DotNetNuke (DNN-Evoq) is the largest Content Management System (CMS) built with Microsoft’s ASP.NET platform. The free, open-source Community Edition of DotNetNuke also known as DNN and Evoq, works for websites of almost all sizes and use-cases.
At CloudJocks we host, install, and upgrade DotNetNuke websites; develop DNN skins; and customize Evoq CMS website portals and modules.
DotNetNuke works for all types of websites, but where it really separates itself from other content management systems is in the power of its modules and website user permissions.
CloudJocks team members have been working in DNN CMS development with the DotNetNuke platform since 2002. We have consulted in virtually every area of DNN. We have created websites, site-maps, wire-frames, and planned out sites with countless pages of content.
Our DNN Expertise
The CloudJocks creative team has designed and built scores of DotNetNuke skins and websites.
Here are just some of the website modules that can be easily deployed on a DNN Content Management System all with customized view/edit permissions
- Document Managers
- User Managers
- Event Calendars
- Content Modules: Photo Galleries, Content Sliders, etc
All of these modules can be added easily from inside the admin area of a DotNetNuke website. This along with the ability to set permissions on every type of content makes DNN a great content management system choice for intranets and extranets.
How We Use DNN CMS
We work on DotNetNuke websites everyday at CloudJocks. An example website TimePops that we developed – is a fast, responsive, HTML5, mobile-friendly site with friendly urls—was built using DNN. Many of our clients use DotNetNuke as a platform for their intranets and/or extranets.
What We Do With DNN
- Host, install, and update DotNetNuke website portals
- Administer website portals
- Develop DNN skins and modules
- Consult and develop enterprise-level intranets and extranets using DNN