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429 errors are: 429 Too Many Requests The 429 status code indicates that the user has sent too many requests in a given amount of time ("rate limiting"). The response representations SHOULD include details explaining the condition, and MAY include a Retry-After header indicating how long to wait before making a new request. Most web hosts ...


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There are many WordPress plugins that will do redirects for you. I use the Quick Page Post Redirect Plugin which adds an Admin page where you can list the redirects. I also use the True Google 404 plugin that uses site search to try to resolve error URLs and keeps a list of any error URLs so that you can add redirects for them.


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I don't know what you mean by "current hosting issues", but if any, you should report to your provider. About the question, I understand what is your problem and I had the same question too in the past. In my case I installed Wordpress inside a folder called /news, as it was the purpose of the blog, to act as the news platform of the main site. In terms of ...


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When you verify the 'www' prefix and the 'non-www' prefix using the same Webmaster Tools account, the verification file you download from Webmaster Tools is the same for both. So you only need to upload the single file, then you can verify both.


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Use an alternative verification method. For example, DNS TXT record ("Domain Name Provider").


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You don't need to verify both versions, The best you can do as per the SEO guidelines, 301 Redirect non-www to www using you .htaccess file. Once you are done with doing that do to the webmaster and only enter the URL with www to verify, Once verified you can select the preferred version of your domain to be with www. If you want to keep the non-www as ...


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The plugin WPML is great for this job and will solve all your problems. You'll not have duplicate content because, in fact, the content will be the same but in other language. No problem with the photos here too. WPML is possible to use "folders" like www.example.com/fr or subdomains like fr.example.com, so you'll have absolute control on your content. I ...


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No, you should leave the original site untouched, as by this time the Search Engines already have it well indexed and you don't want to confuse them with another site with the same content, just different url. Besides, the Search Engines already know your site is French, even if you don't have a .fr domain. Inside Webmaster Tools, for example you can select ...


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Don't duplicate the site. As recommended by Google, you should use a 301 redirect. https://support.google.com/webmasters/answer/93633?hl=en Page content added for completeness for future visitors: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r1lVPrYoBkA If you need to change the URL of a page as it is shown in search engine results, we recommend that you use a ...


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To use safe_mode, set your database host, username and password in php.ini using the configuration parameters: sql.safe_mode = On mysqli.default_host = "127.0.0.1" mysqli.default_port = "3306" mysqli.default_user = "root" mysqli.default_pw = "Password123" By having it configured there you will not need it in your PHP scripts - enabling you to update your ...


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Create an .htaccess file in the root directory of www.iamkuhan.com and put in it: Redirect 301 /raindelay http://raindelaypodcast.com


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I think the problem is the order of your rewrite rules. RewriteRule . index.php [L] needs to be the last rewrite rule. It rewrites all URLs and is marked as last. No rewrite rule that comes after it is going to have a chance of working. Try moving your produse up near the rewrite rule that adds a trailing slash to the admin page.


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I had the same problem, I found a number of solutions in various forums, none of which helped. My credentials were OK but they were being rejected; they worked in Filezilla. Somewhere I found a reference to a small plugin called 'SSH SFTP Updater Support', which fixed my problem. After installing this the option for SFTP is added and you can choose SSH2 ...


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webpagetest.org tests reflect a user loading a page in a web browser - the results can vary from time to time for many reasons that will be out of your control. Following their tips will help you to improve this, though I would strongly recommend carefully thinking about when and how you load javascripts to reduce TTFB. Read more: Feed the Bot: PageSpeed ...


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User agent wget Blocking the user agent wget will block operating systems that use wget to download files within the terminal i.e Linux, MacOS, Arm etc. This will block every file from being downloaded using wget example.pdf. But why block wget? There's no right or wrong to this question but generally webmasters want site visitors actually visiting their ...



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