Semantic code and header tags within DotNetNuke skins
By Lee Sykes
One of the most complex and important elements you need to understand when working with DotNetNuke is setting up the security roles.
This tutorial discusses the use of header tags and semantic code within DotNetNuke skins.
Using header tags can increase accessibility, enabling for instance speech browsers to understand the content of your pages, as well as the added benefit of enabling search engines to easily index your content. Header tags allow search engines to identify the topic of your website page, which should improve your search results.
The overall theme here is to allow various browser types / search engines to easily understand and interpret the content within your website pages and to create semantic code.
We analyze 5 pro websites for their design techniques and then apply these techniques to a DotNetNuke skin.
This tutorial is available as a 40 page PDF book to subscribers of DNN Creative Magazine.