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I believe rel=subresource has yet to be implemented in any browser unlike rel=prefetch which has been. As for Chrome development there is this issue ticket you can follow: https://code.google.com/p/chromium/issues/detail?id=312327 Related: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/24000590/link-rel-subresource-href-file-doesnt-cache-despite-having-correct-cache-h


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Google is attempting to append your site name to your title. Most sites put the site name at the end of titles themselves because: It is good for branding It differentiates your listing in the search results and makes users more likely to click Its better at the end of the title than at the beginning because having the site name get truncated isn't a big ...



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