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QuestionChange root path PinmvpJohn Simmons / outlaw programmer8-Dec-12 3:40 
Is there a way to change or specify how virtual paths are resolved?
 
I'm creating a site on my machine, but for purposes of demonstration, I want to deploy it to a sub folder of an existing web site. So, on the web host, I have
 
wwwroot (which is the parent site)
wwwroot/demosite (which is the demo web site)
 
Of course, this means that a virtual path of "~/demosite.master" ain't gonna work, because that would resolve to "/demosite.master" instead of the desired "/demosite/demosite.master".
 
I tried using inline code, but of course that isn't allowed (some far-sighted MSoftie probably knew I was going to need to do this, and this is some sort of weird personal vendetta to prevent me from actually getting anything done).
 
What I want to do is to make the code change the various virtual paths used throughout the demosite, so that I don't have to remember to do it when I deploy to it's actual production server.
 
So, for localhost (when developing) and deployment onto the actual production server, I want to use the current virtual path, but for the demo version, I need to change the virtual path root.
 
Is that possible, and if so, how?
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