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DNN-related Snippets for SublimeText2

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DNN Snippets for SublimeText 2

These are snippets to quickly add common DNN tags when developing your DotNetNuke skins in Sublime Text 2 and Sublime Text (3).

Copy these files in to: %appdata%/Roaming/Sublime Text 2/Packages/DotNetNukeSnippets

To access the snippets, click on Tools > Snippets and type DNN to show the DotNetNuke snippets.

About the Snippets

There are two types of snippets. The first are built-in modules such as the search module and the ddr menu.

The second type are skin tokens. These are small bits of code you can put on your page to render database-level details about the page you are on. For example: <%=PortalSettings.ActiveTab.TabName %> will output the name of the page you are on.

A list of various dnn tokens boomerangdns.com.

A reference for Skin & Container objects Skinning Tool