(Gawkwire) – PackFlash, DotNetNuke module developers, just released the newest version of their DotNetNuke Events module. This latest version provides integration to the core DNN Social Functionality that was released with DNN 6.2. New functionality in the Events module allows anyone creating an event the option to post a message to their personal journal on their DotNetNuke website at the time that the event is published to the website. The user will also be provided the option to post to any or all of their social group journals at the same time, the option to include a personalized message, and the ability to set the visibility of the post. The new DNN 6.2 includes similar functionality when a user manually posts to the DNN social journals in the core product.

The DotNetNuke Events module is a part of the Constellation product family. The Constellation Module Suite consists of eight DNN modules that are closely tied together. The modules can be purchased individually or together as a complete solution. This level of module integration is unique in the DNN marketplace. The Constellation module suite currently consists of Events, Gallery, Slideshow, Video, Friendly URLs, Mega Drop-Down Menu, Comment and News & Blog module for DotNetNuke. The Events Module is a solution for providing calendars and list of events. The module can group corporate events, webinars, tradeshow sessions, or training classes. Grouping allows events to be published to the website at the same time.

In addition to the Events Module, Constellation version 3.3 adds identical DotNetNuke Social integration to the News & Blogs, Gallery, and Video modules. The PackFlash Comments and Ratings module has been augmented to provide users with the ability to share comments on any item in the system. A new module has also been added to the Constellation suite called PackFlash Collections that will allow users to save and manage items, including image galleries, to their personal libraries. Also new to the suite is the ability to specify a template-driven tooltip on any list view allowing the user to see more details than what is on the page. Using recent functionality to the Mega Menu Module for specifying “Smart nodes”, users now have the ability to display category hierarchies from other PackFlash modules within a mega menu rather than the typical limitation of DotNetNuke pages.

Significant improvements have also been extended to the Friendly URLs and SEO module in version 3.3 of PackFlash’s DotNetNuke Modules. The Constellation suite now benefits from universal re-writing functionality that can be used to provide friendly URLs for dynamically generated without requiring integration. As long as the URLs are using standard DNN conventions, the URLs will be re-written including links generated from PackFlash modules, DNN core modules, and 3rd party modules.

About PackFlash

PackFlash is a DNN Web Content Management System (CMS) module developer based out of Chicago. Founded in 2008, PackFlash develops modules that the DNN CMS world has never seen before. Visit packflash.com for more information.

About DotNetNuke (DNN)

DNN software is used by developers, designers and business people to provide an efficient way of building and maintaining websites. DNN is the number one solution to Web Content Management in the Microsoft ecosystem with over 700,000 websites launched globally using our products. The online store increases efficiency by offering over 10,000 apps and add-ons that maximize our product. The City of Denver, Bose, Cornell University, Glacier Water, Pier One Imports, El Camino Hospital and True Value are just some of the thousands of organizations that use DNN to launch highly engaging business critical websites. There have been over 7 million downloads of our open source project which fuels an active global community one million strong. In fact, DotNetNuke Corp. was named as one of the fastest growing private companies in America on the 2011 Inc. 500 list. Headquartered in San Mateo, California, with offices in Vancouver and Amsterdam, DNN was created by Sierra Ventures, August Capital and Pelion Venture Partners. For more information, please visit dotnetnuke.com.



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