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She already says she has a place to host the website, but was asking if I could make it using wordpress and then give her the source code. Is this possible? Sort of. You can create a free site on wordpress.com but you can't export the look and feel of it...just the content. Alternately, if you have PHP and MySQL hosting, you can download WordPress ...


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I'm trying to figure out how you're looking after their hosting when the domains are different unless this is all on the same server. Anyways, The problem with your setup SEO wise (as you somewhat indicated) is speed, because Apache web server is trying to connect to the other domain and load the correct data before the client can see anything. This causes ...


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With the Janrain plugin, you can have users sign on with Microsoft accounts. Try it, and if you have any issues let us know. Edit: By us I mean the stack exchange community. I have played around with this plugin, so when I saw this question it popped into my head to see if Janrain supported Microsoft accounts. I am going into ninth grade, and am not ...


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Broadly speaking, there are two ways to approach this. If you are going to use standard posts, instead of using categories and tags, I would steer you towards custom fields and build your geolocation stuff that way. It would not be strictly hierarchial nor would it reflect in the post slugs but it would be available to a good search plugin for filtering. ...


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When you create a FTP user account in cPanel you assign it a ownership directory, if that folder happens to be a child directory of the master account then you won't be able to go higher. e.g /home/your-username/public_html/new-user/ Will not be able to view the parent public_html. This is a security messure and something you shouldn't need to turn off. ...


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This looks like a server-side caching issue with your site. (You perhaps need to remove the query string when generating a cache key?) The problem is with any query string, not just UTM codes. Try appending ?hello=world to any URL and you get an extended (20+ second) load time on the initial (non-cached) request. However, request the same URL again and ...


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I found better solution for solve this problem without plugin. Backup your wp-includes/pluggable.php Edit wp-includes/pluggable.php file Find wp_password_change_notification part Delete these lines from file: if ( !function_exists(`wp_password_change_notification`) ) /** * Notify the blog admin of a user changing password, normally via email. ...


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Okay. This is a bit of a tough one. But I will dig in a bit so that hopefully, things will be clear. Google figured out years ago that spam sites are all related and that relationships between sites can be determined. In science, the term realm is used to define a relationship between entities. In search, at least in the early days, a realm was a set of ...


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I think using # instead of ? is worse. With a standard URL, anything after # normally means a tag on the page and the tag is defined from an ID value or if you want to go old-fashioned, <a name='tagnamehere'>. If your pages are mainly static (where the content from a URL is the same regardless of who or what accesses the URL), then you need to ...



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