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awarded  Notable Question
Mar
28
comment Easiest way to preview https over localhost?
If you're testing with a web browser, just add a security exception for the site and store it in the browser. You usually do this when the browser says it's blocking the site due to security issues.
Mar
25
revised When setting up LAMP for testing at a local machine, how do I make sure it's not remote accessible?
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Mar
25
answered When setting up LAMP for testing at a local machine, how do I make sure it's not remote accessible?
Mar
15
comment Using one index file in all directories and subdirectories
@silverdr you should include a .htaccess file in your program including the suggestion by w3dk in that case. I'd much prefer all php logic routed through my root index.php file however, as this is much less error prone than relying on each directory having an index file.
Mar
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revised Using one index file in all directories and subdirectories
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revised Using one index file in all directories and subdirectories
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14
answered Using one index file in all directories and subdirectories
Mar
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awarded  Yearling
Dec
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comment How to block baidu spiders
Can confirm that baiduspider or something posing as baiduspider crawls sites unethically and ignores robots.txt directives.
Dec
14
answered ncsi.txt requests on our server result in hundreds of 404 errors served daily - Why is this being requested?
Dec
14
answered PHP - URL variables that look like pages `/POSTID/`
Oct
7
revised Migrating SSL cert to new server
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Oct
7
answered Will many social media webpages hurt my ranking?
Oct
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answered Migrating SSL cert to new server
Mar
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awarded  Yearling
Oct
24
answered Apparent False alarm raised by Google Webmaster Tools / Search
Oct
24
comment Terms and conditions integrity
I agree this is a reasonable question in general, but if your site is relevant enough to worry about this, then you should be able to hire a lawyer. Stackexchange sites are a bad place to get legal info. Many people here are not from your legal jurisdiction or qualified for that type of advice.
Oct
22
comment Does Google use .com as a ranking factor compared to other generic top level domains?
Agree with Stephen. When someone grabs a non .com address just because the .com is already in use, (especially with a quality website already in place) then you likely won't rank well because its similar to piggy backing on someone else's trademark.
Oct
22
answered Is there any risk to a network if it allows FTP access to third party websites?