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This Blog is about 2 things. On one hand it’s about Syntax-Highlighting, but actually it’s more about creating safe No-Server-Code-Apps. Part 1: Syntax Highlighting I recent Blog-Post by Peter Donker called Strong Typing Your Settings on the DNN-Connect inspired me to this. Basically we often want to show a bit of code to help people […]
Razor is the future for most output-oriented .net stuff. This also applies to WinForms-based CMS like DNN. But fortunately, they got it right and added Razor-Support about 2 years ago. In my opinion, this is something that most people haven’t figured out yet – partially because they can’t find the code-snippets to help them. So here goes: all […]
Remember the old days when we pretended we had What-You-See-Is-What-You-Get? Right now I’m writing this blog on the Telerik-editor built into DNN and it’s terrible. There are a zillion bugs – like hitting backspace at the beginning of a paragraph will reformat my text (no joke). I had forgotten how bad it is, because we barely […]
This is a follow up to my previous blog post how to integrate Google Tag Manager (GTM) into DNN. The post had about 150 reads so I believe there’s a need for a packaged App. Now that we can create simple Apps within minutes, it’s much easier to distribute such simple functionality. So I created […]
Your core mobile-implementation strategy sets strong restrictions as to what you can do and what not. So before we start tackling each issue (like responsive tables), we must decide what strategy to pursue. Fortunately, this is very easy: Responsive strategies beat Adaptive strategies in about 99% of all cases. If you’ve been influenced by Microsoft […]
Many people believe they can create a responsive website simply by downloading a responsive skin. This is like creating a great present simply by buying the right gift-wrapping – it barely scratches the surface. This is part 1 of (tbd) of my special responsive/mobile series for creating professional, good looking, mobile-ready responsive web sites, which […]
Google has an awesome scripts-management engine called GTM (Google Tag Manager). Though it talks about managing tags, in reality it actually manages script-integration. Particularly Google-scripts (like Adwords and tracking stuff), but also jQuery and similar.