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Free Trial Web Deploy 3.5 Hosting :: ASPHostPortal.com Proudly Launches Web Deploy 3.5 Hosting

clock November 1, 2013 10:51 by author Mike

Professional web hosting provider – ASPHostPortal.com proudly announced the integration of the latest Web Deploy 3.5 in all  web hosting plans. We are the first few hosting company that provide ASP.NET hosting plan that support the brand new Web  Deploy 3.5 Hosting.


WebDeploy v3.5 is now available and there are a few features to consider in this minor release:

  1. Load Balancer Support with Session Affinity. 
  2. Encrypting web.config Settings Post-Publish.
  3. App Offline Template.
  4. Seamless integration with IIS Manager (IIS7 and above), Visual Studio (2010 and above) for creating packages and  deploying them onto a machine, both locally and remotely.
  5. Integration with WebMatrix for deploying and downloading web applications.
  6. Seamless integration with the Web Platform Installer to install community web applications simply and easily.
  7. Web application packaging and deployment.
  8. Web server migration and synchronization.
  9. Automatic backup of Web Sites before making any changes.
  10. In addition to the IIS Manager, Visual Studio 10, Web Matrix tasks can be performed using the command-line, PowerShell  Cmdlets or public APIs.

According to ASPHostPortal.com, it's Web Deploy 3.5 offerings are distinguished by their low cost, with many of the hosting  services supporting the technology being of the more expensive variety.
For more information about this topics or have any enquiries related to Web Deploy 3.5 hosting, please visit  http://www.asphostportal.com

About ASPHostPortal.com:
ASPHostPortal.com is a hosting company that best support in Windows and ASP.NET-based hosting. Services include shared  hosting, reseller hosting, and sharepoint hosting, with specialty in ASP.NET, SQL Server, and architecting highly scalable  solutions. As a leading small to mid-sized business web hosting provider, ASPHostPortal strive to offer the most  technologically advanced hosting solutions available to all customers across the world. Security, reliability, and  performance are at the core of hosting operations to ensure each site and/or application hosted is highly secured and  performs at optimum level.



Free ASP.NET hosting - ASPHostPortal.com :: ASPHostPortal.com Proudly Announces Free Trial Windows ASP.NET Hosting

clock October 3, 2013 11:09 by author ben

ASPHostPortal.com is a premier Windows and ASP.NET Web hosting company that specializes in Windows and ASP.NET-based hosting. We proudly announces 7 Day Free Trial Windows and ASP.NET Hosting to all new customers. The intention of this FREE TRIAL service is to give our customers a "feel and touch" of our system. This free trial is offered for the next 7 days and at anytime, our customers can always cancel the service.


The 7 Day Free Trial is available with the following features:

- Unlimited Domains
- 5 GB Disk Space
- 60 GB of Bandwidth
- 2 MS SQL Database
- Unlimited Email Account
- Support ASP.NET 4.5
- Support MVC 4.0
- Support SQL Server 2012
- Free Installations of ASP.NET And PHP Applications

ASPHostPortal.com believes that all customers should be given a free trial before buying into a service and with such approach, customers are confident that the product / service that they choose is not faulty or wrong. Even we provide free trial service for 7 days, we always provide superior 24/7 customer service, 99,9% uptime guarantee on our world class data center. On this free trial service, our customer still can choose from our three different data centre locations, namely Singapore, United States and Amsterdam (The Netherlands)

Anyone is welcome to come and try us before they decide whether or not they want to buy. If the service does not meet your expectations, our customer can simply cancel before the end of the free trial period.

For all the details of packages available visit ASPHostPortal.com

About ASPHostPortal.com:

ASPHostPortal.com is a hosting company that best support in Windows and ASP.NET-based hosting. Services include shared hosting, reseller hosting, and sharepoint hosting, with specialty in ASP.NET, SQL Server, and architecting highly scalable solutions. As a leading small to mid-sized business web hosting provider, ASPHostPortal strive to offer the most technologically advanced hosting solutions available to all customers across the world. Security, reliability, and performance are at the core of hosting operations to ensure each site and/or application hosted is highly secured and performs at optimum level.



