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DotNetNuke Hosting - ASPHostPortal.com :: Optimization SEO in DotNetNuke

clock January 5, 2017 04:58 by author Armend

DotNetNuke has many SEO features, but some are less obvious to the casual administrator. These SEO features, however, can have a dramatic effect on how your DNN website is indexed by Google, Bing and others, and as such, can have an effect on your page rank and search results.

 

Here are a few DNN tips and tricks to help in your DNN’s SEO:

1. Site Map Priority

Buried within your page settings is a feature that allows you to set indexing priorities to your DNN pages. To get there (once logged in as an administrator), go to “page settings”, then “advanced settings”, then at the bottom of the window, go to “other settings”.

Here you will find the item: “Site Map Priority”. The default for this is .5. However, if your page is the home page, or perhaps a landing page, you will want to up the number to 1.0, or .9 (1.0 being the highest). This will increase the perceived importance of the page by search engines such as Google. Where is this relevant? When your organization appears in a Google search, high priority pages may be presented as sub-links to the home page more frequently. This can be critical in immediately directing visitors to key pages in an organic search result.

2. Site Settings

Here we’ll talk about one of things NOT to do when it comes to SEO in DotNetNuke. In the “site settings” of DotNetNuke, administrators have the ability to enter descriptions and keywords. By doing that, those items will then be placed in the META tags for EVERY page on the DNN website. For SEO, this is an extreme no-no, as it will confuse the search engines and reduce the relevancy and page rank of your overall DNN website. It may be an easy way to get keywords throughout your site… but it will definitely hurt you in the long run!

3. Page Titles

One of the nice features about DotNetNuke is its ability to add dashes between spaced words in your page title. For example, if you title a page “DNN SEO Tips”, DNN will title the actual URL as “DNN-SEO-Tips”. This ensures that the individual words in the title will be relevant to Google.
Some administrators like to use underscores between words. For example: “DNN_SEO_Tips”. This is strongly discouraged as Google will index the entire string as one item. This means people searching for DNN, or SEO or Tips will not see your site on Google. They would only find you if they specifically put “DNN SEO Tips”. In some cases this may be a good thing, if your content is very niche-oriented. But if you’re looking to gather visitors based on more broad searches, using underscores will hurt you.

4. Robots.txt

OK, this one gets a bit technical for the casual DotNetNuke administrator, but robots.txt is an important factor when comes to SEO, so what we’ll do in this section is give you enough information that you can intelligently go to your IT person or your hosting provider to ask questions.

In short, the robots.txt function (which not accessible via the administration tools in DNN), tells various search engines such as Google what pages to index and what pages they should not. Pretty important! But, if your DNN website is with a host provider and you are operating on a shared instance (one installation of DNN with many portals), you may be operating on one, centralized robots.txt file, which may be configured to tell the robots to ignore all pages on your site!

There is a way to take control and get around this, but it takes someone with access to the server and a bit of IT knowledge. But, don’t let that stop you from finding out if your robots.txt file is configured properly.

  • Ask your IT or host provider:
  • Is your DNN website on a shared instance?
  • Do you have an individual robots.txt file for your specific DNN website?

That’s it a few simple tools and information on how to squeeze more effectiveness with your DotNetNuke’s SEO. Hope useful.

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ASPHostPortal.com Proudly Announces DotNetNuke 7.4.2 Hosting

clock November 3, 2015 21:20 by author Dan

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DotNetNuke is the undisputed leader when it comes to Web Content Management for Microsoft ASP.NET. More than 700,000 production websites worldwide use this path breaking technology to manage their websites. DotNetNuke open source Content Management Platform functions as a web application development framework also. This application offers something for everyone so on the basis of your role in the organization you can utilize its powerful utilities to achieve your web initiatives.

DotNetNuke is a brilliant combination of Content management System (CMS) and Web application development framework. This adaptable architecture allows developers to effortlessly add functionality or make changes in the look of the website through the addition of DotNetNuke applications. There are lots of websites where you can find free applications, you can use or customize these applications according to your need. That is reason DotNetNuke has become the first choice of developers.

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DotNetNuke Hosting - ASPHostPortal.com : How To Enable Google Analytics on a DotNetNuke Website?

clock October 22, 2015 21:25 by author Kenny

How To Enable Google Analytics on a DotNetNuke Website?

Google Analytics is one of those must-have tools when running a website.  The tasks of tracking traffic sources, browser versions, search terms, etc. are all made easy.  The developers of DotNetNuke have also made using Google Analytics on a DotNetNuke website simple.

