Each attendee will be guided through the process of managing existing content within a DNN website as well as learn how to add new pages and content to a DNN website. Additionally, students will become familiar with several common DNN core modules. By the end of the day, a new user can expect to have experience managing and maintaining a DNN site as an admin and content editor.
Training objectives will include managing and adding content to a DotNetNuke website, managing modules on a page, creating pages, creating and assigning permissions and the day to day tasks of working within DotNetNuke as a content manager.
Instructor [Dustin Peterson]
Dustin Peterson, Managing Director of 10 Pound Gorilla and Owner of Clear Graphix LLC, has always been an entrepreneur. He started his first business at the age of 14, mowing lawns. Four years later, he had 38 clients a week and money in his savings account.
A short time after studying graphic design at the University of Kansas, Dustin was introduced to DNN in 2004 and began working with it on a daily basis. Over the years, Dustin has watched the framework evolve and has worked with many third party modules and vendors in the DNN community. He strives to find creative ways to leverage DNN’s CMS, the modules and themes to increase efficiency. Dustin’s goal: to make sure clients can update and maintain their websites without many challenges.
“Web admins should focus on their job,” he says. “For most, that involves adding and managing content, not designing it. It’s my job to design the site and set it up in a way that’s accessible and easy for my clients.”
If he’s not sipping on an iced tea at a local coffee shop or co-working space in Denver, you’ll find Dustin outside in the Colorado sunshine, playing soccer, mountain biking, or traveling.