Magento Hosting :: Understanding Magento Full Page Cache

clock August 28, 2013 07:51 by author Mike

Magento Full Page Cache (FPC) is a very useful technique or mechanism that allows us to copy web content by storing the output of a given URL to a temporary container (caching) to help reduce bandwidth usage, cpu load, memory comsuption, database stress, perceived lag among other benefits.

We need to understand what the run function in Mage_Core_Model_App does and how it is architected:

/**
* Run application. Run process responsible for request processing and sending response.
* List of supported parameters: * scope_code - code of default scope (website/store_group/store code)
* scope_type - type of default scope (website/group/store)
* options - configuration options
*
* @param array $params application run parameters
* @return Mage_Core_Model_App
*/
public function run($params)
{
$options = isset($params['options']) ? $params['options'] : array();
$this->baseInit($options);
Mage::register('application_params', $params);

if ($this->_cache->processRequest()) {
$this->getResponse()->sendResponse();
} else { $this->_initModules();
$this->loadAreaPart(Mage_Core_Model_App_Area::AREA_GLOBAL, Mage_Core_Model_App_Area::PART_EVENTS);
if ($this->_config->isLocalConfigLoaded()) {
$scopeCode = isset($params['scope_code']) ? $params['scope_code'] : '';
$scopeType = isset($params['scope_type']) ? $params['scope_type'] : 'store';
$this->_initCurrentStore($scopeCode, $scopeType);
$this->_initRequest();
Mage_Core_Model_Resource_Setup::applyAllDataUpdates();
}

$this->getFrontController()->dispatch();
}
return $this;
}

The most important part in that function is:

$this->_cache->processRequest()

What that line does is that checks if you have defined a caching node like this under app/etc/cache.xml:

cache.xml is just an arbitrary name I chose for this blog post (It’s not really arbitrary as you will see later).

The request processor node gets checked whenever the cache model gets instantiated:

/**
* Class constructor. Initialize cache instance based on options
*
* @param array $options
*/
public function __construct(array $options = array())
{

$this->_defaultBackendOptions['cache_dir'] = Mage::getBaseDir('cache');
/**
* Initialize id prefix
*/
$this->_idPrefix = isset($options['id_prefix']) ? $options['id_prefix'] : '';
if (!$this->_idPrefix && isset($options['prefix'])) { $this->_idPrefix = $options['prefix'];
}
if (empty($this->_idPrefix)) {
$this->_idPrefix = substr(md5(Mage::getConfig()->getOptions()->getEtcDir()), 0, 3).'_';
}

$backend = $this->_getBackendOptions($options);
$frontend = $this->_getFrontendOptions($options);

$this->_frontend = Zend_Cache::factory('Varien_Cache_Core', $backend['type'], $frontend, $backend['options'],
true, true, true );
if (isset($options['request_processors'])) {
$this->_requestProcessors = $options['request_processors']; } if (isset($options['disallow_save']))
{ $this->_disallowSave = $options['disallow_save'];
}
}


This piece of code:

if (isset($options['request_processors'])) {
$this->_requestProcessors = $options['request_processors'];
}

Is what matters most.

The next thing that magento does is to find / initialize the class you have defined and it expects that you have an extractContent function defined in your model. How you do that is totally up to you but look at Magento’s implementation and get a hint or two.

Magento Full Page Cache has its own config model that loads your module’s (see no arbitrary) cache.xml file which gets initialized whenever you dispatch this event core_block_abstract_to_html_after and do you know where that event gets dispatched? If you thought in the toHtml method in Mage_Core_Block_Abstract then you should be writing this article not me.


Anyhow, the Enterprise_PageCache_Model_Observer::renderBlockPlaceholder observes that event and initializes the Enterprise config model. It has a method called _initPlaceholders which iterates through all of the cache.xml nodes and finds the definition of the holes and fillers. This model is the one that basically takes control of filling the holes you defined in the cache.xml which has a syntax similar to this:



So now we know how Magento finds the cache, config, events and adds the container name in the page. However we don’t know what the containers are? Essentially they are the ones responsible for filling the holes you have defined. Each container has two important methods applyWithoutApp and applyInApp that Vinai has explained exceptionally well here. But it will be awesome if you go take a look and be amazed because trust me YOU will need to, to fully understand it.

The function that will probably will matter most for you is:

/**
* Render block content from placeholder
*
* @return string|false
*/
protected function _renderBlock()
{
}


As that is the one that will get your dynamic content (read holes).



