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DotNetNuke Website Hosting

Leveraging the DotNetNuke portal framework, the strong developer community and robust, scalable servers, Rarify Group can design, customize and host your web portal.

Whether you are looking to put up a simple brouchure site, open your company's online store or create a custom application, we can easily provide you the environment and expertise to quickly launch your web presence.

All portals come with the following modules:

  • Blogs,
  • Wikis,
  • Forums,
  • Event Managment & Calendaring,
  • Google Adsense,
  • RSS Readers and RSS Publishers,
  • Advanced Online Store,
  • Media Streaming,
  • Email Marketing,
  • Announcements and Newsletters,
  • Customized Registration Process

Why DotNetNuke?

DotNetNuke is the leading open-source content management system based on the Microsoft .Net programming platform. The liberal BSD license allows you to acquire the software free-of-charge. There are over 600,000 registered DotNetNuke users, providing a vibrant, responsive open source community which continues to add new features and functionality.

DotNetNuke Custom Module Development

The Rarify team is ready to help you build custom DotNetNuke modules for practically any business process or function. Our team of experienced .Net developers has built a number of custom and commercial DotNetNuke modules, ranging from the simple to the very complex.

DotNetNuke Blogs
Author: Matthew Merchant Created: 2/6/2009 4:50 PM
Rarify's DotNetNuke Blog - tracking our DNN implementation adventures. General repository of notes Dotnetnuke web site and portal installations. As we come across tips and tricks to make the Dotnetnuke portal system easier to use and more reliable, we'll keep posting them here.

Visual Studio 2010 will throw an error when debugging if the LMHOSTS file is not setup correctly. The error is "Internet Explorer cannot display the webpage". To correct, you need to update the LMHOSTS file.

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 General notes on setting up DotNetNuke 4.x on Verio's VWS hosting offering. Documentation includes; defining application pools, installing DNN or migrating from an existing installation, setting up the SMTP address, adding addtional portals and domain names to the application pool, using Verio's Archive Gateway to quickly perform site upgrades and many other general tips and lessons.

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Using Dynamic Registration, setup a subsrciption an annual subscription for user based on DotNetNuke Security Role. The user will be routed to PayPal to pay for a subscription service.

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Pulling together a home theater system on the low down...building a Windows 7 Media Center server, Windows 7 Media Center client, hooking the whole thing up to a Samsung LCD and Panasonic stereo system. This entry will keep track of sources, tips and tricks I pick along the way and a fair share of venting!

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Installing Email Manager Module from DNN-Modules for Dotnetnuke 4.9.x. These are just some additional notes for our specific implementation. The Email Manager module from DNN-Modules is well documented and should be the primary source of information.

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