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What is “blocking time” in Chrome browser?

According to the answer of http://stackoverflow.com/questions/15597936/blocking-time-in-google-chrome: "Blocking" is the time the request spent waiting for an already established connection to ...
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I seem to have lost the ability to detach the Chrome (40.0.2202.3 dev-m) webmaster tools [migrated]

I cannot be the only person who has noticed the webmaster tools re-attached themselves to the main window in Version 40.0.2202.3 dev-m. Does anyone else who uses the dev branch know where the feature ...
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Do I need a wildcard SSL certificate for inclusion in the HSTS preload list?

I'd like to submit my personal site into the Chrome HSTS preload list. The site there says: In order to be included on the HSTS preload list, your site must: Have a valid certificate. ...
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Understanding the SHA1 sunset on SSL

According to this article: http://googleonlinesecurity.blogspot.co.uk/2014/09/gradually-sunsetting-sha-1.html SHA1 in SSL certificates will start reporting SSL errors to chrome browsers fairly soon. ...
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What is Manifest for Web Application, and do we need it?

Web Application Manifests: Starting in Chrome 39, Manifests let developers wrap metadata about a Web application into a single file, reducing duplication and saving a bit of bandwidth. Adding apps ...
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Insecure content warning on ssl page with unsubmitted http form

On the secure https section of a website, I just found out that I had an insecure content warning that was killing the "lock" functionality and hurting conversions (because users didn't have the green ...
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<audio> tag with stream

I'm using the following code to stream audio on a web page: <audio controls autoplay="autoplay"><source src="http://example:8001/mpd.ogg" type="audio/mp3"> It works just well on Firefox, ...
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How to stop browser from rejecting my downloads?

I have a portfolio site where I am trying to host some of my work, so people can download my work. Some of these files include exe executables, and some are .jar executables, which are run through ...
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inspect element on webpage displayed by Google Chrome

How can I inspect an element within a webpage displayed by Google Chrome browser as Firebug allows me to do on Firefox ? This question does not help me.If you are used to use Firefox and Firebug, you ...
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Google pre-rendering causing double and triple events [duplicate]

Is it possible to detect google chrome and firefox prerendering on the server side, or in .htaccess, and defer the prerendering for the purpose of monitoring traffic and website events, or do I need ...
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Google Chrome issue with SSL

Using this code: RewriteEngine on RewriteCond %{HTTPS} off RewriteRule (.*) https://%{HTTP_HOST}%{REQUEST_URI} My site goes to HTTPS if I type in www.domain.com. HOWEVER, only Google Chrome refuses ...
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Publishing Application on Website

I'm a software developer, and I'm trying to publish some open source software on my site. My software is designed for Windows users, so I want to use a single file "setup.exe" or something likewise. ...
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Google Chrome dev panel position keeps reseting

No matter if using Google Chrome 35.0.1916.27 beta-m 34.0.1847.116 m When I open dev panel (F12) it keeps resetting to it's default position. I want to keep it docked to right with certain size ...
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Can the double downloads in pages with <link rel=“subresource” …> tags be avoided for user refresh requests?

When a user refreshes/reloads a web page, this results in HTTP requests with max-age=0. Pages utilizing the prefetch or subresource feature (e.g. tags like <link rel="subresource" ...
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Why does jkmwpkl.gov.my only look like it should on Chrome for Windows?

Go to jkmwpkl.gov.my on Chrome for Ubuntu 13.10 Note that the page does not display correctly Go to jkmwpkl.gov.my on Chrome for Windows 7 Note that it DOES display correctly. So why the ...
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What does the Chrome error code (6) in “appcache fetch failed” indicate?

I am developing a website that uses the html cache manifest (AppCache). I often see the following line in Chrome's console: Application Cache Error event: Manifest fetch failed (6) ...
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Why is cached page showing after clearing all browser data

I have cleared all browsing data from Chrome as well as pressed Ctrl+F5, but a cached home page is still displayed. My test homepage shows the new page correctly. I am absolutely positive the new page ...
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Why would layout differ on first-load of a webpage?

Not entirely sure I understand what's going on, but would appreciate some pointers or things to try. (In Chrome/Mac...) In an incognito window, try loading http://ireland.media.info - and look at ...
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Flash referrer passing/blocking

I have noticed that in firefox when playing a mp4/flv file via a swf player, A referrer is not sent from the swf player. However if we switch over to chrome, a referrer is sent. With this being said, ...
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Chrome 'Safe Browsing' blocks my setup exe as malware [closed]

Recently our software download has been marked as malicious malware by Chrome's Safe Browsing feature. We currently have no warnings in Webmaster Tools. All anti virus software marks the download as ...
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What is the best way to let Google know the difference between a Production, Development, and Staging environment?

We have three domain names with pretty close to duplicate content (they're Magento sites). We'll call them production.com, development.com, and staging.com. I have robots no-index on development.com ...
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Bots inside chrome v31?

I am currently running a wordpress site with the plugin "Wassup" installed. In the last time I have registered around 30 users per day that call /wp-login.php on my webpage. And all of them always use ...
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Why am I frequently asked to access a cached copy of a particular webpage?

I moved my WordPress website from localhost to a live server, but sometime I am able to access my website and sometime not, it shows: Oops! Google Chrome could not find www.example.com Access a ...
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Why is this response being cached?

