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DotNetNuke Hosting - :: 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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DotnetNuke Hosting - :: How To Setting DNN Environment

clock October 20, 2016 11:59 by author Armend

To develop modules for DotNetNuke you must first have a DotNetNuke installation running on the computer on which you intend to develop them. Setting up your development environment can vary based on what your end goal is. If you are doing module development for your own use, and within your own DNN environments, you can ignore a few of the settings below. If you are doing module development with the idea that you might turn around and give the modules away, or sell them, then you will likely want to follow the guidelines set forth below to support the widest array of DNN installation environments.

I recommend that each developer have their own local development environment, with a local IIS website running DotNetNuke, and a SQL Server 2008/2012 (not express, though you can use it) database for the website. Having an individual development environment makes group module development far easier than if you share environments/databases.

The steps for setting up your development environment will apply to both the Community and Professional editions of DotNetNuke.

Installation Configuration

Once you have the version selection out of the way you can go through the installation process. While I’m not going to walk you through the minutest of details of each step of installing DotNetNuke in this post, I will at least try to point you in the right direction for each step. Download the INSTALL package of the version of DotNetNuke you want to use in your development environment. Extract the files in the INSTALL package to a location of your choosing, this location is where you will point IIS (the web server) when we can configure the website. In my environment I typically use c:\web\\ (One item of note: you may need to right click on the ZIP file and choose Properties before extracting, on the properties window if you have an UNBLOCK option, click that. Some versions of Windows have started blocking files within the DotNetNuke ZIP files, which will cause you problems later during the actual install.)

Setup IIS

IIS is the web server that comes with Windows computers. DNN 7 requires IIS 7 or later (7,7.5,8.0), so you will need at least Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, or Windows Server 2008 R2, Windows Server 2012. In IIS you should create a new website (Note: If you use an existing website in IIS be sure to add the HOST binding for DNNME.COM), and point to the folder where you extracted the INSTALL package.

Note: With DotNetNuke 7.0+, .NET Framework 4.0 is required, so be sure that your application pool is configured to run under 4.0, and not 2.0.
Set File Permissions

Setting up the file permissions for your DNN install is often the step that causes the most trouble. You should right click on the FOLDER in which you extracted DNN (c:\web\\) and choose properties. Choose the Security tab. You need to add permissions for the account in which your website's application pool is running under. You will want to setup the permissions to give the account Full or Modify permissions for the DNNME.COM folder. Which account you will use will vary based on your version of IIS, here’s a simple list of some of the default accounts based on the version of IIS.

  • IIS Version Operating System Account
  • IIS 7 Windows Vista, Windows Server 2008 localmachine\Network Service
  • IIS 7.5 Windows 2008 R2, Windows 7 IIS AppPool\APPPOOLNAME
  • IIS 8 Windows 2012, Windows 8 IIS AppPool\APPPOOLNAME

Note: If you are using IIS7.5/8.0 you’ll notice in the above table that we have APPPOOLNAME in the identity, this is because when you setup a new website in IIS a new application pool is created. In place of you should type in the name of the application pool that was created. You can also bypass this and configure your application pool to use the Network Service account instead of a dynamic account if you would like.

Database Configuration

In SQL Server you should go through and create a new database. I always create a database with the same name as the website, so in this case DNNME.COM. Once you have created the database, create a user that can access that database. I always use SQL authentication, turn off the enforce password requirements, and give the user DB Owner and Public access to the DNNME.COM database. Remember the username and password you create here as you will need them when you walk through the Installation screen for DotNetNuke.

DotNetNuke Installation Screen

Populate the installation screen with the standard DNN information, Host username, password, etc. For the Database option, choose Custom and configure your database connection, providing the Server IP/Name, the Database name ( For the database authentication you'll want to choose the option that allows you to enter the username/password for the database user that you created previously.
Now there are two additional options you can configure, normally I would tell you not to modify these, but from a development environment perspective I do recommend that you change the objectQualifier setting. It should be blank by default, you should type in “dnn” (without quotes), this will prepend “dnn_” to all of the objects that get created by DNN such as Tables and Stored Procedures. This is not something I recommend from a production stand point, but if you are developing modules for sale, then supporting objectQualifier in your development is recommended. It will save you time down the road if you have a customer who has an objectQualifier defined on their production databases.

