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From the very beginning, Google primarily utilized three perspectives when using semantics and ranking: one, link text and value to the target page; two, the title tag of the target page; and three, the content itself. One of the interesting research results the project found was that performing a search against the title tag was about 2% more effective than ...


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A broad answer for a broad question. Pick any single technology (language, framework, library, etc.) for any tier and you'll often find that it was developed to best solve one particular subset of problems and will be lacking in other areas. Nothing out there is perfect. Each company has different needs and if you want to expand your marketability as an ...


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We tried lots of things but finally got something to work. We have to send a header before sending any other output. Thus the cause proposed by Simon Hayter is correct, and our solution implements the correction. Here is what the first two lines or our code looks like: <?php header('Content-Type:text/html;charset=gb18030'); We believe the root cause ...


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Yes you can includes images from different domains (such as when using CDNs) if both domains are verified in your Search Console (formally Web-master tools) account, or you include an entry for the xml sitemap file in the other domains robots.txt. More info on Image sitemaps This is similar to including entries for URLs that reside on a different domain, ...


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Most of shared web hosting companies occupy server level caching on their servers, It'll take around 15 minutes to update. Try to call your page like this index.html?sth


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So I set up a test page here. Using Webmaster Tools' Fetch As Google feature, I saw that Google doesn't pick up the image declared in the img's srcset attribute: However, adding the JavaScript Polyfill Picturefill I was very surprised to see that Google now does pick up the image declared in the srcset attribute. This means Google is running the ...


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It would appear not, currently. I have numerous images on my site, including many with srcset, and it appears that only the image URL in the src attribute has been indexed by Google. I can't find any recent authoritative sources though.


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SMS Verification is a good idea, users have to be pretty committed to get duplicate phone numbers, bonus of giving you a database of your customers phone numbers for marketing purposes or following up after a period of time. There's various ways to do this depending on how you're constructing the website, which CMS, etc. One example in wordpress you could ...


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This is almost certainly injected into pages on your own machine. Various malware, once installed, adds itself to loaded pages in order to affect the functioning of the page (generally by replacing ads with its own ads so the authors can collect the click revenue). See this question for more info. To test, check the actual server files, or use cURL or a ...


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What I happen to do with every page I made is use the following tag: <base href="http://example.com/path/to/majority/"> What it does is set the default path (instead of current path) for all relative URLs so you know exactly what page is loaded. For example. If someone went to http://example.com/specialpage/index.html and the HTML code passed to ...


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Remember that "signup" is a relative URL. It opens the URL signup relative to the URL of the page in which that link is in. For example, on example.com/ if you add href="signup", it'll lead to example.com/signup. But on example.com/about/index.html if you add the same, it'll go to example.com/about/signup. Since that URL isn't valid, the server might be ...


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I think the more you require in an account, the more difficult it is for one to reproduce it. By that, I mean you may want to require one's email address AND text messaging number and ask the user to confirm both pieces of information. For the texting option, an easy way is to send a message less than 140 characters to a special MMS email address. Usually ...


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Yes, in the latest version there is a feature called Layouts which is available by default and lets you drag and drop components in a custom layout. A layout is made of rows and columns, and you can map them to a custom grid framework like bootstrap. Then, with the Layouts module you can create Blueprints which are reusable layout elements. So as layout is ...


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Been dealing with this problem since 2001. No good way. Only option is to use Oauth 2.0 external authentications from Google/facebook/paypal and trust them to weed out duplicates.



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