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Flat To Dynamic

Thousand Oaks Computer Club (California) moves its website from flat to dynamic

The Thousand Oaks Computer Club (California) website ( has moved from a flat site that was created with Dreamweaver to a dynamic site created using a “content management system” (aka CMS) using DotNetNuke ( ). DotNetNuke has a Microsoft SQL database on the back-end. They have also moved their website to because GoDaddy supports having a Microsoft SQL database at a reasonable price.

What does this mean to website visitors? Here are a few of the new features:

Those will be the immediate changes. Future features may include: