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Mar
20
comment Redirect domainname.com to sites.google.com
I believe this is the correct link - sites.google.com/support/bin/answer.py?hl=en&answer=99448
Mar
18
comment How is anti-hotlinking done?
@David - that's a good point. I didn't realize that could be a reason to prevent hot linking.
Mar
18
comment How is anti-hotlinking done?
This approach kills client side caches, which would mean more requests to your server, which means you are not gaining server resources by eliminating hot linking.
Mar
14
comment How do I interpret direct traffic that lands on random pages?
The only way you can influence the browser is by making your website https enabled. A https -> https transition preserves the referrer header.
Mar
14
comment How do I interpret direct traffic that lands on random pages?
@danlefree - Oh ok. I might add, Facebook and Google both have http and https versions, but not many people use it.
Mar
14
comment wrong SEO result for staging website
... and use a different domain for your staging environment, and add a robots.txt to your staging to prevent google from indexing it.
Mar
14
comment How do I interpret direct traffic that lands on random pages?
@mfg - I didn't understand your question. What do you mean by attributed to "facebook and not"?
Mar
14
comment Using Pragma header on HTTP 1.1
What do you want to achieve? Details around your use-case will be helpful in understanding your problem.