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I use xenu link sleuth to crawl websites for broken links but it would also tell you outbound links. If you are using files with the js extension then you might also want to look at the source. Another possibility is that a Google Analytics Spam bot or other Bad Bots crawled your site and such bots showed up in your analytics data. You can filter those ...


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Is there a simple way (not through command lines, ideally) to scan the website's files, or a list of the processes which are launched when one accesses the site, to troubleshoot where such malicious code snippet is located? I ran your site through webpagetest.org and the results are here: http://www.webpagetest.org/result/150721_YH_191X/1/details/ ...


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Spammy looking visits are unlikely to be due to the code on your site. A lot of website are affected by this spam traffic, usually lasting less than 10 seconds with a bounce rate around 100%. These visits are often a traffic generation strategy to trick webmasters to look at the referral source for the visits, usually these redirect to some sort of ...


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The message... The following image(s) are missing width and/or height attributes. ...means that the image tag should have values assigned to width and height which then is used to construct a placeholder until the image is loaded. Your HTML code for your image is probably similar to this: To solve this HTML wise, use the following HTML code for your ...


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The browser requests this for performance. Say you have a paragraph of text with an image of 100x100 pixels in the top left corner. Browser builds the page, no image yet, so it builds it with just text The image now loads, and suddenly there's space needed Browser rebuilds the page, with the proper room for the image If you give width and height to the ...


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Adding the height and width attributes to your IMG SRC HTML tag allows the browser to know how much space to leave for an image. Without these values, the browser gives an image no space until the image is loaded, which means anything surrounding the image is adjusted after the image has loaded. http://www.computerhope.com/issues/ch001158.htm



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