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More than 20 years of freelancing in different areas and still learning something every day


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comment Why should I have social sharing buttons on my website?
You don't have to have them. You use them if you want and your users will get any benefit from them. Or if you don't have any criterion and think that a site has to have them, as most people believe. Hopefully, if you use them is because of the benefit for the users.
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revised What microdata type to choose on mixed category?
Fixed formatting of the text and add microdata tag.
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suggested suggested edit on What microdata type to choose on mixed category?
Apr
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reviewed Reviewed cPanel SSL installation
Apr
10
comment Are there privacy considerations in using Google web fonts?
uuups sorry, I meant privacy instead of security, sorry.
Apr
10
comment Are there privacy considerations in using Google web fonts?
Thanks for your answer. After reading that article, which states the same I mentioned before, I don't see any problem. They can only track/use the headers sent, not even a cookie. I don't like Google, nor Facebook, nor twiter, etc etc, but things have to be fair. There is no security risk on using their fonts. Still is a better idea to use fonts found on most devices naturally. But I think this subject may be better suited for the chat than the comments section.
Apr
10
reviewed Reviewed Best practise for a web designer after a client's website is hacked?
Apr
10
comment Are there privacy considerations in using Google web fonts?
Although I prefer not using any Google service, I don't see any problem with the fonts, the information they can track is the contents of the request headers, which is not much. Requesting fonts don't generate a cookie and when having a Google cookie on the browser session (due to direct login), didn't appear to be any communication between parts. Of course we can argue that any bit of information sent to a server is traceable and that adds up to a big database, but could you explain what is the concern in this case? If there is any, I'd like to add it to my list of I don't like google
Apr
9
answered Are there privacy considerations in using Google web fonts?
Apr
9
answered Is there any SEO benefit in making website image paths relative to the current page
Apr
9
comment 80% of Website Traffic coming from Just one Town in USA - Strange?
You don't want to just filter them out in reports, if they are really useless to you and your site, you want to block them completely. But first, be sure that they are useless.
Apr
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reviewed Reviewed 80% of Website Traffic coming from Just one Town in USA - Strange?
Apr
9
reviewed Reviewed Joomla internal only page
Apr
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reviewed No Action Needed Confused: When does Google use Title vs description? Misleading results possible
Apr
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reviewed No Action Needed Is it OK to use jQuery for responsive web design?
Apr
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reviewed Reviewed Is it OK to use jQuery for responsive web design?
Apr
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revised Shared Gmail account and privileges management
Added recommendation for groupware or online work management software
Apr
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answered Shared Gmail account and privileges management
Apr
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answered Is 91 http requests too much for a web page load?
Apr
8
comment Confused: When does Google use Title vs description? Misleading results possible
Google shows the information that it considers is the most related to the search query, it could come from the title, the meta tags, microdata, hidden elements or content of the page.