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Re: Classic ASP Blog Software

The hosting is free from AALL and to change would need the consensus of the organization. That's something we're working on. ... [Non-text portions of this
John Moss
Apr 15, 2013
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12477

Re: Classic ASP Blog Software

... The wordpress.com idea is a good one. As far as your provider not "allowing" subdomains - that's really none of their business. If your domain is
Shawn K. Hall
Apr 10, 2013
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12476

Re: Classic ASP Blog Software

Yeah, I would. I don't like to answer questions with "change your provider," but the effort you're expending to make things work with a huge mess of a system
Rob Hudson
Apr 10, 2013
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12475

Re: Classic ASP Blog Software

The subdomain or domain you put into the can be on any server, located anywhere in the world, and it doesn't have to be on the same server. Hell I'll
Maria L Gaycheck
Apr 9, 2013
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12474

Re: Classic ASP Blog Software

Rob, Thanks for that suggestion, but AALL does not allow subdomains. I may end up looking for a new hosting service. John ... [Non-text portions of this
John Moss
Apr 9, 2013
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12473

Re: Classic ASP Blog Software

Here is a great code ... You put this code on your index.html page .... and use the iframe to pull into any website. Here is the example: Host that doesn't
Maria L Gaycheck
Apr 6, 2013
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12472

Re: Classic ASP Blog Software

Get WordPress hosting and point a subdomain of your site to it. So if you're on blah.com, you can make blog.blah.com. All the blah.com people have to do is
Rob Hudson
Apr 5, 2013
#12472
 
12471

Re: Classic ASP Blog Software

Shawn, That's currently not an option. The site is not really hosted, but merely a site within http://www.aallnet.org. Our chapter, CoALL, Colorado Association
John Moss
Apr 5, 2013
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12470

Re: Classic ASP Blog Software

... Tip: Don't do it. Access is a really bad format for this for several reasons, but the most important involve it's scalability, file format, lack of common
Shawn K. Hall
Apr 4, 2013
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12469

Classic ASP Blog Software

I've been searching for a blog that will run on Classic ASP with an Access DB as the backend. I've found a few, but they all seem to use a SQL or MYSql DB,
yshopper
Apr 4, 2013
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12468

Re: DateLastModified

Won't the document.lastModified property give the same results? http://www.w3schools.com/jsref/prop_doc_lastmodified.asp Bruce ... From:
Merritt, Bruce
Mar 22, 2013
#12468
 
12467

Re: DateLastModified

I just edited the page, so it's the time the page was last edited, not the included file and not the module. So I guess I answered my own question. Even if the
John Moss
Mar 22, 2013
#12467
 
12466

Re: DateLastModified

... Please show us the code that actually gives the error. The code you quoted in the message as index2.asp does not contain the code, it simply includes
David Smart
Mar 19, 2013
#12466
 
12465

Re: DateLastModified

To ask the question yet again ... your web page shows a modified time down to the second. Is this the date/time of the module or of the included file? Regards,
David Smart
Mar 19, 2013
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12464

Re: DateLastModified

David, The header.htm file, or at this point header.asp file contains the banner image and site-wide navigation. I found the script for the date modified file
John Moss
Mar 18, 2013
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