This is awesome input thank you. Please let me know how I can improve the platform to make it more stylish and friendly. Or if you can put down a PR I am sure it would get accepted as long as it doesn't break anything. I don't think much with CSS can break as long as the original classes stay. The login and registration form is something I am trying to understand how to get the popup and page modernized.
Those little hickups in the css like what you pointed out that make it hard to style DNN. Create a PR or I can if you point it out here and find the time to improve upon what is learned along with solutions. No one is going to do it, just who does it will make a huge help towards attracting more users to DNN. It will only get as good as we make it to start for someone to get attracted to the platform. Which in turn creates more potential customers for those who support DNN and customizing it. DNN 10 will be our first real community release in my mind as we are now given an opportunity to show our community support for the DNN community itself.
I am learning my way through the platform and I want to adjust things as I look at each page in the code I look at. CSS is one thing that has been a challenge in DNN. Even with paid support it only gets so far before it gets hard to set things.
I have just put in a PR for additional classes in Login so you can style things. If there is anything that is annoying for making styles please point it out here. DotNetNuke is on a pivot point right now and needs to get put on a correct coarse, and since it is 100% community driven now we as a community can use all the support we can get. It takes time even to get back to this thread I am trying to resolve so many of my own issues with DNN. I am now taking on what I can for CSS as I see the conflicts when trying to style myself. I go nuts because I am a beginner but looking more at the code I can see more clearly what is going on and hopefully I can make some adjustments and submit as PR's to be accepted by the community.
Thanks again for that input that is HUGE for me because again I am fairly fresh with front end modern web designs... I need to catch up to speed here so any help is greatly appreciated.
Also www.dnndocs.com can use some tutorials and gaps filled in as well if anyone can help build that resource to help everyone out.