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bio website zeta-uploader.com
location Göppingen, Germany
age 41
visits member for 3 years, 4 months
seen Mar 7 at 7:26

German developer. Some of my apps:

My son Felix

Recent father. Loves running, climbing and Indian food. Proud Code Project member #234. Office webcam of my dog.


Mar
3
comment What to do with random pages after a 301 redirect?
I read over and over, but I still cannot see how this posting is related to mine you just closed. Any clues or hints where else I can ask the question again?
Mar
3
comment When removing a bunch of files from a website, is 301 to the start page appropriate?
I read this "possible duplicate" entry you refer to, before posting. To me, I cannot see this as an answer. The refered posting wants to move pages, I just want to delete them. No help then for me?
Mar
3
asked When removing a bunch of files from a website, is 301 to the start page appropriate?
Feb
25
answered Good message board for a website (e.g. phpBB)
Feb
25
comment Good message board for a website (e.g. phpBB)
Dropbox forums use bbPress, too.
Feb
9
comment Redirect “302 found” vs “302 object moved”
Thank you, @John.
Feb
9
awarded  Scholar
Feb
9
accepted Redirect “302 found” vs “302 object moved”
Feb
9
awarded  Student
Feb
9
asked Redirect “302 found” vs “302 object moved”
Dec
31
comment BBCode or WYSIWYG editor for non-technical people
IMHO, BBCode is the most useless invention every, and was solely invented to create another own, "cool" language. If you want to provide no WYSIWYG editor, I recommend at least that you allow some other syntax like normal HTML or the syntax that Stack Overflow allows.
Dec
21
awarded  Supporter
Dec
21
comment Is it really worth submitting to DMOZ anymore?
I do agree. If the submission form itself works technically (which is 1 in 10 times, to me), the approval rate is rather low for me, too. Maybe the things I try to submit are not valuable enough to the DMOZ editors?
Dec
21
comment Does Google value links to a page's named anchors (#) as equal to links to the page w/o the anchor?
Not to question your competence in any way. But ever since I read more in the context of the SEO business (I'm just a small C# developer trying learn more about SEO), I hear everyone telling you how this and that is. Virtually no one is able to proof it's statements. This is OK, since probably even Google employees could not tell you everything about how this or that influences a site's rank. I just whish that people add a "in my humble opinion" to these statements. Or am I wrong here?
Dec
17
awarded  Autobiographer