I have finally rewritten this website to ASP.NET 2.0. It was really a good learning experience. You only learn it by doing it. I have tried to use the new features like:
- Themes & Skins
- Menu Controls
- SiteMap with roles and the SiteMapPath control
- GridView Control
- MultiView Control
- Login Control
- DataBinding AccessDataSource and XmlDataSource
- Sample Access Providers Starter Kit
- Role base authorization
- Web Deployment Projects
- MS Build with a AfterMerge target to deploy the website to web host
- Google Sitemaps
- CSS Friendly ASP.NET 2.0 Control Adapters (Menu)
It wasn't really difficult to do. Microsoft really kept their promise that 70% of the code could disappear. ASP.NET 2.0 rocks. I'm planning to add some extra features soon, like: WebParts, Health Monitoring, other new controls, comments on blog posts, a new stylesheet and a new logo.
Update 2006-sept-25: Added Google Sitemaps, Control Adapters and UrlRewritingNet.
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