This is part 2 on creating a responsive twitter bootstrap skin for DotNetNuke 7.
In this tutorial we will be building upon the Bootstrap skin we have created for DNN 7.
We will be working on the skin we created in the ‘Creating a Responsive Twitter Bootstrap Skin for DotNetNuke 7’ so it is important that you have followed that tutorial and have your bootstrap skin ready before we begin.
In this tutorial we will walk you through how to add some standard skin objects such as the logo, the new login-messages-notifications feature and the privacy, terms and copyright skin objects, and finally we will lead you through how to create a footer for our skin.
This video contains:
- Creating a new row for the portal logo
- Adding the portal logo to the skin
- How to add the user/login skin object to the skin
- Using jQuery to add the appropriate css classes to the user/login skin object
- How to remove the excess padding from the avatar image