This Windows hosting tutorial will explain how to set HTTP Expires Response Header in IIS 7. This could be useful to leverage browser caching and to improve you ASP.NET site speed. Also, it’s recommended by Google PageSpeed Insights – Setting an expiry date or a maximum age in the HTTP headers for static resources instructs the . . . → Read More: Set HTTP Expires Response Header in IIS 7
This Windows hosting guide will explain how to increase the maximum upload file size using Windows Hosting and IIS.
In IIS 7 on Windows 2008 Hosting, the web application will reject any file that is larger than 30 MB. You can increase the maximum file size by adding the following code to in the web.config file . . . → Read More: How to increase the maximum upload file size using Windows Hosting and IIS
How to change ASP.NET version in IIS 7
1. Clich on Start Menu, Control Panel, Administrative Tools, Internet Information Services (IIS) Manager.
2. Click on Application Pools, and locate the application pool for your web site.
3. Right click on the application pool and click on Basic Settings.
4. Change the ASP.NET version from the drop down menu under .NET . . . → Read More: How to change ASP.NET version in IIS