DotNetNuke® Guided Tour


You can build dynamic websites with DotNetNuke®!  These are just a few samples of what you can do with a little creativity and time.

Showcase: National Rugby League Showcase: Humane Society of Utah Showcase: City of Wilmington, NC
Showcase: WildVoice Showcase: Hamilton Caster Showcase: Cedar Creek Church
Showcase: SelecTrucks of LA Showcase: Q107 Showcase: TrueLawyers
Showcase: Youth Roots Showcase: University of British Columbia
Showcase: AirFare Watchdog Showcase: Erikson Tribune Showcase: Snap For Seniors

The DotNetNuke® portal builder lets you quickly build and edit a website using only your web browser. This Guided Tour will show you how to build a website step-by-step using DotNetNuke®. If you are not familiar with DotNetNuke®, please review this page before starting.

DotNetNuke® Websites

DotNetNuke® websites are made up of Pages and Modules.

Pages: Pages provide a place for you to display your site content. For example, a site for a soccer team Web site might have a Games page which includes scores from previous games, and information about upcoming games.

Modules: Pages are made up of one or more Modules. Modules are bits of functionality which can be added to a page. For example, a Games page for a soccer team Web site might have an Events Module so that team members could view upcoming soccer games.

DotNetNuke® has many built-in modules including, Text (for any text content), Table, Events, Links, Picture and more. In addition, many more modules area available from the community including Web Forums, Blogs, and Photo Gallery. Contact your Web Hosterís documentation for a full list.

How to Build a Website with DotNetNuke

Here is an overview of how you can build a website with DotNetNuke®:

1) Sign up with a Web Hoster who provides DotNetNuke® hosting accounts. This Web Hoster will set up a blank DotNetNuke® website for you.

2) Log in to your DotNetNuke® site using the information provided by your Web Hoster

3) Start building your website by adding pages and modules!

How to Use this Guided Tour

If youíre new to DotNetNuke, the best place to start Page Basics section, on the Overview of Pages. From there you can jump to other sections as you start to build your website.

Have fun!

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