Last post Oct 12, 2007 11:33 AM by jamlew
Oct 10, 2007 01:32 PM|imhobbes|LINK
I have a reasonably simple site that has static content that will be changed infrequently but that will be presented in multiple languages. Rather than using a full blown content manager I thought that I would build a quick editor for the resx files associated
with the content on the pages I wish to edit. The problem is, of course, that I'm given an access denied error when I try to edit the relevant resx. Does anyone know of a work around?
Alternatively, I'm looking for a solution that would be usable by marketing types to edit multi-language content. The easiest interface would be one where the editor browses the site, finds the content they wish to edit and then clicks on a button to open
an editor. They would make their changes and the new copy would be save the resx node associated with the content item they opened. If they happened to be browsing in French, then the editor would edit the resx.fr page. You get the idea.
Anyway, whatever help you have would be great.
Oct 12, 2007 11:33 AM|jamlew|LINK
I think the App_* folders are protected from being modified through IIS. What if you used a database backend for your resources and built an editor around that? It might take a little while to get all your resources moved in though.