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Visual Web Developer 2005

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I didn't know where to post this at. So I just needed some help with this program. If any one can give a hand. Please let me know.

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Thank You

I use the IDE to create my aspx pages and every thing looks great until I copy them over to the server.

heres the 1st one I made.
http://topersbbs.dtdns.net/pronet/

Heres the 2nd one I made
http://topersbbs.dtdns.net/rewyou/

Haft of what I make is gone. and I get the text in the page.

Can you please tell me what I'm doing wrong. I just don't get it. I follow a long with the videos and create basic pages.

Joe

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Original post by Justin Rebuilt
Ask the server provider.


That would be me, and I have no idea. How do I check for that and what is IIS

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IIS = Internet Information Services

It's the web server that Microsoft provides for hosting of aspx files and much more. If you have the knowledge to upload files to your web server, surely you know what web server you installed?

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IIS = Internet Information Services

It's the web server that Microsoft provides for hosting of aspx files and much more. If you have the knowledge to upload files to your web server, surely you know what web server you installed?


Then I missed some thing then. Yes I do Apache Web Server 2.x+


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You have two choices at this point. One easy and work free or the other requires a bit of hacking on your part.

1) Install IIS 6.0 (if you're on XP) or IIS 7.0 (if you're on Vista) and host your .aspx files that way.

2) Modify Apache to accept .aspx extensions and rendering using this article as a guide: How to make Apache run ASP.NET

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