Last post Jul 05, 2005 08:10 PM by Green2004
Jul 05, 2005 08:10 PM|Green2004|LINK
The creators of DotNetNuke will find this note useful. I am new to DotNetNuke, I installed it last week and since then
I am trying to understand how this program works. I find the documentation that comes with the program itself is in the form of separate .doc files.
I know you are busy working on cool stuff but spend some time consolidating the help files into one and something like either pdf or .chm file that users can search. As a new user, I have lots of questions such as how to add external style sheet to just
one page, etc, but I don’t have any idea as where to find useful and related information in theses separate .doc files.
Posting questions in forum every time is a huge waste of time.
So please spend some time to improve the documentation, it will help shorten the learning curve and the program will be more popular.
While learning as a typical new user, I went to some Site Settings and then changed the URL for the login page. There
is a login link on the homepage. When I click on that I don’t see Login page because the link references itself.
I wish a user should be made aware that this is critical link, so don’t mess it up. Now I am in a loop. I know my password and username but can’t login because I cannot get to login page. Since the URL are dynamic, I didn’t even thought
of bookmarking the login page. Can someone tell me how to get back to login page?