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I built a web site for a company. A few months ago, the company owners split, and one of them started up a new company (new domain and everything), and I used the site code from the original web site, but changed some logos, and changed (what I thought was) all instances of the old name to the new name. We left the original site up with a redirect to the new site.
Now, when we search google for the company new name, it still finds the old site.
The old company name is "South Texas Performance".
The new company name is "Two Ten Performance".
When I google "two ten performance", it finds "south texas performance".
Can someone please tell me how to fix this?
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We are working on an application that has about 70 web services. Now managing each of these is become a mesh and for each new feature people are creating new services again and again since nobody dare to modify the existing services.
Now we are looking for best solutions to come out of the services mesh.
please redirect me if any one has faced and fixed this issue.
Recently I started using VS 2013. Before that I had used VS 2010. The problem is that: I cannot add refence of System.Web such that I cannot use its objects such as HttpContext. What can I do to solve it?
I've puzzled about this. And it only occurs in Class Libraries. System.Web is normal in web sites.
Before that in VS 2010, there was no problem in adding and using System.web components to Class Libraries.