Steps to add an Attachment Field to Feedback Designer Module for DotNetNuke. Select Configure Module Select Add Edit Form Items Enter a Name for the Field (Like Upload File, or Attachment etc.) Select Add – To add the filed to the Existing Form Items Use the up or down arrows to position the filed where you would like it. Back and back The result is a form with file upload ability. The attachment is sent as an email attachment. Please contact us for additional DotNetNuke Support requirements.
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If you see this error Could Not Load file or assembly NVelocity, Version=126.96.36.199, Culture-nutral, PublicKeyToken=null (Exception from HRESULT: 0x80131040) While using one of our DotNetNuke Modules. The solution is a simple one. Update all of the InteractiveWebs DotNetNuke Modules to the latest builds by downloading the latest release from here: http://www.interactivewebs.com/DotNetNukeModules/ModuleDownloads.aspx The Problem The problem stems from a change to some of the code library of some modules that share code with other modules. Updating all modules to the latest build will resolve this issue in all our modules.
Main Menu 1. From the module Main Menu, select MODIFY LOOK AND FEEL 2. Use the Text HTML editor to Modify the Introduction text that appears at the top of the public side of the Feedback module. This is uses standard DNN Text HTML editing. Form Item Layout Text/HTML 3. Here you will find the html code that lays out the form items in the public view. Using the HTML editor, select HTML view mode, and edit the HTML code directly to get the best results. The most common change it to edit the width of the table that displays all the form items to the public. To make the form wide and prevent items… Read More »Changing the Look and Feel
From the module menu (see the above help selection for installing the module to a page). 1. Select MODIFY EMAIL SETTINGS 2. Select CLICK HERE TO MODIFY THE SEND TO EMAIL ADDRESS 3. Select EDIT (just after the arrows) to edit the email address and name of the form. 4. Change the form name and email address as desired. Click UPDATE when done. 5. Select BACK TO FORM ITEMS 6. Select BACK TO MAIN MENU
Having installed the Module to your DNN site. 1. Login to your site with Host or Admin permissions. 2. Navigate to the page you wish to add a form to. 3. From the DNN module menu select FEEDBACK DESIGNER and the Pane Location. 4. Select ADD to add the module to the seelcted pane. 5. You will see a warning message advising that the module has yet to be configured. This message will only be seen one time. 6. From the Complete Feedback Designer menu on the module, select CONFIGURE MODULE. 7. You are now presented with the Module Menu. From her select the options you wish to edit by clicking the corresponding CLICK HERE.
DNN SMTP Settings DNN Websites have the ability to configure in the host settings an SMTP server. When a DNN email is generated from the DNN website, it will attempt to send mail through this SMTP server. In order that your DNN website can successfully send the email, the SMTP server must allow the email message to be received. Typically this is done in one of four ways. The SMTP server is configured for Open Relay (This should NEVER be done unless you have an external firewall blocking all external SMTP connections. Otherwise your mail server will become a spam server within hours) SMTP Authentication – Typically SMTP servers are configured to allow users with… Read More »Understanding SMTP in DotNetNuke
Note: Your Download Package Needs to be unziped before you start the install process. The file that is installed to the DNN site as a module is named with a “xxx PA.zip” 1. Login to your DNN site as a system HOST 2. Under the host menu, select MODULE DEFINITIONS 3. From the Module Definitions menu, select INSTALL NEW MODULE 4. BROWSE and select the Feedback Designer xx.xx.xx PA.ZIP file for uplad. Then select SAVE FILE. Note that in some cases you may need to extract this PA files from a password encripted package zip. 5. Check the list of processes that follows for RED warnings and errors. 6. Your module is ready to be… Read More »Installing The Module