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Nov
17
comment Why can't Google Bot access my site?
Input your site url into redbot.org and it will tell you what headers it gets from your server.
Oct
26
comment How to prevent Google from finding my admin index page?
This is the best answer. Besides tediously manually removing pages using Google Webmaster Tools. Once it's indexed this will make it removed. For a protected resource I would do X-Robots-Tag: noindex, nofollow. See the dev docs
Sep
17
revised Prevent XML sitemaps from showing up in Google search results
Reaffirming the facts which are true. Clarifying that Google Search respects this (not all search engines). Added Google Dev resource
Sep
17
suggested approved edit on Prevent XML sitemaps from showing up in Google search results
Jul
20
awarded  Yearling
Jan
16
answered Can the double downloads in pages with <link rel=“subresource” …> tags be avoided for user refresh requests?
Sep
30
awarded  Explainer
Sep
12
awarded  Revival
Sep
11
awarded  Revival
Jul
20
awarded  Yearling
Jan
27
comment Apr_sockaddr_info_get() Failed
@Mat-visual yes, as many as you like.
Nov
11
comment Google indexing fewer images after switching to CDN
+1 this. @user32160 Also since your using Maxcdn, they have a robots.txt feature to block content. In your case you do not want that enabled.
Nov
7
awarded  Caucus
Jul
23
revised Website “theft” - what is the best way of dealing with these individuals?
added 318 characters in body
Jul
23
comment Website “theft” - what is the best way of dealing with these individuals?
Great. If you ever wanted to take it further then that you could hire a law firm which specialized in IP. Just search for ip lawyers.
Jul
22
answered Website “theft” - what is the best way of dealing with these individuals?
Jul
20
awarded  Yearling
Jun
4
comment DNS servers not set properly? Site failing to load by hostname, though loads fine by IP
@Nick no kidding but 1 hour down is a lot of time. And it happened 3 times in one year. I have nothing against the company and their free services are great. But they are still fairly new on the DNS scene (maybe 4 years). Even their CEO Mr Prince thought it was unexceptional downtime. Free service is that, you get what you pay for. I just wanted to put it out there so people can make their own decisions.
Jun
4
comment DNS servers not set properly? Site failing to load by hostname, though loads fine by IP
Get a report on your DNS, dnsstuff.com
Jun
4
comment DNS servers not set properly? Site failing to load by hostname, though loads fine by IP
techcrunch.com/2013/03/03/… and read the comments.