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I believe the problem is with your regular expression This sould work fine: RewriteEngine On RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-f RewriteRule ^([^\.]+)$ $1.html [NC,L]


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It could possibly be the amount of ads you are attempting to run means approval has been revoked. I believe you are only allowed up to 3, but you are running 5. https://support.google.com/adsense/answer/1346295#Google_ad_limit_per_page The blank iframes tend to be what appear when a page is in the awaiting approval phase. Have you checked your adwords ...


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I see your ad's showing on your home page. I would do a Control R refresh or F5 to clear you cache. Check in a private browser or from another device.


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You said the links on the homepage change every day. That would give us the answer. That means either that the script has a large list of links that it pushes one to the homepage in random or it access some external source for links. If the second is the case, prevent all external http requests that your script is generating (by disabling curl or any similar ...


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The three errors (missing entry-title/updated/author) are not about your RDFa, but about Microformats. Your article element has the hentry class which is used by the hEntry Microformat. This Microformat requires the classes entry-title, updated, and author. You are also using the tag link type (aka. rel-tag Microformat), and because they are children of ...


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You should not have any negative SEO impacts if you do the transition the way you are describing, with 301 redirects. Per a Google Webmaster Tools Help page, https://support.google.com/webmasters/answer/93633?hl=en, 301 redirects are useful if you are moving your site to a new domain and want to make the transition as seamless as possible, which is exactly ...


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If it were a folder permission error you would connect but get an error about permissions. First enable WP_DEBUG in wp-config If you have root access, check your php error log, and syslog in /var/log From a shell, try FTPing to localhost does it work? Can you read and write to your plugins folder? Now also try from a remote machine FTPing into the server ...


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Can you still access /wp-admin ? I fixed mine when it was doing this after migration by going to /wp-admin -> Permalinks -> set to the default (simple) page_id and then back to my date structure. This recreated the mod rewrite rules and it was OK after that.


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If you split your content you could hurt your site rankings if you take away your ranked pages. If you take away non ranked pages, then it'll not impact your site. So check out which of your pages are ranking good, check which of them have external links, and keep them in your main site. Maintaining two sites will be more work, and they will immediately ...


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No, there are no negative SEO consequences that can arise from this.


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1) Make a dump (backup) of your database. 2) FTP the code from your current host to your new host. 3) Create a database on your new host. Make certain that the database name and username is the same as it is on the current platform. If this is not possible, then you'll need to modify your code to suit the new platform. 4) Execute the SQL script created in ...


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The head tag is optional so nothing cares and it doesn't matter in most cases.


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Does Googlebot care about valid HTML? In this YouTube Video, Matt Cutts says that the crawler is built to deal with HTML syntax errors. Google does not penalize you if you have invalid HTML. Google places more emphasis on quality content not HTML syntax. So I do not expect a faulty <head> tag to be the only reason for the site not being ...


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It depends on what you are going to do in the future. If you are going to continue to host the site at wordpress.com and just activate their custom domain name service, then both domain.com and domain.wordpress.com will work and you can register either one. If you plan on moving to self-hosted WordPress in the future or plan on doing something else with ...


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Actually theme my login and WooCommerce both have options for allowing users to register. TML allows for custom passwords as an extra setting. If you enable this and also have the setting in WooCommerce enabled which allows registration on the My Account page you'll see duplicate password inputs. One set from WooCommerce, another from TML. Both plugins hook ...


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It seems very likely that google will parse the site, like any browser they will try to ignore and work around many errors that their spider has to encounter on the many many sites that they spider. That's not to say that it won't depress your rank drastically, as such a broken problem probably will. As far as not being indexed at all, that certainly ...


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Google will index anything it can regardless of what errors/issues it contains providing it doesn't explicitly instruct Googlebot not to crawl. With a missing <head> section, anything such as the page title, meta tags, stylesheets and javascript calls etc will all be missing - this will cause a lot of issues in terms of how the site performs in ...


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Google does index sites with 'invalid' html. You can see if the pages are indexed by doing a site:search as it could be that the pages are indexed, but just not ranking very well.


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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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Well the advantages of WordPress are, as for any other CMS(anything referring to WordPress below is true for most other CMS as well), that you can change your site within minutes, so basically if you do not want to do so, a static HTML site is fine for you. Probably even better than that, as you do not need a database, no PHP, which boosts your overall ...


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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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This seems like a plugin gone wrong issue. I would use something like Xenu's Link Sleuth http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Xenu%27s_Link_Sleuth and take a base line look at your site. Then disable all plugins and crawl again. If the offending links are in the base line but not in the results without plugins then one of your plugins is definitely causing ...



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