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Feb
19
revised Avoid inflated pageviews when iframing your own webpage?
Using a dummy website here serves no purpose.
Feb
19
suggested approved edit on Avoid inflated pageviews when iframing your own webpage?
Feb
19
answered Update .NET website without reloading
Feb
5
comment How do you mark a website you developed in order to show it as a proof of your work
As you state that tag should detail the author of the content rather than the developer/designer.
Jan
29
revised How hard is it to get back in the search results after being offline for a long time?
There's no value to using `example.com` here - it's not adding any value or clarity to the question.
Jan
29
suggested approved edit on How hard is it to get back in the search results after being offline for a long time?
Jan
27
comment Redirect visitors when site is too busy
For IIS you can change the responseMode from File to Redirect and then specify an absolute URL which will allow you to send the requests to a different server.
Jan
27
revised Redirect visitors when site is too busy
Updated to use the response mode `Redirect` to send users to a different server as per the OP.
Jan
27
suggested approved edit on Redirect visitors when site is too busy
Jan
23
revised Redirect visitors when site is too busy
Turned custom errors on.
Jan
23
answered Redirect visitors when site is too busy
Jan
23
comment Redirect visitors when site is too busy
What server are you running on? IIS? Apache?
Nov
28
comment Broken URL requests with “?rand=0.nnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn” querystrings from Chrome users
On your final paragraph's concern - is it actually re-issuing POST requests, or just GETs? If it also resends form submissions (POST) then yes, that could be a problem, if it's only re-issuing GET requests, then other than the scenario of increasing a counter many of the other actions should be handled by a POST.
Oct
24
comment Frequency & Recency in Google Analytics. How to read the histogram?
The reason there are lines with more than the line before is because they are aggregate lines: Count of 8: 22 Sessions; Count of 9-14: 69 Sessions. If that line was broken down into the individual counts of 9, 10 11, 12, 13 and 14 you would see a continuation of your monotonically decreasing scale.
Oct
17
comment What is Manifest for Web Application, and do we need it?
I'd say "not yet" based on the warnings on the top of the page: "Implementors need to be aware that this specification is extremely unstable. Implementors who are not taking part in the discussions will find the specification changing out from under them in incompatible ways.". If Chrome's the only browser currently implementing this, you're still going to need to implement the fallbacks anyway for now...
Sep
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Sep
14
answered Is there a kind of microdata or markup that creates “results x of y” in search results
Jul
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awarded  Yearling
Jun
20
answered Does registering .uk domains require being a UK Citizen?
Jun
12
answered Should I register the domain name that has not popular top level domain name?