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DotNetNUke - ::How To Reset the Passwords for All Users in a DNN Site

clock June 30, 2016 20:01 by author Armend

How To Reset the Passwords for All Users in a DNN Site

Now, before I go any further, it would be an absolute best practice to have and you’d be irresponsible if you didn’t have a formal policy to protect yourself and the clients you’re providing services to.  Have a clear understanding of how you accept sites, how you maintain them, and when you destroy your copies of them.  If you’re in support, I’d suggest destroying your backups as soon as your client confirms that their issue is solved.  The rule of thumb here, don’t keep copies.  Destroy them at your earliest convenience.  That being said, I am not a lawyer either, so you’ll want to review your policies and the laws in your region.

Resetting the Passwords for All Users

The context of this DNN tip is to allow you access to literally impersonate the users on a DNN site.  If the number of users is low, I’d suggest leaving this article now to use my DNN Demo Skin Objects.  Seriously, they’re pretty cool.  You should check them out.
Ideally, it would be convenient if you knew all of the passwords of the users on the site, but we won’t and we shouldn’t.  Instead, we’ll change every password for every user to “password” using the ASPX file below.  All you have to do is create an ASPX file in the root of the site, paste this code into it, and then view it in a web browser of your choice.  From there, it’s a single click to reset all of the passwords to “password.”

WARNING!!!  Never do this on a production site for any reason or put this file on a production server, anywhere.  Also, it should only be used for LEGAL and ETHICAL purposes.
The code below does the meat of the work for you, but you can just download the file by clicking the button below and save yourself some time.  

private int PortalId
            return PortalController.GetCurrentPortalSettings().PortalId;
    protected void ProcessUsers(object sender, EventArgs e)
        catch (Exception ex)
            Exceptions.ProcessModuleLoadException(this, ex, true);
    private void IterateThroughUsers()
        var sb = new StringBuilder();
        var totalRecords = 0;
Updating Superusers
        var superUsers = UserController.GetUsers(false, true, Null.NullInteger);
        UpdateUserInfo(superUsers, ref sb);
Updating Normal Users
        var normalUsers = UserController.GetUsers(PortalId, -1, -1, ref totalRecords, true, false);
        UpdateUserInfo(normalUsers, ref sb);
        plcUserLog.Controls.Add(new LiteralControl(sb.ToString()));
    private void UpdateUserInfo(ArrayList users, ref StringBuilder sb)
        foreach (var user in users)
            // convert the user object to UserInfo
            var oUser = (UserInfo)user;

            // update the password
            // REQUIRES: Change the enablePasswordRetrieval attribute to True in the web.config
            // for newer versions of DNN, use this:
            //MembershipProvider.Instance().ResetAndChangePassword(oUser, "password");
            var success = DotNetNuke.Security.Membership.MembershipProvider.Instance().ChangePassword(oUser, string.Empty, "password");
                    ? "
{0} {1} ({2}) updated with a new password.
                    : "
{0} {1} ({2}) NOT UPDATED!
", oUser.FirstName, oUser.LastName,
            // save the user
            UserController.UpdateUser(PortalId, oUser, false);

I hope this article helpful for you, happy Coding :)

DotNetNuke - :: Tips Securing Your DNN Website

clock May 12, 2016 21:43 by author Armend

Tips Securing Your DNN Website

DNN is the most powerful CMS software that's loved by millions of users and communities. The DNN local communities exist in most countries with different languages support. There're many people living by dnn development on modules and skins. It's also very good learning platform for .net programmers. Because of it's leadership in, it's crucial to understand some security tactics in using this software. We have been worked with DNN since 3.2 and supported lots of dnn clients on live hosting service. Following DNN security tips are generated from our daily experience and professional suggestions in DNN community.


Secure installation

Security is started before your initial dnn installation. As suggested by this article, DNN keeps user password via encrypted format and we can improve it using hash. But we must edit configuration file before installation. Also, unless you have a blade fast hosting server, we highly suggest install locally first then move to hosting space. From our experience, dnn installation wizard can fail easily. In case you get unsuccessful installation, the wizard can be restarted when people browse to your domain.

