I wonder what was nefarious about it?
It is almost an entirely basic ASP.NET MVC project.
Maybe the Amazon.com <iframe> Those can be nefarious I guess.
Thanks for reporting in. Much appreciated. Lots of nice people here at CP.
I'm guessing the problem is on your end.
No problems whatsoever here.
Win8.1, tried it in Chrome, FireFox, and IE (yes, I fired up IE just for you!).
The site loads instantly and looks fine in all browsers.
Thanks for trying it out.
I actually found out that there was a DNS problem going on so it would take up to 7 seconds (from my perspective) to even resolve the ip address. It seemed to be a problem with my local provider.
There are many factors that make your site works slowly
1. Internal Factor
- have you optimized all your codes?
- have you optimized your SQL query?
- how effective your code, connection and database?
2. External Factor
- server specification
- network connection
- total number of clients/sites in a server
- whether there are junks, applications that are installed on the server
- whether there are cron, scheduled tasks that run on the server
If you believe that you have optimized your code, then the problem might be on the hosting provider. I heard many complaints about Godaddy hosting services. They are not good enough for hosting. But winhost, although I never tried them, but I see many good reviews about them. I always use asphostportal.com to host my asp.net site. I feel comfortable with them
I am a blogger/internet marketer & want to create a price comparison website like PriceRaja.com. Someone please help me to know what technology they have used to create the this amazing website. I am very obsessed about It's value for money feature.
That is probably not enough to do what you want. You need a good in-depth understanding of web technology in order to create such an application. And this is not the sort of question that can be answered in a technical forum, the scope is far too wide.
Possibly, but as I said previously, the scope of your question is too wide for this forum. Also, there is a very large amount of work required to build such a system, and it often involves co-operation from the sites that you wish to compare. It is not the sort of thing that you can create in a few days, or even weeks.
I have been trying to use SOAPUI freeware but it won't work in our environment with my project. The ReadyAPI does work with the project and no changes. My trial ran out on ReadyAPI. Nice tools but SOAPUI free is not supported.
Any free alternatives tools that can be used for testing API calls?
Customising the file input is fairly complicated. Most browsers don't give you any hooks to do it, so you end up hiding the input and generating the UI yourself. It's tricky, because you have to make the click event on your custom UI trigger the click event on the input, so that the file dialog pops up. Whipping File Inputs Into Shape with Bootstrap 3 · A Beautiful Site[^]
You might have more luck using a pre-built control for this. For example: