Welcome to DotNetNuke’s Community Edition Issue Tracker.
Before you report an issue or recommend an enhancement, please review the following guidelines:
Always search the Issues database first. The odds are high that if you've found a problem, someone else has found it, too. Please help us manage issues better by not logging duplicate issues.
Issues and Enhancements ONLY. The Issue Tracker is not a support or trouble ticket system. General support for DotNetNuke’s Community Edition is offered through DotNetNuke’s online Forums.
What to Say. When entering an issue please use the following format:
Create an issue with a meaningful title
Brief Description of Issue:
Clear Steps to Reproduce:
If the product is crashing, include a trace log or stack dump (be sure to copy and paste all of the cryptic error codes and line numbers included in the results).
If you don't understand an error message, ask for help on our Forums. There are a lot of places you can ask for help in understanding what is going on before you can claim that an error message you do not understand is an issue. General support for DotNetNuke’s Community Edition is offered through DotNetNuke’s online Forums.
Don't report issues about old versions. Every time a new version of DotNetNuke is released, many issues are fixed. You should upgrade to the latest version to make sure the issue you are experiencing still exists, or at least test with the latest version.
Only report one problem in each issue report. If you have encountered two issues that don't appear to be related, create a new issue report for each one. This makes it easier for different people to help with the different issues.