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Installation & Activation

Installing skin at Host level

Dixit Installation is same as any other standard Dotnetnuke skin Install.

You must be logged in as host/Superuser to install new extensions. Navigate to Host > Extensions and select "Install Extension Wizard" from action menu.

Watch the videos below to quickly install the skin on your DotNetNuke Site.

Note: If you copy the exact same installation (files + db) to the production server then you can activate skin on your dev server, you will not get any licensing issue. You can also use the skin without activating it as it will never expire on your localhost with a portal alias that begins with http://localhost.

Installing skin at Portal level

The only possible way of installing the skin at Portal level is to manually copy the files from package to Portal folder.
  • Extract at portal level (/Portals/PortalId/Skins/Dixit/)
  • Extract at portal level (/Portals/PortalId/Containers/Dixit/)
  • Copy Mandeeps.DNN.Modules.Licensing.dll and Mandeeps.DNN.Skins.Dixit.dll (package > bin/) to your site bin/ folder.

Adding WOFF MIME Type

Please ask your hosting company or web administrator to add the WOFF (application/x-woff) so the appropriate fonts can be used. If you're managing the server yourself then please refer to instructions below:-

Adding MIME Types (IIS 6.0)
  • In IIS Manager, right-click the local computer, and click Properties.
  • Click the MIME Types button.
  • Click New.
  • In the Extension box, type .woff as a file name extension.
  • In the MIME type box, type application/x-woff as a description.
  • Click OK.

Adding MIME Types (IIS 7.0)
  • Open IIS Manager and navigate to the level you want to manage.
  • In Features View, double-click MIME Types.
  • In the Actions pane, click Add.
  • In the Add MIME Type dialog box, type .woff as a file name extension in the File name extension text box.
  • Type application/x-woff as a MIME type in the MIME type text box.
  • Click OK.

How to import portal template?

After importing Portal template into DNN 7.1.0 or above you will need to add File Manager module, please follow the steps below:-

1) Navigate to File Management (Admin > File Management)
2) Modules > Add New Module > Digital Asset Management
3) Module > Settings > Module Title (File Manager) > Save

Watch the video below to quickly import portal template on your DotNetNuke site.

Or follow the below steps:-

Step 1: You will need to increase the executionTimeout to 900 in web.config as below:-

httpRuntime shutdownTimeout="1200" executionTimeout="900" useFullyQualifiedRedirectUrl="true" maxRequestLength="12288" requestLengthDiskThreshold="12288" requestValidationMode="2.0"

Step 2: Copy portal template files to Root/Portals/_default/.


Step 3: Admin > Site Wizard > Next > Select "Dixit" template > Select "Replace" radio button > Next


Step 4: Select "InnerHtml" skin and "Title_h4" container for your template.



How to import page template?

You can import new or existing page as follows:-
  • Admin > File Manager > Templates
  • Upload page template file you want to import (

File Manager

Importing New Page
  • Pages > Add New Page
  • Select page template you uploaded (Page Template) > Add Page

Import New Page

Importing Existing Page
  • Locate to your page you want to import in.
  • Pages > Import Page
  • Select page template you uploaded (Template) > Import

Import Existing Page

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