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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful
Enough content for a full book...? March 11 2008
By H. P. Chiosso - Published on Amazon.com
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The book is OK, there are some useful recommendations. However, the actual information about skin creation takes just a few chapters, and a good deal of the book is about DNN, installing DNN, they even throw in something about Silverlight. Which is useful, but probably not completely in the focus of the title, in my opinion.

Perhaps it would be nice to see more information about skin objects and container objects, with more information on how they look and how they can be configured. Or even discuss the appearence and skinning possibilities of some of the core modules.

The book seems to be targetting half way between developers and designers, and in that attempt may not result as useful as it could, to neither of them (too light for a developer, too technical for a designer). It does say "Programmer to programmer" in the subtitle, so the reader should consider himself warned about it. In any case, it would be nice to see a book like this, but aimed from a designer's perspective.
12 of 14 people found the following review helpful
Excellent How-To Jan. 7 2008
By B. Waldron - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
Let's face it - you don't use DNN for its good looks. The book was a great way for me to learn all of the customization options for DNN so I could build a great looking site.

The book has very believable practical examples and was glad to see a section about Silverlight.

If you are new to DNN, buy it.
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Stick with it Sept. 2 2008
By Kevin Ross - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
The first few chapters are painfully dry and appear to take you on a tour of DotNetNuke that you probably didn't want to take. Stick with it, you will find that the later parts of the book get practical and worth your time. The practical chapters are helpful, and will get you making your own skins very quickly.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
This Book Helped Me Alot Jan. 6 2009
By Douglas E. Helmsing - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
First off, I'm an utter "newbie" when it comes to web-design or development. This book opened the door for me when it comes to Skinning. I've since picked up a couple of books on HTML and CSS, and am on my way to building my own DNN Skins from scratch.

This book helped me to modify the couple of skins I had, and "whetted my appetite" to dig deeper. Good info for "newbs", and a helpful resource if your an experienced web-designer wanting to gain a grasp of the "Skinning Engine" in DotNetNuke.
0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Dotnetnuke skinning Aug. 13 2009
By Ebenezer Aniapam - Published on Amazon.com
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Very good book. Good the book on time. Seller was excellent and delivery was prompt.


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