Msg#: 4597356 posted 10:08 am on Jul 29, 2013 (gmt 0)
Hi, I have an ASP site running off a windows server, (not IIS if that's relevant.)
We're doing a site re-design and removing the antiques side to the site, which basically contain a search criteria input page, search results pages showing upto 10 products per page and the product page.
The product page and search results pages are dynamically created and the URLs are "www.domainname.com/pages/search_results.aspx?dynamicstring.aspx" and the product pages are www.domainname.com/pages/product_page.aspx?product_id=NNNN.
If I remove this area of the web site completely will a 301 redirect on the top level dynamic pages ie search_results.aspx and product_page.aspx be sufficient to re-direct traffic and PR , or do I need to put some kind of code in on each of these two pages, say if dynamic parameters <> "" then do a re-direct? Thanks for any advice
Msg#: 4597356 posted 1:57 am on Oct 18, 2013 (gmt 0)
You can run asp.net on with mono on a linux server, but that's a bad, bad, bad idea. Asp.net is great to develop in, but it's really sensitive to anything being wonky with it's environment. If you can shell out $7 a month, databasemart is a good solution to get a .net site.
Msg#: 4597356 posted 7:59 pm on Oct 18, 2013 (gmt 0)
I was a hard core MS hater/php guy for years until I was forced to use .net for a new job. After actually doing both for a few years, I can tell you that for about 90% of all development projects, and experienced .net developer will build much faster than an experienced PHP developer. The only things I don't feel it's applicable to are projects that would be along the scale of facebook or amazon. Things like that.