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Add a blog to an ASP.NET web site

I have a web site, https://jazzsoftware.co.nz/, supporting our software, written in ASP.NET, .NET Framework 4.6.1.

I would like to add a simple blog where users can post questions, others (including me) can comment. A Google search led me down a rabbit hole of solutions that had many more features than I needed, I just want something that looks simple, like this forum, and works with my current technology (ASP.NET, SQL Server).

A link to a "how to" paper would be ideal. Thank you, Robert

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Hi anonymous userBarnes-8211 ,
According to your description,I think you want to create a blog using c#. You need store users' information and blog page.More details,you could refer to below article:

https://forums.asp.net/t/1869520.aspx?How+to+Create+Blog+Using+C+

Best regards,
Yijing Sun


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Thank you. I'll read through the links from your reference. I want to add the blog to a page written in ASP.NET(VB), like the rest of my project, hopefully it will be easy to either translate the C# to VB, or include a blog control written in C# as another project within my solution.

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