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I know this question might be tricky, but do you know how umbraco behaves on a high traffic website on a load balanced environment? Is umbraco able to handle 300.000 request per day?
Umbraco works very well in a load-balanced environment and can handle massive traffic. For instance, http://codegarden09.com/sessions/day-1-sessions/what-we%27ve-learned/wiredcouk---building-for-massive-traffic
But you will want to be careful about how you architect and build the site. Just as you would any application that will see large traffic, various choices can help or hurt scalability and performance.
I have a moderately loaded website approx 10.000 visitors a day. One problem with css rules occurs that I wanted to ask somebody here about. When I edit the css rule file (.css) in the umbraco interface it causes the whole site to loose its css rules. The whole site turns rather uggly as you can imagine. If I update the css rulse file through ftp this doesnt happen at all. Can anyone tell me why this happens?
May I ask why you edit the CSS within Umbraco? It's recommended to edit the files on disk using proper editors rather than in Umbraco even though Umbraco offers these features. In some edge cases on minor sites where you need to do a quick fix it might be fine to use the editors but it should always be the last resort.
As all bigger projects are usually managed in source control editing files on a server can break the whole project since quickfixes made on the live site are not pushed in the code repos and within the next deploy the quick fix is being overwritten and the bug re-appears and the people start crying :)
I know it's not a direct question to your answer but I don't think it's something that has ever been tested since the CSS on big live site should not be edited through Umbraco even though it's quicker to just login edit, hit save and be done with it rather than editing locally and deploying using FTP or other deployment tools.
Just a habbit on some website. Should stop doing it I guess but wanted to know why Umbraco behaves like this
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