New release for the DNN Development Project Templates

A few months ago I released V4 of my DNN Development templates, which included a new project template for Themes (skins). This weekend I was working on a new theme (skin) for a customer project and came across a few changes I needed/wanted to make to the Theme project template, so you get to benefit from those changes as I have put a new release out of the project templates.

The changes are limited to the Theme project template, no changes to the Module project templates this time around. Here’s a quick overview of the changes

  • Fixed priority loading for the Bootstrap JS file to correct an issue with DNN dropdown fields (such as problems not being able to update a user’s photo in their profile)
  • Fixed DNNRadio background, Bootstrap was throwing a BG color on it.
  • Upgraded to Bootstrap V3.3.4 (from v3.3.1)

Installing the Templates

If you have previously installed the templates from the Visual Studio Gallery you can download updates there, using the Tools>Extensions and Updates menu item in Visual Studio 2013.

If you downloaded the VSIX Manually previously, you can grab that again from the DNN Store.

If you need help getting the templates installed be sure to check out our tutorial video

After you have the templates installed be sure to check out some of our other templates.

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