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DNN Favicon How to change

This article will guide you on steps to uploaded favicon on your Website.

Basically, we can upload favicon in DNN websites either by using the Favicon upload option or by the Enter URL Link option from Site Settings.


The favicon is an important aspect of a site's brand identity and is an important attribute which needs to be customized for marketing purposes:


1. Navigate to Admin >  Site Settings.

2. Click on the country flag icon associated with the culture (language) to be updated. This field only displays when multiple languages are enabled. See "Viewing a Site in a Secondary Language".

3. Select the Basic Settings tab and expand the Appearance section.

4. At Logo, select from these options:

5. To select an existing image, select the folder where the file is located from the Folder drop down list, begin entering the file name into the File text box and select the required file from the search results.

6. Click the Upload File button to select the file from the local computer - OR - Drag the image file from the computer and release it over the "Drop File(s) Here" window.

7. At Body Background, select a new or existing image as detailed above. The background image will be tiled on all site pages, unless the skin applied to the page includes a background image.

8. At Favicon.ico, select a new or existing image as detailed above. Only files with an *.ico extension can be selected at this field, as these are the only files supported by Internet Explorer.

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Install a module in DNN

This article will guide you on how to #install a module in #DNN.

To Install / Update a #DotNetNuke #Module:

1. Log into your site as either HOST or another supersuser level account.

2. Open Settings -> Extensions.

3. Click "install extension".

4. Drag and drop the package into the window, or browse to the desired file to upload it.

5. Click Next, accept the license, continue through the install. When finished click on the Return button.

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An error has occurred in DNN Websites

This article will guide you on how to easily fix 'An #error has occurred' error message appears in #DNN #Pages which occurs when there is a null entry in the #database table. We also looked into the steps for adding the temporary URL.
When trying to add a file attachment to the #DotNetNuke forum module, we received an error that looked like this:
An Error Has Occurred When Attempting To Save The File C:\webroot\site\site.com\wwwroot\Portals\0\imge.jpg. Please Contact Your Hosting Provider To Ensure The Appropriate Security Settings Have Been Enabled On The Server.
If you have a superuser account (common username is HOST) you can login and go to the Host menu, and see if you have an EXTENSIONS page listed, from that page you can see what version of DNN you are on. you can also try the HOST/HOST SETTINGS page.

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Disable Password History in DNN websites

This guide will help to disable password history in #DNN by disabling Enable #Password #History option under the Membership Management tab.
To disable Disable Password History in DNN:
In Host > Host Settings > Advanced Settings > Membership Management, you can disable the history by unchecking "Enable password history".

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Plesk DNN install Service Unavailable error

This article will guide you on how to install DNN for our customers. In order to fix the Service Unavailable Error we should check whether the Dedicated application pool option is enabled in Plesk before DNN install.

A 503 Service Unavailable Error is an HTTP response status code indicating that a server is temporarily unable to handle the request. This may be due to the server being overloaded or down for maintenance.

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How to create a new host user in DNN

This guide will help you to create a new host user in #DNN by registering the user from the front end and editing the dbo.Users table of the #database.

DNN (formerly #DotNetNuke) is a web content management system and web application framework based on #Microsoft . NET. The DNN Platform Edition is open source. DNN is written in C#, though it existed for many years as a VB.NET project.

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