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bio website olivierpons.fr
location France
age 40
visits member for 3 years, 1 month
seen Nov 12 '13 at 21:42

Software Engineer, speciality: Internet / Website development

Strong skills: vim and ssh (= long distance) development

Languages / skills (order of daily use):

  • Php
  • C
  • JavaScript
  • HTML
  • Python
  • Pascal
  • C++

Professional websites:

My Php high performance framework (v3):

Blog:

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awarded  Curious
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awarded  Notable Question
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comment SEOs: mobile version using AJAX: how to be properly read by crawlers?
(*.*) not use m.myweb.com at all? Even google suggests to use the prefix m. for mobile... youtube.com/watch?v=mY9h3G8Lv4k
Oct
22
comment SEOs: mobile version using AJAX: how to be properly read by crawlers?
@huzzah It's here => webmasters.stackexchange.com/questions/32517/…
Oct
22
comment SEOs: mobile version using AJAX: how to be properly read by crawlers?
@huzzah Well, if you search a bit around (on this site) you'll see that with proper tags in head, google "guesses" it's for mobile and doesn't consider it's duplicate.
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awarded  Popular Question
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asked SEOs: mobile version using AJAX: how to be properly read by crawlers?
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awarded  Caucus
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accepted PHP CodeSniffer: indentation of 2 is ignored, it just checks 4
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awarded  Yearling
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answered PHP CodeSniffer: indentation of 2 is ignored, it just checks 4
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asked PHP CodeSniffer: indentation of 2 is ignored, it just checks 4
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comment Case-specific mod rewrite on WordPress subdomain multisite
So... your solution is better.
Mar
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comment Case-specific mod rewrite on WordPress subdomain multisite
This just implies that there are a few words in (auto|foo|bar), otherwise after ~20 - ~50 words this becomes absolutely no maintanable. My solution sounds complicated, but it works flawlessly whatever the number of categories. But you got a point: if there are a few categories, your solution is better.
Feb
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comment Create friendly looking URL's with mod rewrite
using RewriteCond %{ENV:REDIRECT_STATUS} 200 is very dangerous, because even if the URL is a redirection, you still may want to apply rewrite rules. If I were you I would avoid such thing. Maybe, to avoid loop, before a "potential looping rule", test if the status is not 200: RewriteCond %{ENV:REDIRECT_STATUS} !200
Feb
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accepted SEO: many small pages or only one big?
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asked SEO: many small pages or only one big?
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comment google changing crawl speed: doesn't seem to work. Why?
Maybe I didn't express myself properly, your just expressed what I meant ;)
Feb
14
comment google changing crawl speed: doesn't seem to work. Why?
Updated my answer, feel free to comment ;)