URL Rewrite ... eh?

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Maurice Moss
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URL Rewrite ... eh?

Post by Maurice Moss » Sun Mar 18, 2018 1:39 pm

So I'm learning about URL Rewrite as this will allow me to program the site http://www.GoodFunThings.com to have user friendly and Search Engine Optimization friendly URLs.

Scott Forsyth is my new best teacher for this with his 10 minute videos on YouTube and although they're a few years old he's done a most excellent 52 week series for all things involving administering IIS based websites.

Scott's Blog = https://weblogs.asp.net/owscott tip: right click a link and choose to 'open in new tab' especially for searches, then you don't lose your search results

These are the videos of his that I've watched so far to teach myself about URL Rewrite:

Scotts video week 8 of a 52 week series An Intro to URL Rewrite + adding www to domain name


Scotts video week 9 of a 52 week series Understanding URL Rewrite Part 2


Scotts video week 10 of a 52 week series Understanding Regular Expressions (don't panic! Scott makes it easy)


Scotts video week 11 of a 52 week series Understanding Regular Expressions Part 2


Scotts video week 12 of a 52 week series AppDomain - What it is and why it's important


Scotts video week 13 of a 52 week series SiteServerDetails - Web Farm Node Information


Scotts video week 14 of a 52 week series URL Rewrite Outbound Rules


Scotts video week 25 of a 52 week series Using IP Restrictions with URL Rewrite


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Re: URL Rewrite ... eh?

Post by Maurice Moss » Wed Mar 28, 2018 4:38 pm

I found a list of 50 of Scott's videos here https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=P ... 6VLMQriVVi
I right-click em' and choose to open in new tab.

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Re: URL Rewrite ... eh?

Post by Maurice Moss » Sun Jul 15, 2018 7:40 pm

Scott also has a blog!
https://weblogs.asp.net/owscott
Lots of IIS stuff, a bit old perhaps but still relevant.


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