Updating modules can be a more involved process than installing or removing modules.
Follow the steps closely, as they are necessary to ensure the stability of your website.
Be sure to read and understand all module specific requirements before proceeding with the updates.
Your website's database contains all of its content, as well as all of its settings and configuration.
Is Checked Out) // Gets a page named 'On Roasts' Tree Node page = Document Helper.
First Object; // Checks if the page is checked-out if (page.
Authenticated User); // Gets an existing page in the "en-us" culture Tree Node page = tree.
= null) // Creates a new instance of the Tree provider Tree Provider tree = new Tree Provider(Membership Context.
// Checks whether the page is already checked-out if (! Is Checked Out) // Gets the latest edited version of article pages stored under the '/Articles/' path // The pages are retrieved from the Dancing Goat site and in the "en-us" culture var pages = Document Helper. For example, United States presidential election, 2008 will need to be updated on November 4, 2008 (election), December 15, 2008 (electoral college), January 6, 2009 (tallying), and January 20, 2009 (inauguration), although this specific article is unlikely to need such reminders.If appears on a page, please edit the page to update the information and, as appropriate, delete the "update after" indicator or reset it to the next date the information needs to be updated.To update a module that's used by your website: ) that come with the module's installation file (tarball or zip)for any module-specific update instructions.This is typically necessary when updating modules that involve the usage of third party libraries.