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PackFlash, the developer of superior modules for the DotNetNuke Content Management System, has just released the newest version of its PackFlash DotNetNuke Gallery Module. This latest version allows for image galleries to be shared across websites.
Chicago, IL (PRWEB) May 20, 2012
DotNetNuke module developer, PackFlash, has just released an new version of their DNN Gallery Module, which is a solution for providing a organized image galleries within sites built on top of the DotNetNuke platform. This new version of the Gallery module has the capability to tie 2 or more websites together and share the image galleries between those sites.
When galleries are shared, they are represented as if they belong to the current site. The user is not forced to switch sites as they would be if the content sharing was accomplished via RSS feeds. This is a much better experience for the user. Appropriate controls are provided so that content administrators can select determine criteria for what galleries are shared or kept unique to a particular site. One application of this feature is for a business that micro-sites for each category and another that includes all of the categories. PackFlash’s DNN Gallery module makes this type of implementation possible.
While the PackFlash DNN Gallery module can be purchased on its own, it also exists as part of the Constellation suite of modules. Constellation is a combination of eight DotNetNuke modules that are bundled together, and which are integrated in a way that is unique in the world of DNN. The suite includes News & Blogs, Image Gallery, Slideshow, Friendly URLs, Mega Drop-Down Menu, Comments, Videos and Events Module for DotNetNuke. The Gallery module’s purpose within the suite is to handle the particular needs of displaying image galleries and images in multiple formats.
"The Gallery Module, one of PackFlash’s newest products, is a natural extension of our product suite. PackFlash is just getting started with the integration of the modules to each of the DNN Modules in its Constellation Suite as well as the core functionality of DotNetNuke.” says the CEO of PackFlash, Chris Risner.
Version 3.2 of the PackFlash Constellation Modules also offers an important upgrade to the Friendly URL Module for DNN to support multi-site portal data sharing. The SEO Module does this by automatically detecting duplicate content, even across shared websites, and managed through the use of canonical meta tags. Owners of web sites don’t have to worry about getting penalized by search engines because of they are sharing content across their sites.
PackFlash is a developer of modules for the DotNetNuke Web Content Management System (CMS). Based in Chicago and founded in 2008, PackFlash produces superior, intuitive modules that push the functionality of the DotNetNuke CMS to new limits. For more information, please visit http://www.packflash.com.
DotNetNuke software is used by developers, designers and business people to quickly build and easily maintain websites of all kinds. We are the number one Web content management solution in the Microsoft ecosystem – over 700,000 websites have been deployed worldwide using our products. Our online store speeds up this process by offering over 10,000 apps and add-ons that quickly and easily extend our product. Thousands of organizations like True Value, Bose, Cornell University, Glacier Water, Pier One Imports, El Camino Hospital and the City of Denver have leveraged DotNetNuke to deploy 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. The rapid growth of our commercial products resulted in DotNetNuke Corp. being named as one of the fastest growing private companies in America on the 2011 Inc. 500 list. Founded in 2006 and funded by Sierra Ventures, August Capital and Pelion Venture Partners, DotNetNuke Corp. is headquartered in San Mateo, California, with offices in Vancouver and Amsterdam. For more information, please visit dotnetnuke.com.
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