBuySpy. This application, developed for Microsoft by Scott Stanfield and its partners Vertigo Software, intended to show things that could be achieved with .NET.
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It was supposed to be an application for developers will use and learn the entorno.NET. This basic manual is intended for users who start editing pages through the DotNetNuke content management. It is not technical, but quite the opposite, to start manage in the labor and facilitate their learning.
DotNetNuke is a very powerful tool, but in turn very easy to use by people with no knowledge in creating web pages. Therefore, in this manual, just take a trip through the basic instructions. We can begin to create pages and content very easily put.
The content is performed using DotNetNuke modules. The modules are used to create blocks in the portal. A module is a self-contained program that can run in the environment. Each module is aimed at a particular task. In early versions DotNetNuke came with a series of standard modules. Later it was decided to remove these modules core architecture and integrated as subprojects.
Among the standard modules can include: Account Login Module: Enables users to enter the portal; Banner Module; Announcements Module: Allows you to create ads with a brief description; Contacts Module: Displays information of groups of people; Documents Module: generates a list of documents linked to it; Events Module: Displays the possible events in calendar format; FAQs Module: Allows you to generate a list of frequently asked questions; Text / HTML Module: Allows input simple text or HTML format; and XML / XSL module Module: Displays the results in XML format.
We hope you find it useful.