I have created a blog application with ASP.NET MVC and MSSQL. I must say, i really enjoyed the process of creating an application with ASP.NET MVC. Clean URLS(with URL routing), No view States and so on.
BUT i was wondering how would this would have been done if i choose web-form style coding? will the aspx would be created in the fly as i create a article.(take this url for ex: [URL]) though the URL is not clean but still makes sense. if yes then what about its corresponding cs file? if no how is the URL so clean?
I'm want to make a BLOG site and that should be fully Dyanmic.Means from Questions to answers all should be fully Dyanmic but need admin approval to post.can you share some links where i can get more about this.
I am just planning to create a blog type of web application. But i am not understanding how do i rewrite url's? say suppose site is xyz.com then when some user registers with name of T then he can visit blog at T.xyz.com? As you can see the url's will keep on changing dynamically.
I don't want to keep creating sub domains for each new user joined on the site. How can i achieve this?
I'm an ASP.NET newbie, but not so new at programming in general.
I'm creating a commercial website, and I want to allow an admin to add new articles (an article consists of text, images and various properties such as category).
I am trying to decide the optimal Modus Operandi. This site is commercial, so SEO is a major consideration. This means that I want each url to be "unique". That is, if someone navigates to an article about raccoons, he should be redirected to [URL]. This means - I can't have one page that loads the appropriate article dynamically a-la AJAX (gotta use deep-linking)
So how exactly do I do this? suppose the admin entered his text, uploaded the images and set the article properties. I create a new subfolder, save the images to the server (I understand that saving images to a DB is a big no-no), their addresses in a DB, and the content itself to the DB. But now what?
How do I go about creating the actual page?
Is there a function for creating a new aspx file? then what about its corresponding cs file? Or is it unwise to use aspx? Maybe plain html? but then how does it work with my site's master page? Or maybe just create another copy of a general aspx file which is populated with an article according to a parameter?
I want to write a page where user's can write a blog post and publish it to the blog. I've downloaded blog engine .NET and looked at the code and I like the way they do it, but it's completely an overkill of what I need. What I need is only a title, author, date, and the blog post it self. I don't even want users to post comments or anything like that. My approach is to save all those blog post information into an xml and then when a page loads it loops around those xml files to show the blog post.
What's the best ASP.NET MVC based blog engine out there which is ready to deploy? I am guessing there are no MVC blog engines which are comparable with WebForms based blog engines like dasBlog, BlogEngine and subText? I think Oxite is a dead end and Orchid is more like a CMS.Looking for an engine which can do these:
RSS feeds support anti comment spam functionality like support for Akismet comment post approval support Some kind of theming if possible
I have a website that I would like to integrate a blog into. I have seen lots of options available and not sure which one to jump into. What I want to do is have the most recent post on my home page and have users navigate to www.mysite.com/blog to see all posts. I would also like to have a sidebar on the homepage with links to 10 most recent posts.Where should I start? Should I use wordpress or an asp.net engine? Should I use rss feeds to get information to homepage?
I want to have a blog feature in my website.Website is built using .net 3.5 MVC with fluent Nhibernate.Don't want anything fancy, just something which lets me post content and can provide archives and grouping of content
I have a website and i have a Google Blog . i want my website to display the activities of my google blog in my website. What i want exactly is to embed my Blog into my ASP.NET website. This Should include the Comments and their Updates.
I am working on a project. I need to allow user to comment on pictures - like a blog. For example, if you like a picture, you post your comment on the pictures and say why you like. When the user type a comment in the text box, how do I put it under the pictures? Also, if two people were to post comments, how do I know where the first comment ends and where to start posting the second comments? Also, how do I know when the page is full and start a new page?
I want to change the way my blogs are displayed on my website. I currently use a seperate table in SQL to hold them and do a loop and replace.
All I really need to do is have a code that can be translated into real HTML in the blog code. I need to know the image name and the css class.
I was thinking is it possible to have somthing like this in a blog stored in the DB
<img L 1234.jpg> and use regex to match it and change it ton<img src="1234.jpg class="imgleft">
I know it looks like well why not just use the long code and not use regex, but I have a method that gets in the image path from the image name with padding. So in this case the image path would be 000/000/001/234/1234.jpg
I would have more then one occurance in the original string so would need to either somehow replace them all at once or use the regex to loop through untle they have all be matched
is something like this possible or do I need a different approach