I have a client whose site's index.html currently comes back with these headers: Accept-Ranges: bytes Connection: Keep-Alive Content-Encoding: gzip Content-Length: 3658 Content-Type: ...
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Firefox doesn't render one character with imported font (Chrome does it well)

I've run into an issue with Firefox. Check out the example: http://codepen.io/anon/pen/BuLhF. Basically, with the font Poiret One, embedded with Google fonts, the letter ō doesn't render properly in ...
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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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<center> is not supported in HTML5 but its still working. How?

<center> tag to make texts centered is not supported in HTML5 but its still working in the latest version of chrome. Is Chrome making up for the mistake or is it still supporting the deprecated ...
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What to use for rapid PageSpeed analysis — Google Insights or Chrome extension?

Which score is most reliable (and complete) to use when comparing different sites and pages to get a quick idea (e.g. between competitor websites without detailed analysis)? I am asking because for ...
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Chrome refused to execute this JavaScript file

In the head of my HTML page, I have: <script src="https://raw.github.com/cloudhead/less.js/master/dist/less-1.3.3.js"></script> When I load the page in my browser (Google Chrome v ...
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Chrome recent change to password field handling breaks my page

Our site has a profile update page which allows the user to change their password and other basic information. This page has been in production since 2006. Recent changes to Chrome have broken the way ...
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laggy web page with jquery and images [closed]

I have a slow down problem with my single page website: basically it uses a LOT of memory (around 120MB) and, when scrolling, it can easily reach 40-90% of CPU usage! I am wondering what the problem ...
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Does the payment due to the ads placed on our site gets low to some extent due to adblock extensions? [closed]

I am new to ads and payments, Today I realized that even I use the adblock extension on Google Chrome, so now if the visitor of my site also use this extension, then is my earning affected by that ...
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Disabling HTML5 rendering in Chrome

I want to test fallback if a browser isn't HTML5 ready. Is there an easy way to disable HTML rendering in Chrome?
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making a site searchable via Chrome search bar

I use Google Chrome. When I want to search Wikipedia, I type www.wikipedia.org into the search bar and then press tab. The screen looks like this: If I type some search words, it uses the actual ...
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Which browsers send “Expect: 100-Continue” request header? [closed]

I just want to make sure which browsers send the Expect: 100-Continue header? So that until the server responds with a 100 Continue HTTP status, no data should be sent.
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Force users to use Google Chrome

I have a very selected group of users on my web application. Not everyone can just visit the website, and if they do they will need login information to see anything but the login box. The users have ...
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Why is my cache manifest failing?

I have created the following cache maniest file- CACHE MANIFEST CACHE: http://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/1.9.0/jquery.min.js ...
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Fixing Google Chrome text antialias for .ttf fonts

I have found a topic which presents a solution on how to get antialising working in Google Chrome - Windows, but they use .svg format. I have a .ttf format and I import all of my fonts like this at ...
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Random fail to load wordpress multisite on Chrome & Firefox browser

I have a wp 3.5 multisite and sometimes the page fail to load.. I got this msg on chrome Oops! Google Chrome could not connect to domain.x Error 7 (net::ERR_TIMED_OUT): The operation timed out. ...
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Chrome has recently started chopping the bottom of some titles, anyone know why?

The title is the entirety really. Chrome has started to chop the bottom off my titles (not noticed in on any paragraph text). I've tried the usual, incognito mode to disable and extensions, delete my ...
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Chrome says my website is Serbian…how do I “force” chrome to use english? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How can I prevent Google mistakenly offering to translate a page? Our website is based in the U.S. and all of our users are in the U.S. and the site is written in ...
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Google Chrome audit: resources are explicitly non-cacheable?

If I run a Google Chrome audit on a site, it lists all CSS, PNG, JPG, JS files and even the main domain (i.e. www.example.com) under the heading: Leverage browser caching The following resources ...
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# id - urls with id first display full page, then move to #id

I've noticed this in the new version of chrome, and ie9 and 10. Some urls in a photo gallery have a #id tag as they are supposed to display a full view of a picture. Basically, a div in a lower ...
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Chrome Rewrite of Host: in HTML GET

At some point in the past I had a plugin for firefox that rewrites the HTML headers being sent by your browser, specifically the "Host:" line in the HTML GET request. I can't find this plugin online. ...
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Visitors have old website cached in their browsers

My client's new website is example.com, the old website is example.co.uk. I've re-pointed the A Records to the new website (so as to leave the emails alone) and put in 301 redirects from old pages to ...
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google chrome : http authentication issue on iframe

I have an HTML file with 2 links both links are in an iframe to load the contents inside the iframe. I have two protected directories one on the same server and other on another server. If you click ...
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Google Chrome developer tools metric units

I would like to know if there is a way to change default "px" unit after you hover an element in dev tools, into em, percent, in, pt, pc. Most important for me would be possibility to see em values of ...
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How can I fix the #c3284d# malvertising hack on my website?

For the past couple of weeks at semi regular intervals, this website has had the #c3284d# malware code inserted into some of its .php files. Also the .htaccess file had its equivelant code inserted. I ...
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Does google use chrome to check if a link is used by humans or just there for the bots?

Does clicking a link in chrome tell google the link is used by humans and therefore not just automated backlink spam? It sounds weird but I read it today on a slightly obscure seo blog, they ...
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Chrome causing 404's ending with “/cache/[hex-string]/”?

Since the last weeks we see many 404's on our sites caused by Chrome adding /cache/[hex-string]/ to the current page URL. The hex strings we have seen are: e9c5ecc3f9d7fa1291240700c8da0728 ...