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3/19/2011 11:23 PM
 
I've made some changes to the code for the Wiki module, I wanted to bring them up here in the forum and get some feedback.

  1. I've moved the "Index" to actually load on the right side of the page, the intention is to list off all pages on the Wiki, but not try to squeeze things into the left side of the page. Ultimately (future release) I would like to see more information on this page, last updated, by whom, etc. Sort of like the Recent Changes page
  2. Refactoring - lots of things were being done in the Router.ascx and router.ascx.vb file. I've moved a number of things to the base class, I've also removed the use of MyModule from the code, as it was really unnecessary. 
  3. Enhancing CSS, the use of classes in the Wiki module was pretty minimal. I am trying to add some classes in that will make styling and tweaking the module easier, but at the same time I'm trying to make these changes so that the module still looks the same out of the box.
If you want to see the changes you can grab the latest check-in from the Source tab on http://dnnwiki.codeplex.com/, I may also get an Alpha release packaged up and made available here shortly as well. 

Chris Hammond
Former DNN Corp Employee, MVP, Core Team Member, Trustee
Christoc.com Software Solutions DotNetNuke Module Development, Upgrades and consulting.
dnnCHAT.com a chat room for DotNetNuke discussions
 
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3/22/2011 4:23 AM
 
The changes mentioned are very good, and I would like to suggest another change: Module's panel being on the side of the module wastes a lot of space below it's column which contains just a few icons. Why not giving all the space of the module to its content by moving the panel from left/right side to the top (head) of the module, and it will resemble even more beautiful. You can see the space wasted below the panel at this page: http://www.saeedalhs.net/tabid/55/Def... In this case which used in RTL direction, the panel expand/collapse icon is meaningless but if it were on the of the module space (as up/down arrow) it would be independent of RTL or LTR direction and be meaningful.

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3/30/2011 1:11 AM
 
Just put together an alpha release of the Wiki module. 

http://dnnwiki.codeplex.com/releases/...

a list of changes can be found on the release page

Chris Hammond
Former DNN Corp Employee, MVP, Core Team Member, Trustee
Christoc.com Software Solutions DotNetNuke Module Development, Upgrades and consulting.
dnnCHAT.com a chat room for DotNetNuke discussions
 
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3/30/2011 6:49 PM
 
Found a few issues.

1) Upgrades don't work, looks like it tries to execute all the SQL again, need to fix that.

2) The source package was missing most of the source, corrected that and repacked on the 04.03.00 alpha release page

Chris Hammond
Former DNN Corp Employee, MVP, Core Team Member, Trustee
Christoc.com Software Solutions DotNetNuke Module Development, Upgrades and consulting.
dnnCHAT.com a chat room for DotNetNuke discussions
 
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4/6/2011 12:27 AM
 
I packaged a new version of the module (same version numbers) that fixes the upgrade issues.

Download from codeplex using the link above

Chris Hammond
Former DNN Corp Employee, MVP, Core Team Member, Trustee
Christoc.com Software Solutions DotNetNuke Module Development, Upgrades and consulting.
dnnCHAT.com a chat room for DotNetNuke discussions
 
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