Will "the Mighty" Strohl

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My name is Will Strohl. I'm a former employee of DNN Corp., a leader, personal branding expert, technologist, gamer, and more...

Content Management System (CMS) Comparison

A recent blog post on the DotNetNuke web site prompted me to investigate in a bit more detail...

HOW TO: Update Settings in All Instances of a Single DNN Module

Although we would never want it to happen, we occasionally need to update the Module Settings for all instances of a specific module throughout a DotNetNuke (DNN) portal. There are times when a DNN web site grows to be so large that there are modules and pages all over the place, and the prospect of updating every single instance of a module is just not realistic. That all changes with a simple SQL Query!

HOW TO: Clear the Cache in DotNetNuke (DNN)

Although for many of you, it may be very elementary as to how you would clear the cache in DotNetNuke (DNN), this is simply not the case for everyone out there. It is for this reason that I thought it would be a good idea to blog about it.

HOW TO: Implement a Client-Side Form on .Net Apps

There are times when you need to incorporate a client-side form on your web form, user control, or DNN module. As you probably already know, this will not work. By default, ASP.Net doesn't allow child forms anymore.

SQL Saturday was great!

Well, I just got back home from SQL Saturday in Heathrow, FL. It was a really great event! For it being the first one, it was well organized and had a great array of topics.

Orlando DotNetNuke User Group

User Groups often have a bad stigma of not being productive and just being a "geek" meeting. Well, this doesn't have to be true. Such organizations can often be very productive and conducive to an entire industry, and your career.

Long Overdue Blog: A GREAT day in Lake County, FL

A while back, the family and I had a wonderful day. Despite the scorching hot weather, we made the best of it and had a very inexpensive yet memorable time.

Google Toolbar Button for DotNetNuke®

I don't know about you, but I am an avid user of the Google Toolbar buttons, as well as the DotNetNuke web site. Well, if you use the DNN web site as much as I do, you either have the addresses in memory on your address bar, quick link or short cut buttons, bookmark links, etc. Well, I came up with another way...