Upgrading BlogEngine.NET Manually

The cleanest way to upgrade to latest version is to start from fresh installation, and then copy your existing data and settings into new version. The upgrade steps follow. [More]


The BlogEngine.NET installation process is fairly straight forward. The information below will guide you through the process and help you with any issues you encounter. By installation, we mean that you are creating a new instance (folder with the application) of BlogEngine.NET on your server/hosting space/local PC. [More]

Multiple Post Editors

Editor used in BlogEngine when editing post or page can be replaced by another compatible editor. By default, BlogEngine uses Summernote, but it also comes with TinyMCE and Bootstrap.wysiwyg preinstalled. To switch, there is a key in web.config. [More]

Multiple Gallery Feeds

Version 3.0 supports multiple online galleries - from admin UI under custom -> gallery blogger can add multiple feeds and switch between them to install plugins from desirable source. [More]

Adopting CKEditor

At the core of any editor, no matter how complex it is, is a simple text box. And two main operations with editor include writing to this box and reading out of it. Understanding these three things all you need to port any editor to BlogEngine [More]

File Manager

File manager provides UI to upload files to the blog and use them in the posts and pages as images, attachments or media. These files can be selected by using "File picker" button in post/page editor. [More]

Auto Update

This feature should allow update BlogEngine.NET version 3.0 and up with a click of the button. Versions prior to 3.0 must be updated manually. To be clear, one would need manually update to 3.0 and after that will be able to get updates automatically. [More]