I have an existing website which is functioning online well. I want to add 3rd party forum software. What I am trying to achieve is some sort of integration into my existing site. Something like...
The problem is I dont really want to embed the 3rd party software into my site. Essentially I want the forum to be standalone on IIS and then point to it but still use the same domain without a sub-domain.
Anyone have any advise on this approach? The same goes for a bloggin feature. Blogengine.NET 3rd party software. I want that into site without actually bundling it into my site.
Then I would have a Blog folder and Forum folder outside of my actual site which resides in inetput/wwwroot
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