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bio website olivierpons.fr
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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++

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Oct
22
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.
Mar
14
comment Case-specific mod rewrite on WordPress subdomain multisite
So... your solution is better.
Mar
14
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
27
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
14
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 ;)
Feb
13
comment google changing crawl speed: doesn't seem to work. Why?
Today google went down to 1 URLs every three seconds, this is very annoying. You're right: in the end they do whatever they want, and this "customization" is kindof useless.
Feb
12
comment google changing crawl speed: doesn't seem to work. Why?
Hi, no offense but I explained in my question that my webserver is very fast and can handle up to twenty simultaneous connexions. A few hours after my question everything went fine (see my own answer). So I calculate this: 2 request by second X 3600 seconds X 10 hours (the morning after)= 72000. I launched this morning awstats and guess what? Found 71101 new qualified records. Conclusion: google crawler configuration has been properly applied, and my website is able to handle far more things :) . Ain't life good?
Feb
7
comment How do I block US users from my website without interfering with SEO?
US users who will want to access your site will use public proxies, and you will never be able to know that they're from US. I'd like to know why you want to block all US users..
Feb
6
comment Google Webmaster Tools URLs in the index differ from the sitemap. How comes?
That's exactly what I did and google is using my sitemap, but I guess you're right: Sitemap has nothing to do with PageRank.
Feb
6
comment Google Webmaster Tools URLs in the index differ from the sitemap. How comes?
So that would mean that google actually uses sitemap, even though the pages have are ranked "0", and maybe from there, it can find pages that get a higher pagerank? This page made me think sitemap were useless: webmasters.stackexchange.com/questions/4803/the-sitemap-paradox
Jan
19
comment sitemap.xml : shall I put all my URLs including the ones that have “empty result” for a dataset?
Damn I have to modify once again my sitemap generator!
Jan
17
comment .htaccess rule not working without HTTP redirect [R]
Answer updated, tell me if it worked ;)
Jan
5
comment Does same domain name, but with multiple extensions (com,org…) help for page rank?
Thank you very much for your answer. And you last remark describes exactly the problem: why does google rank so high a site when it doesn't even contain the phrase you are searching for, and has clearly zero content? The answer lies: in its past history, and that's why I told my whole (maybe boring) story. So I was wondering when google.fr will apply Panda, and if its results will prove to be more efficient than it is (because the problem you describe is not normal at all).
Jan
5
comment Friendly URLs: is there a max length for search engines?
Ok for SEOs, the separators are not "only" slashes (/) but - too?
Jan
5
comment Does same domain name, but with multiple extensions (com,org…) help for page rank?
Edited my question... thanks for your reply
Jan
5
comment Does same domain name, but with multiple extensions (com,org…) help for page rank?
My question was not about being blacklisted it was: "why does his site still have a good pagerank, and not mine"?
Jan
5
comment Friendly URLs: is there a max length for search engines?
If you look at my example URLs, there are mysite/(1)/(2)/(3)/(4)/(5)/(6)/(7)/ => only 7 keywords, instead of the 6 you adviced. Does this make a difference?