Today we have updated out Tell My Friend Module for DNN. The update is significant for us as it represents an entirely new backend for all our modules. The control of which we have finally got right.
The reality is that for over a year we have been playing with various technologies and trying to work out what would be best for user management UI. We tried Ajax, Silverlight, ripped images with direct .net code, java and we believe we have it right using some jQuery controls.
Check out our update and see what you think. Remember all our DNN modules are free to trial.
DNN Tell My Friend Module
The DNN Tell My Friend (Tell A Friend) is an advanced DotNetNuke module that allows you to easily as a module to one or many pages of your DNN website.
Now with Advanced Jquery code for improved reliability with other Ajax modules and skins!
The custom DotNetNuke Module displays a link as either a URL or image button that when clicked, will open a light box style of effect to allow the browser of your site to tell their friends about your page or site..
This advanced DotNetNuke module is easy to setup and adds a powerful network marketing aspect to your website.
We have released an update of our popular Microsoft Pivot DotNetNuke Module.
Mine your DotNetNuke user accounts to spot trends in your accounts and signup history. Microsoft "Pivot" allows you to organize and display data like never before.
The new technology recently released by Microsoft Labs is allowing the visualization of data that would otherwise be difficult to explore.
Take a look at the Ted Talk Video below to understand this technology, and imagine how you could use it with your DotNetNuke membership data.
There is nothing else that can sort and arrange data like Microsoft Pivot!
This module is exciting as it allows you to easily launch your profile data as a pivot within minutes.
here is nothing else that can sort and arrange data like Microsoft Pivot!
We were inspired by the recent video shown on the ted.com website by Gary Flake.
View the Microsoft Pivot Video First
DotNetNuke File Types
When uploading an mht or mhtml file to Bulk Emailer moduel for DotNetNuke. You receive a message that looks like this:
The File C:\Inetpub\XXXXXXX\httpdocs\Portals\0\filename.mht Is A Restricted File Type. Valid File Types Include ( *. swf, *.jpg, *.jpeg, *.jpe, *.gif, *.bmp, *.png, *.doc, *.docx, *.xls, *.xlsx, *.ppt, *.pptx, *.pdf, *.txt, *.xml, *.xsl, *.xsd, *.css, *.zip, *.template, *.csv, *.htmtemplate ). Please Contact Your Hosting Provider If You Need To Upload A File Type Which Is Not Supported.
1. Login to your DotNetNuke website as a host.
2. Navigate to the HOST / Host Settings page – Other Settings
3. Add ‘,mht,mhtml’ (without the ”) into the Allowable File Extensions.
4. Click Update and you are done.
DotNetNuke only allows certain file types to be uploaded by default. You need to allow DNN to accept the Microsoft MHT or MHTML file type if you plan on using it with Bulk Emailer.
We have uploaded a demo of the module to youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tn_dvFuVZSY
Check out the demo and read more about the DNN module here: http://www.interactivewebs.com/analyticsreport
Today we released an update to our Google Analytics Report Module for DNN. The module is an excellent way to bring your Analytics results directly into your DNN website.
We have an example of the DNN module running on our analytics report site here.
DotNetNuke (DNN) Analytics Report Module
Google Analytics Report Module allows you to display your Google Analytics Graphs in a custom module on your DNN website.
This allows you to use the Google Analytics free service with your client’s websites, and deliver the results directly to the client without them leaving the DNN platform. This effectively replaces the DNN site log data with a neat flash colour graph of the Analytics Report data.
Now you can have advanced analytics data in your site and have it appear to be part of the DotNetNuke Module Platform that you deliver to clients.
This is another Custom Module for DotNetNuke by InteractiveWebs.