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Building Websites with DotNetNuke 5 by Ian Lackey, Michael Washington

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Chapter 3. Users, Roles, and Pages

One of the most important aspects of running a DotNetNuke portal is trying to figure out how to administer the portal. From adding modules to working with users, it may take a while before you have mastered all the administration tasks associated with running a portal. The next few chapters are designed to give you a general understanding of how things work, and also to act as a reference for the tasks you have to perform only on an occasional basis. This chapter will familiarize you with managing users and pages within your portal.

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DotNetNuke uses a few terms that may be unfamiliar at first. For example, the term "portal" can be used interchangeably with the more common term "site". Similarly, the terms "tab" ...

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