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This sounds like an issue that is specific to your hosting provider. The likely explanation is that they have a check in place to look for malware on the home page of your site. Base64 encoded JavaScript is often used to obfuscate JavaScript inserted by a hack. Their malware scanner triggers when it detects any Base64 encoded data. To resolve the issue ...


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Using the following source code in a file name index.html in the root folder of a published website with a domain ending .com: <html><head> <link rel="icon" ...


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No, there’s no difference. Microsoft had to change the name because “Metro” is a registered brand name of the Metro AG.


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Normally you could pull it off with CSS and Web fonts, but it may get hairy if there are tons of floats. Curious why you are using a bitmap though...they are huge, and raster. SVG is the way to go since it's vector, more responsive, and significantly more accessible (or SEO friendly). You can even style your SVG with css which allows you to have the best of ...


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the old way of making sure that there was a text counterpart to the graphic was to offset the text a few thousand pixels offscreen using CSS. That won't work anymore since what is not displayed to users is not taken into account for rankings. You should put keywords in the image filename instead or in the ALT image attribute (I maintain an image SEO ...


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Actually John the new Firefox Developer Edition browser is better than using Firebug or the Firefox utility. Give it a try and you will not be disappointed I am sure! https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/developer/?utm_medium=paidsearch&utm_source=google&utm_campaign=dev-sem-q1-2015


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The thumbnail is not produced by the BlueSpice extension but by thumb.php. Your example has f=/bluespice/Avatars/thumb/BS_avatar_3.png/40px-BS_avatar_3.png, just replace 40px- with 32px-.



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