SSL Implementation: Best Practices and Beyond

DNN is a great platform to build secure websites. But where do you start? The answer is to start with SSL encryption. But there are important Best Practices that will help you get the most value out of SSL on your DNN website or portal. Here is everything you need to know about implementing SSL certificate encryption on your website along other security pointers to help you get started making your site safe and secure.

Author: Mitchel Sellers
Point of Sale Just Got Easier!
  • 9/17/2015

If you have an eCommerce site, chances are you have thought about selling your products in a brick and mortar, or at a trade show. Maybe you’ve already started. With all of the ins and outs of credit card processing, mobile Point of Sale can seem like …

Show me your skin?
  • 3/3/2015

A new default theme for DNN 7.5? Good looks is all that matters for a first impression. And that applies for new installs of DNN as well. DNN has done some great and less than great jobs in the past. And now, with DNN 7.5 around the corner, I would like …

New-School Knowledge Transfer
New-School Knowledge Transfer
  • 1/5/2015

Here we are, starting off a new year with limitless information at our fingertips. With technology evolving faster than we could have ever imagined a few decades ago, things that used to take hours now take mere minutes. For example, encyclopedia …

<p>One of the best things I love about the DNN platform is the ease of building, releasing, and updating Extensions for your website. If you need custom functionality you can either build something yourself, or likely find something that someone else has developed previously that might fit your needs. </p><p>If you are an extension developer for DNN (previously DotNetNuke), you have many options for how you can get those modules into the hands of potential customers. If you want to get your modules into the hands of as many different users as possible, you can’t just stick to one distribution mechanism, you need to reach out and try to get your extension available in as many places as possible.</p>

Author: Christoc
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