Not been a Facebook junkie, I ran into this post in Portuguese (thanks Bing translator) and found that people apparently like to add pages to Facebook and share them with friends.
ELMAH on BlogEngine 2.0, the easy way. Just got an email asking about how to install ELMAH on BlogEngine.NET 2.0:
If you are .NET developer you no doubt heard about NuGet – this little package manager rapidly becoming a big deal in .NET open source community. There is a lot to like about it, and if you want to learn more go subscribe to Phil, Scott Hanselman or Scott Guthrie blogs to stay on top
If you ever wanted to develop BlogEngine on Linux, it has never been easier. To get started, download latest source code from this fork and copy it to the directory on your Linux machine.
I’ve been experimenting with different configurations for spam protection lately and want to share results which may be interesting to other bloggers.
I have updated Picasa extension for BlogEngine.NET 2.0. If you haven’t use it before, take a look at instructions here, the way it works didn’t change much. I made it better match new admin UI, but functionality stays very much the same.
Go to hosting dashboard/content/IIS management and click “create” link. This is an interface GoDaddy provides you to create virtual directory for your ASP.NET application. Give a name for directory and don’t forget to check “set application root” – this is akin to “configure virtual directory as application” in IIS world
BlogEngine 2.0 is .NET 3.5 application, but you can use it with .NET framework 4.0 with little effort by compiling source code as .NET 4.0 assembly. You can do it with free Visual Web Developer Express 2010 which can be downloaded as stand alone or installed with MS web platform installer, whichever you prefer. Here is short walk through.
In this part we'll get menu working. BlogEngine supports “pages” – pages are different in that they don’t belong to post list, don’t support comments and can have parent/child relationship. In short, this is a way to turn your blog into CMS (content management system) or combine blog and CMS on the same site.
This is a second in the series of tutorials on theme building with BlogEngine (go to part one). This time I’ll get search functionality up and running. BlogEngine has search widget and server-side control to add search really easy to the blog
With summer behind us, you might want to change things a little bit to celebrate a new season. Like buy a new shoes or, may be, change a theme on the blog. I decided to do the later. My schedule is quiet busy, so I’ll do it in several steps and will share tips, tricks and findings with anybody interested.