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May
3
comment How to prevent anyone from knowing that some domains are in the same server?
Hmm maybe I'm not understanding what your point is. All "reverse DNS" does is check the IP of every domain/nameserver to see if it matches the IP you put in. So if ns.domaina.com points to 1.2.3.4, a reverse DNS service will check and see that ns1.myserver.com also resolves to that IP.
May
2
comment How to prevent anyone from knowing that some domains are in the same server?
Yes that's what a reverse lookup actually does.
May
2
comment How to prevent anyone from knowing that some domains are in the same server?
Two sites having the same nameservers does not give away any information. Domain registrars have millions of domains using their nameservers, there is no correlation to hosting.
May
2
comment How to prevent anyone from knowing that some domains are in the same server?
That won't work, because you can just do a reverse DNS lookup of the IP and find the original nameserver. And there is no advantage to hiding the nameserver anyway.
Apr
28
comment Is there a term for the moment when a lot of users visit/log onto your website at the same time?
I believe reddit calls it "the hug of death".
Apr
18
comment How can I find out what other websites are hosted from my website IP address and why is that important from SEO point of view?
@Harper not really true - all the top sites (at least top 100,000) use dedicated servers. Also shared servers may host a couple hundred domains, but thousands would certainly start to make it look spammy.
Apr
15
comment Blank image. What to use: Base64 vs 1x1 JPEG image
@Pharap that doesn't work because the browser will download the images even if they are hidden.
Apr
14
comment What is the cause of page speed performing extremely poorly on Chrome on Windows and Safari on Linux?
Stuff like this is almost always the result of 1 or 2 big outliers. Try drilling down to view Chrome/Windows over the course of the last month.
Apr
11
revised What is the best way to exclude bots from view counts?
Update for 2016
Apr
11
comment I know about Sass and Gulp and their benefits, but I have no idea how to actually use them
And neither require git.
Apr
5
awarded  Nice Question
Mar
5
comment Cloudlinux + CageFS + PHP Selector - how to update default php.ini for each PHP version or for each domain account?
Are the ini files, or the folder they're in, symbolic links?
Mar
3
comment Google Called Previous SEO Company?
You're probably correct about tags but for the record, Google does call up webmasters sometimes. I've had calls from the Google Adsense team about improving ad revenue.
Mar
2
comment Nofollow without modifying the link itself
+1 especially for the last paragraph. You should double check that your license explicitly states you cannot add nofollow.
Feb
29
answered What is the reason for daily time on site as high as '55.14' on Alexa siteinfo?
Feb
15
awarded  Benefactor
Feb
15
accepted Where are “Duplicate Campaign Parameters” coming from in Google Analytics?
Feb
10
comment Where are “Duplicate Campaign Parameters” coming from in Google Analytics?
@Charles Thanks. I looked at #5 on the first link (Keyword dimension) but the utm_term that GA is warning me about is not there. All I have is "(not set)" or a couple of instances of "0_3f62f5dc72-e1d1f8589e-144323885".
Feb
10
comment Where are “Duplicate Campaign Parameters” coming from in Google Analytics?
I've also searched All Pages for utm_term and there is nothing.
Feb
10
comment Where are “Duplicate Campaign Parameters” coming from in Google Analytics?
As I said I don't have any campaigns. However, when I look in Aquisition>Campaigns there are a couple of hits on the graph. The table lists: "zalo", "e1d1f8589e-Gratitude_2015", "wnc_594600", "promo" (total of 13 views). Clicking through shows things like "Miss Babs Hand-Dyed Yarns & Fibers / email". I have no idea what these things are. Referral spam?