Tag: iis

IIS Detailed Errors

Wanna see detailed HTTP errors in IIS? Here's how you do it in a web.config file: <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> <configuration> <system.webServer>     <asp scriptErrorSentToBrowser="true"/>     <httpErrors errorMode="Detailed"/>   </system.webServer> </configuration>

Automated IIS WordPress Installer from Microsoft

Now that I know how to do it, I'm getting fed up with LAMP as a web platform. I much prefer Windows. (What can I say? I'm a Windows guy!) And I recently stumbled into the Microsoft Web Platform Installer. It makes installing WordPress embarrassingly simple. Just run the installer and it does everything for …

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Just made me a WordPress blargh

I've just installed a WordPress blog for the first time. It's running on Windows 2003 and IIS. It was kinda tricky to set up, but now that it's running it's very, very nice! There's plenty of walkthroughs on how to do this, and here are some links to the ones I used. Deserialized has the …

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Setup FastCGI on your web server to make PHP sing!

I was setting up the forums for the Pioneer, which are pretty much done, and I noticed that the forums were acting really sluggishly. It's a phpbb3 forum. I've used them before and they've seemed pretty snappy to me, so I figured our webserver, which recently got moved to a server with less resources (but …

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Enabling PHP5 on IIS6

This is a quick note for me so I don't forget how I did it (if I have to do it again in the future). PHP5 doesn't automatically enable itself on IIS6. You have to do it by hand for each website you create. The first step, and I'm not positive it's necessary, is to …

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PHP Notice:

I got an error when trying to move one of our old PHP sites to the new server: PHP Notice: Use of undefined constant php – assumed ‘php’ in… Basically it means that the php ending tag should be ?> and not php?> Thanks, ClickFire, for the PHP help