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Re: [DotNetDevelopment] Re: Making an admin panel for maintaining the website KeidrickP Fri Jun 18 09:01:27 2010

save yourself some time, and just use an existing CMS.
MojoPortal is a very good one, and it's easily customizable.


On Fri, Jun 18, 2010 at 1:47 AM, Cerebrus <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

> The usual way to do this is to create a separate sub-section within
> the website (for example, an Admin folder). Within that section, all
> the administrative functions are available via different pages.
>
> Multilinguality can be achieved via a custom interface that allows the
> admin to edit and add language entries. You can use the ResourceReader
> and ResourceWriter classes to edit resource files.
>
> On Jun 17, 12:18 pm, Varun Jain <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> > Hey guys,
> >
> > I have a project in which the client requires an admin panel where he can
> > update the content of the website, add/update/delete his products and
> it's
> > details, and also the prices of his products. This admin panel would be
> just
> > like a mini-CMS. This whole website would be in two languages, English
> and
> > Dutch. The person maintaining the website would type in all the contents
> in
> > each n every language he wants. Multi-linguality would be accessed
> through
> > Resource files.
> >
> > So, anyone could guide how should I proceed and what should be
> > implementation, so that if any other module, like Ordering system with a
> > Payment Gateway, in future, can be integrated within it easily.
> >
> > I will be using VS 2008, ASP.NET <http://asp.net/> 3.5 with C#, AJAX and
> > masterpages.
> >
> > A small example would be very helpful.
> >
> > I would appreciate your hardwork a lot.
> >
> > Thanks everyone,
> > Varun J.
>



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