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I would like to use WordPress as my blog engine, but it is based on PHP.
I wonder if there is a dot net version of it which provides the same feature as well as the same look.
Can anyone point me to a link where I can install VSE 2008?
I can't seem to find it anymore, the one on the MS site downloads and install VSE 2010.
I don't think version 2010 is compatible with the work I've done in 2008? Or is it?
Im running a query where it selects a property from the user with the matching username but i dont know how to find out the username of the currently loggedin user.
I'm currently creating a program that accesses a mysql package to add data to a few tables. I'm currently getting an error that says "
These lines are
42: INSERT INTO WP_PROJECTS_USERS (PROJECT_USERS_ID, FIELD_UNIT_ID, PROJECT_ID, USER_ID, START_DATE, DESCRIPTION)
and 177:add_team_members(V_PROJECT_ID, V_START_DATE, v_FISC_YEAR, V_MEMBERS ,V_NUM_MEMBERS,'add');
Checking these variables in my asp.net page they are all receiving parameters.
Is there a way to see what the database is actually receiving from the asp.net page?
Or is there another thing to be looking at?
I use msdeploy to install my web app. deployment package. everything about web app works, but find out email was not working.
I checked telnet smtp is running.
I debug the project, and it was sending out email too.
So my solution was upload the whole project (not complied) to wwwroot, and email works too. Thats why I assume the deployment cause the problem.
at last, I also tried to copy the web deployment web.config to replace the project's web.config, and the email also work, so it wasn't the web.config problem.
Could anyone tell me whats going on?
.net framework 4.0
how to create a mobile version of a website?Is there any server support needed?How does the browser detect whether the url is accessed via mobile device or a PC?
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