Included is a link to the DotNetNuke user manual for version 6.1. DotNetNuke is commonly called DNN and is the leading Content Management System for asp.NET open source websites. Extremely powerful tools and modules ready to be deployed! Use this DNN Version 6.1 user guide to help answer any questions you have about the system start to finish.
As a locally owned Vail, CO newspaper magazine, SneakPEAK is dedicated to providing vital information regarding the Vail Valley and surrounding areas to local residents and vacationers alike. SneakPEAK Provides a key communication link between local businesses and consumers, as well as local business-to-business communication. Because of the custom Colorado website design and development tools they are now uniquely positioned to deliver the marketing awareness that all local businesses need in order to be successful.
Based in Austin, TX, Healthcare Internet Marketing needed a team of web professionals to execute their new weight loss partner portals for regional hospitals. One-Resolution go to work quickly bringing their vision to life. The tools developed for their website design and webware allows for online customers to submit their information and automatically detect their region based on zip code. Once submitted the system will detect what hospitals would be good candidates for their needs and then contacts the proper hospital with all necessary information. Project can be found here online: http://www.austinweightlossdoctors.com
Another great Colorado Website Design and Development Project recently launched by One Resolution - www.swimwithbrook.com! Site includes a full content management system developed in dotnetnuke, online registration tools and more! If you are in the Vail Valley and in need of swim lessons for kids or adults, be sure to check out Brook Richards and her great lessons at www.swimwithbrook.com!
One Resolution was happy to help out our local community, teachers, and school children by donating a site for a great cause. www.yeson3b.com is an Eagle County, Colorado November 2011 ballot issue to support a mill levy override.