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A web browser or Internet browser is a software application for retrieving, presenting, and traversing information resources on the World Wide Web.

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Website not showing in search results when searching with spaces [duplicate]

Website not showing in search results when searching with spaces Example: mywebsite.com (Without spaces) When i search "mywebsite" it shows #1 (With spaces) When i search "my website&...
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Can a browser render a website and download its content to show without caching or saving anything to the computer? [closed]

Can a browser render a website without caching anything to the computer and just downloading the website ‘live’? I’m not sure if that is how it works, but in other words can a browser show a website ...
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MIUI browser in GA4

Is anyone seeing MIUI browsers in GA4 "Explore" reports? I ask, because I'm not. Very early on, on a landing page I have, I've installed AWS CloudWatch RUM, and it's reporting quite a few ...
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Avoiding Microsoft Edge "isn't commonly downloaded" warning

I have shifted software downloads for our customers to download from our domain instead of Dropbox. Now Microsoft Edge raises the "isn't commonly downloaded" warning. I had this on Chrome ...
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Can the sidebar in OPERA and other browsers be removed automatically using javascript or CSS?

In Opera there is a sidebar which wrecks the desktop layout of our website. Is there a piece of code which can be placed on our website to automatically remove all sidebars in all browsers?
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Recent Samsung Internet browser update is blocking cookies for "log in" and "add to basket" on my site

Over the last couple of days I've had half a dozen users report to me that Samsung Internet has broken my website. (Although of course none of them realise this, they think the site is broken). ...
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Browser seems to automatically add 'nofollow' to links, even though it's not in the page source

I've noticed every rel="noopener noreferrer" link with target="_blank" we add to our sites automatically also get a 'nofollow' added to the rel attribute, when I inspect them in ...
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Why do browsers only display .jpg images and never .jpeg ones?

I'm testing the speed of my CDN network by directly browsing to the addresses of images that are stored on it. Some of these images are in jpg format while others are in jpeg format. I've noticed that ...
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Browser appends a '?' to links on page, but the '?' does not appear in the source [closed]

I'm a little puzzled with the following problem: When I hover over a link a WordPress site I'm looking after, I can see that the URL is https://xxxxxxx.com/apply-now/? All the links on the page have ...
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Why do browsers know to lookup the `www` record if DNS query for @ gets NXDOMAIN?

Description If I dig for businessbrief.xyz, I get no results, but the subdomain www returns an address. Entering businessbrief.xyz into any browser's address bar goes to a valid web address. Data Note ...
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Do tags that are not recognized by HTML affect SEO?

For some reason, I'm trying to use tags that are not included in HTML tags, for example <new_tag>This is new to html</new_tag> Everything seems to work as I wanted across all browsers, but ...
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Why Vary Header is different for CURL --head and Chrome's F12 Dev Tools

I am trying to study the HTTP response headers in popular websites. The objective is that I can cross-check with my website and adapt good things. I tried to find how Vary header looks in the response ...
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Minor variations in content based on user-agent - SEO Precautions like http vary header

I am planning minor variations to HTML based on user-agent. Specifically, I would not be implementing ad codes (adsense and other third party ads) for certain user-agents (certain old browsers both on ...
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robots meta tag for specific web crawler

Web crawler list What I want noimageindex (Indexation-controlling parameters) will only work for googlebot (2 : two meta tag - code below) Others all crawlers (example as a YandexBot, Baiduspider) ...
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Data URLs not working in the address bar of Firefox Mobile browser

I've been running some experiments and it's clear to me that an SVG Data URL like this: data:image/svg+xml,%3Csvg xmlns='http://www.w3.org/2000/svg' viewBox='0 0 36 36'%3E%3Cpath fill='%23A0041E' d='...
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Are IFRAMEs inherently unable to display file:/// URLs?

Yes, the browser and webserver are on the same machine! Whenever I try to embed a HTML file from outside of the WWW root in an iframe, thus using the file:/// URL syntax, it is ignored. No error ...
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Does the same site cookie policy potentially change anything for CORS

According to the new same-site cookie policy (once implemented across all browsers) , a third party call from another page would not send along the cookies by default, unless the third party ...
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DOMContentLoaded vs. 'load' event vs. "Finish"

I understand that the Difference between DOMContentLoaded and load events, has already been answered, and as such it explains the last two values (1.40s, 4.66s) from Developer Tools, but if the 'load' ...
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How to cache Images & JS files on static HTML page

I want to cache image & JS files on a static webpage. and trying to improve browser cache score, after adding following tag it doesn't make any difference to the cache score which remains at 49. ...
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Firefox and Chrome load resources with max-age differently?

I'm trying to troubleshoot something on the client and I believe it has something to do with the the browser caching requests. I'm loading the same page on Firefox and Chrome (Canary). When I look in ...
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I have one website that seems to be cached indefinitely on my Mac

I have a strange problem that I can't seem to find an answer to. I developed a website for a client on my dev server. I uploaded it to their live server when it was ready. This was 2-3 months ago. ...
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Can one represent a web application without a domain but without relying on IP addresses solely?

I understand that a browser aimed domainless web application (BADWA) is a web marketing disaster, because: A domain allows TLS certification - without, a BADWA might be inaccessible at least by some ...
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Is there a text editor that auto reloads the page in the browser as I type? [closed]

I'm new to web design and working on some complex CSS and currently I'm working with the dev tools in FireFox and tweaking the CSS there then switching to Sublime Text to retype the altered CSS. Is ...
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is HTTP in URL referring to ":80" port number?

