Last post Mar 02, 2006 08:55 PM by pauldes
Mar 02, 2006 02:11 PM|trond.rud|LINK
Is there other skin objects then what are documented in the Dot Net Nuke skinning document?
Surely a lot of nifty stuff could go in as skin objects. What about possibilities to load different Css files? That way the user can be in charge of what skin to use based on users needs. Maybe one style sheet with larger fonts, or different color theme, one
for high-resolution screens and one for the smaller screens. If people have put different things or other things as skin objects please tell me what you put in and how it affected the skins size or performance. And also let me know if you had to do some magic
tricks to get it to play with Dot Net Nuke. Is it just markup and in the xml file as well.
Mar 02, 2006 08:55 PM|pauldes|LINK
I'm not a programmer so I can't comment on your technical questions, but an avid user. I have seen some great uses of additional skin objects(free and third party) for not only design but added function. From what I can tell most of these come in the form
of additional controls you add to your site, register the controls and then use them in your skins.
Go check out dnndesigner.com, ucanuse.com and speerio.net as a few examples that I have used myself. I'm sure there are more that some googling will get you.