Today was my session on how to create a skin for DotNetNuke® web sites. It was presented to the Orlando DotNetNuke® Users Group. I covered all of the initial materials that one would need to know in order to build their first skin, or even to make existing skins better.
First of all, I did arrive late. But I was lucky enough to get there prior to the opening topics being completed. Sorry everyone! Luckily, I brought cookies and candy, so everyone seemed to like that.
Unlike my last presentation, I feel that this one went pretty well. Although there were not as many questions as I would have liked, everyone appeared to be tuned in to what I was saying. Mike Webb from DnnSpired was a BIG help. He was on the spot, asking questions that others might have not known to ask, or to help clarify a point I was speaking to.
I ran right up to the end up to the end of our allotted time. I was pleased with some of the comments by folks when they were leaving. I know I wouldn't expect to hear the bad comments right then, but along with the comments, there was group applause and that is always a good sign.
Well, if you have any bad or constructive comments, I would actually like to hear those more than the good ones. So please do not hesitate to let me know. E-mail me or even comment in this blog entry. I do not mind.
I hope to see you at the next ODUG meeting, or even at any other event that I may be speaking at or attending.
If you attended todays session, here are the session files:
Have a good one!