Welcome to issue 50 of DNN Creative Magazine.
In this DotNetNuke training series we demonstrate how to setup a limited administrators access account. This option is only available from DotNetNuke version 5 onwards where the administrator modules can now be added to any page and configured for any user to access and use the features of the administrator modules.
In this tutorial we configure DotNetNuke for members of staff so that the admin and host menus are not available, but they can view a Staff menu which gives them access to a selection of administrator modules. In this example we demonstrate how to configure the Pages, Security Roles, User Accounts, Newsletters and File Manager administrator modules.
Following this we demonstrate how to reset the Host SuperUser and Administrator accounts in DotNetNuke when you have lost the username and password. We regularly receive enquires regarding how to access a DotNetNuke website when you have lost the login details. This tutorial walks you through an easy way to reset the host and admin accounts through the SQL database of your DotNetNuke installation.
Continuing the Open Web Studio tutorials, this month we demonstrate how to create an iPhone app with OWS. We show you how to detect the iPhone browser and redirect the user to a custom page which displays data from various modules across the DotNetNuke portal.
This issue comes complete with 13 videos.