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May
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reviewed Edit Webpages being de-indexed seemingly for no reason
May
21
revised Webpages being de-indexed seemingly for no reason
Small grammar and spelling fixes, removed his actual URL from the example.
May
21
reviewed Reject Changing the domain name of the existing website built on ASP.NET & IIS 7?
May
21
reviewed Approve How do I automatically log my users into other websites after they have given me their passwords?
May
20
comment .htaccess redirect not working for web alias
But on a shared host ("large numbers of domains on single IP address") you are going to have to do more than just create an A record pointing to the server's IP address.
May
20
comment How do I prevent Google from indexing text that is generated by JavaScript?
As closetnoc states - I don't think the JS generated content is really an issue? Which is worse, hiding some "random content" (which doesn't actually mean anything to anyone) or deliberately cloaking? Another idea (to avoid the cloaking) could be to generate the content on a button click (which you are doing by the looks anyway).
May
20
comment How do I prevent Google from indexing text that is generated by JavaScript?
I don't see why "random text" would be considered spammy? However, the "Common Words" column (below) might be - but taken in context I would expect Google to simply ignore it.
May
17
comment updating SQL tables every x seconds (the right way)
What makes you think cron is wrong? If you need your script to run reliably periodically (eg. every N units of time), then you are going to need a task scheduler, like cron.
May
17
reviewed Approve Create page analytics like Facebook Insights for my new community site
May
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reviewed Reviewed Create page analytics like Facebook Insights for my new community site
May
17
reviewed Reviewed Sitemap Error - some URLs redirect to other locations
May
17
comment Sitemap Error - some URLs redirect to other locations
Are you suggesting that the GWT(?) warning is incorrect? Otherwise the warning is self explanatory and should be addressed. What is your question exactly?
May
16
answered Returning 404 error after using RewriteRule on localhost
May
15
comment Is a trailing slash appropriate before URL parameters?
"can actually be seen as 2 different URLs" - They are 2 different URLs, so it may be entirely dependent on your config whether you need to specify the trailing slash or not.
May
15
comment Returning 404 error after using RewriteRule on localhost
If you are seeing localhost/projects/project1/page/1 in the browsers address bar, after adding the R=302 flag then the redirect/rewrite is not happening. Is mod_rewrite enabled? Is AllowOverride set appropriately in your server config? Where is your .htaccess file located?
May
15
comment Is a trailing slash appropriate before URL parameters?
"if the query string has a slash or not" - in the example it's the URL-path that has a trailing slash, not the query string and this is really dependent on the server, rather than PHP, whether it resolves or not (although that could depend if the URL is being rewritten).
May
14
comment Returning 404 error after using RewriteRule on localhost
And when you add the R=302 what URL are you redirected to? ...What URL triggers the 404? /projects/project1/index.php?page=0?
May
14
comment Does lightbox ads hurt website traffic
"...it show up every time that page refreshes." ... on every page?? I can just about handle a popup advert once per "site visit", but anything more than that is too annoying IMO. A "cookie" type thing is mandatory I would think.
May
14
comment Are webmaster accounts required for non-email domains?
I thought abuse@ was also one of these "trust metrics". (?)
May
14
comment Returning 404 error after using RewriteRule on localhost
Temporarily add an R=302 flag on the RewriteRule (it will now externally redirect, rather than internally rewrite, and make it easier to debug) - do you see the redirect? Do you still get the 404?