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bio website jancorazza.com
location Zagreb, Croatia
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visits member for 2 years, 3 months
seen Dec 13 '13 at 16:47

I’m interested in computer science, artificial intelligence, robotics, programming languages, functional programming, and more.

I also enjoy reading, and watching good movies.

I know C, Python, JavaScript, C++, Java, and Scala. I’m learning Go and Haskell.

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Dec
13
accepted Image as a background for a website - good or bad?
Dec
11
comment Should I use HTTPS for my WordPress blog?
@w3d You go to my site, like an article, and share it somewhere. You copied an HTTPS link. Next, I decide to switch platforms, take care of the permalinks, but no longer have HTTPS enabled. Now all the links don't work because you copied the HTTPS one, not the HTTP one. And I meant "caching", not "hashing", I read that SSL makes it impossible to hash the site on various points, which makes sense. In the end, I realized that it's incredibly easy to enable HTTPS only for administration in WordPress, no redirects/rewrite rules required, only define('FORCE_SSL_ADMIN', true); and a SSL Virtual H.
Dec
11
awarded  Editor
Dec
11
revised Should I use HTTPS for my WordPress blog?
edited body
Dec
11
asked Should I use HTTPS for my WordPress blog?
Dec
10
comment Image as a background for a website - good or bad?
Customization is severely limited by the number of templates and their original design. No amount of tweaking could fix it really. And I've actually just switched to WordPress for several reasons: it looks better and is more customisable, syntax highlighting without hacks, it's better at actually managing my content, and Blogger is bugged out. My custom domain that I've had before on that blog simply wouldn't work for hours, and search did not work. Also Google could integrate the Docs editor in Blogger, that'd make me switch.
Dec
10
comment Image as a background for a website - good or bad?
Now if only it was in my power to make Blogger look half-decent. I like the way it functions but Christ is it ugly and outdated. Makes me want to switch to WordPress...
Dec
10
asked Image as a background for a website - good or bad?
Nov
6
asked Will using HTTPS hurt my site's SEO or other statistics?
Nov
6
awarded  Informed
Sep
12
awarded  Scholar
Sep
12
accepted When will my old page stop appearing on Google?
Sep
12
accepted Does Google's browser size statistic include mobile devices?
Sep
12
accepted Webmaster Tools show the “Total Indexed” number to be zero
Sep
11
comment When will my old page stop appearing on Google?
Nah... It sends out a 410, I bet it will be removed soon. Also, I didn't really want to buy anything from WordPress, I like Blogger more.
Sep
11
comment When will my old page stop appearing on Google?
Oh wow, now I'm on the second place! My old WordPress.com site is still outranking me, though. Well, I guess that kinda answers my question.
Sep
11
awarded  Supporter
Sep
10
asked When will my old page stop appearing on Google?
Sep
10
comment Webmaster Tools show the “Total Indexed” number to be zero
I went here: internetofficer.com/seo-tool/redirect-check, and typed in "yannbane.blogspot.com", and there is only one redirect, to my site. None of those inbetween domains were shown, and no temporary redirects!
Sep
10
comment Webmaster Tools show the “Total Indexed” number to be zero
Hey! Up till now, my old domain (yannbane.blogspot.com) did not redirect at all! Now, I don't even know anything about those .co.uk domains, I suppose it was set up by Google. Could you please tell how did you find out about those redirects so I can look it up myself?