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  • release candidate of mvc edition 2/21/2016
    This is a release candidate binary including the core code base to date, as well as the photo gallery and simple calendar plugin. Binaries built in release, not debug mode. Includes all ASP.NET MVC binaries and supporting assemblies as well. The download also includes a draft of the developer guide and a basic user guide (user guide from the web forms version as the end user experience is nearly identical). See SourceForge , GitHub , or Codeplex , or just go to the downloads page.
  • beta release of mvc edition 1/8/2016
    This is a beta binary including the core code base to date, as well as the photo gallery and simple calendar plugin. Binaries built in release, not debug mode. Includes all ASP.NET MVC binaries and supporting assemblies as well. The download also includes a first draft of the developer guide and a basic user guide (user guide from the web forms version as the end user experience is nearly identical). See SourceForge , GitHub , or Codeplex , or just go to the downloads page.
  • MVC progress report 12/15/2015
    MVC5 Progress: Getting there! Currently at 95% - at this point it's mostly find minor gaps in functionality or refactor layout to make the UI more natural. Time for TTE (Test Tweak Extend). At this point all the functionality has been stood up, it's just time to do the integration test to verify that all features work as expected and that something didn't get messed up with integration of subsequent features. GitHub | SourceForge | CodePlex
  • Running the ASP.NET 3.5 version on Server 2012 (or later) 1/20/2016
    As older servers are replaced, you may find yourself having difficulty getting the webforms edition to host properly with an ASP.NET 3.5/2.0 App Pool. Not to worry, with a few minor changes to the web.config, you can use the application in a .NET 4.0 app pool. First, go into your web server and create a new ASP.NET 4.0 App Pool . Assign this new app pool to the website you are trying to run. For best results, only share this app pool across other ASP.NET sites that were originally ASP.NET 3.5 applications. You'll need to modify some of the web.config entries, first comment out the sections noted below: <sectionGroup name="system.web.extensions" type="System.Web.Configuration.SystemWebExtensionsSectionGroup, System.Web.Extensions, Version=3.5.0.0, Culture[.....]
  • MVC progress report 12/15/2015
    Currently about 85% has been ported, anything particularly critical has been ported (able to create and remove content, categories, tags, personalized templates, wire in widgets etc.) but some of the nicer but not critical functionality is still pending. GitHub | SourceForge | CodePlex
  • MVC version in progress! 9/23/2015
    So I've been doing razor + mvc5 for almost the last year, and that being the case, I'm starting the process of porting CarrotCakeCMS into MVC5. Here's the brainstorm I've had so far: Draft of MVC version can be found at http://sourceforge.net/projects/carrotcakecmsmvc/ and at https://github.com/ninianne98/CarrotCakeCMS-MVC . Note: this is a Visual Studio 2013 project/solution. Templates inherit a special razor web page which has the page data + widget info, it lazy loads the current page data into a named ViewData key so that sub components don't have to retrieve the page all over again. Some built in components emit both CSS and HTML. these can be set up to load the CSS through one method call and the body content as another, so the information can be plac[.....]
  • Farewell to Google Code 4/7/2015
    Due to Google retiring their code hosting (see Bidding farewell to Google Code ) the repository has been replicated to GitHub . In the meantime, the Google Code repository is still on-line. The code is still active on CodePlex and SourceForge .
  • new release 1/6/2016
    Documentation and assemblies can be found here . See also on #CarrotCakeCMS The main changes to call out: update jquery ui to 1.11.4 update to jquery 1.11.2 updated tinymce to v3.5.11 added link image on comment page to allow direct launch of the related URL for the comment minor update to reset messages so a few more cases of send errors are caught added ability to indicate a credited author rather than having to use the actual last editor (allows for a proof reader to credit the original author or a specific user) update of SQL scripts that create the database added better tally reflection regarding whether or not items that are categorized or not are reflected within the public or not public items added some auto formatting of category and tag slugs adde[.....]
  • Dealing with jQuery support (version 1.9 and later) 9/22/2015
    Problem: You built the code yourself using checkin code since July 2014. and some of your jQuery doesn't work quite right any more - you might be seeing script errors regarding "$.browser" (see http://jquery.com/upgrade-guide/1.9/ ) Solution: Your jQuery plugin probably needs to be updated to be compatible with jQuery 1.9+ or use the migrate libraries or use an earlier version of jQuery . Add or edit the included jquerybasic tag to your template <carrot:jquerybasic runat="server" ID="jquerybasic1" UseJqueryMigrate="true" /> Setting UseJqueryMigrate="true" will include a current version of the jquery migration library. You could also specify an earlier version of jQuery such as version 1.7 <carrot:jquerybasic runat="server" ID="jquerybasic1" JQVersi[.....]
  • Always build in release mode 9/28/2014
    Make sure that if you are building the solution from code you compile in Release Mode. The assemblies provided in the download file are built in Release mode, but if you are building the solution yourself, there is potential that you are building in Debug mode. Debug is fine if you are trying stuff out and are still on a local non-production system, but if you have published your website to the public, you should be sure to build in Release mode before publishing. Not sure if your site was built in Release? Just view source and look for the meta tag for generator. If it says "DEBUG MODE" you should rebuild. <meta name="generator" content=" CarrotCake CMS #.#.####.##### DEBUG MODE " /> The version is also printed below the c3 admin logon box and footer[.....]
