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Aug
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awarded  Popular Question
Aug
17
awarded  Nice Answer
Aug
4
awarded  Popular Question
Jul
28
comment Restrict access to certain files but not when linked from my own website
What is the IP address there? It's not loading for me. Does your site have an actual domain name?
Jul
12
awarded  Yearling
Jul
2
answered What is the best configuration for robots.txt
May
7
comment PHP include drop down navigation
@w3d hmm strange, the spec does say "If the rel attribute is used, the element is restricted to the head element" but right before that it says "A link element must have a rel attribute" so it's kind of contradictory. Anyway I don't think this matters one bit since browsers allow link elements anywhere.
May
6
comment PHP include drop down navigation
@w3d No it's not, you can have <link> elements anywhere.
Mar
24
comment Google wrongly marks my mobile friendly site as not-friendly
Were you using that same tool that I linked? That one doesn't list the issues with click targets or prioritising visible content.
Mar
23
answered Google wrongly marks my mobile friendly site as not-friendly
Mar
23
revised Google wrongly marks my mobile friendly site as not-friendly
remove sales pitch
Mar
19
comment Webmaster Tools: Mobile Usability Warnings - How to deal with adverts?
Are you using a particular ad network (e.g. Google Adsense)?
Mar
19
awarded  Nice Answer
Mar
13
comment Is it bad to use parentheses in a URL
Wikipedia gets along just fine using parentheses in URLs. Though personally I'd avoid using them, for simplicity.
Mar
6
comment Encouraging users with AdBlock to whitelist your site - Google AdSense policies
"One source on the internet" -- please add the source to your answer. Also your 5th paragraph is wrong, adding a sitemap doesn't increase your ranking.
Mar
4
answered Is it true that Google will effectively penalise mobile-unfriendly sites from April 21, 2015?
Jan
25
awarded  Great Answer
Jan
15
comment Redirect URLs with a # in .htaccess
"Normal browsers don’t ever send that part to the server, but these scripts do." - Are you absolutely sure? Just because you tell JS to request that URL doesn't mean the browser will do it. Have you checked the Network tab in Firefox/Chrome Dev Tools?
Jan
13
revised One image for different image sizes - physical size on website
edited title
Jan
13
answered One image for different image sizes - physical size on website