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4/7/2016 12:22 PM
 
This is more of a curiosity question than anything. I notice that at least on this particular site, in order to access certain parts of it, the forums, for instance, one has to know the actual URL. Also the login page seems hidden as well. Was that an administrative decision of DNN corp? Or is that the way DNN sites are supposed to look, or what? On my site, everything is out in the open, and there are no "secret" urls. What is the rationale behind how this site is created, so that I know what to emulate and what not to on my own community sites? thanks.     
 
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4/10/2016 4:48 PM
 
DNN 7 and 8 with Advanced URLs allow associating multiple URLs with each page - allowing for page names easy to remember. The last site, I relaunched for a client, I created all page URLs directly beneath the root, making it easy to remember and easy to restructure the menu without the need to rename pages. If you want to use alias names, you should install free module X3 UrlManagement from http://dnnurlmanagement.codeplex.com

Cheers from Germany,
Sebastian Leupold (Microsoft MVP)

dnnWerk - The DotNetNuke Experts   German Spoken DotNetNuke User Group

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6/1/2016 2:43 PM
 
It a     ctually turns out that issues I thought were with this site are actually related to accessibility and the way screen readers see the page. Some links are not visible to screen readers at all, or not with the way the site is skinned, anyway.
 
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6/1/2016 4:03 PM
 
I am not Aware of General accessibility issues with DNN latest Versions - or is it caused by Content or 3rd Party extensions?

Cheers from Germany,
Sebastian Leupold (Microsoft MVP)

dnnWerk - The DotNetNuke Experts   German Spoken DotNetNuke User Group

Speed up your DNN Websites with TurboDNN
 
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6/3/2016 9:26 AM
 
it's got to be some third-party extension. One of the members of the community act          ually mentioned that in a Twitter conversation we were having. I know this because in a default installation with all default extensions, the links that are invisible to screen readers on this site are visible there.
 
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