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BOOK: ASP.NET Website Programming Problem-Design-Solution
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Old October 11th, 2004, 10:22 PM
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Default How many People are using this as a base

Just looking for a list of sites that are using this as their code base.

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google these:

c# version: "/Modules/Users/new.aspx"
            "/Modules/Forums/Default.aspx"
vb version: "/WebModules/Forums/Default.aspx"
            "/WebModules/Users/new.aspx"
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quote:Originally posted by englere
 google these:

c# version: "/Modules/Users/new.aspx"
            "/Modules/Forums/Default.aspx"
vb version: "/WebModules/Forums/Default.aspx"
            "/WebModules/Users/new.aspx"
My site is http://www.claudesplace.com, which has film reviews, video and audio interviews with actors and directors, and commentary from a gay perspective.

Those particular files may not be the best to search for. I had to rename Modules/Forums/Default.aspx to ForumsDefault.aspx because the debugger doesn't work right if there is more than one file with the same name. I also had a problem with /Modules/Users/new.aspx. I added a checkbox to confirm that the user is over 13 years old in order to conform with the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act. I found that AutoPostBack wouldn't work with a form named "new". I just changed the form id from "new" to "newUser" but others might rename the file.

<center>Changes</center>
I have made some significant changes to the database structure to accommodate a site divided by cities (like craigslist). I've also added an Events Calendar. Forums, sections (I have renamed "categories" to "sections"), poll questions and events can be assigned to one or multiple locations using link tables. I have only one "Sections" table. Events, news items and poll questions can be assigned to multiple sections, also by using link tables. I'm using the "News" table only as a means of getting items to appear on all pages of one or more sections, forums or the home page. The middle column on the home page comes from records in the News table with no linked sections.

I welcome any questions or suggestions about the site. This is my first web application. My prior development experience was with desktop applications, primarily database programs.

Claude
www.claudesplace.com
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