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5/16/2014 7:20 PM
 

Hi 

Is there any way to change theme colors (blue, red etc ) in DNN skin using C# code . I do not want users in my DNN site to change the theme colors.I need to preset the colors for each user.

 
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5/19/2014 4:22 AM
 
there is no mechanism built into DNN but you could add a color property to DNN user profile properties (in Site Settings > Manage User Profile) and retrieve it using Text skinobject with tokenReplace or inline code retrieving the property in the skin (e.g. by including a different css file).

Cheers from Germany,
Sebastian Leupold (Microsoft MVP)

dnnWerk - The DotNetNuke Experts   German Spoken DotNetNuke User Group

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5/19/2014 11:41 PM
 

Thanks for the reply.I am just wondering whether color changing can be done by loading different css files based on user ids.

For an example, user 1 - themes/Red.css,user 2 - themes/Blue.css etc..

I just do not know where to change the code.

I have seen how to load skins based on roles in following tutorial.

Dynamically Change DotNetNuke Skins by Security Role

http://www.dnnsoftware.com/community-blog/cid/134745/dynamically-change-dotnetnuke-skins-by-security-role

Code snippet are as follows.

UserInfo oUser = UserController.GetCurrentUserInfo();
if (this.UserInfo != null && this.UserInfo.UserID > Null.NullInteger)
{
    if (this.UserInfo.IsInRole("My Security Role"))
    {
        // import/using System.Web.HttpCookie 
        Response.Cookies.Add(new HttpCookie("SkinSrc", "[G]Skins/DarkKnight/Home-Mega-Menu.ascx"));
    }
    else
    {
        // either assign another skin, or do nothing 
    }
}
else
{
    // either assign another skin, or do nothing 
}

 

 
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5/20/2014 3:35 AM
 
I think managing colors per user sounds like a huge admin overhead. If you really must do it then I would mark up the skin to generate a class based on the user id. Here is a snippet I use in a skin to mark up the tabid and the tabname. You could use a similar idea to grab the UserId. Attach this to the outermost div in the skin.



class='TabID<%=PortalSettings.ActiveTab.TabID%> TabName&lt;%=PortalSettings.ActiveTab.TabName.Replace(" ", "")%> TwoColRight'



Now you may write standard CSS rules to override colors etc based on the generated class names.



I still think it's hard to manage.


Best wishes,
- Richard
Agile Development Consultant, Practitioner, and Trainer
www.dynamisys.co.uk
 
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5/20/2014 4:50 AM
 
I created our free stylehelper skin object for these kind of tweaks. https://stylehelper.codeplex.com/
It does not inject a userid stylesheet though.

I have some example skins on codeplex with a lot of DNN atrributes inline as a demo: https://demoskins.codeplex.com/releas...
It also shows you how to add code to your skin.

I think what you are looking for is this: UserController.GetCurrentUserInfo().UserID
(from the simple skin example)
 
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