New Azure MVC website not routing

Sep 06
2013

I was testing out deploying a ASP.Net MVC project to an Azure website. I was able to deploy to the Azure webserver without any problems. However, the website was not routing. The source of the issue is when you first create an Azure website it creates a file named “hostingstart.html”. If you delete the file “hostingstart.html”, your MVC website will starting routing correctly.

Web Project: LaBellaPink.com

Jan 08
2011

Started web project for LeBellaPink.com website an online shop based on client’s requirements using internet coding languages HTML, CSS, jQuery, PHP, and OpenCart. Performing editing, interface design/layout and search engine optimization. Performed domain registration purchase, updated domain name servers, and acquired hosting services for website.

LaBellaPink.com
Description:
LaBellaPink.com sell 100% pure ingredients from the US.  No animal ingredients or testing will ever be used.  Everything is freshly-made for YOU & sent 5-7 business days after you’ve placed your order.  You’ll be dazzling with healthy hair and skin. Our sugar scrubs, lotions, shampoos, conditioners, soaps, sweet shower/bath frosting, perfume, all-over body sprays, and more aren’t just rich and luxurious, but oh-so-good for you.

Web Project: FriendsForSeals.org.

Nov 06
2010

FriendsForSeals.Org
Description:
“We’re are here to keep you informed about the largest massacre of marine mammals on the entire planet and how you can help to finally put it to an end.  You’re not alone; conservative and liberal, vegan, vegetarian and meat-eating people agree that the slaughter is inhumane and unnecessary.”

Look Out for Adobe PDF Vulnerability

May 16
2010

I don’t normally warn users about infected software — About.com has a great site for that — but in this case, it’s a situation that needs to be highlighted. It concerns an attack through the Adobe PDF Reader, that most Windows users, all the way back to Windows 95, rely on to read certain documents.

Computerworld reported on this vulnerability, and its seriousness. I would urge everyone to read the story and take the appropriate steps to protect your PC. I think there’s no doubt that Adobe is becoming the avenue of choice for hackers who want your data and computer. It’s time for Adobe to rebuild its PDF products from the ground up.

Don’t mess around with this, folks. Keep vigilant and safe.
http://windows.about.com/b/2010/04/29/look-out-for-adobe-pdf-vulnerability.htm

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