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I know what you’re thinking, “What do you mean, version 3.2 is out? I haven’t heard about version 3.1!” No worries…
Version 3.1 did come out and it was released, but none of the marketing materials went out to announce it.
I’m taking the initiative to announce both releases at this time. They are exciting releases too – with 3.1
offering support for variants in promotions and 3.2 supporting UPS Freight.
There has been a lot of talk in recent weeks about TLS compliance requirements. There’s good reason for this, because
notable vendors that are known for being on the forefront of security such as Authorize.net, PayPal, and UPS began
notifying their partners and vendors about two years ago. Everyone else began receiving similar notifications
about a year ago. What does this all mean though?
DNN Summit has a long history. It’s grown a lot since 2009, when I first founded the Day of DotNetNuke conference.
Back then, I used to speak at pretty much every user group and conference I could get to. I love public speaking.
I love helping people learn something new – or better – helping inspire people to try something they may have never
before considered. I took about 2 years off from speaking, and now… I’m back! I’ll be speaking at DNN
The Hotcakes Commerce community was recently restored a few months ago when version 3.0 was released. This was
welcomed with a lot of enthusiasm since our community was once very large and strong. There was a bit of gamification
in the previous community, and we wanted to ensure that we still had that kind of experience with the new one.
This article will help you get to know a bit more about the new community features that give you rewards.
When we think of eCommerce, it’s natural to think of Amazon.com, eBay, or one of the millions of small and large businesses selling “things” on the web. True enough. But let’s break down the basic elements of a good eCommerce website: