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The second request is made by the following CSS rule (lines 46 to 50 in your HTML-output): <style type="text/css" media="screen"> body{background:#f9f9f9 url('') ;} </style> Apparently url('') is interpreted by the browser as "the current url". So this CSS rule tries to load the current URL as background but since no image is returned it ...


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This is a difficult question. Yes, you can email the hosting provider and request that they take action. But it depends on their terms and conditions. If the website doesn't break the hosting companies terms, then the hosting company doesn't have to do anything. This would then mean you would have to take legal action privately and take them to court. But ...


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You could try using Adobe Browser Lab to replicate the problem. If you still can't figure out the problem (You should be able to find out which browsers on which OS's are the problem), then answer back here with your results.


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I don't think this is a minification isue. I believe that this is likely a Rocket Loader issue on the site, so turning this off should fix it (Rocket Loader can impact some JavaScript and jQuery).


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Make sure you don't have minification turned on in Cloudflare as this can cause all sorts of problems. In addition, I do believe there was at least one other setting in there that could cause js errors however as I deleted my account a few weeks ago due to similar issues I can't confirm this...


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There are websites that generate the policy for you after filling some basic forms. Here is one of them. If there are no logins involved, you should be great with this one.


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It is possible though unlikely that page content would be cached for this long on some Google servers. If you want to make sure this content goes away from Google entirely, you should sign up for a Webmasters account and verify your site. From there you can ask Google to remove the content from the cache. Check this article for more information: ...


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Is step 1 required? Or can people click thru to the Goal URL from another area of your site? Your Analytics tracking script is outside your <body> tag, it's even outside your <html> tag


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This is not abuse in the sense that no law has been broken and the activity in question could hardly be described as malicious. Unless you want to break the law to get the picture taken down, I would recommend that you talk to a lawyer and be prepared for a lengthy and fruitless process. Once an image is on the web you have no control over it - the real ...


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If they are in the US you can send a DMCA take down request to Godaddy asking them to remove the picture. They will notify the user of the request who can either take it down, respond saying it is not a copyright violation and leave it, or ignore the request at which point Godaddy will take the page down themselves. Keep in mind that that picture probably ...



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