I'm currently designing a skin; which is out of the ordinary for me. Since I'm not a designer; but I've found where my problem is.
I understand that most people don't use the html method; they just design a skin as an .ascx. Except I've stumbled into an issue and I'm curious to know why it doesn't work.
So the skin parses fine; as long as the bolded code isn't included.
<div class = "Skin-Name.Navigation">
<div id ="menu">
<object id = "dnnNAV" codebase = "NAV" codetype = "dotnetnuke/server">
<param name = "ProviderName" value = "DDRMenuNavigationProvider" />
<param name = "IndicateChildren" value = "false" />
<param name = "ControlOrientation" value = "Horizontal" />
<param name = "CSSControl" value = "StylesheetName" />
So if I remove the object then it parses just fine; but as soon as it is input it doesn't. Whats weird; is I can simply do it in the .ascx and it works fine. But when I try to do it from html and parse it so DNN generates the .ascx it fails...
The exact error is: "A critical error has occurred Index was outside the bounds of the array." Any ideas?
I'm looking to absorb as much information on Dot Net Nuke possible; if anyone knows of any really great tutorial sites for the current / beta version of Dot Net Nuke that'd be terrific as well.
I'm currently using 6.2.4. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
I'd like to learn the core to Dot Net Nuke all the way to it's out design layout; I sort of have to learn everything. So any details to where I can become a dnn wizard would be terrific.