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5/17/2013 6:17 PM

Is there one?

I've been using DNN 4/5 for several years and recently built a DNN7 box.  I cant find any Blog module included, which I had expected.

I see there are some commercially available ones. Are they the only option?


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5/17/2013 8:46 PM may be what you are looking for
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5/18/2013 5:05 AM
Great. Thanks Brian.

Maybe I'm going simple in my old age, but I thought a Blog module was part of DNN.

I'll look into commercial options instead.

Many thanks
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5/18/2013 6:06 AM

there was a decision they made a while ago not to include the "Core" modules with the installation package (except the Text/Html module). The thought behind might have been that you can decide which modules you want to install and download them separately, so the install package gets a bit smaller.

Anyway, you find links for all of these module on the project page (under "Related Projects" on the right side of the page).

Best wishes

Michael Tobisch
DNN★MVP - Michael Tobisch's Site about DNN, SQL Server, ASP.Net and other related stuff - The most vibrant community around the DNN-platform
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5/19/2013 4:09 PM

Ahh that makes sense now. Thanks for your advice.


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