Installing Google Analytics in DotNetNuke is a fairly common request from many individuals and I know it can be a quite troubling question for most. The primary questions are how and where can I put the javascript code provided by Google. Well you have a few options. First you could put the code directly in the skin for the site, the advantages to that would be that you will automatically have the code on all pages, however, the disadvantage is that you cannot use that skin as is on another portal due to the site specific Google information. I personally go the route of adding a text/html module to my site and set it to show on every page and insert the script in a very specific location which I will discuss below. There are a few drawbacks to this method. First you will not get any statistics information on traffic to "edit pages" where other modules are not displayed and you also will not receive information regarding administration modules. However, in most circumstances this shouldn't be an issue.

The best way to include this information is to include the information in the Module header of the text/html module. This is to prevent the accidental removal of the script code if you happen to click inside the module as an admin to enter in-line edit mode. Below I will walk you through the steps needed to implement Google Analytics using this method. (NOTE: you can extend this for other javascript integrations if needed).

Step By Step

  • Add a new Text/HTML module to a page of your site, you can position it anywhere, but I recommend the bottom of the page as administrative users will still see the module when they are logged in
  • Edit the text of the module to contain no text
  • Enter the module settings from the SolPart Action Menu
  • Expand the "Advanced Settings" section
  • Check the box next to "Display Module On All Pages?"
  • Insert your Javascript code in the "Header" box. This will ensure that the data is always retained
  • Now under "Page Settings" -> "Basic Settings" un-check the following boxes
    • Display Container
    • Allow Print
    • Allow Syndicate
  • Ensure that the "Cache Time" is set to 0 (Caching appeared to cause issues with this implementation in my testing)
  • Click "Update" to save your changes

This should complete the setup. You may now test to ensure everything is functioning correctly. You can log out as an administrator and view your site and no extra content should be displayed however if you look at the generated source you should see your javacript listed. Google Analytics should update within about 15 minutes to show that they are receiving your data.

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DotNetNuke Hosting - ASPHostPortal.com :: Share Your DNN Portal With Cross Portal Sharing

clock October 19, 2015 18:48 by author Dan

DNN cross portal sharing, which means that articles from a portal can be shared or displayed on other portals within the same DNN installation, without having to add the same articles again into your DNN. Articles can be edited only on the portal where they have been added into your DNN module, and they can be displayed on an unlimited number of portals. Article details are opened on the current portal, that is, they do not lead to the portal they have been taken from.

Sharing the articles via cross portal sharing can be set up exclusively by the SuperUser.

To enable sharing articles onto other portals, it is necessary to click on the "Cross portal sharing" icon in the Dashboard of  your DNN.

On "Cross portal sharing" administrator's page, all the portals you have within the same DNN installation will be displayed.

To enable sharing content across portals, click on the radio button "Select portals", which will open the "Select portals" link. By clicking on it, a pop-up will open, allowing you to select which portal or portals you want to share articles with.

After setting up the sharing of content across portals, we click on the button "Save" or "Save & Close".

After successfully setting up the sharing of articles, the receiving portal will feature the option to select a portal where the articles will be displayed in this instance of the module. A portal can only be selected if we use custom settings (instance).

Receiving of data is allowed in all the satellite modules as well (EasyDNNnews Calendar, EasyDNNnews Tags, EasyDNNnews CategoriesMenu, EasyDNNnews Search).

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DotNetNuke Hosting - ASPHostPortal.com : How to Add JavaScript to DNN Page?

clock October 15, 2015 09:51 by author Kenny

How to Add JavaScript to DNN Page?

What is JavaScript?

JavaScript is a programming language used to make web pages interactive. It runs on your visitor's computer and doesn't require constant downloads from your website. JavaScript is often used to create polls and quizzes. JavaScript support is built right into all the major web browsers, including Internet Explorer, Firefox and Safari. Provided that the visitors to your site are using web browsers that support JavaScript (most do) and have JavaScript enabled (it is by default), then your JavaScript will run when they visit the page. JavaScript is an interpreted language, so no special program is required to create usable code. Any plain text editor such as Notepad (one of the Accessories that comes in Windows) is quite satisfactory for being able to write JavaScript. That said, an editor that colorizes the code to make it easier to see what is what makes it easier to find your mistakes.

