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Look into "Application Initialization" IIS 7.5, Windows 2008 R2 (harder to setup) IIS 8, Windows 2012 App Initialization allow any application (application pool not site) restart to overlap and use the old, still running the previous application while warming up the new application start. Once the new application is spun up (determined by URLs you can set),...


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There are a number of ways to handle what you're asking for, and a few different aspects to your question: Handle small updates for promotions What you're really after here is a content management system or similar that allows you to edit the content on the fly (think Wordpress/Drupal or from a .NET point of view N2 CMS, Umbraco, Orchard, etc.), however ...


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You didn't state who makes the recommendation but the specification itself says no such thing. A heading begins sectioning content and there may be more than one sectioning content on a page. However, what you are asking about, is the "document outline" and it does not exist in browsers today. In particular note this reference from one of the HTML authors ...


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It depends.. do you want control of your reviews or allow anyone to leave one even if they never did business with you? Keep in mind the most "helpful" reviews on most review sites are sadly, the bad ones. Between fake reviews and discount for product reviews, the whole review idea is losing credibility. What I have told clients who sell a product is to ...


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If you can, I'd suggest switching to friendly URLs. For example: http://www.example.com/section/one instead of: http://www.example.com/index.php?section=one However, if you MUST use query strings in the address bar, then stick with alpha-numeric characters and use equals to separate names from values, and the ampersand to separate sets of name-value ...


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You're looking for a Learning Management System (LMS), preferably one with SCORM support so the logging/verification can happen. For heavy use, I would normally recommend Moodle as it has the widest variety of plugins and modules available for SCORM integration and also provides the fine-tuning and configuration options necessary to create a customized ...


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The question is now 5 years old. Today, you can achive this quite simple with the phpBB3 forum. It would require the following steps: Step 1 Use the Authentication Plugin to synchronize your database with your membership site, i.e. log users automatically in whenever a user logs into your membership site and update profile settigs (language, email, name, ...


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