In my server log, I found at least one IP address to be requesting a full URL in an awkward place. For example, the header the client sends to my server is this: GET http://www.3rdpartysite.com/file....
I tested my site homepage through rigor.com (formerly zoompf.com) and they believe all resources should have an accept-ranges header, but since my HTML code size is under 20 KB (mostly under 10 KB), I ...
On practically every URL I visit using the command-line tool CURL, there is always a server identification header and date header outputted regardless of the status of the request. For example, on my ...
Good afternoon fellow StachExachangers, Background story: I have recently upgraded my macbook pro from Mavericks to Yosemites, everything went well except my local development environment got ...
This very related to this question "X-Robots-Tag: noindex" on an HTTP 301 response, however I don't see a definitive answer. We have subdomains we use for our affiliate links, the ...