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DotNetNuke question about deploying

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Hey

I've installed DotNetNuke Starter Kit (4.3.4) together with visual web
developer 2005 express on my development computer

So now I'm able to create DotNetNuke portals using vwd.

But this is as I mention on my development computer with vwd. But what if I
have a client which have asked me to create a DotNetNuke site for them. They
of course want to the portal customized (layout designed by a advertisment
ageny). Here I see 2 options for doing this:

a)
Create the DotNetNuke portal (Starter Kit) using my development computer and
when I've finished (customized it) the portal then deploy the portal from
vwd (following the rutines in vwd for deploying portals). I deploy it to
client's server.

b)
First I install DotNetNuke Install (this is NOT the Starter Kit) on my
client server. Then I create a DotNetNuke portal (using the Starter Kit) on
my development computer. At my development computer I create templates and
skins etc required by the design. When I've done creating templates and
skins I copy my templates & skins onto client server.

These are the deployment techniques (a or b) I see for DotNetNuke portals. I
guess none of my deploy technigues are any good. Please guide me to correct
way of doing this.

Jeff
Aug 15 '06 #1
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These are the deployment techniques (a or b) I see for DotNetNuke portals.
I guess none of my deploy technigues are any good. Please guide me to
correct way of doing this.
What advice did they give you in the dedicated DotNetNuke forums...?
Aug 15 '06 #2

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