  • news 5/30/2013
  • download 5/15/2017
    MVC v5 (ASP.NET 4.5) MVC Version Zip Archive of ready-to-go site files and all PDF guides for the MVC version Deploy \bin\, \Assets\, \Views\, Global.asax, Web.config, and TextContentProcessors.config. Only deploy SiteMapping.config if using the multi-tenant functionality. The VS files carrotcake.csproj, carrotcake.sln, and packages.config are only included as a convenience if you choose to edit or otherwise modify templates or widgets. You can remove the various widget files or templates if you so choose in order to put in your own customizations. Download from GitHub | SourceForge . Webforms v4 (ASP.NET 3.5) Webforms Version Zip Archive of ready-to-go site files and PDF guides for the webforms version Copy the files into your site's webroot. If this is an[.....]
  • html/css templates 1/1/2016
    Note: that these templates are for the WebForms version of the CMS, the MVC version is still somewhat limited in example template selection and the only templates for it are found within the source code repositories at GitHub , SourceForge , and Microsoft CodePlex . Each of these zips should be extracted and the files placed directly under a folder within ~/cmsTemplates/ such as ~/cmsTemplates/{{zip_file_name}}/ . If they do not immediately show up in your template list, click the "refresh configs" button in the management dashboard. Also confirm that your files are at the root of the template folder and not in a sub folder. You should see files look something like ~/cmsTemplates/{#zip_file_name#}/Skin.config rather than ~/cmsTemplates/{#zip_file_name#}/{#z[.....]
  • privacy policy 3/11/2013
    Your privacy is very important to us. Accordingly, we have developed this Policy in order for you to understand how we collect, use, communicate and disclose and make use of personal information. The following outlines our privacy policy. Before or at the time of collecting personal information, we will identify the purposes for which information is being collected. We will collect and use of personal information solely with the objective of fulfilling those purposes specified by us and for other compatible purposes, unless we obtain the consent of the individual concerned or as required by law. We will only retain personal information as long as necessary for the fulfillment of those purposes. We will collect personal information by lawful and fair means a[.....]
  • installation 4/12/2016
    Download a release ZIP archive from the CarrotCakeCMS download page and unzip the files into their own directory. Application guides can also be found on the download page. Config file review Always review the web.config in the downloaded bundle and compare it to the one in your site as there are occasionally minor changes to provide additional features. There is also a global.asax if you are not already using one, just copy this out to your site. If you are already using one, review the contents of your global.asax and merge/incorporate the contents of the provided file. NOTE: The download bundle includes a global.asax, merge the contents of this file with any you may have already created and if none exists, simply upload. Always do a quick compare between[.....]
  • features 12/22/2015
    Supports blogging, along with categories and tags Supports RSS feeds Supports the use of both ASPX and MASTER pages for template bases (webforms) Suppors the use of Razor views and layouts (MVC) Support for importing Wordpress XML site exports Built with industry-standard technologies such as jQuery , TinyMCE , C#, ASP.NET 3.5 (webforms), ASP.NET 4.5 (MVC), and MS SQL Server Rich HTML content editing capability Rapid EASY integration of custom code via UserControls (webforms) or partial views (MVC) and configuration files Optional interfaces provide integration with your widgets so they can be contextually aware Intuitive drag/drop real-time inclusion of custom components Interactive editor: make changes with previews before you publish a revision to a page[.....]
  • requirements 1/11/2016
    CarrotCake CMS (Webforms v4.X ASP.NET 3.5) has a small disk footprint, the core files take up less than 10MB (excluding your graphics/ template files) and will run on relatively minimal server specifications. CarrotCake CMS (MVC v5.X ASP.NET 4.5) also has a small disk footprint, the core files take up less than 20MB (excluding your graphics/ template files, nearly 10MB is the MVC and related DLLs) and will run on relatively minimal server specifications. IIS 6-8.5, for Webforms, IIS 7-8.5 for MVC .NET 3.5 SP1, for Webforms, .NET 4.5 for MVC Webforms : Windows Server 2003/ 2008/ 2008R2. NB: If running on Server 2012, or later, we recomend selecting a .NET 4.0 app pool and make minor updates to the web.config (see msdn ). MVC : Windows Server 2008/ 2008R2/ 20[.....]
  • carrotcake cms 5/10/2017
    Welcome to the home of CarrotCake CMS, an open source c# project. CarrotCake is a template-based ASP.Net CMS ( content management system ) built with C#, SQL server, jQueryUI , and TinyMCE . This content management system supports multi-tenant webroots with shared databases and works well in medium trust (medium trust applies to webforms version only). It is available in both webforms (ASP.NET 3.5) and MVC (ASP.NET 4.5). If you have found this software useful or have published a site with CarrotCake, we'd love to hear from you. See also on and Some features include: blogging engine, configurable date based blog post URLs, blog post content association with categories and tags, assignment/customization of category and tag URL patterns, simple content feedbac[.....]
  • home 1/2/2016
    . We can provide custom .Net web-based solutions and assistance with internet related technologies. Free Content Management System, Microsoft based open source, Custom Programming, Dot Net, .net, ASP, ASP.Net, WebForms, MVC, CMS, C#, C Sharp, ASP,Net, Web Design, Microsoft, Content Management System, HTML template, CSS templates. CarrotCake CMS (Content Management System), an open source c# webforms and MVC project. It is built on C# ASP.Net, SQL Server, jQuery, and TinyMCE . It now unleashes the power of jQuery UI to provide a drag/drop experience when adding custom code modules to pages and TinyMCE to provide a rich HTML editing experience. CarrotWare is the brainchild of Samantha Copeland. CarrotCakeCMS is a woman/female run open source project. Anyone w[.....]