Msg#: 4574686 posted 10:39 am on May 16, 2013 (gmt 0)
Getting myself tied up in knots with this one.
We're having a site re-design and want to incorporate a blog into our asp web site. I've checked with our ISP and we can't have Wordpress or Orchid CMS. I have an existing Blogger blog which sits by itself and am looking to incorporate that into the site. This will necessitate creating a sub domain for the Blogger blog to sit in.
Is this the best solution?
Also if this did prove the best / only solution would creating a canonical alteration from www.sitename.com (as it is at the moment) to sitename.com help to class any blog content as part of the sitename.com content or would that make no difference?
Msg#: 4574686 posted 11:27 am on May 16, 2013 (gmt 0)
Hi phranque, thanks for the welcome. Unfortunately we cannot use Wordpress or Orchid. The required php and asp levels are not available on our hosting platform and would necessitate altering our urls to move onto a server/hosting package accommodating such.
Msg#: 4574686 posted 11:32 pm on May 19, 2013 (gmt 0)
overlapping Leo (see timestamp) ;)
The required php and asp levels are not available on our hosting platform and would necessitate altering our urls to move onto a server/hosting package accommodating such. <snip> there is no MySQL DB on this server
Just how much are you saving by staying with this host?
And why would you need to alter your URL? You might need to change it once if you're currently using a subdomain under someone else's domain. But once you've got your own name, there is no reason to change anything ever.