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Correct, the crossdomain.xml file is requested to determine if Flash and Silverlight apps are "allowed" to access your website. Personally, I think it's a really dumb convention, but.. it's out there. For Microsoft Silverlight When calling a cross-domain service, Silverlight will check for the existence of clientaccesspolicy.xml first. This is the ...


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I think it's too hard to debug those JS-files, costs much more time, as you can expect somebody here to do. I suggest, that you remove all scripts and flash from your page, and put them back one after one, testing each one looking for the phenomenon, when it comes back again. That way you can be sure, which script or flash object is buggy. But even if you ...


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Your error log shows that the Zend framework can't find the PDO MySQL driver it needs to connect to the MySQL server. This could be for a couple of reasons: It's possible your server is running an old version of PHP. (The PDO class is only included in PHP 5.1 or later.) Check what version you're running by creating a file called 'info.php' containing the ...


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[error] [client 173.200.xxx.xx] (12)Cannot allocate memory: couldn't spawn child process for: /home/mywebsite/public_html/index.php According to the error message, your server is running out of RAM. In case of shared hosting, it normally happens when the server is no longer able to handle the increasing number of accounts hosted on that machine. You might ...


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It's probably because Xenu is trying to pull up the page to verify the link is valid but Wikipedia is blocking it because it is an unauthorized bot. They probably are blocking a long list of crawlers and bots that are not related to search engines (i.e. link checkers, spammers, scrapers, etc).


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Cloudfront is Amazon's Content Delivery Network. This answer should help explain the messages in the log: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/9197918/why-is-cloudfront-loading-scripts-in-my-web-app-i-dont-use-it. The conclusion is As mentioned upfront already, I share the initial conclusion that the code itself is probably harmless, although the ...


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The path after AuthUserFile is the place in the filesystem where the file lives, and you need to know where your web hosting space root really is. For example, when I FTP in to my space it looks like the root is / and the web root is /public_html, but in fact on the server the root is /home/companyname and the web root is /home/companyname/public_html. You ...


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The best solution to ensure they don't get indexed is by adding <meta name="robots" content="noindex"> If Google only encounters the pages as error pages it shouldn't index them, however, potentially if they were accessible through the sitemap or had inbound links, they could be indexed. It's advisable to just add the noindex tag to prevent ...


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It means it couldn't connect to the LDAP instance you specified. Make sure your configuration under Administer >> Site Configuration >> LDAP Integration is correct. You can refer to the documentation here. Try connecting with an LDAP client like JXplorer to validate that your LDAP instance is up an running at the host and port you think it is. If ...


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Your site shouldn't immediately drop connections when the maximum number of concurrent connections has been reached, unless your host has something in place specifically to handle this case (see below). In Apache, the MaxClients directive is used to set the maximum number of concurrent connections. Anything beyond this limit will go into a queue to be ...


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This really depends on what you consider an error, there are quite a number of things users would consider an error that simply are not measurable or quantifiable, this is why testing and user lab research are so important. Hard errors like 404 and 500 are easy to monitor and fix but many 'errors' are down to poor or inconsistent design/IA, or a simple lack ...


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OK, I found the problem. My site uses SPIP3 which has a bug when the sitemap is GET by googlebot see http://forum.spip.net/fr_245670.html?tri_recherche=date Just fix config/ecran_securite.php by adding an @ before array_shift() somewhere near to the end of file. (edit) I forgot: thanks to http://web-sniffer.net/ too. Just set the user agent to ...


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A request for a directory listing will have a URL that ends in /. So http://example.com/images/ will be a 403 because of the directory listing. http://example.com/private/document.html will be a 403 because of your rule for the private directory.


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If the jquery / custom js is implemented within a component that is shared by both the editing and view modal states then yes, it could potentially interfere with other components. It would be best to isolate function to form - insofar as to streamline components only necessary for "published" display vs "edit mode" Without knowing more specifics and an ...


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Is it safe to assume something outside of the website is affecting it? No. Your WordPress installation may have malware injected into it and the steps you listed above are not sufficient to clean a hacked WordPress install. If one of the core files has been modified to attempt to redirect visitors to an attack site you may see 310 errors or all sorts ...


