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DNN Summit 2020 Contest Winner

We try to have a contest for any event we're involved in. It helps add another level of fun, and in the case of DNN, it helps us to drive some more community engagement. We're here to not only help promote the software that still makes up the core of our business, but also to keep things fun and light-hearted.

Jan 2021 SoFri - The Abundance Principle - DNN Open Help

Need some help with anything related to DNN? Bring your questions (and answers) to this meetup and we'll help each other out! Our community has always thrived on this principle of abundance, giving back, helping others, sharing ideas and code. This is your chance to finally crack that nut you've been trying to crack for so long. Let's have some fun together and build more bridges instead of walls!

Adding Custom Styles to CKEditorProvider

Adding custom styles to, or replacing styles in the CKEditor “Styles” dropdown should be relatively easy. Well at least that is what we thought. Yet, recently Mark Anderson, Jeremey Farrance, Mark Buelsing, and myself had to put our collective heads together to figure out how to do just that. Although it took us the good part of a day, we triumphed and thought we should share the specifics with you. This relatively simple task turned out to be the impetus of this series.

Customizing DNN’s Default HTML Editor Provider - CKEditorProvider

When working with DNN’s default HTML editor, “CKEditorProvider” by DNN Connect, the default settings out of the box leaves much to be desired.  Even worse, If you have ever tried customizing CKEditorProvider‘s settings, you may have noticed that it is not always as straight forward as you would think, or like it to be. In a multi-part series I hope to clear up some of the mystery by showing you how to customize the CKEditorProvider to streamline your (or your clients) html module workflow, and to put the WYS back into WYSIWYG!

Redirect all URLs to the root of your site

Today I got a question by a community member if he could redirect all pages to the "Home" page.
He needs this because he is setting up some "This Website is Offline" pages and would like to present google with a temporary Redirect (307) for all URLs that are not the Home page, instead of a 404 not found, as long as the website is offline.

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