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My name is Simon and I am a web designer in the Bournemouth Region in Dorset, UK. I have been in the IT industry for over 15 years and love anything techie. I enjoy talking about IT and Web related issues online.


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comment Secure and non-secure Schema.org Markup?
Rich snippets will always return http://www.example.com when using both /file.png or protocol selector // because it doesn't know the domain since the test is being run on their server not yours... Maybe I've misunderstood the question. Personally I would enforce the SSL regardless of non-input pages as so many businesses and websites are doing nowadays regardless, or if your able to use PHP then you could use a PHP Variable to add https or http depending which URL was first accessed, few ways this can be done really.
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comment Secure and non-secure Schema.org Markup?
I'm confused, what doesn't work? seems to be working fine... google.com/webmasters/tools/…
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answered Apache 2.4 mp4 streaming out of the box
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comment schema.org structure for single page site
Also, I was referring to nesting itemtypes but more so itemprop requires the appropriate parent.
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comment schema.org structure for single page site
They actually sub childs of thing and creative work, go to : schema.org/AboutPage it says Thing > CreativeWork > WebPage > AboutPage and Web page type: About page.
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comment Multisite permalinks for subfolder wordpress installation
Yes, they will be using define('PATH_CURRENT_SITE', '/blog/second/'); also you could always just install WordPress into a directory rather than using multisite. Having a 2nd install has its own benefits.
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revised Multisite permalinks for subfolder wordpress installation
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comment Multisite permalinks for subfolder wordpress installation
Wouldn't it just be easier to setup categories and post in /blog/ and /blog/second/ and publish according. You can setup permissions based on category. The problem you have is that you've effectively setup another WordPress in /blog/ which would crash with your currently blog so you need to install it as /x/ so that way you'd have /x/blog/ if you want to use /blog/second/ then your define('PATH_CURRENT_SITE', '/blog/'); needs to be define('PATH_CURRENT_SITE', '/blog/second/');
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comment “http://localhost:1935” works but not “http://192.168.1.3:1935” in WAMP
You shouldn't need to forward any ports unless you want the server accessible via the external broadband IP. If you can't access using your NAT assigned IP address then you have incorrect settings in WAMP.
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comment Which Cloud Region Should I select for my blog site?
Also duplicate of does server location matter.
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revised Cant find some SilverStripe CMS themes
Removed link due to offtopic.
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answered schema.org structure for single page site
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comment Apache 403 error despite group permission
Err...? You'd only need to repeatedly chown. You need to run chown the once because the configuration doesn't update the file permissions when doing such changes. If your having to repeat chown its because you do not have Apache2 running as nobody. I'm failing too see the problem, please do a ps -U nobody or use htop and check what Apache2 is running under.
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comment Google pushes my site to the top when I'm logged into Google
I know that... otherwise I would of added it in an Answer. Its a handy tip for quickly checking REAL organics even when logged in.
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comment Google pushes my site to the top when I'm logged into Google
Best to use Google Chrome and put it into incognito mode by holding CTRL+SHIFT and N
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comment Apache 403 error despite group permission
Have you run chown?
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comment mp4 videos are showing up as “corrupt” after uploading them to web server?
Hi Leigero, To attract better answers and less guessing from the community please edit your question and include important information such as the complete markup your using.
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comment Use of hgroup tag and how much well for SEO it is?
<i> is used by millions of websites across the globe, its included in things like bootstrap and font awesome which is used by a BIG chunk of the internet, saying not to use to purely satisfy W3C is invalid when user experience should trump everything. Ya you can use span but again, using i won't harm you.