Products

Solutions

Learn More

Partners

Community

Blog

About

Welcome to the DNN Community Forums, your preferred source of online community support for all things related to DNN.
In order to participate you must be a registered DNNizen

HomeHomeDNN Open Source...DNN Open Source...Module ForumsModule ForumsDocumentsDocumentsDoes the module support Responsive skins?Does the module support Responsive skins?
Previous
 
Next
New Post
12/7/2013 3:26 PM
 
Does the module support Responsive skins?
 
New Post
12/8/2013 3:59 AM
 
Documents module has no template feature, you should use Form And List module (dnnfnl.codeplex.com) with custom XSL, which allows you to assign any CSS you like or need.

Cheers from Germany,
Sebastian Leupold (Microsoft MVP)

dnnWerk - The DotNetNuke Experts   German Spoken DotNetNuke User Group   European Network of DotNetNuke Professionals

Speed up your DNN Websites with TurboDNN
 
New Post
12/8/2013 1:46 PM
 
Sebastian, You make as very flexible suggestion, but unless you have XSL style already built along with a customized control to edit the list isn't that like using a sledge hammer on a gnat? Is the Community now discouraging the use of one of its own extension modules? Is Mitch Sellers no longer managing the project or moderating this forum?
 
New Post
12/8/2013 4:32 PM
 
Form and List is creating XML, you may use XSL to format it appropriately.
For generation XSL, FnL has a simple HTML generator and HTML to XSL converter built in, i.e. you just would need to add your styles.

Cheers from Germany,
Sebastian Leupold (Microsoft MVP)

dnnWerk - The DotNetNuke Experts   German Spoken DotNetNuke User Group   European Network of DotNetNuke Professionals

Speed up your DNN Websites with TurboDNN
 
New Post
12/8/2013 5:59 PM
 

In case there are others who would like this questioned answered... I have determined myself that the simple HTML constructed by this control does in fact work with a responsive skin and reflows as one would expect. And, while the control does not use templates it does add class references allowing you effectively skin the control with a line or two of CSS in your skin.css file. This control appears to be quite effective at providing a simple list of downloadable documents that also is very easy to use. I would however still like a couple of questions answered:

1) Why would the community discourage use of this control? and

2) Is Mitch Sellers still responsible for the project?

Anyone? Mitch you out there some where?

 
Previous
 
Next
HomeHomeDNN Open Source...DNN Open Source...Module ForumsModule ForumsDocumentsDocumentsDoes the module support Responsive skins?Does the module support Responsive skins?


These Forums are dedicated to discussion of DNN Platform and Evoq Solutions.

For the benefit of the community and to protect the integrity of the ecosystem, please observe the following posting guidelines:

  1. No Advertising. This includes promotion of commercial and non-commercial products or services which are not directly related to DNN.
  2. No vendor trolling / poaching. If someone posts about a vendor issue, allow the vendor or other customers to respond. Any post that looks like trolling / poaching will be removed.
  3. Discussion or promotion of DNN Platform product releases under a different brand name are strictly prohibited.
  4. No Flaming or Trolling.
  5. No Profanity, Racism, or Prejudice.
  6. Site Moderators have the final word on approving / removing a thread or post or comment.
  7. English language posting only, please.
DNN Launch Webinar
REGISTER NOW
DNN Launch Webinar
REGISTER NOW
DNN Launch Webinar
REGISTER NOW