DotNetNuke is a great innovation that empowers the client to develop, manage and publish their Web content. DotNetNuke has now paved the way for clients to involve themselves in managing information on their Web sites, intranets, and extranets.
The procedure is incredibly simple. All that the user is required to do is to identify himself as a site administrator, visit the area on the site where he wants to create or edit content and click on the right content management option.
DotNetNuke provides the user with certain distinct advantages. It makes managing Web sites cost-effective, simplifies internal management processes, and renders the hosting packages lot more fascinating. Above all, DotNetNuke has no licensing restrictions. DotNetNuke is built upon the Microsoft ASP.NET 2.0 Framework. It is an open-source software and available without any pre-conditions to both commercial and non-commercial users. Code and object reuse is always helpful for any enhancement. DotNetNuke has a "Convert Site Wizard" that has been enhanced to reuse the framework classes provided in ASP.NET 2.0
DotNetNuke offers the user a host of advantages. It simplifies website management and makes the user himself a webmaster. DotNetNuke eliminates the need for a professional web designer and allows you to deliver functional Web sites directly to your clients without loss of time. As DotNetNuke is self-managed by the client, it reduces the support burden of assisting them with content authoring, deployment, and configuration.
One of the salient feature added to DotNetNuke for greater versatility is the Delete Portal functionality, which is the ability to point multiple domains to one DotNetNuke installation. This means you can control the content for several domains through portals. To put it more simply you no longer have to manage the content of multiple domains on the multiple hosts. Whenever the facility to have multiple portals on a central location is made possible, you have to necessarily exercise some control as regards the size of each. Otherwise, any one portal will over grow and potentially affect the others. With DotNetNuke you can now set restrict the size of each portal through the use of quotas. Besides, with DotNetNuke you can also set the limits on the number of users per portal.
As all of us are aware, the internet is used by a global community. Another amazing feature of DotNetNuke if you visit a web site and the first page is written in Chinese and you only speak English, then, you can now force a specific language for the first page. Thereafter, the visitors can select the language of their choice.
The upgraded DotNetNuke 4.4 was launched into the market on December 24, 2006. It signifies a marked improvement to an already-popular Content Management System (CMS) making it easier to deploy commercial-grade websites easily and more efficiently.
The modular design in DotNetNuke facilitates your selling premium resources to your clients - like site templates, premium content management modules, and multiple database options. DotNetnuke is continually adding new features and functionality to fulfill user requirements - thus saving you valuable development time and concomitant expenses. DotNetNuke is sufficiently flexible to work within your established processes and automated provisioning systems.
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