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comment 404 outside the scope of ErrorDocument 404 and htaccess
Looks like your host is catching on the URL, have you contacted them?
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comment How does google handle link tags in the body?
So you are not allowed to use any link element (e.g., <link href="" rel="" />) in the body, but only those with an itemprop attribute (for Microdata) resp. a property attribute (for RDFa). webmasters.stackexchange.com/questions/55130/… Google will likely ignore it and not factor it in, repeat this behaviour many times either on the same page or across the site then you most likely would get a punishment of some sort. Nowadays its extremely hard to get punished for cloaking because nowadays they reward so little.
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comment avoiding duplicate content on mobile at all costs
What would be better is that you scraped the mobile version and adopted responsive design, unless you have a extremely complicated site theres no reason why to use two urls these days.
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reviewed Reviewed What is PageRank and how do I get it?
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reviewed Reviewed Is a backlink with a duplicate description and title from a news site bad for SEO?
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reviewed No Action Needed How can I place keywords at the begining of a title and have it look natural?
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asked When does a good link become toxic
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revised Reporting paid links to google - does it work?
deleted 156 characters in body
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answered Webmaster showing unsupported file as error in sitemap
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comment Why the Meta Description of Website's Homepage Not Showing on Bing?
Bing can take months, months, and more months.
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revised ng-click function not working
added 132 characters in body; edited tags
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reviewed Reviewed Host website on my machine
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reviewed No Action Needed Why the Meta Description of Website's Homepage Not Showing on Bing?
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reviewed Reviewed Animating Text to Appear as Div Transforms
Jun
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comment SEO: Deindex member profile pages?
You should always index the same content that non-authenticated users can see. You should only ever de-index pages if they are sensitive or they do not offer any user experience ~ but if that was the case then you should just remove the pages completely from the site nevermind Google.
Jun
29
comment site move in Google WebMaster Tool
Takes much longer than a week. Normally 2-6 weeks minimal.
Jun
29
comment Is it okay for url to end .html even if stored gzipped?
Nowadays its considered a good practice to have gzipped enabled, so yes you should not encounter any major problems.
Jun
29
comment Is it okay for url to end .html even if stored gzipped?
How many people do you know who still use browsers that are more than 15 years old? :) webmasters.stackexchange.com/questions/22217/… Browsers have been using GZIP since early 2000
Jun
29
comment Is it okay for url to end .html even if stored gzipped?
You could end it with .peanutbutterjellytime if you like.... as long as the MIME type is process corrected. GZIP in browsers will deflate the file before processing, meaning its still the original format to the end-user.
Jun
29
comment Inline SVG within H1
Hehe think @Candid misunderstood... of course content is definitely the most important thing, but to claim markup has a huge influence would be a false statement, I wish it did... but it doesn't... Google is constantly behind the times, e.g Responsive Design was first demonstrated in 2004 using liquid adaptable containers, then in 2008 it was primed in a CSS3 release.... it then took Google 7 years to start rewarding for responsive design, and even then its very MINOR.