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10/14/2014 4:39 PM
 

Hello guys, im Tomas from Argentina, since last month im working with DNN(3,5 and actually 7), first time working with it.

So im actually migrating some module from dnn5 to dnn7, and im having issues with CSS and JS:

CSS:

Im my DesktopModules folder i have a separate css folder with my own css file, the problem is when i upload the module to a new page, i get that it style the module with default.css or skins.css, not with the one in my DesktopModules, so can i do this?

 

JS:

This is more simple, i dont know how to reference a js for the entire page(not only for a module)

 

Thanks A lot, sory for my english

Tom.

 
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10/15/2014 4:40 AM
 

Hi tom,

in the root of your module you should have a module.css file which your module uses, if you want to reference css from another folder you should look into the Resource Manager of Dnn. 

This also counts for the Js files.

Here's a wiki link to help you with the Resource Manager:

http://www.dnnsoftware.com/wiki/page/client-resource-management-api

Hope this helps you,

Regards,

Geoff


      
 
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