In the Model-View-Controller (MVC) pattern, the view handles the application’s data presentation and user interaction. A view is an HTML template with embedded Razor markup. Razor markup is code that … Continue reading How to add a View in ASP.NET MVC
Do you want to display a custom login error message on your WordPress site instead of the same old default message that is being displayed on every other WordPress site? … Continue reading Adding a Custom Login Error Message in WordPress
In SQL Server Management Studio (SSMS), the quickest way to open or edit a database table’s content is by right clicking on the table and choosing Edit / Select. But, … Continue reading How to Change the Default Value of Select Top Rows in SQL Server Management Studio
In support, we’ve been seeing a lot of issues with URL Rewrite in ASP.NET Core. Core is a complete rewrite of .NET and so things have changed. In ASP.NET Core, … Continue reading 3 Ways to Redirect HTTP to HTTPS and non-www to www in ASP.NET Core
By now you may have read about an issue affecting Intel, AMD, and other processors, potentially exposing sensitive memory data. Until now, that data has been assumed to be safe, … Continue reading Meltdown, Spectre, and the Processor Problem That We All Face
Everyone hates spam. (The email kind – not the canned meat). Spam is an especially pertinent issue for hosting customers. If you’re starting a new site and registered a new … Continue reading What is Greylisting?
Over the months of troubleshooting .NET Core memory issues, one of our customers kindly pointed out to us there is a simple solution you can apply, and that is to … Continue reading Reducing .NET Core Memory Usage
.NET Core 1.1 is now available on all DiscountASP.NET servers. But wait, wasn’t it just back in November that we announced that .NET Core 1.0.1 was available? Why, yes it … Continue reading ASP.NET Core Updated to 1.1