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DigArticle 5 – Supports DNN 6.2 Journal, Taxonomy and more

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DigNuke.com is proud to announce the availability of DigArticle 5.  DigArticle 5 is a great DotNetNuke module to manage Articles, Blogs, News, or any other type of content.  Starting with DigArticle 5 there will be 2 builds of DigArticle.  One build will be for DotNetNuke 4.5.5 to DotNetNuke 6.1.5. Another build will be for DotNetNuke 6.2 and higher.  The DNN 6.2 version now supports some of the great new features in DNN 6 including:

  • Journal actions can be posted for different DigArticle actions.
  • Taxonomy support for global categorization of your articles
  • Client Resource Management for optimized serving of Javascript and CSS files


Adding on to our current integration with Facebook, Twitter and Active Social.  DigArticle can post actions to the DotNetNuke 6.2 Journal.  DigArticle can post for several actions including New Article, Vote Article, New Comment and Vote Comment.  The action text is template driven so you can make it to fit your needs or use the default template text.



DigArticle 5 now supports DNN Taxonomy for global classification of your articles.  You can also use the DigArticle Dashboard module to display articles filtering by select Taxonomy terms.


Client Resource Management

DigArticle 5 now uses the DNN 6 Client Resource Management for all  its Javascript and CSS files.  Combined with DigArticle’s speed, this feature will make loading of you Articles and Blog entries even quicker to the client.

Other great features in DigArticle 5

Newly redesigned Admin

The redesigned Admin makes setup and understanding of the many DigArticle features easy.  Any important notes or help is right there on the screen to help you best setup DigArticle. 


Newly redesigned Article Edit page

It has a cleaner easier to understand look and feel.  We reorganized the fields to make more sense as to how users enter their articles.  For example the different sections are now cleaner and easy to see.  The custom fields have been moved up in the article edit page to provide better flow.


A new Publish Information section will display on the article edit page.  It gives the user information on what will happen when an article is published.  It will also show them the workflow of the article after it is published.



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