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Aug
1
comment Could the rel=“author” just be a username?
within gaming its not uncommon for a username alias to be the predominant name. Some of the largest names in gaming are simply names like Day(9), DJWheat, Artosis etc - all of which blog and have daily content with a very large base. Its a wierd demographic
Jul
10
comment How to properly URL/domain forward
we have been 301 redirecting, however for google adwords, it rejects all campaigns due to the domain on the ad not matching the end location.
Jul
3
comment How to properly URL/domain forward
each site is intended to be a single page site, targetting a specific city. Thanks for the links however, I will definitely forward them!
Jun
25
comment Can I determine if someone watched an embedded YouTube video with Google Analytics?
I don't particularly like the specific user reply, as there is no guarantee that the specific view count increase was due to the user you sent the unique URL to.
Jun
19
comment How to host a website in multiple countries for fast response times
thanks for writing up a full answer on CDN's, didn't have the time when I was writing my comment, and was hoping somebody would be able to answer it more in depth :)!
Jun
17
comment How to host a website in multiple countries for fast response times
check into various CDN's (content delivery networks)
May
29
comment Is website security accreditation worth having?
I personally feel that Starfield sounds a bit more professional, I feel that the name godaddy immediately makes people think of "small business" and the name discredits the site a bit (just a personal opinion!)
May
15
comment General question as a new webmaster
I would recommend the IT security section of the stack network myself, though they tend to be a bit more rough around the edges to beginner questions, it should be a better quality of answers even still.
Feb
15
comment Reverse iframe breakout
hmm, ill check into it - the iframes have caused various other problems, but generally are stuck where they are since the subdomain uses PHP to do alot of stuff with the files, and the main domain does not allow PHP.
Sep
7
comment serious 404 problem, suggestions for hunting them all down
just as an update, this is now complete with a ton of really amazing features: running using VERY little processing power, and is very clean and working great - going to give it a bit of time to make sure no other bugs are missed, then ill get with ionFish to see if he wants to publicly list or how he wants to make it available. Great work ionFish!
Aug
22
comment serious 404 problem, suggestions for hunting them all down
ya, its definitely alot more complex needing to recursively search each - some pages may have more than 1 dead link as well (though not frequently) - as for computing power, I would probably run this locally on my gaming pc (quad core I7, 4.9 Ghz, 32gb ram, 10Mb/s down, 5Mb/s up) - those specs should be hefty enough?
Aug
22
comment serious 404 problem, suggestions for hunting them all down
the sitemap is dynamically generated and will be 100% correct, the problem is the individual pages within that sitemap will then have tons of dead links, so it would need to recursively scan each page within the sitemap - tried to clarify the question a bit, as I was worried you had interpreted it the other way. Basically whatever tool would need to spider all anchors on each page and scan those, probably ALOT more complex :P - I understand if you don't want to try to reach for that one :)
Aug
22
comment serious 404 problem, suggestions for hunting them all down
also, if you want, you can simply provide the php code and I can paste it into a text file and upload - it sounds like this would be really helpful for alot of webmasters to be able to edit slightly as well to do the same thing! I don't know much PHP, but if there is anything you need or that I can help with, let me know!
Aug
22
comment serious 404 problem, suggestions for hunting them all down
that would really help! the site is actually up on an accessible server, however what I need to do is provide a sitemap.xml, and then it would need to check each page from that sitemap for dead links within that page (1 page to another) - and then just note the url of the page that contains a dead anchor, and the anchor text if possible. sitemap can be found at msap.com/xmlsitemap.php