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I have ideas which is probably the closest you'll get to an official answer. The URL length is rather long. It should be less than about 80 characters to make it accessible when sent inside of emails. The URL is rather substandard. You have a lot of percent signs followed by numbers. When decoding your URL, the resulting URL would contain a lot of spaces ...


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Starting on line 322 of your custom.js file you have this code as part of the carousel render: var u=window.location.pathname; u=u.substring(0,u.lastIndexOf("/")+1); u+="Thema_"+encodeURIComponent(tpquestions[curidx].name)+"-"+tpquestions[curidx].id+".html"; if(!X4.config.isuser) window.history.replaceState({qid:tpquestions[curidx].id},"",u); The code ...


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There are few steps through which you can increase the rate Google crawl: Update your website content on a regular basis Create a sitemap Do not use duplicate content Reduce your site loading time Prohibit access to unwanted page to Google via robots.txt Optimize and monitor Google crawl rate via Google webmaster tools Use pinging service Submit your site ...


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They are just scanning the network for open proxy. Your server is safe. But better report them to their ISP before there is a victim.


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As mentioned, some servers may ignore a double slash, but Amazon S3 static hosting will not. If you want to handle/ignore them in that case, you can use Redirection Rules in the properties panel. For example, if you want to ignore a double slash following the domain name, you can use <RoutingRules> <RoutingRule> <Condition> ...


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Actually, directory depth has little to do with anything anymore. It is more about how many clicks from the home page and/or primary topic page any page is. Taking SEO for example, let's say you have a link in your navigation on every page to the SEO primary topic page. This page would be important for three reasons: one, it is linked from the home page; ...


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You can do that, but remember to properly redirect 301 old urls to new ones. But before doing it, try to experiment in simpler and different ways. Make this content more prominent. For example by adding a link to the L3 homepage to the main navigation bar, add content in homepage or sidebars pointing that way. Try to answer these questions for gaining some ...


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If you suspect people would misspell so much, consider to simply change brand name. It's reasonable. Anyway: you would find queries with misspelled brand name in your Webmaster Tools. If some of them get a discreet amount of traffic, just bid them on AdWords. It would come cheap. No, Google won't learn anything from what you do on AdWords, but at least you ...


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Google and other major search engines are pretty good at learning and returning brandings that are purposely mispelt. Even my own site spelt BYBE google used to returning results for 'BABY' and 'BABE' for almost a year, other good examples: Flickr Reddit Digg Tumblr Mashbord Fiverr All purposely misspelt Google will assoicate the correct and incorrect ...


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IMHO the answer to this question cannot be solved by either path (core module) or pathauto (contrib module), as suggested in one of the other answers. Because those modules serve another purpose. However, a possible solution for addressing the issue as described in the question, is to use the Path Redirect module instead. Here is a quote about it (from its ...


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Its very possible that a piece of buggy Javascript code with ajax functionality in it is making requests to http://example.com/users/[object] instead of http://example.com/users/wanteditem. If your webpages contain Javascript, try to make the page function without javascript and then you can rule out Javascript. Also, check your server logs and you should ...



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