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Smile Best way for Website suggestion please

HI
i want to develop a database driven website with lots of data traffic now i want to know what will be the best way to approach this work.
i mean shld i use silverlight and ajax for frontend and sql server 2005 for the backend.
what methodology shld i follow for database connectivity ado.net or wcf
what bout query shld it be simple sql query????

Just want to make a good efficient website with all of u people's help

coze i dont want to make a website and then remake it again


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