Using: .Net 4.0/C#/VS 2010 Express/ASP.NetImplemented the Routing as described here: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc668202(VS.90).aspx.Here is my application: I have created a blog, the main page of which is called "default.aspx." Default.aspx contains a series of links to posts, each with a unique link. To get to an individual post, I utilize routing, using this URL format: http://localhost:55074/WebSite3/2010/9/15/this-is-a-test-post~4. i parse the URL to get the year/month/date of the post, as well as the post title.This works fine.The problem occurs when I go to an individual post.All the links are broken.For example, I have a link at the top that takes you back to default.aspx (in the html, I have the link set up like this: <a href="default.aspx">Home</a>), except that now the link takes me here: http://localhost:55074/WebSite3/2010/9/15/default.aspx.Obviously, there are no 2010, 9, or 15 subdirectories, and default.aspx is in the root directory.Also, when I load an individual post, Request.Url.AbsolutePath returns this: /WebSite3/2010/9/15/this-is-a-test-post~4.thanks.
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