By Darren Neese
An easy, transparent, step-by-tutorial to making DotNetNuke skins to place you in command of the feel and appear of your DotNetNuke site. This e-book is for net designers or builders who are looking to customise DNN websites, to convey a selected feel and appear to them, and create extra appealing person interfaces. This e-book is perfect for rookies to DotNetNuke skinning. it is very important find out about the overall operation of DotNetNuke and still have a few familiarity with developing web content. Familiarity with CSS and uncomplicated ASP.NET will be an advantage.
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4. css file that is in the root of your portal directory mentioned above. Keep in mind that even if the style is defined at one level, it can and is being overridden by another CSS file lower on the list (in the order above). css file which would affect all the portals under that DNN install. css file in the chapter on containers). These styles would override the default styles the host puts in. If the admin of a DotNetNuke site were to go into the site settings and insert some more styles, then our skin's style is overridden.
This is commonly referred to a banner, but don't confuse this with the DNN banner skin object listed next. Banner [BANNER] This is a place holder for advertising banners. Menu [NAV] This is the menu or navigational control of the site. In the past, the tokens [SOLPARTMENU] and [MENU] have been used. Search [SEARCH] This allows users to search the content within your site, or now, with later versions of DNN, the web. Language [LANGUAGE] On a multilingual DNN site, it allows the user to change his/her preferred language.
It gives the blank defined CSS classes for you to modify. If you click on the Restore Default Style Sheet link, it will read in this CSS file again and use its contents to reset this. css into the root of your portal. This is one of the CSS files we saw referenced when we opened View Source. More Style to Cascade DotNetNuke helps you define style at different levels. To accomplish this, it will inject declarations for more CSS files in this order as you saw in the View Source document: 1. css—This file contains some default styles for the control panel, skin objects, and other items.