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bio website dan.lefree.net
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seen Jun 30 '13 at 5:01

Web designer, developer, marketer ... et cetera.


Mar
22
reviewed Close Removing trailing slash for sub directory url indexing
Mar
22
reviewed Close Apache Rewrite to folder no longer working after server upgrade
Mar
22
reviewed Close Difficult Client wants me to deliver project before payment
Mar
22
reviewed Close Javascript slider with fade
Mar
17
reviewed Edit suggested edit on payments tag wiki excerpt
Mar
17
revised payments wiki excerpt
Redefined for Webmasters scope, minor mechanics of language corrections.
Mar
15
revised How do I set expiration headers for CSS, JS, and Images?
Added code comments, AddType for Javascript files
Mar
14
reviewed Edit suggested edit on no-www tag wiki excerpt
Mar
14
revised no-www wiki excerpt
Normalized for non-Apache webservers, minor punctuation fix
Mar
14
reviewed Approve suggested edit on google-apps tag wiki
Mar
14
reviewed Approve suggested edit on multiple-domains tag wiki excerpt
Mar
14
reviewed Approve suggested edit on multiple-domains tag wiki
Mar
14
reviewed Approve suggested edit on bounce-rate tag wiki
Mar
14
reviewed Approve suggested edit on 401 tag wiki excerpt
Mar
14
answered Find out where a viewer comes from with Google Analytics
Mar
13
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Ridiculously high price for cloud
Mar
13
comment What is the maximum number of DNS A-records you can use on one domain?
Additional information not relevant to the question can always be linked, however, providing it in this context diminishes the quality of your answer. I can remove the downvote if you edit your answer (downvotes are locked after two hours, unless an answer is edited).
Mar
13
comment What is the maximum number of DNS A-records you can use on one domain?
Nameserver limits have no bearing on A record limits.
Mar
11
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Using Google Analytics to establish busiest time of day
Mar
10
reviewed Leave Closed Any success with asp.net and Less/Sass