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Method 1: Check your robots.txt and sitemap.xml file. Maybe you disallowed Google to crawl the folder or file. Method 2: Try to rename your image. It can take some hours or days. Find more infos under https://support.google.com/webmasters/answer/182072.


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As much of the question has already been answered I wanted to offer this as well, the forums at fivrr.com are filled with people who have the materials you may be missing. It cant hurt to look around. You might find someone who is willing to crowdfund your project or help you in other ways. I wish you the best of luck, let me know if you start up a ...


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If you want to save yourself the pain of trying to host a website on your own computer and get a free wordpress website from Wordpress.com. If you want to host on your own computer (windows) download WAMP a free web server that is well supported and easy to configure. Next step would be to make the WAMP server accessible to your network, and if you router ...


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If you want to direct users to the closest server to them using only DNS then i would recommend setting up a couple of cheap VPS's you can use to host your own DNS in different geographical locations. DNS round robin isn't really a great way to do geo location based load balancing because if you have multiple A records with different IP addresses the DNS ...


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I actually solved it by turning off any PHP code after my coding in html... so that the server doesn't add any of it by itself


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No need to manipulate the DNS protocol. You can simply add multiple A records with different IPs. The DNS server will return the various A records in random order, thus your users will be distributed randomly across the various IP addresses.



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