Last post Feb 26, 2006 10:02 AM by tefnut
Feb 25, 2006 02:26 PM|tefnut|LINK
Feb 25, 2006 07:11 PM|xddg|LINK
They haven't *made it look disgusting* .. Tam from TTTcompany would be a bit upset reading this.
This great module, along with the forums - was donated to the Core Team project by
This was done early last year and if you have seen the new DotNetNuke forums - well, not so new now - but they looked very similar to the gallery- in fact I worked with Chris Paterra for several months on finetuning the look and creating a forum that could
But we hadn't done this yet for the gallery - it was the next project and it's underway. We're not there yet but the forum integration into the DotNetNuke core was a huge job. And the gallery needs more work done on it, but it is being done.
Feb 26, 2006 07:30 AM|tefnut|LINK
I didn't mean to offend anyone but if i was making a module for lots of people to use I would make the look as subtle as possible;which I'm sure you'd agree it isn't.
In fact its quite hard to manipulate it for a professional looking websites when its got a repeating image of the side of a note book in vivid blue down one side. I mearly need it to fit in with the design of the websites I'm doing and I'm finding it very hard
to manipulate for this purpose. perhaps this isn't the right module for this.
I'm sorry it seemed as if I'm putting down all of the hard work that's been done on this but which I not but Id made the wrong assumption it would be easy to change the look. I would appreciate some help on this.
Feb 26, 2006 08:07 AM|xddg|LINK
Ha - you didn't offend me - really you didn't :-D but I think it gives people a better idea on why things are sometimes like they are when you first see them.. And yes, the colours are bright, but in the original context of the site for which it was
written, it seemed to suit at the time.
They are working on some changes, it simply takes a bit longer, so if you go down the path of trying to make it look suitable, then you might need to remember that it will be changing in the future, and it's possible that your hard work might need to be
redone again on the next release.
Feb 26, 2006 10:02 AM|tefnut|LINK