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By Albert Sala on Saturday, January 14, 2012
DotNetNuke default pane container

In DotNetNuke you can configure the containers used for modules at different places. One of the options is to fix the container in a given pane from the skin definition. This can save a lot of time when adding new modules to the site if you know in advance that all modules in a given pane should share the same design.

This is commonly used, for example, in a media pane, where you will always include images for banner purposes.
By PSDtoDNN . on Monday, March 21, 2011
PSDtoDNN video on how to insert a new DNN module and position it between 2 existing modules within a pane.
By PSDtoDNN . on Monday, February 14, 2011
Short PSDtoDNN video covering the steps involved in adding a module to your website pages through the admin control panel.
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