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New version of Metro7 Skin released(free)

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Creator: host   9/27/2012 12:56:14 AM    Author: Matthias Schlomann   Source: http://www.dotnetnuke.com/Resources/Blogs/EntryId/3495/New-version-of-Metro7-Skin-package-released.aspx   Views: 2458    0    0  
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The next work will be done on the containers of the skin, where we want do a re-write of the code.

The Major changes in this packages are to the Skin controls:
  • changed using div instead of tables
  • changes PaneNames to using LeftPane, ContentPane, RightPane
  • added Visual Studio 2012 Support
  • Fixed width and height on the JQuery Pop for the Editor
  • Changed Navigation Provider to DDR Menu
  • Changed Manifestfile to DNN6
  • Changed DocType to HTML
  • Fixed issue on Metro7/PinkTitle.ascx with double Registration of the Actions.
  • Changed Source Folder structure to have the Project into a working DNN instance
  • Reworked Navigation to use DDR Menu Provider
  • modified LoginTokens to Support new social Features of DNN 6.2
  • Changed Containers from SolPartActions to DNN Actions
  • Fixed issue with webkit Browsers on LoginGroup
  • Fixed issue with the Bog 5.0 width on ContentPange (max-width:500px)

    You could download the new packages free on Codeplex or on the Extension Forge of DotnetNuke.


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