Step by Step

  1. Navigate to a DNN page where you want to place slideshow
  2. Click on “Edit Page” located at right side of Admin bar and choose “Edit this page”, this will turn page to Edit mode.
  3. Say (you have already setup images) on top of content page, then click Modules menu in Admin bar, then click on “Add new Module”.
  4. Choose HTML Editor Module from the list of modules and drag it below to slide show (location of module not mandatory, but a best practice)
  5. Select settings from “gear” action menu of newly added module and remove value from “Module Title” and uncheck Is Sharable (this will prevent share this content across site) under Advanced Settings then click on “Update”
  6. Select Edit content from “pencil” action menu of new module, this will opens a word like editor.
  7. Choose “Basic Text Box” located in left top corner, this will show plane textbox, type relevant JavaScript code here.
  8. Finally choose “Raw” as Render mode located at bottom of the editor and Click on “Save”. This will attach our Script code with page.

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DotNetNuke Hosting - ASPHostPortal.com :: What's New in DotNetNuke 7.4.2?

clock October 8, 2015 12:19 by author Kenny

What is New in DotNetNuke 7.4.2?

The latest version of DotNetNuke is 7.4.2. This version has been released at October 6th 2015. This release is maintenance release, bug fixes and support for incremental updates.

SECURITY ISSUES

This release resolves the following two security issues:

  • 2015-06 (Low) Potential XSS issue when using tabs dialog
  • 2015-07 (Medium) Users are getting registered even though User Registration is set to None

What started out as a relatively small maintenance release has turned into one of their largest maintenance releases ever. They spent a lot of time working to resolve a number of password management and multi-language issues along with a few performance enhancements. In total, they ran well over 5000 manual and automated tests on this release with a 99% pass rate.

MAJOR HIGHLIGHTS

  • Added upgrade support from beta release
  • Fixed issue with lists in custom registration form
  • Fixed issue with ignore words in Italian and French
  • Fixed issue with site export in multi-language site
  • Fixed issue where parameters in return URL were malformed
  • Fixed issue in sitemap for multi-language site
  • Fixed issue where control panel did not render links correctly in SSL offload environments
  • Fixed issue where pages with future start date were inaccessible
  • Fixed multiple password reset issues
  • Fixed issue where site settings could be duplicated
  • Fixed issue where dismissing all notifications removed messages as well
  • Fixed issue where file link for missing file caused exception
  • Fixed issue where localized portal settings were not getting applied when switching languages
  • Fixed issue where admin was unable to change interface language
  • Fixed issue where page name uniqueness was applied cross language
  • Fixed multiple scheduler issues

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DotNetNuke Hosting - ASPHostPortal.com :: How to Create a Backup of DNN and The Database

clock September 23, 2015 07:51 by author Kenny

How to Create a Backup of DNN and The Database

This topic is very important and requires a bit of planning, especially if you do not have direct access to your database server to perform your own backups. In the following sections I will first talk about what you must backup and why some of those items are very important. I will then discuss how to perform a DNN backup and SQL Server backup.  Finally I will discuss options available for third party modules for performing backups for individuals that do not have direct access to their servers.

What to Backup?

Simply put, it is a best practice to backup your entire DotNetNuke directory on the web server as well as a full backup of the database. Some people will say that you can get by with only backing up the "portals" folder, this is not correct! To successfully restore a DotNetNuke installation you must ensure that you have all module .dll and other code files you also must have the same validation and decryption keys.  I have found that the only real method to keep your data safe is to create a backup with all files.  Given the limited file size of the core DNN installation I have not found this to be a hinderance, especially since the additional files that exist in my website are all related to the content available within and is something I must have a backup.

Performing The Backup

Performing a backup of DotNetNuke is a fairly easy two step process. First I will discuss backing up the DNN installation directory, then I will discuss options available for backing up the database.

Backing up The DotNetNuke Directory

You have two options when backing up the DotNetNuke directory. If you have direct access to the server, you can simply right click on the DotNetNuke directory and select "Send To:" -> "Compressed (Zipped) Folder". This applies for most versions of the windows operating system. You will then have a file named dnn441.zip where dnn441 was your directory name. This zip file will contain all needed backup files, you will want to store this in a safe location.

If you do not have direct access to the server and can only access it via FTP you will have an additional step to obtain a zip file for your site. You will want to connect to your FTP site and COPY all files to a temporary location on your local computer. Once all files have been copied you will want to create a zip file including ALL files and folders that were just downloaded.

NOTE: if using a program such as WinZip for zipping, ensure that the "Use Folder Names" option is enabled so that the folder structure is preserved within your zip archive.

Backing up The DotNetNuke Database

To backup the database you must have access to the database server and the file system of the database server. If you are in a hosted environment you will need to rely on your hosting provider to obtain a backup, or you will need to look into a potential third party solution to backup the database from within DotNetNuke. If you have full access to the server please use one of the below sets of instructions to backup your database..

