Looking for a Chicargo hair salon New to your area and need to find a stylist? You have come to the right place! You can filter the search by selecting as few or as many fields as you would like. For example, select "Michigan" in the "state" field and "Royal Oak" in the "city" field and click submit to view all of the stylists who have signed up with us and work in that city. Can’t remember your stylist’s last name? Simply enter your stylist’s first name and click submit. If your stylist is a member on our website, his or her name will appear on the search result page. Simply click on their name… Read More »Chicago hair salon
Problem You are running the InteractiveWebs DNN word editor on a website. You upgrade your DNN site (usually past an early DNN 5 release) to a later DNN 5 release. After updating your DNN website, the word editor fails to publish and reports: HTML Module requires updating. Install ‘HTML 040802k PA.zip’ or higher to your website to re-enable word editing’. If you browse to: www.yourwebsite.com//desktopmodules/html/publishtoweb.asmx You will see: The type ‘PublishToWeb’ is ambiguous: it could come from assembly ‘C:\Inetpub\vhosts\yourwebsite.com\httpdocs\bin\App_SubCode_HTMLService.DLL’ or from assembly ‘C:\Inetpub\vhosts\yourwebsite.com\httpdocs\bin\DotNetNuke.Modules.Html.DLL’. Please specify the assembly explicitly in the type name. Description: An unhandled exception occurred during the execution of the current web request. Please review the stack trace for more information about the… Read More »HTML Module requires updating. Install "HTML 040802k PA.zip
We have an instructional video published to help new users install a DotNetNuke module to a DNN 5 + website. The module shows you the simple steps you need to follow to install any of our DotNetNuke Modules. See the instructions in installing a DotNetNuke Module in DNN 5 +
We had a site with the Alive Media Player showing it’s flash video on a page over the top of our DotNetNuke Tell My Friend Module. This is a typical error with flash when used on some browsers with Jquery. IE8 and the latest Firefox for example. The solution is the set the flash layer into a transparent mode. In the Alive Module, they make this easy with a “Wmode” attribute setting. Set it to transparent and you are good to go with InteractiveWebs Tell My Friend DotNetNuke Module.