It's an intriguing thought. Website owners and developers alike spend a great deal of time considering what CMS to use, but that's not the most important part, as I came to realize at this year's CMS Expo.
The 7th annual CMS Expo began this morning at the Hotel Orrington in Evanston, although the fun began last night at our Chicago DotNetNuke User Group meeting, also held here. I'll tell you what happened last night, and what's in store for the Expo.
A client whose site exhibited the symptoms of the Microsoft problem asked why DNN didn't protect her from it. I was able to sing DNN's praises to her ...
I'm presenting along with several other business today. Here are my slides.
Back from an informative DotNetNuke World 2012, TechMan is inspired.
"We're the hit of the conference! Everybody was talking about showing websites on small screens. Miniature is in, man!"
"Right you are, old chum, The world needs small websites." Sprocketeer returned. "And we're just the size, er, guys to do it. Let's get busy! We're going to need to develop a shrink ray..."
TechMan stops our Gallant Gearhead. "Wait a minute. I think we can build them without a shrink ray. Here's how."
There are certainly many cool new modules out there for social interaction. And then there's the tried and true ones. Like Forums, for instance.
Forums let you know via email if a new post has happened. Not yet so with the new 6.2 journal. But the journal has a really simple way to add a photo to a post, and the forum has image manager, very powerful but way overly complicated for a quick forum post. We'd like to change that, with the help of the DNN community.
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