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I come from corporate asp.net development, and I am now working on a public website which will get a lot of traffic, perhaps a million users a day. So I am faced with a ton of performance and scalability questions.
I would like to share some thoughts and see if my approaches resonate with any good practices, or perhaps I am heading down the wrong path... Either way, I want to hear opinions.
(My number one concern is the fact that I am using asp.net for a public website. I don't know of a lot of websites using asp.net)
I am using asp.net 2.0 (I know, its not the latest technology but I don't need any advanced features of asp.net 3.5 or 4, unless there are significant improvements geared towards what I am doing)
On launch date, this will be running on a dedicated Windows Server 2008 running on Intel ATOM 330 1MB L2 Cache 1.6Ghz Dual-Core with 2GB DDR RAM. Its fully managed by a full service hosting company which gives me an option to upgrade to a bigger server within a few hours. I can even move the site to a webfarm if the traffic demands it.
So I have a User Dashboard, where users can create albums and upload pictures. So what I am doing
I'm having a rather odd problem with html pages in VWD.
I'm using VWD 2008 Express on my personel home computer with windows XP as the operating system and developing aplications using my home computer as the local server. Also have a web site server..... but thats not where the issue arises now.
Problem is, when i create a new html page, a blank page with typing only on the page, say:
"this is a html page"
save the page with only the above phrase on the page, I can't go back and make any changes to the page. If i do, no matter how simple the change , all that displays is the original typing. I also cannot modify or change any of my much more extensively developed web pages.
Even the simplest addition or changes all lead to the same result when I use View in Browser or use the Start debugging option VWD ignore what ever i did and displays the original HTML content.
However if I open up the same page using IE or Mozilla Browsers, or upload the HTML page to my webhost server it shows all the changes i made. So the problem is entirely inside VWD. Only when i try to view the page in VWD does it appear as if no changes were made, IE/Mozilla show the changes made.
Furthermore this only happen
want to send muliple html pages in a email in vb.net
I am developing a SharePoint publishing portal wherein I make use of HTML Editor(third party control) in my page layout for editing the contents.
When I try to edit the page using the publishing console, the HTML Editor which I have added in my page doesn't appear at all. I monitored the design at run time using firebug and it showed no content. Where could I be wrong?
The basic issue is that I have a html page that needs just a smidgeon of code on it. The issue is that I don't want to have to rewrite the whole page to be an aspx page and put all the text boxes as asp textboxes BUT I don't know how to refer to the controls on the page without doing that.
Is there any way to add a smidgeon of aspx code to a html page without having to rewrite the whole page?
All I want to do is update a textbox or two with some data.
Any pointer to do:
Create table less HTML/CSS pages
I am having the content sources crawling some html pages from the lotus notes database.
When i do the search for any data, I am also getting the content from html source code.
Actual content in the html web page is as below:
My name is Vijay.
I am SP Admin.
The result shows:
<B>My name is Vijay.<Br/><I>I am SP Admin.
Its taking it from the source code, not showing the normal data.