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Just wondering what is your go live checklist?
anyone any others you would add?
Set debug=false in system.web section
<compilation defaultLanguage="c#" debug="false" batch="false" targetFramework="4.5">
Verify custom error mode is RemoteOnly , defaultRedirect is defined and errorpage.html is located in root
<customErrors defaultRedirect="errorpage.html" mode="RemoteOnly" />
httpErrors defined in system.webServer section of the web.config
Set 404 page in /config/umbracosettings.config
<!-- the id of the page that should be shown if the page is not found -->
<!-- <errorPage culture="default">1</errorPage>-->
<!-- <errorPage culture="en-US">200</errorPage>-->
Just checking if you know about the Health Checks dashboard (in the Settings section)?
When the feature was being developed, a lot of the launch checks were added in - pretty much the things that you mention, debug=false, custom errors, etc.
I don't think there are ones for favicon.ico or canonical meta-tag ... although I guess that depends on the type of thing you're building with Umbraco, (e.g. if it was a headless CMS, they'd be less relevant).
There's also a community package with some extra health checks - if they are relevant for you?
Yes kneew about the health checks but was wondering also about the likes of clientdependency config there a couple of localhost references should these be changed?
I hadn't noticed the localhost references in ClientDependency.config before - looks like it's to do with bundling assets - I've never changed them myself.
But then I don't really use ClientDependency on the frontend, (I have used it on a couple of sites in the past, but not for every project).
Most of the Go Live checks I can think of, (for majority of websites), are now covered by the Health Checks dashboard.
Although I hadn't considered the <httpErrors> one... nice one! :-)
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