On that page you linked I read both the "With Shell Access" and the "Without Shell Access" sections and I'm thoroughly confused.
I created a .Net ASP.Net Web API and hosted it in IIS on my client's server. I'm not sure which of these two options I need.
The bottom line here is that I'm completely clueless about certifications and how to enable things in my Xamarin Forms app. I don't even know where to start learning. I've been Googling but the results are all over the board.
If it's not broken, fix it until it is.
Everything makes sense in someone's mind.
Ya can't fix stupid.
Trying to create a Bootstap/PHP modal form that will hold a img/video upload, iframe(external videos), and comment section. Tried to have a comment modal separate from media and its not working. How do I create this? Here is my code:
I have almost zero experience creating a Web API, so bear with me.
I opened VS2019 and created a new ASP.NET Web Application (.Net Framework). It comes with the standard Home and Values controllers.
I hit F5 and it ran. I then used Postman to verify passing "https://localhost:44312/api/Values". I get back the expected results. So far so good.
I then right clicked the project and chose "Publish" and published to a folder. I then copied the contents of the folder to the server and created a new Web Site in IIS pointing to my API and set the port to 44400. I clicked the Browse link in IIS and the browser opened. I added "/api/Values" to the end of the URL and got back this: Click: Here's the result.
I changed NOTHING in the app. Here's the Web.Config, which is what the error seems to be complaining about:
Hi, please pretty much new to web development, I recently developed a little e-commerce website using Node js, express for the backend, and plain HTML and CSS for the front-end. Can anyone help me with a guide on how to take this site to production?
Choose a web host that has been around for at least 15 or 20 years and contact them and ask them how to get this started. You should get your own dot com and start with the MINIMUM setup that the web host will allow. Then work with the site (your own dot com) for at least 30 days so that you have forced yourself to not rush into it and you have some experience watching the results of your choices.
Do NOT spend a lot of money on options at the web host. Almost everything that they offer to you for money: you can probably do yourself. Except things like getting an SSL certificate, do that after 30 days and pay for it.
Thank you for asking.
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