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It actually makes sense to increase the limit directly in php.ini, since the processes that don't consume the currently allocated 64MB you have now, won't go over this limit anyway. The only drawback in doing this is that if you have more processes consuming large amounts of memory, they will slow down your system and the server can launch fewer processes ...


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Yes, it's better to have a lower memory limit and raise it for one script than to have a higher limit overall. The only better way to tackle the issue would be to reduce the memory requirements of the 512MB script if that's possible.


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it worked for me with these settings 1) Moved the complete dokuwiki installation on other machine Now IIS on HPV-SHSDEV1-01 points to dokuwiki installation at this location \co-lp-vmpfile2\SH_custom_applications\SH_Systems\DEV01\dokuwiki\dokuwiki 2) Changed anonymous user's indentity to App pools identity 3) Used unc path instead of mapped drive ...


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Have you checked that Google Spreadsheets doesn't already do what you want? It would certainly allow a spreadsheet to be edited from anywhere and by multiple users. You may also be able to use their api to extend what it is being used for.


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Unfortunately, it seems as though different browsers will act differently. Firefox: Will send the header X-moz: prefetch whenever a page is "pre-fetched." Chrome: You're out of luck, simply because it forces you to use the Page Visibility API, which is JS-based. The term "pre-rendering" applies exclusively to Chrome, as Google seem to be doing their own ...


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Kindly perform a check if there is any php.ini file under your account. Rename it as it might conflict with the original server's php.ini.


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Unless you have disabled mootools (the default javascript library in Joomla 1.5), then the jquery may well be causing a conflict. Instead of using $ try using jQuery, ie jQuery(document).ready The datatables javascript may also have the same problem.


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I'm guessing you have an image with the alt "logo". Google can prepend/append text to titles if it thinks your titles don't meet their standards. And based on the results you show in the screenshot, your titles aren't very good, so it appends some text. In this case it decided that the word 'logo' represents you. How to fix: Change alt to "Logo ...


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Your URLs are not hurting your SEO very much. Google is able to crawl and index URLs with query parameters just as easily as "clean" URLs without them. As far as I can tell, Google doesn't use cleanliness of the URL as a ranking factor on its own. URL parameters are slightly less friendly for users: They make the URL longer The introduce extra ...


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Regarding: "Is this ok?" No, its not good/intuitive for your users and hence not good for SEO. You should be using something like this www.alanmarth.com/ (Main Page) www.alanmarth.com/servicios (Services) www.alanmarth.com/blog (Recent news) www.alanmarth.com/blog/nameOfCategory2 (News category) www.alanmarth.com/blog/titleOfBlog3 (A single entry) ...


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I've taken this form a similar project I had last year, and adopted it a bit. That worked fine for me. RewriteEngine On #Optional if you have issues with a subdirectory #RewriteBase /path/on/your/server/ RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-f RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-d RewriteRule ^(.*)$ index.php?myvars=$1 [L] The problem in your case is probably ...


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I would upload a fresh copy of WordPress excluding the wp-content folder. Update the core files. Then check your htaccess is correct. It's likely the installation didn't complete. Does iPage have any server side caching which you can manually clear? # BEGIN WordPress <IfModule mod_rewrite.c> RewriteEngine On RewriteBase / RewriteRule ^index\.php$ - ...


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I just found the solution myself. There is no way to modify the referer using PHP, as this is being sent by the browser. The script I posted above is basically the same script, just without Step 1, posted by @honyovk on Stackoverflow in this topic. http://stackoverflow.com/questions/6428762/hide-referrer-on-click/11249553#11249553 And probably the idea is ...


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I always lean towards a server side redirect for this sort of thing as well. The only possible disadvantage I could see (though I don't consider it one) is that by using server side 301's your affiliate links aren't likely to get indexed in Google. If you don't care about getting your redirect links indexed then it seems to me that a server side redirect is ...


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There are many email service providers that allow you to route email through their systems. The main benefits of these providers include: Tracking of email delivery Possible inclusion in various whitelisting/trusted-sender programs (e.g. ReturnPath) The vendors use the various feedback and notification loops at the major ISPs to address spam complaints. ...



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