Magento Hosting :: Add an administrator password a Magento admin user using MySQL

clock July 29, 2013 11:29 by author ben

Magento is a very powerful and fast growing ecommerce script, created by Varien. It is an open-source platform using Zend PHP and MySQL databases. Magento offers great flexibility through its modular architecture, is completely scalable and has a wide range of control options that its users appreciate.

In this section, we are going to build a MySQL script that you can use for adding a new admin account within seconds.

It is recommended to have a salted password hash ready.

Paste into the MySQL script:


Don’t forget to set your own values on lines 4-8, 26, 27.

Note: If you use Magento CE 1.3.2.4-1.4.*, remove lines 16 and 17.

Now you are ready to run script:


That is it! Now you can execute script any time you need to add admin account.

Alternatively

If you are not comfortable using script than another way can meet your needs:

1. Click Insert button to make new admin_user record. Fill out necessary fields using existing record values and this manual as template.


2. Next we need to add record to admin_role table.

Here user_id – is ID of user that we have created. parent_id is role_id of Administrators record:

Test your new admin account.



ASPHostPortal.com Proudly Announces ASP.NET MVC 5 Hosting

clock July 12, 2013 08:43 by author Mike

ASPHostPortal.com is a premiere web hosting company that specializes in Windows and ASP.NET-based hosting, proudly announces the new Microsoft product, ASP.NET MVC 5 hosting to all new and existing customers.

ASP.NET MVC 5 is the latest update to Microsoft's popular MVC (Model-View-Controller) technology - an established web application framework. MVC enables developers to build dynamic, data-driven web sites. ASP.NET MVC 5 adds sophisticated features like single page applications, mobile optimization, adaptive rendering, and more. Here are some new features of ASP.NET MVC 5:

- ASP.NET Identity
- Bootstrap in the MVC template
- Authentication Filters
- Filter overrides

“We pride ourselves on offering the most up to date Microsoft services. We're pleased to launch this product today on our hosting environment” said Dean Thomas, Manager at ASPHostPortal.com. “We have always had a great appreciation for the products that Microsoft offers. With the launched of ASP.NET MVC 5 hosting services, we hope that developers and our existing clients can try this new features.”

ASPHostPortal.com is one of the Microsoft recommended hosting partner that provide most stable and reliable web hosting platform. With the new launch of ASP.NET MVC 5 into its feature, it will continue to keep ASPHostPortal as one of the front runners in the web hosting market. For more information about new ASP.NET MVC 5, please visit http://www.asphostportal.com.

About ASPHostPortal.com:
ASPHostPortal.com is a hosting company that best support in Windows and ASP.NET-based hosting. Services include shared hosting, reseller hosting, and sharepoint hosting, with specialty in ASP.NET, SQL Server, and architecting highly scalable solutions. As a leading small to mid-sized business web hosting provider, ASPHostPortal strive to offer the most technologically advanced hosting solutions available to all customers across the world. Security, reliability, and performance are at the core of hosting operations to ensure each site and/or application hosted is highly secured and performs at optimum level.



ASPHostPortal.com Proudly Announces ASP.NET MVC 5 Hosting

clock July 12, 2013 08:38 by author Mike

ASPHostPortal.com is a premiere web hosting company that specializes in Windows and ASP.NET-based hosting, proudly announces the new Microsoft product, ASP.NET MVC 5 hosting to all new and existing customers.

ASP.NET MVC 5 is the latest update to Microsoft's popular MVC (Model-View-Controller) technology - an established web application framework. MVC enables developers to build dynamic, data-driven web sites. ASP.NET MVC 5 adds sophisticated features like single page applications, mobile optimization, adaptive rendering, and more. Here are some new features of ASP.NET MVC 5:

- ASP.NET Identity
- Bootstrap in the MVC template
- Authentication Filters
- Filter overrides

“We pride ourselves on offering the most up to date Microsoft services. We're pleased to launch this product today on our hosting environment” said Dean Thomas, Manager at ASPHostPortal.com. “We have always had a great appreciation for the products that Microsoft offers. With the launched of ASP.NET MVC 5 hosting services, we hope that developers and our existing clients can try this new features.”