Admin/Host credentials

By default, DNN provides two user accounts admin/host. Actually we can change the two user id to anything else and apply enhanced password policies. DNN can be auto installed by various installers nowadays but we highly recommend to install manually so you can understand the entire process and secure the installation as much as possible.

Use Captcha

Captcha is great feature to reduce spam registration and submission on your DNN site. Captcha is a built in feature and it can be enabled via admin user login. In case you run into problems to enable this feature, this article should help fix it. There're also multiple official articles on how to customize the captcha image, just make a bit research and you'll be surprised how fantastic it is.

Set proper file permission

DNN is programmed on platform that highly rely on "networkservice" this user account to work with. We must grant "RWXD" permissions to this user to ensure everything can work fine. However, we should restrict other user accounts permission correctly or else it will bring big security issue. We highly recommend to follow this official tutorial to configure the right file permissions.

Do not use sql express

SQL express is the free edition of sql server service. We don't recommend use it for your live website. Not just for performance but also refers to daily maintenance. Since both website files and database are located on the same server, any misconfiguration might bring big security issues. For enterprise website purpose, full version sql server is a must because it's configured on dedicated sql server environment. As we know, the less service on server, the more secure it is.

Use reliable module/skin resource

Because lots of developers live by module/skin development, there're many dnn resources we can get. However, we must find a reliable provider because each developer has different programming skills. The script design decides its overall secure level directly so we must pay good attention to it. DNN now provides official store for commercial skins/modules. All of their products are verified by DNN official team for guaranteed performance and security. If you need commercial solutions, their official store should be primary consideration.

Check DNN Logs

You don't have to login hosting server for website logs. DNN has built in log system to record all server end and onsite activities. You can view how your website be accessed and which user logged in at what time. Check those logs often and find if there's anything inormal so you can apply necessary changes in time.

Use a reliable DNN hosting

Probably the most important part. Hosting server is the destination of all your datas so it's quite important to get a right provider in the beginning. No matter how much time it may take, we don't need to quarrel with customer support at a bad hosting service. The best dnn hosting service must be setup on latest windows server system and up to date hardware production. Network must be safe and clean with good protection over common attacks.
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DotNetNuke - :: How to Activate Google Analytics on Your DNN Site

clock April 19, 2016 00:07 by author Armend

How to Activate Google Analytics on Your DNN Site

You can't go wrong using Google Analytics (GA) to track the performance of your site. It has awesome reporting capabilities and you can't beat the price; it's free! And out-of-the-box DNN is fully integrated with Google Analytics. Just follow these instructions and you'll be running Google Analytics in a matter of minutes.

To Activate Google Analytics on your Site

  • Get your Google Analytics Account Number : Your first step is register you complimentary Google Analytics account. These is no charge for this GA account, and it takes just a couple of minutes to get your account number. Visit to activate your Google Analtics account; and click the Access Google Analytics button and follow the on-screen instructions. When you have your GA account number you are ready to go to Step 2 below.
  • 2 Install your Tracking Code : Google Analytics tracks your site activity through the use of a javascript snippet that contains your GA account number (also known as your tracking ID). This javascript tracking code must appear in the <head> section of every page you want to have tracked.

Good news—DNN automates this for you. All you have to do is add your GA account number to a field on your site and DNN takes care of the rest. Here's what you do:

  • Login to your DNN site using an Administrator account.
  • Go to the Admin | Google Analytics page. You will see a field where you enter your GA account number:
  • Paste your GA account number into this field and click Update.

That's it! Google Analytics will now start tracking your site.

