Posts filed under ‘expression web’
For the last few months, some of our members have been working on affiliate web sites, and we have had various degrees of success and failure! However, in that time we have managed to put about a 1000 posts together relating to affiliate marketing and will continue to grow this section.
If you are trying to work from home using expression web then maybe there is something for you. Your not going to know if you don’t drop by, so i am looking forward to welcoming new users – which, until now have not had a single point of reference.
Drop by, say hello and see if we can help your endeavours.
So you need a simple yet effective guest book for your expression web – web site? This is a very simple example that whilst working – needs to be tested well.
It is easy to change to suit your own needs.
OK so we just get used to version 1 the along comes version 2. No time to really dig around and make v2 fly, now we have version 3 in the pipeline.
Vista is on its way out and windows 7 is set to replace it!
Windows 7 is due to be released in October (22nd) this year ahead of schedual. W7 will replace the much talked about vista operating system.
Many users had troubles with Vista especially upgraders – it remains to be seen what if any problems arise from the introduction of the new operating software.
The upside is – i read – that vista users will be able to upgrate for free.
Its hard to build a shopping cart if you dont sell any thing. Most of these examples have products for sale but i will not send you anything if you purchase something – lets treat it as a donation. It can be as little as £1.50. But in now way is this a requirement, the examples are simply to show how Microsoft access and expression web can work together to produce a simple shopping cart solution.
Just a quick heads up. I made some updates a couple of weeks ago to our forum. Just basic formatting and SEO stuff really, However, in the process, i have some how messed up or forum index page in that the last post showing was months ago! So if you come direct into http://www.expression-web-designer-help.com/forum/
The forum stats show as follows……
Our users have posted 15,285 Posts in 2,582 Topics in 17 Forum(s) Last Post; Today at 3:27am By ttime27514 We have 1,742 Forum Members The Newest Forum Member is Barkcloth
However, if you come in direct to a post or via http://www.expression-web-designer-help.com/forum/default.asp the correct stats are shown – as of this post,
Our users have posted 21,223 Posts in 3,517 Topics in 21 Forum(s) Last Post; Today at 11:18pm By jimd We have 2,252 Forum Members The Newest Forum Member is Danchris
Den notified me of this before nippiong off on holiday (a well deserved one too) and has a solution – i just don’t remember what it was but upon his return i am sure he will post it.
Sorry for the inconvinience.
An interesting post on our expression web forums asked how links in an aspx based web sites might not be working. Fortunately i had experienced the same issues with many of the aspx data driven sites i build.
the trailing slash at the end finished the link but i just happen to have a default.aspx page in the folder cheap car insurance so the link actually looks like this…
In the case of an aspx which is driven by a master page, this is an issue to be aware of. In my case my master page was in the root of the web site and i used relative links that simply pointed to default.aspx! Wrong because if you are in a folder like the examples above, the link is simply looking for default.aspx. So no problem with the link then! Well no but it was navigating to the cheap car insurance folder default.aspx page
instead of the site default (root) which looks like this…
In the posters case, the same thing applies except in this case, the folder did not contain a default page so hence the error message – that the default.aspx could not be found.
So the lesson to learn is DONT use relative links and if you do make sure that you use a tilde (~) in front of the relative link example:
~/default.aspx this link looks for the root default.aspx page.
I actually went a different route. I used xml to build the above site and was able to make an absolute link by appending the the site address to the file name in the hyperlinks dialogue.
Hope you find this useful.