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Feb
7
comment Browser privacy improvement implications for websites
I changed the word "usable" to "required" to better reflect my intention with the question. Yes everything can be usable, but very few websites break if they doesn't get the list of fonts, except your last example.
Feb
6
comment Browser privacy improvement implications for websites
As can be seen this question has already been moved once, then to the currently best location. Now there is a new better location so I have asked the moderator to move it again.
Oct
25
comment Cloning a site and avoiding SEO problems
@John Conde, sorry for repeating, but how about not showing some content to the bot, will that also get me banned? Currently I implement this technique on images I do not want to appear on google but where I still want the pages showing the images to be indexed.
Oct
15
comment Cloning a site and avoiding SEO problems
Does your answer imply that server-side hiding the duplicate data to the web-spiders is not an option?
Oct
15
comment Cloning a site and avoiding SEO problems
I do get your advice, I will not clone SO, and yes my motives were aimed for StackOverflow data but I did intentionally not mention them in the question to avoid discussion like whether SO is broken or not. I do see that this answer has lots of votes, still it does not address the question like if showing less to the bot will get you banned just as showing more which spammers do.
Oct
9
comment Cloning a site and avoiding SEO problems
Yes, technically it is a duplication, what I was asking for was how to either avoid being interpreted as duplicate or avoid the duplication from triggering a ban.
Oct
9
comment Cloning a site and avoiding SEO problems
How about the last part of the question, could hiding duplicate content to the bot give me problems if done by server-side generating different content to bots and visitors?
Oct
8
comment Cloning a site and avoiding SEO problems
My question is general where the data dump comes from a place I have not control over but I can legally get and reuse its data. More specifically I was now thinking of the StackOverflow data dump.
Jul
10
comment Way to list “Contact Us” email address on web site, yet reduce likelihood of spam?
@Evan, my point is that this technique has become too common which usually is a problem when fighting spam. I claim that this technique is not a natural language technique, that would be something like "Email me at the domain example with the tld com and the username foo". The "at" technique is only a symbol replacement technique.
Jul
9
comment Way to list “Contact Us” email address on web site, yet reduce likelihood of spam?
I tend to question this approach. Mainly because it has been around for a quite long time and I can't imagine any email crawler developed during the last 10 years that would not start each new page by replacing "at", "[at]", "dot" or similar with their respective characters.