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Check the site bindings. If the bindings are invalid, the web site won't start and you will get 500 errors. In IIS Manager, you can see when a web site or application pool is stopped, but you may have to refresh the UI--when it first starts up, it may look fine, but when you refresh, you see that the site is stopped. Another possibility is repeated crashes. ...
When I do testing with security certificates, I often use the real certificate on the test machine. I configure the test machine with the real host name. Then I use my /etc/hosts (or hosts.txt) file to point the real domain name to the test box for testing a client. Doing this bypasses the need for generating certificates and making sure that all test ...
You can use tools like Web Page Test, Pingdom and GTMetrix These will all show you detailed information about the general performance of your website, including time to first byte on first view & repeat view & time taken to load the complete document - this addresses the first requirement. The second requirement is virtually just a fancy way of ...
Old question, but since it was asked a new project has emerged called Doctored which appears to meet the requirements, example is here: http://holloway.github.io/doctored/ The project is open source and allows the end user to not only edit xml but also validates it against a schema. Disclaimer: I am not the author of the above project.
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