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You can either move it from the directory as mentioned, or you can keep it in the directory and have it appear in the root by doing a bit of tweaking as follows: Go to the General panel. In the box for Site address (URL): change the address to the root directory's URL. Example: http://example.com. Click Save Changes. (Do not worry about the error message ...


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Schema.org does not require any properties, so having a BlogPosting without an image property is totally fine. (And, other than omitting the property, there is no way to denote that you don’t have an image.) (I’d even guess that not providing an image would be the norm, as the image property is not for just any image that is contained in the blog post, but ...


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If you switch to something like Wordpress you will get access to lots of plugins that will help you blog more effectively and also you will have a range of minify and compression plugins so you can really reduce pageload speed. Also by choosing a hosting company that has optimised for Wordpress hosting, 1and1 have a bunch of products that include ...


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If you are satisfied with a digital copy, you can 'scrape' the entire site using a tool like HTTrack. It will download the entire website, saving each page locally. That means you could continue browsing the site when off-line, or after Google shuts down Blogger. One thing to note is that images and other page assets will be saved by HTTrack, but say for ...


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I'm trying to figure out how you're looking after their hosting when the domains are different unless this is all on the same server. Anyways, The problem with your setup SEO wise (as you somewhat indicated) is speed, because Apache web server is trying to connect to the other domain and load the correct data before the client can see anything. This causes ...



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