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Default How can evaluate and test a website made by asp.ne

I create a website (http://www.hothelpdesk.com) with ASP.net 2.0 + SQL 2005, could you tell me how can evaluate and test it?

I don't know exactly which way I need check and test, maybe it need to check web site function, lookup error,give suggestion etc.

And more, could you tell me where I can find postulants or organizations to do that?

Many thanks!

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