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4/26/2008 8:30 PM
 

I see on the home page of DNN that there are several tags in the HEAD section. I see through ADMIN that Title, Description and Keywords are managed by a user adding pages.

How does an Admin or Host add optional meta tags to the skin?

Tony

 
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4/26/2008 10:07 PM
 

Things like this work in ASCX skinning.  I think that the skinning engine will still allow this to work with HTML skins as well.  Just put this at the top of your skin file and try it out (on a test installation of course).

<script runat="server">
Private Sub Page_Load(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles MyBase.Load
 dim objCss As New PlaceHolder
 objCss = Me.Page.FindControl("CSS")
 If Not objCss Is Nothing Then
  objCss.Controls.Add(New LiteralControl("<meta name=""yourtag"" content=""yourcontent"" />"))
 End If
End Sub
</script>
 
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5/10/2008 2:22 PM
 

Can anyone confirm this would be the right way to solve my favicon issue?

<link rel="SHORTCUT ICON" href="/Portals/0/favicon.ico" />

...and if so, should the ico file be in this specific directory?

TIA-Tony

 
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5/11/2008 12:55 PM
 

Additional HEAD tags can be placed into Page Settings > Advanced Settings > Page Header Tags.

You need none of that for your favicon though. Just place favicon.ico into the root of your site and you are done.


Tom Kraak
SEO Analyst
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5/11/2008 3:07 PM
 

Tom:

Thank you for the response. I've been having issues all week on this. I've just discovered that in IE and Firefox, I get a blue bird ico when using the www, but not if it's left out.

http://www.stjohnrochester.us shows a blue bird (which is my ico file)

http://stjohnrochester.us shows the default DotNetNuke ico file which is NOT in the root (I deleted it)

Looking specifically for the file, http://www.stjohnrochester.us/favicon.ico shows the 16x16 bird. However, Looking specifically for the file, http://stjohnrochester.us/favicon.ico shows the 48x48 default DNN file, which does not exist in the root as an ico file.

Any ideas?

Tony

 
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