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comment Where can I quickly and simply host a website for free to show a client remotely?
I would do a screen-share, personally.
May
20
comment What is an application pool in IIS?
and better: stackoverflow.com/questions/3868612/…
May
20
comment What is an application pool in IIS?
Try: technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc735247%28v=ws.10%29.aspx and microsoft.com/technet/prodtechnol/WindowsServer2003/Library/IIS/…
May
20
comment What is an application pool in IIS?
Google is your friend
May
20
comment Copy an IIS site from one server to another
IIS7 and 8 do have differences yes - one is when you want to run something like PHP, you have to install it as a role.
May
20
comment Copy an IIS site from one server to another
Well assuming all IIS settings, user permissions, file permissions etc are correct, the new server can access the DB, then its likely to work. Is there any reason you cant just transfer everything and try it?
May
20
comment Copy an IIS site from one server to another
Unlikely. More info needed, does it rely on a database? IIS8 is native to 2012, not IIS7
Aug
28
comment FTP many images from one server to another server in fastest way
Are these servers local to each other? or connected via the net?
Nov
28
comment Are these hacking attempts or something less sinister?
no, in the end we blocked external RDP completely at the firewall.
Sep
27
comment What wireframing tools can produce something that looks like a finished website?
its far easier in illustrator to do a quick mock-up. if im doing a layout, the last thing i want is a rasterised image where i cant move parts about.
Sep
25
comment How can I monitor a website for malicious changes to the files
interesting question - do you have any clue HOW your server was compromised??
Sep
24
comment Creating advanced website by redirecting and replacing content from Google Sites
or just load IFRAMES containing the google site content pages into the main website?
Sep
19
comment Use Outlook password for website verification
@JackLockyer - Are the users managed by Active Directory? I have just implemented a very similar solution, but cant help if AD is not being used. Do users access their outlook from home/remote or are they all within a corporate network?
Aug
24
comment Would parallelizing downloads across hostnames improve TTFB?
ooh TTFB! that would explain why googling came up blank on that!
Aug
24
comment Would parallelizing downloads across hostnames improve TTFB?
What is TTF supposed to mean??
Aug
23
comment If I override <STRONG> in CSS, does it retain any style elements?
no, this is a different situation, i am asking if there are any other properties that <STRONG> implies, other than making the text bold.
Aug
23
comment If I override <STRONG> in CSS, does it retain any style elements?
I dont agree with your first part - if i set font-weight to 800, for example, that overrides the standard font weight property implied by '<STRONG>'
Aug
8
comment What is the advantage of increasing “maximum worker processes” in IIS?
That makes sense yes - is there any way to force a process to reply only to its own sessions? Luckily the site I'm currently working on only currently gets around 1000 requests a day, so load isn't an issue.
Aug
3
comment Why is honest cloaking for Ajax considered bad practice?
I have always been of the opinion of "if it works, inst a bandwidth/browser hog, and isn't deceitful" then its ok. "Bad practice" is subjective as the web is still a very open platform, and even w3c very rarely state bluntly that something is bad practice. I sometimes ask myself if using a HTML table is bad practice as the CSS Nazis would have you think, but they work, perfectly well.
Aug
1
comment What type of spam is this?
As John Conde says below, one submit can spawn multiple email instances to be sent. I SERIOUSLY suggest securing it ASAP - one of my servers got a spam bit virus once, and my IP was blacklisted as a spamming address for over a year.