Backing up a Database with SQL Server and Enterprise Manager

Follow the below steps if you wish to create a databse backup file from Enterprise Manager for SQL Server using Enterprise Manager.

  • Navigate to your specific database in Enterprise Manager
  • Right click on the database and select "All Tasks" -> "Backup Database.."
  • Ensure that "Complete" is selected for the backup type
  • Click the "Add" button in the "Destination" section
  • In this section provide a full file path to the desired backup file, typically named databasename.bak where databasename is your database name
  • Click "Ok" to generate your backup, you will receive a success notice upon completion
  • You will now have a full backup file containing all tables and data for your database.

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DotNetNuke 7.4.1 Hosting - ASPHostPortal.com :: How to Use the Text DotNetNuke Skin Object

clock August 28, 2015 11:54 by author Kenny

How to Use the Text DotNetNuke Skin Object

DotNetNuke is a web content management system based on Microsoft .NET. The DNN Platform Edition is open source. DNN is designed for multi-tenancy and supports an unlimited number of websites, either as root websites or for portals in a parent-child configuration. The platform's skinning feature separates content from design-related files for easier customization. Skins make it simple to maintain a common look and structure across related sites without advanced programming knowledge. DNN's core functionality can be expanded with modules for common elements, such as those for e-commerce. The software enables parent-child website resource sharing and management using specially-formed symbolic links.

How to Use the Text DotNetNuke Skin Object

What is a Skin Object?

First of all, a skin object is an ASP.Net user control that is used in DNN skins to provide a limited feature.  For example, the search box, menu, login link, copyright statement, and more, are all skin objects.  They allow a skin designer to include dynamic content without having to know how to build the content itself, or knowing any programming.

Other than the previous description, this post will assume that you know how to create and package your own skin.

Text Skin Object

The Text skin object itself is a very useful feature in skinning, as it allows you to include localized text, while not having to create a copy of the skin for each language, or using any other number of workarounds.

For example, if you have static text next to your login skin object that says, “Welcome, “ then you might want to have alternatives for another language, if you plan to support it.

I am going to use that example for the rest of this post.

The Code

There is minimal code needed to implement the Text skin object.  If you’re using an HTML skin, then you would simply need to do the following:

<object id="dnnTEXT-Welcome" codetype="dotnetnuke/server" codebase="TEXT">
    <param name="Text" value="Welcome, " />
    <param name="CssClass" value="NormalBold" />
    <param name="ResourceKey" value="Welcome.Text" />
    <param name="ReplaceTokens" value="False" />
</object>

If you are using a ASCX skin, then you would need two updates.  First, put this line of code into the top section of the source:

<%@ Register TagPrefix="dnn" TagName="TEXT" Src="~/Admin/Skins/Text.ascx" %>

Next, put this code into the appropriate spot of the source in the skin:

<dnn:TEXT runat="server" id="dnnTEXT-Welcome" Text="Welcome, "
CssClass="NormalBold" ResourceKey="Welcome.Text" ReplaceTokens="False" />

Resource Files

Next, you need to make sure your skin has resource files.  In your skin package, you should have a folder namedApp_LocalResources.  This folder will contain the necessary files to tell your skin the appropriate text to use for the skin object when the specific language is asked for during page request life cycle.

If your skin file is named index.ascx or index.html, then your default resource file for English would be namedindex.ascx.resx.  If your additional supported language is French, your filename might be index.fr-FR.ascx.resx.

The English file code would be something like this:

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<root>
  <data name="Welcome.Text">
    <value>Welcome, </value>
  </data>
</root>

The respective code for the French language file might look like this:

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<root>
  <data name="Welcome.Text">
    <value>Accueil, </value>
  </data>
</root>

Text Skin Object Properties Explained

There are a few properties that you’ve seen in the previous examples that you might be wondering about.  Here is an explanation of those properties:

  • Runat – (required, ASCX only) The value must be ‘server’ 
  • Id – (required) This is a unique name for the tag, much like in standard HTML 
  • Text – (optional) This value will be used as the default, should an appropriate resources file for the current language not be found 
  • CssClass – (optional) This value is the name of a CSS class that will be available to the rendered HTML page to stylize the text in the web browser 
  • ResourceKey – (required) This value references the id (name) of the text to retrieve from the resources file 
  • ReplaceTokens – (optional) This true/false value will tell DNN to look for system tokens and replace them with the appropriate text


DotNetNuke Hosting - ASPHostPortal.com :: Bug Custom profile properties cannot be selected for custom registration form (DNN 7)

clock January 22, 2015 06:59 by author Dan

DNN 7 permits customization of the enlistment structure through a simple interface, with intellisense. You simply select "Custom" for Registration Form Type in Admin - Site Settings - User Account Settings tab and you can include all the fields you like to your enlistment structure.

