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I see dead pixels.


Nov
11
awarded  Constituent
Nov
11
revised How to check if linked JavaScript and CSS files are being used?
Rephrase title – 'resources' is ambiguous
Nov
11
answered How to check if linked JavaScript and CSS files are being used?
Nov
9
comment URL is generating a /#!/splash-page
Using pushState should not make sites any less crawlable. See this post from moz.com, who now recommend it over the #! hack. Just make sure that the URL you update with pushState loads identical content with JavaScript turned off. With WordPress, this is easy – you just need to make sure pretty permalinks are turned on. The only other consideration is that older browsers don't support pushState, but developers can use history.js to work around that.
Nov
9
revised URL is generating a /#!/splash-page
added 5 characters in body
Nov
9
answered URL is generating a /#!/splash-page
Nov
5
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Send HTML email to multiple recipients
Nov
5
reviewed Reject suggested edit on Does nofollow block bad neighborhoods?
Nov
5
awarded  Caucus
Nov
3
comment Still prompted for a password after adding SSH public key to a server
Aha! SSH2 expects key files to be named id_rsa or id_dsa. It will not look for other files unless you explicitly pass the path to the key file with the -file flag. So, if you renamed your key files after creating them or called them something different to begin with, that would explain why you couldn't use key-based authentication. Well done for solving it. You should mark this answer as the correct one so others know your question is solved.
Nov
3
comment Still prompted for a password after adding SSH public key to a server
You should get password-less login if the key file is unprotected. I've added some things to check below.
Nov
3
answered Still prompted for a password after adding SSH public key to a server
Nov
3
revised Still prompted for a password after adding SSH public key to a server
Rephrased title
Nov
3
comment Still prompted for a password after adding SSH public key to a server
You might be seeing a password prompt for your key and not for the SSH connection. Did you password protect your key when you created it? If so, your local machine – not the server – will ask you for a password ("Enter passphrase for key") when you try to connect to a server using that key. You can only use passwordless SSH logins for keys without a password. (i.e. When creating your key, don't password-protect it. This is less secure, but more convenient – it depends if security or convenience is more important to you.)
Oct
25
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Web host deleted webpage after 30 days and need to recover
Oct
23
comment Links to facebook.com/company-page redirect to facebook.com
@Teo Great to hear you got it working. Thanks for mentioning your solution – it might help others in the future.
Oct
23
revised Links to facebook.com/company-page redirect to facebook.com
deleted 59 characters in body; edited title
Oct
23
answered Links to facebook.com/company-page redirect to facebook.com
Oct
23
comment What's the name of this website component that shows images with right and left arrows?
Agreed – in the source code for the Live Science site, they refer to that section as a "slideshow".
Oct
22
awarded  Generalist