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You can use the Google Analytics opt out browser add-on. You can also block your own IP address. Source If you want to exclude internal traffic from appearing in your reports, you can filter out a specific IP address or a range of IP addresses. You can also use cookies to filter out visits from particular users. We'll explain how below. To exclude by ...


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I have a Google Sites personal website. I also have maintained sites on Blogger Posterous Wordpress dot com (Wordpress hosted) Typepad and Tumblr None are self-hosted, because I wanted to try doing everything for free, as an experiment. Blogger If choosing between Blogger and Google Sites, given that both are free, I would probably choose Blogger ...


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This tutorial has instructions on setting up Dot TK with Google Sites https://sites.google.com/a/tutorialandnews.com/www/google-sites/setting-dns


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There's no need to disallow crawling of 404 pages -- having URLs that return 404 is absolutely fine & normal. Having 404 errors on URLs that do not exist will not affect your site's overall crawling, indexing, or ranking (see Do 404's hurt my site?). Also keep in mind that by disallowing crawling of URLs like this, it can result in them actually being ...


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Iframes are not SEO friendly nor are they accessible. They should be avoided if at all possible. You can accomplish you goal using other technologies that also allow you to see immediate results (PHP, etc).


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If you google "sites.google.com", then it lists plenty of sites hosted there. However, as it is not using sub-domains to create the URLs, search engines will most likely see each site as simply a sub-page of the single massive sites.google.com website (with 53,900,000 results in the listings), rather than a website of its own (with a dozen or so pages). ...


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If I understand what you are asking, these instructions will help If you own a domain and have access to change the CNAME record, you can map any site created in Google Sites outside of Google Apps (for example, sites.google.com/site) to a custom URL: Select Manage Site from the More Actions drop-down menu. Click the Web Address tab. Enter ...


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You can accompish this by editing the CSS styling of the block quote so there's no need to remove the quote block as this would be bad for SEO purposes. Typical Example of a Scroll-bar within Block Quote: blockquote { width:600px; max-height:150px; overflow-y:scroll; } I made a online demo so you can take a look of it in action, here is ...


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Editing HTML with Google Sites Google offers instructions to edit pages and HTML. Here's a summary from that page: Click the Edit Page button in the upper right hand corner of the screen. The edit toolbar will provide you with the tools necessary to edit your site. Click the HTML button to edit the HTML on your site. You won't be able to edit the full ...


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Customising your site To use the site creation tools that come with Google Apps to build and customise a website, first enable Google Sites by following these steps: Log in to the Google Apps administrator control panel. Click the Organization & users tab. Click Services. In the Core Google Services section, click the link to add more ...


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One issue with using URL removal on Google Webmaster is that the request per URL removed will expire. And when that happens, the Google Site URLs return on search results immediately. often with higher ranks than the www domain urls. You have to go back and re-request the removals frequently and it will take 2-4 hours for the status to go from "pending" to ...


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This appears to be an issue for all Google Sites users who have mapped domains to the service - strikingly ironic that Google would not even include the capability to specify canonical links. Per the Add link rel="canonical" issue report (last updated 7/25/2012): In the meantime, given that using the URL removal seems to be the only solution, could ...


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You could host it through your dropbox! Site44 or droppages are two good options for this. Super simple and easy to maintain and upgrade. Handy to be able through a simple text editor on the iPhone to update your website by a simple dropbox upload.


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You could do it using JavaScript. If you're looking for automatic translation you can try the Google Translate Widget. If you're going to do the translation yourself you could create a language dropdown and use JS to replace the page's contents with the contents of the selected language. To do this though (assuming Google Sites doesn't allow you to use ...


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Although I have not used Google Sites, I believe the problem you are having is that it does not let you add custom CSS? Having checked Google and finding a "CSS Workaround" I see that while you cannot add custom CSS, you can add custom HTML. Although most people prefer using CSS for styling, you can still add CSS to the attributes in HTML. For example: ...


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You can't do it. Well, you can't do it for everyone. Simply put, Google Sites is meant to be a really simple and easy to use product with limited customization. It's not made for you to be able to make really powerful websites, it's made to give you an easy and quick website. If you want to change it, there are options for yourself like a userstyle for ...


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As your Google site is going to be a website, I don't think you'd be able to get an Indesign slideshow into it. You'd need to have a jQuery slider and slideshow. Search for it on Google, there are hundreds of different ones. I'm not sure of your experience level with HTML, CSS, or jQuery. For a starting point, if your not interested in learning how to ...


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This is not possible using CNAME. You may want to use a URL FRAME method if your registrar panel permit it.


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As long as you preserve the MX records and the CNAMEs to ghs.google.com they had you set up for the custom subdomains for mail/docs/calendar etc., you can point the www and no-www subdomains wherever you like.


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"custom domain" means Google's computers handle requests for mysite.com and/or any subdomains like blog.mysite.com or www.mysite.com. Google provides very detailed instructions for how to set this up: How do I use a custom domain name for my blog? Can you point out which step you don't understand? Are you trying to redirect from a sub-domain or top-level ...


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In your google analytics settings you need to add a new profile for a new domain. Then you need to add the tracking code in the header of the blogger template (blogger->design->edit html, find the </head> tag and throw the tracking code right before that closing tag. after that you just need to verify that it's there and you're done (just did that ...



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