We’ve just released version 01.01.00 of DNN Dynamic Roles – our module for the DNN CMS which allows for defining criteria which, when matched, automatically assign your visitors to roles (and unassigns them again when the criteria are not matched anymore). Continue reading
A few days ago, we introduced our product “DNN Dynamic Roles“. Now it’s time to go a bit deeper: What’s the purpose of this module? Who needs it? What can you do with it?
If you are a DNN administrator or editor, you probably know that a page is made up of several components, or “modules” in DNN’s language. You can control who is allowed to see which parts of your portal by employing roles: By adding and removing roles to each module’s permission list, you can widen or restrict the visibility of your page modules. The default setting is “All Users” can “View Module”. Quite a good guess in most situations. Continue reading
We are excited to announce the release of DNN Dynamic Roles 01.00.00. The module for the popular DNN CMS (formerly known as DotNetNuke) allows for defining criteria which adjust role memberships dynamically. Continue reading