What are you doing here? There couldn't possibly a problem, could there? Ok, these things happen and this is as good a place as any to look for the solution. We will troubleshooting SunBlogNuke problems but please see "FAQs" for further questions.
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we recently purchased the Sunblognuke module.when ever i am trying to add a comment to an entry blog it is redirecting to the same page with the same view .ex:- In blog page i have two entries... "Entry 1" "Entry 2" ...when i click on the Comments under "Entry 1" it just takes me back to the same view state as earlier.FYI, i had checked the option to allow comments by all
Hi,Using SunblogNuke V22.214.171.124 for my dnn website.()how can i allow users to "Register" themselves from the blog page? Is that only achieved by leaving a comment (with a Nick name & Email)? When i checked through Admin panel->Users..... i only found "Assign New Users" with only username and role (NO password nothing)Baldwin, can you please look into this.
Nick,Now our blogging module doesn't support the feature which allows users to "Register" themselves from the blog page. Maybe you can implement a sub module with extending it and that will be done by us in future. Hope it makes sense.Kind RegardsBaldwin
We've turned off comments, so on each post, the following appears where the comments entry would be: "Comments are closed for this post, but if you have spotted an error or have additional info that you think should be in this post, feel free to contact us." We don't want to enable comments at all for this client - how can we remove this text?
@Bill Now you can find out the resource key 'closeComments' of this text in the localization file $ROOT\DesktopModules\SunBlog\Views\App_LocalResources\ViewEntry.ascx.resx. And make it empty. Note that you can do it with the DNN core localization panel. Hope it helps. If you need any help you can contact us via email and we will help you out. Regards Baldwin
Hi, Using SunblogNuke v.5.6 for my website i am facing this error A critical error has occurred. Failed to map the path '/App_LocalResources/ControlBase.ascx.resx'. while looking blog entry (blog detail page). Can you please help me for this.
@Shift Digita Please contact us vie email and we will help you. Maybe we will require you set up a host account to check it out. Hope it helps. BTW, and next time raise your request in our forum. Thanks . Regards Baldwin
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