ASPHostPortal.com is one of the Microsoft recommended hosting partner that provide most stable and reliable web hosting platform. With the new launch of ASP.NET MVC 5 into its feature, it will continue to keep ASPHostPortal as one of the front runners in the web hosting market. For more information about new ASP.NET MVC 5, please visit http://www.asphostportal.com.

About ASPHostPortal.com:
ASPHostPortal.com is a hosting company that best support in Windows and ASP.NET-based hosting. Services include shared hosting, reseller hosting, and sharepoint hosting, with specialty in ASP.NET, SQL Server, and architecting highly scalable solutions. As a leading small to mid-sized business web hosting provider, ASPHostPortal strive to offer the most technologically advanced hosting solutions available to all customers across the world. Security, reliability, and performance are at the core of hosting operations to ensure each site and/or application hosted is highly secured and performs at optimum level.



Magento Hosting – ASPHostPortal.com :: Optimize SEO on Your Magneto Platform

clock July 2, 2013 10:13 by author ben

The Magento eCommerce platform is sufficiently scalable, flexible and ready for your increasing online business targets. Magento is one of the most popular business e-commerce tools. Like any other web platform, Magento can and should be managed to obtain SEO (search engine optimization). This article will provide users of Magento e-commerce sites to optimize their websites for SEO.

Implement Magento Multistore carefully

One of the greatest advantages of Magento is its inherent ability to support multiple stores. A single administration and interface will manage all orders, your products and every other thing. This benefit can act negatively for search engine optimisation. Often the developers use same product description for similar products that are sold through multiple sites. Repetition of exact information on each site for these similar products means that you are duplicating yourself. This allegation becomes strong when your multiple sites use same IP block depending on the host.

Setting the header

Your Magento install will have a title of “Magento commerce” by default; you need to change it. You need to remember few things to draw traffic in your online store. Search engines put weightage on preliminary words; so putting keywords at the beginning of the page can ensure a better rank. Even those scanning search results can only view those early words. They will click on the page if the keywords are at the beginning. All people do not rely on the brand name while performing search. So select keywords carefully. If you add common keywords that may be used for a product search this will help product pages to rank in long tail searches.

Managing site images

A neglected aspect in Magento SEO is how to manage images. You will surely achieve extra traffic by writing suitable alt tags for images and sincerely deciding the name of the image files. The images will have the product title by default which you can rename with some extra effort.

Optimising the categories

The most important fields to consider when improving your Magneto Site SEO are :

Meta description: this part will appear in the search result and you need to put an attractive description in this part.

Page title: it is better to keep this section empty so that you can use category name in addition to parent categories. If you wish to customise this portion, select a title exactly similar to your input and without parent category.

URL key: Create short yet keyword rich URL. It is a good idea to avoid stop words like “and”, “for”, “the” and many others.

Specify name, metadata, title and description for each store. It is a great feature when you have a Multilanguage store.

Speed is an important Ranking and conversion factor

“How quickly your shop loads”- is a vital factor in terms of making conversion as well as SEO. Attracting people in your site is only the primary work done. Your main aim is to engage them and guide them to make purchase. However, if the pages take enough time to load; there are competitors. Modern people have time constraint and they will switch to a website that takes lesser time to load. The search engine spiders will crawl on maximum pages each day if your online shop loads quickly.

Disabled Products

A common condition that most online shop owners experience is when a popular product is disabled. It is possible that a particular product attracts much attention and thus has thousands of inbound links. When the website disabled that product, users and search engine land on a 404 error page if they clicked on the dysfunctional URL. It will be most effective from the perspective of user and search engine if they are directed to another page related to the product that no longer exists. Thus, it will create a better user experience and retain the position of search engine that the product used to hold.

 



Magento Hosting - ASPHostPortal.com :: Tips To maximize the performance of Magento

clock July 1, 2013 11:23 by author ben

Magento is a feature-rich eCommerce platform built on open-source technology that provides online merchants with unprecedented flexibility and control over the look, content and functionality of their eCommerce store. Magento’s intuitive administration interface features powerful marketing, search engine optimization and catalog-management tools to give merchants the power to create sites that are tailored to their unique business needs. many of the benefits if using Magento, including:

  • Total ecommerce solutions 
  • Open community
  • Its open source
  • Full featured
  • Out-of-the-box Features
  • Total ecommerce solutions
  • Extensions
  • Effective admin facilities
  • Flexibility
  • Easy to learn and update
  • Easy to maintain to shop owners

Here is tips to check and maximize your  store’s performance provided by Magento:

1. Load test your system under peak load scenarios. Use your holiday sales projections and predictive load testing to test your system for capacity to handle concurrent users in both browsing and buying scenarios. Predictive load testing services are available from companies such as Gomez, Concentric, and Magento’s Expert Consulting Group (ECG).

