Wexer Group


DotNetNuke is a Web Content Management Platform (or CMS) for Microsoft ASP.NET, powering over 600,000 production web sites worldwide. DotNetNuke also functions as a web application development framework. Benefits for each role within your organization:
§ For Developers - The platform is simple to customize and empowers custom app development with an open API.
§ For End Users - New users can learn to contribute content without IT support in minutes. Granular user permissions provide administrators with flexible control.
§ For Business Decision Makers - The platform allows organizations to rapidly implement Web strategies.

Rich Content Management and Design Features:
§ Content management – Developers and site administrators focus on delivering optimal solutions to meet their own unique business requirements rather than coding a custom content management system.
§ Site settings – Administrators can define the title of your site and manage search engine descriptions (metadata) and submissions, user welcome messages, logos, backgrounds, and skins.
§ Telerik controls – Each edition includes the Telerik RadEditor Enhanced Rich Text Editor for functions like spell checking, image resizing and compression, and more.
§ Apps — The software includes more than 25 standalone apps which provide features such as banners, discussions, FAQs, and weblogs.
§ Containers – Used to frame individual modules, containers can be applied to one or more modules or can be set globally across all modules.
§ Stylesheets – They can be configured to modify elements such as font type, color, bullet points, and background color.
§ Body background – An image or color can be added to the background of all tabs to further customize the look of your site.
§ File management – Administrators can upload files directly from their computers. Uploaded files are instantly available for use on the site and are also listed in a module that handles documents and file downloads.
§ Recycle bin – Users can access any content, module, or page that has been deleted and restore it to its original location.
§ Drag-and-drop – Users can move containers and modules simply by dragging and dropping them on a page.
§ Banner advertising – Through the Vendors tab, administrators can add vendors and their profile information, then upload banners and determine their placement. They can define the number of impressions, cost per impression, or length of ad campaign, track ad views and click-throughs, and define affiliate referrals.


DotNetNuke Administration and Security Tools
§ Single installation, multiple portals – DotNetNuke supports multiple portals or web sites using a single database. Installed on a web server can support multiple web sites through a single hosting account, ideal for providing sub-hosting services to memberships or for organizations providing departmental web sites.
§ Host and Administrator accounts – Separating host from administrator accounts allows for efficient administration: manage settings related to site hosting and e-commerce, including monthly hosting fees, disk space, and demo period/expiration dates. The Host can access a list of all hosted sites and their individual hosting information, and can edit, modify, or delete a specific site. Administrators let users manage their own site by editing, modifying, or deleting their site settings.
§ Security roles and protected content – Administrators can define and assign roles for different user groups such as registered users, subscribers, content providers, affiliates, and media. They can then grant access and editing rights for each group. Rights can be assigned to an entire site, a single page, or even to an individual module on a specific page. Individual users may belong to more than one group. Administrators can also establish separate password-protected areas on their web site to control access.
§ Site Log – Administrators can track users and visitors by generating reports with details such as page popularity, page views by day, page views by days of week, page views by hour, page views by month, user frequency, user registration by country, and user registration by date.
§ Manage vendors and affiliates – Administrators can store contact information, advertising materials (banners, button ads), and statistical data on site vendors and affiliates. They can also manage start and end dates for ad campaigns, track impressions, and calculate cost per impression (CPM).
§ Bulk email and newsletters – Administrators can compose and send bulk email messages to specific users or groups. They can also publish newsletters—created and sent as HTML documents—to targeted user groups.



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