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Building Websites with DotNetNuke 5 by Ian Lackey, Michael Washington

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Understanding DotNetNuke pages and tabIDs

As we have been navigating through different pages, you may have noticed that the page address changed; however, this is a bit of an illusion. While browsing through the pages, the page name displayed in the address bar closely resembles the title of the page. For example, while on the home page, the page name in the address bar is Home.aspx. This is because DotNetNuke uses dynamic page generation to render the correct information for each page. In a nutshell, the DotNetNuke framework uses the page name displayed in the address bar to determine which information to display.

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You will see that some of the screenshots in this book, as well as other pages on your DotNetNuke portal refer to something called ...

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