See how to integrate Google AdSense code with your DotNetNuke 6 site.
If you want to change site icon in DNN search box here is the easiest solution I found.
Depending of your DNN version you need to replace one of the following files:
DNN 6.0.0 /Images/Search/dotnetnuke-icon.gif
DNN 6.0.1 /icons/sigma/DnnSearch_16X16_Standard.png
So you need to create 16x16 image for your site, save it as gif or png image and replace existing files.
Uh, I want to hide header displayed in some of the blog modules. So after spending an hour, I finally found the way how to hide it.
When you are logged as an admin, and you are in edit mode, move the mouse over Manage button in the upper left corner of the module, and from the menu select Edit module
Select page Page Settings and uncheck Display Container option or under Module Container option choose container type which does not display header. In standard DarkKnight DNN theme this container type is: Host: DarkKnigth-Invisible
It's easy when you know what to do, but sometimes it's hard to find what you are looking for.
Today, I just installed DNN blog module.
I am still confused about using DNN but hope that this will change in the next few days :)
What you should know abot textures before get started programming your first game.
Script for creating Android icons for different screen resolutions at once. Icons can be saved using standard Android icons naming conventions and saved in appropriate folders.
Source code with examples how to use relative layout to create nice buttons with text and images in Android
Tutorial about connecting to the web pages on the Internet from Android application, using both POST and GET web requests.