Site Settings

Right now of composing, this doesn't appear to function admirably with custom enlistment properties (i.e. fields you have made yourself through the "Profile Settings - Add New Profile Property catch underneath on the same tab). On the off chance that you attempt to sort a custom property's name on the Registration Fields box, it simply won't come up (despite the fact that its been accounted for that properties of datatype "Content" do come up).

With a specific end goal to make these properties accessible to your enrollment structure until a fix is connected to this, you can utilize SSMS (gave that you have entry and experience utilizing it) and do the accompanying:

  • Go to your DNN database

  • Open the "Portalsettings" table for alter and discover the record that has the worth "Registration_registrationfields" in the "Settingname" field

  • You'll see that the "Settingvalue" field is a comma-delimited rundown containing the field monikers of the properties that are to be shown on the custom enlistment structure. Include the nom de plumes you could call your own fields in the rundown.

  • Redesign the table and go to your DNN establishment (as the Host client), and click on Tools - Clear Cache

  • In the event that everything goes well, you'll see that the "Enrollment Fields" box now contains your properties as well, and they will seem regularly on the enlistment structure.

An alternate approach to do this is to utilize the Host - SQL segment on your DNN establishment. To see the current profile properties that are shown on the custom enrollment structure, sort this into the Script box and click "Run Script":

SELECT
SettingValue
FROM  {databaseOwner}{objectQualifier}PortalSettings
WHERE
SettingName = 'Registration_RegistrationFields'

With a specific end goal to include one or more fields toward the end of the rundown, you must run something like this (where "Myfield" is your custom field's assumed name). Keep in mind the comma and utilize no spaces.

UPDATE

{databaseOwner}{objectQualifier}PortalSettings
SET
SettingValue = SettingValue + ',MyField'
WHERE
SettingName = 'Registration_RegistrationFields'

After you run it, go to Tools and click Clear Cache and you will see your fields on the "Enrollment Fields" box in the Admin - Site Settings - User Account Settings tab.

On the off chance that despite everything you require more power and customization with your custom enlistment page, take a gander at the Dynamic Registration module from Datasprings - right now of composing this, form 5.0 has quite recently been discharged for DNN 7.x.

Standard disclaimer: When you do stuff like the above on your database, you do it at your own danger, and I have no obligation if you harm your database, your machine, or the universe. Continuously have a reinforcement helpful!

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DotNetNuke Hosting - ASPHostPortal.com :: Managing 'Couldn't load type "Dotnetnuke.common.global"

clock January 15, 2015 06:50 by author Dan

Introduction

Today we will show you about Managing 'Couldn't load type "Dotnetnuke.common.global".There are a thousand reasons this feared message can show up, yet suppose it is possible that it shows up on a site that you are 100% certain no one has messed with in any capacity other than transferring documents for a long while.

The problem

The error itself is as follows:
Parser Error
Description: An error occurred during the parsing of a resource required to service this request. Please review the following specific parse error details and modify your source file appropriately.
Parser Error Message: Could not load type 'DotNetNuke.Common.Global'.

Source Error:

Line 1:  <%@ Application Inherits="DotNetNuke.Common.Global" Language="VB" %>
Source File: /global.asax    Line: 1

The setting

That was precisely the case I confronted today when a customer called me and reported the lapse. The customer was totally certain that no progressions had been performed other than transferring a few records, both to the application and the server itself (no redesigns, no apppool changes, no iis design changes). Just to be protected, I checked the dates of the records in the container envelope and additionally the date of the global.asax record and all had not been changed amid the recent months.

Conceivable reasons

Seeking the Web, I was panicked to see that there were in any event a couple of dozen conceivable reasons for this lapse. Case in point, there's a multi-page string in the Dotnetnuke discussions dicussing this blunder. Unfortunately, the greater part of the cases respected moves up to the center stage, recompiling or other stuff that had been changed.

So what else could not be right? All things considered, I again found than when something appears incomprehensible, it doesn't generally must be some amazingly confounded specialized issue.

Solution

The customer had admittance to the full site root by means of a FTP client. After attempting to transfer stuff, the customer coincidentally moved the App_data organizer inside an alternate envelope. That was it! I moved the App_data organizer once more to the root and everything was fine once more.

What I realized from this occurrence: Always search for the least difficult conceivable reason for a blunder first. Trust it bails some of you out there.

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