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For those that haven't seen it yet, the Personal Web Site Starter Kit based upon ASP.NET 2.0 is out and I have a couple of MSDN articles for you on how to work with it:

Introduction to the Personal Web Site Starter Kit
Extending the Personal Web Site Starter Kit

Enjoy!

Posted on Thursday, June 23, 2005 10:08 AM ASP.NET , Microsoft , Writing , MSDN | Back to top


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Hi Bill, where can I download the code to your articles on Extending Personal Starter Kit? Thanks!
Left by Ray on Jun 23, 2005 2:55 PM

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PWSKit ships with VS2005 aswel as VWDeveloper as a Project Template, Select File>New>Project and Select PWSKit.

Bill, I have used PWSKit and your articles provide to be really helpful for building sites using PWSKit. [Thanks]
Left by Zubair.NET! on Jun 25, 2005 12:00 AM

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Bill,

Would you know how to bypass using the Web Site Administration Tool to create an Admin role?

I am unable to set the Provider using the tool. I have configured the provider manually in the web.config.

Akbar

Left by Akbar on Aug 03, 2005 10:51 AM

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Bill,
Using asp.net configuration tool, I receive "Please enter a different password." when trying to create a new Administrator. I also get the same message when I try using the "Register" page of the Personal Web Site Starter Kit. What am I missing? Any suggestions will be greatly apprecitated.
Left by Chuck Kernick on Aug 23, 2005 9:49 AM

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Bill,
I found the solution to "Please enter a different password." when trying to create a new Administrator when I read the "Introduction to the Club Web Site Starter Kit". It said:ASP.NET 2.0 requires a strong password containing at least eight characters, including a combination of uppercase and lowercase characters, numbers, and special characters (for example, !, #, $, %).
Chuck
Left by Chuck Kernick on Aug 23, 2005 12:07 PM

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Where are the icons from the Extending the personal website starter kit that are referenced? I don't have these anywhere. There are posts in MSDN looking for them as well. Thx.!
Left by Nick on Feb 16, 2006 5:22 AM

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I have set up a club for all the asp.net 2.0 starter kits at http://www.edream.org/links.aspx Here you can see all the sites modified from starter kits. Also there are lots modification tutorial available if you interested in customize the starter kit :-)
Left by Sue's little edream on Jun 07, 2006 5:04 PM

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Thanks for the link to the 'Extending the Personal Web Site Starter Kit' tutorial; it came in handy. I will definately experiment with my own modifications, I think creating my own blogging system using SQL 2005 (like yours) would be a good start ;)

Cheers, Matt.
Left by Matt Morrison on Jun 17, 2006 10:56 AM

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Hi Bill,

How can I specify Meta tag for Keywords for individual content Pages? This may be important for search engine to crawl my content.

Cheers, Karthick
Left by karthick on Aug 22, 2007 3:20 PM

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i FTP THE PERSONAL WEBSITE TO MY GODADDY HOSTING ACCOUNT AND THE PASSWORD WILL NOT WORK. iTS FINE ON MY LOCAL....i SO DAMN FUSTRATED IT NO FUNNY. MY ADMIN USER IS THERE BUT WILL NOT FIND THE PASSWORD
Left by Rich WINN on Oct 21, 2009 4:18 AM

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