The latter will also require adding an "Application Root Directory" (aka Virtual Directory) through your GoDaddy/CentriqHosting settings. This allows the "sub-website" to be treated as its own application, with its own root web.config and its own independent root relative referencing. At the time of this post, setting an application root folder requires you to:
- Launch your Hosting control panel,
- Go to the More navbar option, click the IIS Management option from the fly-out menu
- Create a new directory and name it, then check the "Set application root" checkbox.
<!--So parent MVC app doesn't conflict with sub-websites-->
Typical tags that cause conflicts in sub-websites (and that you'll want to wrap with the location tag above) are
<connectionStrings>. Note also with the code above, Visual Studio may not provide Intellisense for the
inheritInChildApplicationsattribute, but it works.
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Thanks, and go forth and publish content! As always, best wishes on your continuing career development!