Last post Mar 07, 2006 02:10 AM by zhenlei2004
Dec 22, 2005 07:51 AM|zhenlei2004|LINK
The basic function of Module Wrapper is to
generate a dynamically table and inject existing modules into the cells of the table. The injected modules can be in any pages of the portal or even the host. The most recent version of Module Wrapper is 4.0.
It can work properly with DNN 3.0.13, 3.1.x, 3.2 and 4.0.
Now you can build complex layout like below:
You can set the number of rows and columns, column's width and
Support nested layout building:
Module Wrapper 4.0 supports row span and column span. You can create nest table. If you use version before 4.0, you can inject another module wrapper instance into a module wrapper to build more complex page.
Support marquee: you can make each injected module rolling. The rolling zone’s height, width and rolling speed, direction can be set.
Support manual scroll:
scroll bars can be added to injected modules to save page space.
Support Inter-Module Communication
(IMC): you can enable/disable IMC. If the IMC is enabled, Module Wrapper instance becomes an inter-module event router.
No need modify Dotnetnuke core, no more configuration.
Mar 07, 2006 02:10 AM|zhenlei2004|LINK
Down load the user guide and demo version:
You can find it:
You can get 99% discount on the new version if you bought 3.3 or 3.2
version. For more detail, visit here:
If you bought 3.1 or below version, you can upgrade to 3.2 version(you
can get 99% discount on it) and then upgrade to 3.3. The 3.2 version is