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I was able to fix this by changing the date format in the Wordpress dashboard (Settings > General) to YYYY-MM-DD


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You can try with Jetpack plugin on WordPress, it's a very good plugin to see pageviews per day/week/month. If you want check pageviews on Google Analytics too, you can try with Google Analytics by Yoat, check it here: https://wordpress.org/plugins/google-analytics-for-wordpress/


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Your W3 Total Cache and .htaccess on the main domain will not work on your sub domains. Copy across your main URLs htaccess caching code to the sub domains and see how that responds. @WilliamHarvey


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UPDATE: iPage replied. We are sorry for the inconvenience caused you. Your account has exceeded the MySQL query limit. This is the reason your website is redirecting to the installation page. The best way to resolve this is by making necessary changes to the website and making sure that your website will not exceed the query limit. Also, ...


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Have you changed the URL in two places in the general settings in the dashboard? If your new test site is actually pointing to the URL of the old site it can cause unexpected results. If you can't change it in the dashboard - because this may prevent you loggin in - in the database in the wp_options table you will find two records with the URL. ...


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Turns out Options -Indexes on root htaccess will disable indexing for its sub folder. Case closed.


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Don't mind, I solved it! It was enough add the define( 'NOBLOGREDIRECT', '' ); in wp-config.php right below the multisite rules! I managed to insert my website homepage between '' To explain it better: if you insert a url between the '', when an user goes to a not exsisting subdomain such hello.example.com, he'll be redirected to the url you inserted; ...


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There are many technical reasons for using www over no-www, the most obvious one is no-www's cookies are sent to all subdomains, which will slow down static content even if you use static. subdomain. More details here: http://www.yes-www.org/why-use-www/ As for why your no-www is really slow, it depends on many factors, your sysadmin got to diagnose it. ...


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You're much better off doing a redirect from non-www to www. There is no need for canonical and no need for Javascript. If you have apache with mod_rewrite installed, then in the main apache configuration file, you can add these lines: RewriteEngine On RewriteCond %{HTTP_HOST} ^example\.com$ [NC] RewriteRule ^(.*)$ http://www.example.com/$1 [R=301,L] Of ...


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It looks like you are just missing the OR flag: RewriteCond %{HTTP_HOST} ^example\.co\.uk [NC,OR] RewriteCond %{SERVER_PORT} 80 RewriteRule ^(.*)$ https://www.example.co.uk/$1 [R,L] Either the bare domain is accessed OR you are accessing via HTTP then redirect. The default operator is to AND the conditions. Also, escape the dots in your regex. Change R ...


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Your site is too smal to be recognized by alexa. Grow some more traffic, get thousands, 51 click on webmaster tool way too small. Or maybe you can register your site to alexa, similar to registering your web to google webmaster tool. And also, on your image, you have lots of 404, try fixing it to increase your traffic.


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for alexa firstly you need to install alexa toolbar on the browser that yuo frequently use and then use it to frequently browse your website after 2 weeks the stats will start appearing on alexa for similarweb you need more traffic in order for them to even care to display your stats


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before making changes to your wordpress go to the wp-admin setting and export the backup or you can also of course backup using the ftp to your local pc remember to export the mysql db data also


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As closetnoc mentioned, you don't have to have a sitemap. Just make sure Google can access the link. This means don't use any rel="nofollow" or any other nofollow directives on links you want google to follow and it will have an easier time finding new content. However, you should include one if you want to keep track of how many URLs on your site google ...


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Sitemaps are not generally necessary. For most sites, sitemaps are only used by Google to ensure that they can effectively crawl your site by comparing the results of a crawl with the sitemap. Where a sitemap is necessary is for extremely large sites, sites that cannot be effectively crawled, sites with a paywall or login. Sitemaps do nothing for SEO. If ...


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Wordpress will not update automatically until you do it. Whenever new version of wordpress is available , it will notify you in your wp admin panel and then you can update if you want. You can update wordpress via filezilla by overwriting files only if you know which files need to update to get new version. I suggest that always take backup of your site ...


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No, it won't. Filezilla doesn't work 2-way automatically. When you update your WordPress site the changes won't be downloaded in your PC automaticaly. Your best option is to use github or to backup your whole website when making changes.


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So, you can hide your posts from google by utilizing the use of robots.txt or adding robots metatag. This, of course, wouldn't stop someone else from coping your content. If they make bookmark it they will still be able to visit your website and copy everything. One way to fight against robots copying your site is to use a service like Tynt (www.tynt.com), ...



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