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how to create a website admin panel (web application) where new html pages will be created and edited by admin or user using web application. Ex.... (news website)

I need idea how to do this. if any one have project sample then he can provide me that to at

HTML, ASP.NET, C#, sql server, Javascript, jQuery, CSS
Updated 24-Aug-15 0:20am

Hard, next to impossible. Except for very basic capabilites

Instead use existing frameworks such as Sage frame[^]

If you really want to write such a thing, check html controls (such as FCKeditor) and good luck.
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gyan.delhi 24-Aug-15 4:27am    
hi Sinisa Hajnal

why impossible..

all most all website or blog are using this feature.

they provide user to add pages to there website or blog.
Sinisa Hajnal 24-Aug-15 6:01am    
Yes, and they are doing it by using one of the existing frameworks for that. Check your other question, you'll see the same suggestion(s).

I said next to impossible. Of course you can do it, but think on the level of detail you need to handle to allow users to move your placeholders, to format them as they see fit etc...Use existing CMS and be done with it.
gyan.delhi 24-Aug-15 6:14am    
Thanks for your reply sinisa,

you have suggested me sage frame and ckeditor,

can you help me little more to how i can use all this in my project and especially sage
Sinisa Hajnal 24-Aug-15 6:36am    
These comments are too small for me to write you a guide. SageFrame has good documentation and solid community (with dedicated forums). Check them out.

In general, install sage frame, connect it to your database during install and you have basic CMS active. Now it's just a matter of letting users access the parts you want them to.

HTML editor was an option if you're going to develop your own CMS - it is simply an improvement on normal input control - there are plenty controls, I simply suggested one I've used before.
gyan.delhi 24-Aug-15 6:40am    
Thanks sinisa
use blog engine[^]
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