2. Enable Magento application caching features. Magento allows you to cache configuration, layouts, blocks output, translations, collections data, Web services configuration, and full pages (Full Page Caching is exclusive to Magento Enterprise Edition). All these cache types can be enabled/disabled via the Magento Admin panel and can help improve overall system performance.

3. Know your backup or failover strategy. Your System Integrator or technical support team may have created one for you, but have you reviewed it lately? Know what—and who—is involved so you can be prepared.

4. Clean up any inactive CMS pages and remove out-of-date promotions or products. The less data you have to serve up or rules you have to validate against, the faster your response times.

5. Know your scale and database replication strategy. Beyond knowing what to do if a server fails, you should have a plan in place for quickly deploying additional standby hardware to accommodate load spikes on days such as Black Friday or Cyber Monday.

6. Schedule heavy admin activity outside of peak hours. Also, refrain from flushing cache or re-indexing via the admin panel during peak traffic periods.

7. Check the timing of your scheduled processes. Be sure that back-end processes such as database backups and batched imports or exports don’t coincide with expected peak holiday hours. You don’t want to find out during an outage that routine backups brought down your system.

8. Apply catalog price rules well in advance of peak hours. Magento requires time to update price rules such as markdowns; apply the rules early to avoid slowing down your system while these updates occur.

9. Use a Content Delivery Network (CDN) to serve static content and HTML pages. CDN services (Akamai and Peer 1 Hosting are examples of two such service providers) work by storing copies of your files on servers located in datacenters around the world; the server located nearest to your site’s visitor responds to the page request. Offloading static pages, images, CSS style sheets, and Javascript files can increase your ability to serve more concurrent users during the holidays and improve your site’s overall responsiveness.

10. Archive old orders and limit your shopping cart lifespan. Unless you specify otherwise, your customers’ abandoned shopping carts will retain their items indefinitely. Set a reasonable limit on shopping cart lifetime values (such as 30 or 60 days during the holidays). Likewise, archiving order data is a manual process in Magento. Offload last season’s data to make room for more orders and transactions.

11. Disable extra functionality you’re not using. Magento is a robust and feature-rich platform. If you’re not using certain native functionality—such as wish lists or gift cards—in your store, have your SI temporarily disable these so you can realize the best possible performance. (Note: Disabling functionality must be done at the programming level.)

12. Limit the number of concurrent promotions in the system. The more promotional rules you create, the more calculations the system needs to perform at checkout—and the slower your site performance. Instead of setting up multiple promotions, try targeting specific customers using conditions. (Customer segmentation is exclusive to Magento Enterprise Edition).



Magento Hosting - ASPHostPortal.com :: Magento API Roles Not Updating

clock June 28, 2013 06:14 by author Mike

Magento is an opensource e-Commerce web application trusted by the world's leading brands. Magento has become a popular choice in the last few years because of all the choices and features it gives while developing an ecommerce website. If you or a 3rd party developer needs to access your Magento powered ecommerce store, then you’ll want to do so via the built-in API. Granting access to the Magento API is a fairly simple task. Giving a Role custom or full access is done under Web Services > Roles. Choose your Role, then select the Role Resources tab. From this screen you can set the access that this particular Role has.

While creating a Role and giving access to the Catalog section I noticed that the Role Resources were never updating, no matter if I gave full or custom permissions. The version of Magento was 1.6.2 (latest at the time of development). There is apparently a bug with the code that affects 1.6.X versions of Magento Community Edition (CE).

The fix is fairly simple and requires a small code adjustment on the core code. Generally, it’s best to copy over the core code you are editing to a local version as your edits will get overwritten if you update the core code. But, since we know that this has been patched in 1.7, it’s best to let Magento overwrite it when we do upgrade.

