Get Web Application Project at BlogEngine.Web

Latest version converted to Web Application Project along with conversion guide available at blogengineweb.codeplex.com

Last edited Apr 2, 2012 at 3:53 AM by rtur, version 5

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RichCzyzewski Mar 31, 2012 at 12:03 PM 
Just as jnouel mentioned. I've run into additional issues with converting the current codebase, which is 2.5 now. I've put together a blog post detailing what's involved in converting BlogEngine.NET 2.5 to a WAP. http://www.richonsoftware.com/post/2012/02/26/Converting-BlogEngineNET-25-to-a-Web-Application.aspx. Hopefully this'll help out.

jnouel Apr 16, 2011 at 2:33 AM 
In the current source code I ran into more issues after following this guide to convert the application to WAP. In the following link I explain how to resolve those issues. There's also a link to download the latest source code (as of this writing) for BlogEngine.NET 2.0 in WAP format. http://www.jnouel.net/post/2011/04/15/Converting-BlogEngineNET-20-to-Web-Application-Project-%28WAP%29.aspx
Hope it helps!

Kushbiz Feb 10, 2011 at 11:43 AM 
I am trying to setup BE 2.0 in a subfolder ("blog") of the main website. After going through some hurdles, I have come across a point for which I have no clue. When the website goes to the start page of the blog, i.e., default.aspx it is looking for folders like Scripts, Styles etc. in the root folder. I put those folders in the root folder and the blogengine works. But I do not find it neat. Is there a way to keep these folders in the subfolder?