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Ultimate Blogging Solution for DotNetNuke

It can been applied in DNN 4.6.2 or later version 7.x. You can try it out with this account (username:blogger pwd:blogger). Enjoy Blogging :)

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Chewwy on your boot

This is a test post in the blogging module.

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So how does this blog module display?

Just a little text to see how the blog module displays content.  The module seems to have a strong feature set and I'm especially interested in the ability to have multiple authors, each with a different blog.

SunBlog(Nuke) v2.4.x :: The extendable and optimized DNN Blog Module

 Key Features

What sets SunBlogNuke apart from every other "blog" out there?

Full standards compliance

All the controls in SunBlogNuke are 100% XHTML 1.0 compliant. This is important not only for interoperability with today's browser but also for forward compatibility with the tools of the next generation.

Cool themes

SunBlogNuke comes with a full theme system which makes designing everything from the simplest blog to the most complicated webzine a piece of cake. If you want to modify or create a new theme you can do so easily with just a basic understanding of HTML and CSS.

Web 2.0

SunBlogNuke features social bookmarks, AJAX, Gravatars, Email notification, tag cloud and other so called Web 2.0 features.


SunBlogNuke is built from the ground up using nothing but DotNetNuke(DNN) all with simplicity in mind. It means that you can write new extended modules and themes by using the skills you already have as a .NET developer.


SunBlogNuke ships with support for multi languages, and it's not difficult to configure your blog to communicate with your visitors in their native tongue.


SunBlogNuke supports a host of options that make it highly configurable. If you don't like the way something works, chances are very good that you can change it without digging through the code.

XML-RPC interface

SunBlogNuke currently supports an extended version of the Blogger API & MetaWeblog API. You can use clients easily to manage your posts like Windows live writer.

Multi-author support

SunBlogNuke fully supports multiple authors to write posts on the same blog. Visitors are then able to subscribe to the individual author’s RSS feed or view only the posts from their favourite author.

Test Blog here and looking to buy

excerpt there and here at the same time

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OpenForce '09 Connections


OpenForce 09 Connections in Las Vegas promises to be a great opportunity for DotNetNuke and Microsoft NET developers to meet and learn about the latest developments in the DotNetNuke world DotNetNuke enables organizations to develop rich interactive websites and web applications for Microsoft NET in a fraction of the time that they can develop directly in NET

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Navigation Optimization for SunBlogNuke

Many users find your site by searching for specific information. When readers find your post, why not point them to other posts on your site with similar information? Doing so can increase the page views per reader. In WordPress, you can automatically cr ...

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Sample Posting from LiveWriter Part II

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The beginning of the end (of this test!)

This is the test of the emergency blogging system.  If this were an actual emergency blog, you would be instructed where to subscribe to the feed.  This is only a test. This is the test of the emergency blogging system.  If this were an ac ...

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Testing the multi-portal entry in WLW

Alter, I am having trouble getting Windows Live Writer set up for multiple portals.  so testing….

DotNetNuke Blog Module ("SunBlogNuke") release v2.3.23

New in v2.3.23:

  • support multiple blogs assigned to one user, so you can own different blogs viewed for each page.
  • support the export/import feature which make SunBlogNuke Portable.
  • support the customization feature of creating your default blog.
  • reopen the edit links everywhere so that you can edit your post in hand and more easily.
  • add category filter options for managing entries
  • fix the WLW bugs(postDate issue)
  • optimizing and refactoring database design
  • remove the [DotNetNuke], [SunBlog] & [GrassGreen] themes and will not support those themes because we will provide the seperate theme project
  • more features

New in v2.3.16:

  • delete the original latestEntry module and replace it with the standalone featured module, which show a list of posts flagged as featured for some specific blog.
  • you can create entry scheduled for publication in the future.
  • add filter options for managing entries, i.e drafts, pulished entries, scheduled entries etc
  • totally support DNN 5.x platform
  • integrated with DNN Search by implementing ISearchable interface of the DNN core framework
  • more avatar customization, i.e size, customImageUrl etc
  • add tags configuration panel
  • enhance cache and performance
  • refactoring code

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    Re: Sample post to test subscription

    test - but where to add photos/videos?

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    test comment

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    Thanks for your trust on our blogging module.

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    Great product to blogging. :)

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    Re: Test Blog here and looking to buy

    I agree your points and this module helps us a lot and make our life happier.

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