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I have used MediaWiki for about two years in the previous company, and had so much trouble with it. The notation is cumbersome, weak search engine, and pages have no clear hierarchy. If you can afford a paid product, you should seriously consider looking into Confluence. If you require PHP, MySQL with a strong search engine consider having a look at ...


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You can consider to use .htaccess to redirect Googlebot always to www., and keep canonical urls to the www. version. Redirect people with 302 redirections, obviously. If it's not a good solution, maybe there's another road: you can consider to not redirect all your traffic to ww1. or ww2. Keep 34% of your visitors on www., then split the rest to ww1 and ...


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loading that file displays the php source instead With syntax highlighting. The same as if you had called PHP's highlight_file() function on that file. It's just a feature if you need to quickly document some code. Many sites display syntax highlighted code on their blogs etc. PHP has this built-in if you need it. If you don't need it, remove it. ...


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With regards to the WebPageTest issue about the openh264 zip file, I honestly don't know but I suspect Alex Berry is probably right in his comment, though I couldn't confirm this with any information I was able to find about it. With regards to the PageSpeed Insights recommendation to use lossless compression, I suspect you will have to change file format ...


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This sounds like an issue that is specific to your hosting provider. The likely explanation is that they have a check in place to look for malware on the home page of your site. Base64 encoded JavaScript is often used to obfuscate JavaScript inserted by a hack. Their malware scanner triggers when it detects any Base64 encoded data. To resolve the issue ...


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Using the following source code in a file name index.html in the root folder of a published website with a domain ending .com: <html><head> <link rel="icon" ...


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If the content and internal link structure is different between both servers (I am not talking about the presentation), bots will notice the changes and will likely increase their visits to your site. They will be very confused if they are being served different content back and forth and this may trigger a manual review. Google wants to be sure about the ...


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A/B testing via PHP will not break your SEO as long as you aren't using any kind of SEO hacking "tricks". Webpages around the web have all kind of different PHP scripts and companies like Google are pretty good at figuring out what is going on. Webpage A: Has structured information and links. Webpage B: Has (generally) the same structured information and ...


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If you write your code in "Source Mode" directphp not work. write your code in the WYSIWYG window


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That would depend on several things. For example, are cute puppy dogs relevant to the topic? Is it placed high in the content or low in the content in the middle of a paragraph? Are you placing it in the header or footer? What people seem to miss is that Google and indeed any search engine these days, but especially Google, is a semantic based text search ...


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It depends where the words are used, how often they appear in the webpage and how they are arranged compared to what a user looks for. For example, if you use the words "cute dogs and puppies" in that exact order, and someone searches for "puppies and dogs that are cute" then the odds of the search engine finding your page will be lower because of the word ...


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I suspect that that this is caused by analytics spammers. Spammers have found that they can insert fake data into your analytics without ever hitting your site. Many of them are doing so to put their own website names into the referrer report. See: Interpreting Full Referrer in Google Analytics


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I'm not sure why this is happening and how people are finding the link because I have tried searching for techanger and the calculator.php page hasn't shown up. I then searched for techanger calculator.php. I'm sure it's nothing to worry about because the 404 not found page that it brings me to isn't your own custom one. The only thing that I can think of ...


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I had a similar problem when using dreamweaver with fluid grid layouts and the issue for me was the boilerplate.css file that dreamweaver adds. removing line 245: .hidden { display: none !important; visibility: hidden; } fixed it for me


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The clue is in the comment, interestingly enough. I am using long format tags, and the tags and the phpinfo(); function call do appear when viewing the source. This means that the page is not being handled as PHP. You do not need to reinstall You do not need to downgrade You do not need to panic You do need however to get PHP being handled. There ...


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The only links that could take rel='nofollow' are ones within the CDATA in the body of the syndicated content. A quick and dirty hack would be to do a string replace for <a with <a rel='nofollow' when outputting the content of the articles. If they already have nofollow somewhere then you are going to make some ugly HTML. As others have pointed out ...



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