Below is the code edit: Inside app/code/core/Mage/AdminHtml/Block/Api/Tab/RolesEdit.php we will look inside the constructor for a function call to getPermission.

The old line of code should be:

if (array_key_exists(strtolower($item->getResource_id()), $resources) && $item->getPermission() == 'allow')

The new line of code should be:

if (array_key_exists(strtolower($item->getResource_id()), $resources) && $item->getApiPermission() == 'allow')

This's all step fixed the issue for others running 1.6.X and not being able to edit an API User’s Role Resouces.



Magento Hosting :: SEO Tips for Setting Up Magento eCommerce and Making the Magento product import fully automatic

clock June 14, 2013 06:21 by author ben

Magento eCommerce is quickly becoming one of the more popular eCommerce platforms for businesses of all sizes. Launched in March of 2008, this platform seems to have it all—catalog management, mobile commerce, analytics and reporting, checkout, etc.—and offers both a free version as well as a paid enterprise-level version. However, there is one thing that Magento eCommerce doesn’t get right: SEO.

Search engine optimization (SEO) is one of the most important aspects of Internet marketing. Fortunately, Magento eCommerce isn’t a lost cause. Although it may not be search-engine-ready right away, there are a few things a company owner can do to help get it ready.

Getting Magento eCommerce Ready for SEO

  • Rewrite the Default URL.

You should always look at your URL configuration and make sure it is ready to go for the search engine bots. Long URLs, or URLs in their dynamic forms, can be confusing to search engines and then cause them to miss information that a URL can offer. Fixing a URL configuration is known as “rewriting” the URL, and this can often be completed with a variety of tools. With the Magento platform, it’s as easy as clicking the System section à Configuration panel à Web option à and setting the feature to “Yes.

You may also want to turn off your Store ID code additions so they are not included in your URL. You can find this option in the web configuration setting,

Finally, it’s a good idea to take advantage of 301 redirects to make sure that whether your visitors type in the domain with a “www” and used without the “www” they are taken to the same place. To do this, you must access your site’s .htaccess file and set up rewrites so that search engines know how to index your URLs. You can learn more about the .htaccess file here.

  • Customize aspects of all the different pages for SEO.

As with all things SEO, the content on the magneto platform needs to be optimized for search engines. This means that you should focus on a few specific keywords and make sure that your meta tags, title of your pages, and URL are all optimized for that keyword. You can do this by going to the backend of your site and going from Catalog à the Manage categories section. You will also want to make sure that your images are optimized by using your keywords in the titles of your images. You can find this by going from Images à to Product information.

  • Help speed up your site.

Having a site that loads and works quickly is becoming more and more important in the eyes of Google, but it’s also important if you want to keep your users engaged and decrease frustration. The Magento platform is not known for its speed, but fortunately there are a few things you can do to help speed up the system. First, go to the cache management section and enable all of the caching choices. Next, consider whether or not your web host can handle the volume Magento offers. Finally, combine all of your CSS files into a single page to help improve speed.

Making the Magento product import fully automatic.

If we got the above working, we need to get the working fully automatic. We want to import our products and do a complete reindex of magento every night. First we create a file that can be executed by the shell that imports the products and reindexes it. Call it something like import.sh (sh from shell):

echo mag_import.php 7
php /PATH/TO/YOUR/MAGENTOINSTALLATION/shell/mag_product_import.php 7
echo indexer.php reindexall
php /PATH/TO/YOUR/MAGENTOINSTALLATION/shell/indexer.php reindexall

Try and run the file with the following:

bash /PATH/TO/YOUR/MAGENTOINSTALLATION/shell/shell_dayly.sh

If that all works properly, we can setup our cronjob to do it automatically every night. Enter the following into you shell:

crontab -e

Now, if something happens to our import, somethings goes wrong, etc, we wan't to get notified. Add the following line at the top of the crontab file.

MAILTO=info@youremail.com

Below the Magento line we add our import cron:

0 0 * * * bash /PATH/TO/YOUR/MAGENTOINSTALLATION/shell/import.sh

Now save the crontab (depends on the editor how) and your all set.

Note: if you want to see error regarding the import, lines that could not be processed open /PATH/TO/YOUR/MAGENTOINSTALLATION/var/log/import.log or browse to the file in the shell and type:

tail -f import.log



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