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Trying to create a Bootstap/PHP modal form that will hold a img/video upload, iframe(external videos), and comment section. Tried to have a comment modal separate from media and its not working. How do I create this? Here is my code:
I have almost zero experience creating a Web API, so bear with me.
I opened VS2019 and created a new ASP.NET Web Application (.Net Framework). It comes with the standard Home and Values controllers.
I hit F5 and it ran. I then used Postman to verify passing "https://localhost:44312/api/Values". I get back the expected results. So far so good.
I then right clicked the project and chose "Publish" and published to a folder. I then copied the contents of the folder to the server and created a new Web Site in IIS pointing to my API and set the port to 44400. I clicked the Browse link in IIS and the browser opened. I added "/api/Values" to the end of the URL and got back this: Click: Here's the result.
I changed NOTHING in the app. Here's the Web.Config, which is what the error seems to be complaining about:
Hi, please pretty much new to web development, I recently developed a little e-commerce website using Node js, express for the backend, and plain HTML and CSS for the front-end. Can anyone help me with a guide on how to take this site to production?
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