This post gives you step by step instructions for how to deploy an ASP.NET website. In the video I'm using an Umbraco site as an example, but it applies to any ASP.NET website. If you are unsure of any of the steps then watch the video.
This post shows you how to convert a SQL Compact Edition database to full SQL and speed up Umbraco
This post gives you a list of 5 common problems you might face as a developer and how you can overcome them.
This post shows you how to find the home page (root node) in Umbraco. It shows you how to do it in a View, and in a Controller.
This post gives you a handy little helper method to turn your related links property into a C# class object to make it easier to work with.
This is just a quick post to give you some sample HTML5 basic markup.
You can just copy the markup, paste it into your file and start writing the HTML.
I want to hear from other developers to find out if they see their job as a developer/programmer as just their job which they turn up for and go home, or whether they are extremely passionate about it, and it is part of who they are.
My struggle with rebloggers and my simple solution for the problem.
In this video you will see me:
Find a free bootstrap template from the internet.
Download the template and get it running on my machine.
Set up a new Umbraco site.
Get the home page to show up correctly in the Umbraco CMS site.
This blog post makes it easy for you to set up Google reCAPTCHA on your MVC website. It also works with Umbraco.