19. Juni 2010 -- 388
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As it is not only difficult to recognize I have redesigned my blog once again.
Two reasons led me to this work on me to take.
- The old design was any as well, cluttered, hard... It no longer fit me.
- If there were changes to the topics in the BlogEngine.NET project I realized that not really. Now, I have taken the default theme. If that customize what in the theme I notice it when the retrieve the source immediately. Therefore, I have all modifications in it. for example, I've put the CAPTCHA in my not at the start. In the default theme that works beautifully.
I hope the design keeps this time longer. This causes only a lot of work.
I also included a current version of the project SyntaxHighlighter . The old version no longer wanted. Now I have to adjust only all postings. "The old SyntaxHighlighter reacted to the day < pre name ="code"class="c# ">, the new on < pre name ="code"class =" prush: c# ">. This means that I must run on the SQL Server a query. As my hosting provider allows only fixed of IP's in, and I am an ADSL customer dynamic IP, he must register first in its firewall. Then can I run the query and the c# code examples displays correctly again.
Also be SociableBE extension for BlogEngine.NET displayed no longer on the main page for each posting. They appear only on the side of actual postings. This is still an interesting example for developers of extensions for BlogEngine.NET. As I note if I'm on the Haubtseite (default.aspx) or on a post.
Earlier, I did it with a check for default.aspx. Any when I stumbled on a property that one indicates whether it is a single post, post list, single page, feed, email or other. In the code, you can then make the necessary examination.
if (Location == ServingLocation.SinglePost)
<uc1:SociableBE_UC ID="SociableBE_UC1" runat="server" />
And already is the extension only on the single post pages.
I now do what must be?
- Clean up any blemishes that I find.
- The Google ads on the right side I wanted to make so that they scroll. BlogEngine.NET supports new JQuery. But I have not get just still that. For a help or a good link, I would be thankful. What I found didn't just work. Was probably due to me. :-)
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