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 ...
I have created the following cache maniest file- CACHE MANIFEST CACHE: http://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/1.9.0/jquery.min.js ...
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 ...
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 ...
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 ...