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You receive the 401 because SharePoint still expects you to authenticate - so though IIS is passing in IUSR, it doesn't have permissions to logon. You stated you are not seeing the button for enabling site access - and this is what you need before anonymous user can see site content. From what you describe if you followed those steps you should be ok - but ...
Did you happen to check the Feature.xml file ? The Feature.xml file must contain, the Receiver class and receiver assembly properties.Also make sure that feature (FeatureActivated and FeatureDeactivating)receivers are in place!!
You can use meta data managed navigation
I don't think you can accomplish this declaratively via CAML within an elements.xml file. However, if you are developing for SharePoint 2013 you may want to look into managed navigation, specifically the friendly URLs functionality: "Friendly URLs are URLs that correspond to a term in the navigation term set, and that provide a shorter, more meaningful ...
Leave your solution as it is and just add an 'Empty Element'-Item. Click on that item in the solution explorer and than double-click on the three-dots-button for the "Safe Control Entries"-Collection. There add a safe control entry. You can leave the values at proposed by visual studio. Now add that Empty Element-Item to your solution just by moving it to ...
You should have permission at Admin level, so that you can create site collection and can save web as a template. If you such permission then save sites as template n try to res-store in production server.
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