Using the HTML module

The HTML module is a very simple module but it offers a lot of possibilities. Think of it as an HTML file you can put inside a container on your DNN page. Whatever code you put in the module will be interpreted just like an HTML file placed on the web server.

On the positive side, this means your HTML module can contain the same kind of code you would find in any HTML file: HTML, JavaScript, VBScript, even JQuery. On the negative side, as the HTML module sits inside the DNN page, it means there are some important limitations to what the HTML module can do. The principal consideration is that whatever code you place in the HTML module must play nice with the all the other code running on the page outside of your module. It ...

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