Project Description
Test your DotNetNuke Skins with this example content + Portal Template

Issue in DNN 7.0.0
In DNN 7.0.0 one test page will not work because of this DNN issue: http://support.dotnetnuke.com/issue/ViewIssue.aspx?ID=23127&PROJID=2
This is fixed in DNN 7.0.1

DotNetNuke Skin Test Content

This package contains content to test the CSS / Stylesheets of your skin.
It is content you can copy or import into an HTML module to see if all the "expected" elements and classes have been defined "correctly"

The elements that are in the test are H1-h6, bold, strong, italic, lists, and some DNN default classes like: .Head, .SubHead etc.
There are 2 packages:

40FINGERS Skin Test Portal Template
I have been using this Skin Test Portal Tempate for serveral years now.
For all the major issues I found I have adde a test.
If you have any suggestions, please let me know.

Demo: demo.40fingers.net/skintesttemplate


This portal Template contains several tests, including the one blow (the HTM file), but also adds:
- Image Float in text test.
- Excess content test
- Menu Items Test (short and very long menu subitems)
The pages contain descriptions of the test and in some cases how to correct the issue.

Use:
1. Unzip the Download
2. Upload both files to your Portals/_Default folder.
3. Create a site using this Template.
Alternatively you can overwrite existing portal using the Admin > Site Wizard
Because this template is generated on DNN 5.6.3 you can get an error in DNN 6, that the Minimal Extropy skin cannot be found, once you open the "new" site.
Simply assign your own skin and container for the Portal and you should be fine.

Tested on DNN 5.6.3 & DNN 6.0


40FINGERS Skin Test HTML
Raw HTML Content to paste in the source view of the HTML editor (works for all versions of DNN)
Use:
1. Open the htm file in a text editor
2. Select all text and copy the text
3. In DNN Place an HTML module on a page
4. Edit the content of the Module
5. Switch to source view in the editor
6. Paste the text you copied before
7. Save the HTML module

  • If you think there are elements or classes missing, please post them and I'll add them.*


Timo Breumelhof,
DotNetNuke Core Team Member - 40FINGER.NET

Last edited Jun 18, 2013 at 9:24 AM by Timo_Design, version 13