DotNetNuke DNN 8 Update

cody
15 Posts
cody posted this 25 July 2016

Please vote for support for DNN 8 CMS. It has been available for a while and Themler needs updated to support the new updated version of DotNetNuke.

Please vote it up!

Please vote for support for DNN 8 CMS. It has been available for a while and Themler needs updated to support the new updated version of DotNetNuke. Please vote it up!
Vote to pay developers attention to this features or issue.
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Support Team
Support Team posted this 26 July 2016

Hi,

Yes, please, vote more as now there are only several requests and we can not implement this export option as it requires a lot of working hours but is not highly demanded among our customers.

Sincerely,
Hella

Hi, Yes, please, vote more as now there are only several requests and we can not implement this export option as it requires a lot of working hours but is not highly demanded among our customers. Sincerely, Hella
cody
15 Posts
cody posted this 26 July 2016

There is about to be even less people here to vote on it if it dont get some attention. DNN 7 is pretty much retired everyone is moving or has moved to DNN 8 so if you dont support it... who is going to buy it? Who can recommend it?

There is about to be even less people here to vote on it if it dont get some attention. DNN 7 is pretty much retired everyone is moving or has moved to DNN 8 so if you dont support it... who is going to buy it? Who can recommend it?
Support Team
Support Team posted this 27 July 2016

Hi,

Currently we have a very low number of DNN users. And only a part of them voted for DNN 8. At this time we do not see the point in spending a large amount of resources on DNN 8 compatibility. We'll consider this task again if we receive more votes.
BTW, one of our customers reported that he managed to install Themler theme on DNN 8.03. And it works for him, but without Logo and may be something more. Unfortunately I don't know details. He reported an issue with Logo only.

Thank you,
Olivia

Hi, Currently we have a very low number of DNN users. And only a part of them voted for DNN 8. At this time we do not see the point in spending a large amount of resources on DNN 8 compatibility. We'll consider this task again if we receive more votes. BTW, one of our customers reported that he managed to install Themler theme on DNN 8.03. And it works for him, but without Logo and may be something more. Unfortunately I don't know details. He reported an issue with Logo only. Thank you, Olivia
randerson
6 Posts
randerson posted this 27 January 2017

Ok, I'm sure I'm not the only one that is 'VERY' disappointed in the DotNetNuke support by Themeler. I was a huge fan (and owner) of your previous product, Artisteer, and used it all the time. I recommended it to anyone using DotNetNuke because it was so easy to create themes/skins. I didn't have to be a designer to come up with some pretty impressive Dnn skins.

Now you have a great new product that is less than useless to DotNetNuke developers. You talk about working hours to make it compatible with v8 (and now v9) and have decided it's not worth your time. What about the working hours that we, as Dnn developers, have to put into making themes/skins. Without a tool like Themeler, 'OUR' working hours for design are through the roof.

I don't think it's right that you just arbitrarily decided to exclude one of the most popular Asp.Net CMS packages because it may take you a few working hours go make it compatible. I think your management has very poor decision making skills and obviously don't understand the potential market. I feel I've really wasted all the money I've spent over the years purchasing your product (Artisteer). I purchased a subscription to Themeler in anticipation that you would eventually update your support for Dnn. I'm thinking that was promised in your original text but now I know I wasted my money on a product and company that sees fit to abandon a previously loyal customer base.

Ok, I'm sure I'm not the only one that is 'VERY' disappointed in the DotNetNuke support by Themeler. I was a huge fan (and owner) of your previous product, Artisteer, and used it all the time. I recommended it to anyone using DotNetNuke because it was so easy to create themes/skins. I didn't have to be a designer to come up with some pretty impressive Dnn skins. Now you have a great new product that is less than useless to DotNetNuke developers. You talk about working hours to make it compatible with v8 (and now v9) and have decided it's not worth your time. What about the working hours that we, as Dnn developers, have to put into making themes/skins. Without a tool like Themeler, 'OUR' working hours for design are through the roof. I don't think it's right that you just arbitrarily decided to exclude one of the most popular Asp.Net CMS packages because it may take you a few working hours go make it compatible. I think your management has very poor decision making skills and obviously don't understand the potential market. I feel I've really wasted all the money I've spent over the years purchasing your product (Artisteer). I purchased a subscription to Themeler in anticipation that you would eventually update your support for Dnn. I'm thinking that was promised in your original text but now I know I wasted my money on a product and company that sees fit to abandon a previously loyal customer base.
cody
15 Posts
cody posted this 05 February 2017

https://dnntracker.atlassian.net/secure/Dashboard.jspa

Great place to get a grip on any breaking changes that may happen or give them some community support love and help them make DNN better so it works with themlar. Seeing someone from Themlar at least trying to help out the DNN community edition I am certain it would be a win win situation as communities support communities. I wish DNN would just embed what you have into DNN so we dont even need to get out of DNN to edit our sites. You should make a themlar module that does this for DNN and sell it... I bet it would be a hit.

[https://dnntracker.atlassian.net/secure/Dashboard.jspa][1] [1]: https://dnntracker.atlassian.net/secure/Dashboard.jspa Great place to get a grip on any breaking changes that may happen or give them some community support love and help them make DNN better so it works with themlar. Seeing someone from Themlar at least trying to help out the DNN community edition I am certain it would be a win win situation as communities support communities. I wish DNN would just embed what you have into DNN so we dont even need to get out of DNN to edit our sites. You should make a themlar module that does this for DNN and sell it... I bet it would be a hit.
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