Why every browsers/internet clients defaults to :80 when you just type http://example.com I mean It took time for me to know browsers internally always add port :80
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Is there some way to make HTML textareas "steal" tab key presses, preferably without using JavaScript? [closed]

If I, for example, ask a new question on Superuser, and I start typing in the message body textfield, and I make a newline and then press tab, it does not add an actual tab inside the textarea; ...
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Which browsers handle client-side compression of requests such as POST'ed formdata?

Which browsers handle client-side compression of requests, such as "multipart/form-data" transmitted by the client to the server via HTTP POST ? The HTTP server I am trying to get this working with ...
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who defines SOAP protocol?

A further follow up of my earlier question: Are SOAP based web services meant to be used only with non-browser based applications? so I understand that SOAP is an application layer messaging ...
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Are SOAP based web services meant to be used only with non-browser based applications?

From what I have understood from browsing internet, SOAP is an application level protocol. If this is the case, then can I safely assume that all that happens thru/over browser (which uses HTTP ...
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What do the browser performance acronyms "HRBR" "TTFCP" & "RTT" mean?

They're used in this article on resource hints: https://medium.com/reloading/a-link-rel-preload-analysis-from-the-chrome-data-saver-team-5edf54b08715 I can't find then used anywhere else though, nor ...
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What is a "top-level" in web in general?

If I'm not wrong, a "top-level" is a browser window; or shall I say a "browser-window object", which parents the "document object" which parents "head" and "body" HTML objects (and so forth). Am I ...
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HTTP/2.0 loads resources in parallel, will that change dependency order of CSS and JS in my HTML source code?

I'm willing to use HTTP/2.0 on my apache server. I'm using apache over HTTP/1.1 and I have structured my site like this : <head> sharedJS.js 1.js 2.js sharedCSS.css 1.css 2.css </head> ...
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Comparing Page Load Time

How can I save (for a later use in comparison) the page load results totals in chrome`s network panel. The totals are displayed on the status bar but I didnt find a way to save it. Is there a better ...
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Do Google and others care how much CPU/GPU is used by the web browser to render a webpage?

Let's say that I have a hypothetical webpage: I have an absolutely positioned HTML5 <video> tag that is set to automatically play. It is sized to occupy the entire browser window and ...
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GDPR & Outdated Browsers

So as a web developer we are always asked to support the old browsers for the potential that someone may fire up a decade old computer and visit our sites. However with GDPR now in place I wonder if ...
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How can I protect my users' privacy when social share buttons may be pre-fetched?

I am making a site with privacy as one of its main topics. Subsequently, we want to make privacy a concern, by minimizing privacy violations for visitors of my site. (In this crazy world that is the ...
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Are resized browser windows a real-world use case?

I'm working on the styling of a site that uses bootstrap 3. The front-end is not my strong suit, and my role is cleaning up small issues. I develop my work on a desktop at full-width. We're using the ...
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How many concurrent HTTP connections from a single tab do modern browsers support?

I'm trying to figure out how many concurrent HTTP connections from a single tab modern browsers support. I've found old sources saying 10 for Chrome and 17 for Firefox I'm confused by this because ...
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Google Analytics: how to consolidate browser counts by major version number?

In the question "Google Analytics - How to See More Detailed Browser and OS Info at Same Time?" the top answer concludes with 'I really wish that Google Analytics had a "Browser and major version" ...
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Omitting "http://www." from my URL doesn't load the mobile site

I designed and uploaded a site on a mobile format. It shows up fine but ONLY if I type out the http://. The client wants it to be as simple as possible. How can I have it automatically insert ...
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Many websites miss the HTML id or name attributes (no support for fragment URI's), what to do about it?

I like the idea that HTML header elements have the id attribute. It allows to share links with fragments like for example with Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fragment_identifier#Proposals ...
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Stop my website from redirecting to add a query parameter on first visit

When I type my web page address for the first time in a new browser, the address is automatically added by some strange suffix. e.g. www.example.com automatically become: www.example.com/?i=1 ...
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Why doesn't Edge/16.17025 send referrers?

Does anyone know why Edge/16.17025 wouldn't send referrers? Are there any registry keys or options to control this? There are meta tags on the page that have Referrer-Policy set to unsafe-url and ...
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Desktop angularjs website not opening on uc browser [closed]

I have built a desktop site on angularjs.The problem i am facing is that i am not able to open it on uc browser on mobile.Is there any way to debug this issue ?
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Redirecting FTP Browser Requests to HTTP

Is there - and if yes, what is it - a solution to the following task: I want to redirect browser requests targeting ftp://www.example.net to http://www.example.com I am aware that ftp:// is ...
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An alternate way to access adsense

I haven't accessed adsense in a long time until just now. I was able to login however I could not see my earnings, nor do anything to my account. I tested it in opera 11.64 and received this error ...
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Why clients might send unsanctioned requests (i.e. where did this POST come from?)

I've been building web apps for awhile, and while I'm quite aware that this is the Internet and your server has to be ready for anything, by and large humans using browsers make the HTTP requests you ...
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Auto open fullscreen on another monitor

I have been asked by a local company to build an internal system using asp (as all their databases are msAccess and they are not interested in changing). At the moment they are having to visit two ...
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Why is my site getting requests for URLs converted to lowercase?

On my sites I am seeing requests for what would be valid URLs, but with the path converted to lowercase. For example, a valid URL is example.com/some-product-CAT12P0.html. In my Apache logs I'm ...
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Seeing data sent by the browser without firebug [closed]

is there any way to see the data sent by the browser without firebug? Some other tool? I need to see which data is sent by the browser in some websites and the firebug console sometimes is blank. I've ...
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New Relic and Google Analytics browser stat discrepency

I'm tracking a client website with both Google Analytics and New Relic. There's a bit of discrepency between the browser usage though (i think). Google Analytics reports Chrome as top used browser, ...
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