Beginning DotNetNuke 4.0 Website Creation in C# 2005 with Visual Web Developer 2005 Express: From Novice to Professional

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Apress, Dec 6, 2006 - Computers - 416 pages

Are you tasked with creating and maintaining a web presence? Do you suspect that there is a better way to manage business internally? Beginning DotNetNuke 4.0 Website Creation in C# 2005 with Visual Web Developer 2005 Express is for you. It leads you through the emerging world of web portals by applying the most user-friendly and current development software, like C# Express and the powerful, flexible DotNetNuke. You will learn to create the professional web presence your company needs.

The book takes you through the steps necessary to get an internal web portal running for employee use. If you have some programming experience and creativity, this book will help you expand your business presence in a short amount of time. It features simple explanations and proof-of-concept examples throughout. The book concludes with the creation of a web portlet that you can plug into an external website for a web presence.

 

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Contents

The Basics
1
CHAPTER
3
CHAPTER
6
CHAPTER
9
CHAPTER
11
The Express and DotNetNuke Combination
23
Installation
35
Basic C
65
Finishing the DotNetNuke Module
229
DNN Permissions and Portals
251
Managing Portals
264
The Look and Feel
271
DNN Hosting
275
Installing a Skin
279
Creating a DNN Skin
293
JavaScript and Ajax
339

Visual Web Developer
99
DotNetNuke Basics
143
Creating a DNN Module
181
Next Steps and Suggestions
363
INDEX
371
Copyright

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About the author (2006)

Nick Symmonds works for the Integrated System Solutions division of Ingersoll-Rand, developing and integrating security software. He started his professional life as an electronics technician. While getting his bachelor's degree in electrical engineering from the University of Hartford, he started to gravitate toward programming. Nick has spent quite a few years programming in assembly, C, C++, and Visual Basic. Recently, he has latched onto .NET like a lamprey and loves digging into the .NET core. Nick has written several articles on programming and has three books out: Internationalization and Localization Using Microsoft .NET (Apress, 2002), GDI+ Programming in C# and VB .NET (Apress, 2002), and Data Entry and Validation with C# and VB .NET Windows Forms (Apress, 2003). He lives with his family in the northwest hills of Connecticut and has recently become addicted to golf and road cycling. He also enjoys woodworking, hiking, and exploring the hills on his motorcycle.

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