Last Updated on Tuesday, 6 November 2012 08:30 Written by Rodolfo Hernandez Tuesday, 6 November 2012 12:00
Machine key is used for authentication and security in ASP. If you have an asp application that requires login, you must set the Machine Key for security and to avoid a viewstate validation error. A viewstate validation error will log off any user connected to your application even if you set a 8 hours timeout. For that reason, In this article I will give a step by step guide on how to set a Machine Key to your ASP Application
The Machine Key <machineKey> element helps to control tamper proofing and encryption of ViewState, forms authentication tickets, and role cookies. Instead of creating a complicated function, we will use a tool to generate random machine keys.
1. Go to this address and get a random machine key. It should look like this:Learn More
Last Updated on Tuesday, 23 October 2012 04:00 Written by Stephanie Brown Friday, 26 October 2012 12:00
This article will focus on how to change the domain name associated with your phpFox website.
There may be a time when you realize that the current domain you are using for your phpFox website just isn’t the right one for the site anymore. There are many reasons for this, you may have started out on a .net and now have the .com, or the content that you and your members are posting just doesn’t match well with the old domain.
As always, before making any changes to your phpFox website, I suggest you make a full backup of all files and the database.
The first thing you will need to do is log into your phpFox account at http://www.phpfox.com/account/
On your dashboard, select the arrow to the left of the license you are editing, and select Edit.Learn More
Last Updated on Saturday, 30 June 2012 10:41 Written by Andrew Ivanov Saturday, 7 July 2012 12:00
When calling a cross-domain service, Silverlight will check for the existence of clientaccesspolicy.xml first. This is the format defined by Silverlight and provides a pretty flexible way to define who can access what services. If not found, it will then default to look for crossdomain.xml, which is the file format implemented for Adobe Flash. It is important to note that this file will also still work for most public web services.Learn More
Last Updated on Sunday, 1 July 2012 12:01 Written by Richi González Saturday, 3 March 2012 12:00
I’ve been reading a couple of articles here at Arvixe about DNS, but none of them explains what DNS actually is. I’ve worked with lots of things related to DNS, but if I had been asked like a week ago for a correct definition of DNS, I wouldn’t have had it. Today, I will provide you with the knowledge I have acquired, so you can understand what DNS actually is.
DNS, stands for Domain Name System. What it does, is to convert, whenever you type a domain name in your browser, to its IP address. In an easier to understand example:Learn More
Last Updated on Wednesday, 14 September 2011 01:00 Written by Ian McIntosh Monday, 26 September 2011 12:59
This article follows on from the previous article in the series.
One of the things my customers tell me is useful is my adding a support page to their website so they can easily log any problems or questions they have with me. I create a page that is not visible to visitors of the website, it is only visible to the website administrator(s). The page has a form that will automatically send me an email, without them even having to remember my email address. WithMojoPortal this is really easy to do.Learn More