Month: January 2006

  • How to Get the Default Login Page in DotNetNuke?

    Sometimes it is possible that you have updated the login page information in DotNetNuke and after that you don’t have any way to get back this login page. Ironically, you cannot even login to change the login page. You are completely stuck. Now only one way to get back this login page is directly updating…


  • Error While Installing InfoPath Toolkit for Visual Studio

    Error Description: Check out the registry key HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\VisualStudio\7.1\Setup\VS\BuildNumber\1033 If this key is not available the installation will not succeed. Solution of this problem is to reinstall/repair the Visual Studio and get this key.


  • How to Put Banner on DotNetNuke Portal?

    Here are a step by step guide to put a banner on your DNN portal. Go to “Admin” > “Site Settings”.Expand the node “Advanced Settings”.Expand the node “Other Settings”.Set the “Banner Advertising” to “Site”. Now go to “Admin” > “Vendor”.Add new “Vendor”.Add “Banner” for the newly added vendor.Remember(/copy) the “Banner Group”. Add “Banner Module” to…


  • Parser Error Message: Access is denied: ‘Ajax’

    Description: An error occurred during the processing of a configuration file required to service this request. Please review the specific error details below and modify your configuration file appropriately. Solution For Access Is Denied Error There are three solutions for this error. Try it one by one. Give the user “machine_name\ASPNET” appropriate access rights on…


  • Subtract Time in Infopath

    Infopath is a great tool for rapidly developing an application which gathers information from the user. Many times these applications uses start time and end time as their fields. Infopath has a “Time” datatype. We can directly assign this datatype to the fields. You can compare two fields of this datatype but subtraction of fields…


  • Be Careful When You Are Using Javascript parseInt() Function

    First of all guess the result for the following JavaScript code. In JavaScript if the string starts with “0”, the string will be parsed as if it is octal number. (i.e. base 8) instead of decimal number(i.e. base 10). So if you are parsing a string containing integer value and fear about leading zeroes, always…