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While a response body is not needed (and usually ignored by browsers), it is helpful for people who maintain links to know why a resource URL has been changed. If you put an explanation into the response body, then hopefully the people who linked to the original page will update their links.


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Adding a link to a target page is used traditionally within pages that use a refresh header to redirect users. This is not optimal and not the same as a traditional 301 redirect which is transparent to the user. If you provided HTML as part of the 301 redirect, it will not likely be seen. As well, for may redirects, this opportunity does not exist such as in ...


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check the website or web page with Pingdom you will get a detailed list of files loading and the time consumed by each of them. You could also use Yslow a addon for all the major browsers. another option is Google Pagespeed. You can analyse your website or web page here. Here is also a Google Chrome addon is available. My personal choice has always been ...


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You should do the following to get an exact reason why your page never finishes loading: Do you call any 3rd party scripts on your page? If yes, then check if they respond properly. Check your website/server for viruses and hacks. Analyze your page here or here. Make sure that your server's drive space is not full; it must have some extra space ...


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Wow, that is weird, indeed. As the other answer has mentioned, a trailing slash after the domain name is always mandatory in HTTP requests, so, it is NOT expected to receive a redirect if you try to access the domain "without" any specific path in place. I've tried up your domain as curl -v http://jekyllrb.com, and indeed only on the third attempt did I ...



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