Verify your Setup

It can take up to 24 hours for data to appear in your Google Analytics account after you've installed your tracking code. But in the meantime, you should take a minute to confirm that your tracking is setup correctly. You can confirm your tracking using any of the following options:

  • View Page Source Code : Take a quick look at the source of a page on your site to make sure your Google Analytics javascript is there. As long as you see javascript code similar to the following (with your own tracking ID value) of course, your setup is correct:

  • Check your Google Analytics Dashboard : Login to your Google Analytics account (  and click the Admin link. You should see a status of 'Waiting for Data.' This indicates that your code is correctly installed, but no data has been collected yet. If you return in roughly 24 hours you should see this status change to 'Tracking Installed' and you are good t


DotNetNuke 8 - :: Tips Editing For Your DNN Website

clock March 3, 2016 20:31 by author Armend

Editing your own website can feel daunting, especially if it's not something you do every day. But it doesn't have to be! The following tips will help you with five of the most common tasks you'll perform on your DNN website.

1)Decrease Your File Upload Time

Save time - upload more than one file at a time! First, compress all the files you want to upload into a .zip file.  Then go to File Manager and select Upload A File.  Choose the zip file on your computer, then select which folder you want to upload it to. Be sure to check "decompress zip file." Now press the Upload File button.  This will move the single compressed file to the target location on the server, and decompress it.  So you just uploaded all of the files in the compressed folder with one upload.  If you are really watching your file quota, you may want to go back into the file manager and remove the zip file.  One downside of this little trick, it leaves the compressed file on the server after it is done.

2) Changing Your Workflow: Publish Content Before It's Visible

The more recent versions of DNN support this feature.  To turn this on, go to any HTML module settings.  Under HTML Settings, you'll find Work Flow. The default is Direct Publish while the other option is Content Staging.  If you choose Content Staging, the content will need to be published before it is made live on the site.  If you leave it as Direct Publish, the changes will go live as soon as you press save.  From HTML Settings, you can also see which modules are using these settings.  If you choose module, the setting is active in the module you are working on only. If you choose page, the setting is active on all of the HTML modules on the single page you are working on. If you choose site, the setting is active on the entire site.

3) Make Your Content Appear and Disappear Based on a Date Range

DNN Software has a date range on pages and modules that enables you to schedule a module's visibility. You can use many different variations of these 2 settings:

  • Start Date (not supplied), Expiration Date (not supplied): module or page will always be visible
  • Start Date (supplied), Expiration Date (not supplied): module or page will not be visible until the start date; once it is, if will show until you delete the page or module
  • Start Date (not supplied), Expiration Date (supplied): module or page will be visible immediately and will continue to be visible until the expiration date.
  • Start Date (supplied), Expiration Date (supplied): module or page will be visible on the start date and automatically stop showing on the expiration date.

4) Accidental Deletions: You Can Recover Them!

Don’t worry.  If you unintentionally deleted something, go to Admin-> Recycling Bin.  You'll see a tab for pages and a tab for modules.  Choose which one you need and click Restore Selected Pages or Restore Selected Modules. Do not click Empty Recycle Bin. If you do, you'll need to contact our support team for a more involved solution.

5)  Copying and Pasting Advice

If you've ever tried to copy and paste from a third party editor (like Word), you may have noticed that everything ends up looking funky. There's a reason for this.  Word uses several hidden characters for formatting that you never see while typing or copying. But you definitely see the end result when you press save! Because of this, DNN Software provides a tool for you to migrate your content from your editor to your website.  Check out the toolbar of your HTML/Text Editor, and you'll see a paste options button. Your choices are:

  • Paste (same as Control + V): this will paste the contents of your clipboard to your web editor.
  • Paste from Word: this strips out any non-essential word tags and characters.  This will leave the fonts in place.
  • Paste from Word, strip font: this is the same as Paste from Word, only now we strip the fonts as well.
  • Paste Plain Text: this means no fonts, not formats, no fluff.  Just text.
  • Paste As HTML: this pastes the content in your clipboard as HTML code.
  • Paste HTML: this will paste HTML code directly to the text editor.

We recommend using either the Paste from word, strip font or Paste as plain text.  If you strip the font, the content will adopt the font that the rest of your site uses.  This means everything still looks uniform.  If you don’t mind going back in and reading some bolds, underlines, lists, or any of that, then Paste plain text is for you.  This will make sure that just words, numbers and punctuation get pasted. Proudly Announces DotNetNuke 7.4.2 Hosting

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DotNetNuke Hosting - : 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 - :: 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 - : 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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