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revised Coupon Site - Store Slug Preference (Domain name or Store Name)
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answered Coupon Site - Store Slug Preference (Domain name or Store Name)
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revised Coupon Site - Store Slug Preference (Domain name or Store Name)
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comment htaccess condition if the first subfolder exists
Maybe just a typo in the question text, but that should be a $ not a % in the first RewriteRule pattern.
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comment Is it OK for SEO and ads on the site if I have the same content on multiple domains?
@lucgenti The OP didn't say they weren't public; just not indexed.
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revised Coupon Site - Store Slug Preference (Domain name or Store Name)
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reviewed Close Coupon Site - Store Slug Preference (Domain name or Store Name)
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comment with PHP: How to restrict access from one Domain folder to another?
It sounds as if you are trying to use "Addon" domains for something they are not designed for. Like you say, Addon domains essentially allow you to host different domains under one hosting account and serve different content - all controlled by the same user. If you need to restrict access to the different domains (at the developer/PHP level) then you should be looking at different hosting accounts (ie. different virtual hosts).
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reviewed Approve How to find domain registrar and DNS hosting with good DNSSEC support?
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comment robots meta not blocking indexing
You could even block access to users that click the results in the SERPs by checking the HTTP Referer. If the Referer is google.com then 404.
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comment robots meta not blocking indexing
I've not used the "Removal Tool" myself, but the Help Docs do suggest that you should be able to remove a directory. And for "permanent removal" these pages should return a 404 or 410 (according to Google). Google does however state, "removal is not instant". However, is the actual problem that these pages appear in the SERPs, or that the content is accessible? You could make the content instantly inaccessible by password protecting or blocking by IP, etc.
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revised htaccess condition if the first subfolder exists
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comment When an addon domain is created it automatically generates a sub domain, why?
@closetnoc "adding another domain name to the parent domain" - cPanel calls that a "parked domain". "Is there value in... Addon domains" - yeah sure, although naturally you want to avoid the duplicate content. You can use it for marketing purposes or to simply host a separate sub-site. Some developers will use it to host (what appears to be) entirely separate sites without paying for additional hosting.
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comment When an addon domain is created it automatically generates a sub domain, why?
@closetnoc An Addon domain in cPanel (the question is tagged cpanel) allows you point an additional domain to a subdomain of the main account. The idea is to be able to host a sub-site (separate domain) within the one hosting account.
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revised htaccess condition if the first subfolder exists
Formatting, missing backtick on inline code.
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answered robots meta not blocking indexing
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comment rel “nofollow” attribute for huge sites!
That's presumably "all user submitted links", not literally "all links"? That really depends on how you are managing user submitted data and how you are generating this content on the page.
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comment How do I prevent Google from indexing text that is generated by JavaScript?
Might the iframe have accessibility issues? (Not sure what, just wondering.)