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Seeker Sidebar 4 – Styles, Control Templates, and Visual States

Live Example: http://www.adefwebserver.com/Richard/ooNaEyeDevelopmentv2/ooNaEyeDevelopmentTestPage.html I’ve been promising to get to Visual States, and this time I’m actually going to do it. In the process I cover creating a templated control from scratch, and technically I achieve my goal of not having to type in the visual states. From ...

DotNetNuke 5 Hello World II (Using a Database)

How to make a simple Module using DotNetNuke 5 that connects to the Database Use the following tutorial to create a simple Hello World DotNetNuke 5 Module. it will be used as the starting point for this tutorial: DotNetNuke 5 Hello World

DotNetNuke 5 Hello World

How to make a simple Hello World Module using DotNetNuke 5...

Seeker Sidebar 3 – Parts and States

Live Example: http://www.adefwebserver.com/Richard/SeekerPartsAndStates/SeekerPartsAndStatesTestPage.html I’d like to acknowledge that posts by Karen Corby made it possible for me to get to this point in understanding Parts and States. http://scorbs.com/2008/06/11/parts-states-model-with-visualstatemanager-part-1-of/ In this blog I’m going to show you how to create a multi-part templated ...

The Seeker: Sidebar 2 – Blendable Seeker via ControlTemplate

Live Example: http://www.adefwebserver.com/Richard/TemplatedSeeker/TemplatedSeekerTestPage.html Probably the most significant benefit of using a ControlTemplate to contain your object’s UI is that the appearance can then be managed by designers without ever touching a line of code. Maybe I feel that way because I’m anxious to get past this ...