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Defunct website taken over by spammer. How to stop them?

A friend of mine used to publish a small literary fiction magazine, both in print and on the web. In 2011 she announced that she was quitting, put a note on the website, and carefully unwound the ...
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Getting expired domain name - most effective route?

There is a domain name I have been wanting for years that was used as a parked page (read: cybersquatted) that has entered into WHOIS's redemptionPeriod stage. The domain has been expired for 61 ...
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How do I expire by type in .htaccess for remote loaded Google fonts?

Is it possible to set expire by type for remote fonts or Google analytics? I'm getting this report from GTMetrix and everything I've tried isn't working. Suggestions? There are 4 static components ...
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Can I set Cache-Control in the .htaccess file for a specific part of a document (just a section of the <body>)

I noticed, by using Google Page Speed Insights, that if I structure my HTML to load the critical, above-the-fold content first, my page will improve performance - and it woks (with now current perf. ...
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Why is “29030400” seconds used as a common value for cache expiration?

I noticed that 29030400 is used very often in the Expires directives for static files. Google recommends to cache this kind of files up to 1 year (1 month at least). I did the math: 29030400 seconds ...
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Can a past Expires header value cause a site to not be indexed by Google?

I'm using this: <filesMatch "\.(html|htm|js|css)$"> FileETag None <ifModule mod_headers.c> Header unset ETag Header set Cache-Control "max-age=0, no-cache, no-store, ...
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Workaround for Chrome not handling backward date change in Windows

I'm heavily making use of cookies for a website. Their expiry period is set to 1 day. My preferred test browser is Chrome 28, Windows 7. For a test, I need to change the date of my OS back to eg the ...
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Apache returns 304, I want it to ignore anything from client and send the page

I am using Apache HTTPD 2.2 on Windows. mod_expires is commented out. Most other stuff are not changed from the defaults. gzip is on. I made some changes to my .js files. My client gets one 304 ...
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Is no cache meta tag bad for performance?

I see many websites, seemingly arbitrarily adding the no cache meta tag on every page. Like this: <META HTTP-EQUIV="PRAGMA" CONTENT="NO-CACHE"> <META HTTP-EQUIV="CACHE-CONTROL" ...
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What is the default behavior of Cache-Control

If no private nor public were defined in the cache-control, e.g. Cache-Control: max-age=31461276 What is the expected behavior?
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Is a good technique to buy abandoned domains to get link juice? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Could I buy a domain name to increase traffic to my site like this? Yesterday I was discussing with a friend an idea he had. To promote your site about, for example, ...
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Setting Cache-Control and Expires headers for the end client only

I am trying to add explicit caching to 301 redirects. However, I am worried that a permanent redirect for one user might not be permanent for another user. So I'd like to use Cache-Control: no-cache ...
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expires headers and forcing cache-loading instead of 304?

so here is a little mystery. google analytics javascript somehow always loads from browser cache on F5 (in Firefox). i cannot get the same thing to happen with my own scripts. here are the headers ...
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Can I set a variable “Expires” in Amazon S3?

I have a ton of files in Amazon S3 (served via Cloudfront) for which I have added an Expires header of Mon, Jan 1 2024 11:11:11 GMT However, I have recently learned that setting an Expires header ...