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Please post the code which causes this error (line 226). To try a shot in the dark you can check the cURL settings See: Plugin Config in the JFusion Documentation Wiki. It is also possible that you can not access the database or the database settings are incorrect. See this screenshot about the database configuration in the JFusion Documentation Wiki.


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I've been able to reset a lot of my site's values using appcmd, but I had to dig into specific configurations I wanted to change, which I'll describe a bit below. I know for sure that this works with IIS 7, but I'm not 100% certain whether it passed on to 7.5 so YMMV. appcmd isn't in my cmd path on any of my installations (though these machines are 2k8sp2) ...


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You would need to disable error logging in PHP. If you cannot modify your php.ini file, you may be able to set the option in your htaccess like this: php_value log_errors 0 Alternatively you can use the function ini_set in all your PHP files. The error/info message is a strange one, though. I can't find any information on what it might be. Do all the ...


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Http calls have the biggest single impact on front end performance, reducing them should be a priority for every webmaster (even just that one little one that's 404'ing). From Yahoo's performance guidelines:- 80% of the end-user response time is spent on the front-end. Most of this time is tied up in downloading all the components in the page: ...


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Googlebot uses code that is custom to Google for converting the HTML pages into text. Google has not released this code, and nobody is sure exactly what they do in all cases. Usually Googlebot just sees the page source and removes the HTML tags. There are many programs that can download the source code of a page (even masquerading as the Googlebot user ...


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The tutorial isn't displaying the code correctly, it should be: add_theme_support( 'genesis-custom-header', array( 'width' =&gt; 960, 'height' =&gt; 100 ) ); So add this piece to your existing line and you should be good. eight' =&gt; 100 ) );


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If you can create a .htaccess file (or already have one), put this code at the top: # enable PHP error logging php_flag log_errors on php_value error_log /path/to/htdocs/PHP_errors.log Create a blank PHP_errors.log file in the directory specified in your .htaccess file and set its permissions to 777. Now refresh the page that's giving the 500 error and ...


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HTTP response headers are separate to the actual content that is returned. You can return any page with any response code (that's how custom 404 errors work). The problem most likely lies with your server or PHP code. Check that there is no 500 error being sent in PHP (it would use the header() function), check there are no errors in .htaccess and that your ...


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It is the trailing slash that is triggering the issue. Your server is handling non-existent directories by sending them to the home page. You should be getting a 'Page doesn't exist error' instead. If you are on a linux account, you may want to check you .htaccess settings. Otherwise I would look into your link structure. Why do you have the trailing ...


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Check to make sure your cases match between the URL and the file itself. contactUs.php is not the same as contactus.php. I've never used MAMP but it's possible that it doesn't care about case; I know that XAMPP under Windows treated URL's as case-insensitive, which caused me some problems when moving to GoDaddy's Linux hosting.


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When you see "The connection was reset," it means that the computer in-between yours and the server sent a TCP Reset packet before the data transfer was complete. Sometimes this is a problem with the internet connection or ISP (I find the happens frequently with Virgin in the UK), it's more often caused by a configuration issue or corruption of the data ...


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Yet another alternative: If you have a master config file you can place the error reporting function in that file. It obviously then will affect the entire website. Yet another alternative: Place this in an htaccess file in the root directory of the site. Should affect every domain: php_flag display_errors off (or whatever you want it to be)


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The easiest thing is to open a ticket on your new webhoster and and ask him how you could set up php.ini directives per your account. Given the code you showed it seems you were on a server with LiteSpeed where you can use php_flag in .htaccess file. Maybe the new server where you moved is using Apache + suPHP (and NOT LiteSpeed) in such case you would ...


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Is there any way to get more information about the cause of the error? Add the following to your logging: (I'm no Java guru but I believe that most of the variables you'll need are described in the org.apache.catalina.connector.Request documentation) Full exception dump - e.toString() - the code sample provided does not differentiate between a client ...


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The AddThis forum has several threads (example) over the last couple days reporting problems with the Like button, and an employee has confirmed something's going on at Facebook's end. He doesn't provide any detail, unfortunately, just the same boilerplate message in all the threads. My own client sites, one of which is also using AddThis for the like ...



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