I think the best way would be to integrate the shop in the current site (therefor under the same domain).
SEO: One domain for both would strengthen that domain (all links lead to this domain, so they are not splitted between info site domain and shop site domain).
Usability: Visitors could switch seamlessly between info pages about the company and the shop,...
No. The canonical element is supposed to resolve duplicate content issues on your site stemming from multiple URLs that pull up the same content. Telling the search engines to go to two different places off the same page totally defeats the purpose.
My guess is the company is having some issues internally. It might be their CMS builds composite pages from ...
You could bruteforce the hash that is stored in the database.
WordPress uses phpass for hashing. Per default, WordPress does not use blowfish or similar, but just md5 with an iteration count of 8192. If you just want to find really bad passwords, bruteforcing is certainly feasible.
But I would consider this a rather big violation of ...
The intelligence of the blocker is down to whatever extension or software the user is using. Some will simply block adsense, while others may be configured to read a white list, or black list configuration.
Typically a site with its own ad-network shouldn't be a problem unless the site is used by hundreds of thousands of people, then you may have people ...
I disagree with the notion that most sites don't use a CMS, particulary given the global reach of Wordpress, and the selection of Open/Closed Source CMS available, and the obviously successful business models.
If you're serious about running and managing a website then a CMS is essential IMHO.
If you don't want to use one the simplist way to approach the ...
To answer your question: no, it should not pose a problem for SEO.
Why not - given that ashx has nothing to do with images, you ask? Because of the MIME type being sent with the file header.
The .png file ending is actually not what determine what the browser has to interpret, but rather the file headers of the HTTP request. The file headers sent when the ...
We have exactly the same issue - this is based on specific browser behavior. I have found Fire Fox, IE and Chrome to all give different results. If memory serves well:
IE gives <p> tags
Fire Fox gives a double <br/>
Chrome uses a <div/> tag
I have a ticket filed with Customer Support about this, but as of now, I still don't have a ...
I can't think of a single good reason for doing what you describe. (Caveat: we obviously don't know exactly what your dev was thinking.)
Even if the two "sub-sites" somehow had such different requirements(eg. for the templates) that they'd need this much segregation, WordPress has multi-site capabilities that could break them up under a single ...
There are several PHP microframeworks that allow you to create a simple application with "pretty URLs" by defining the available routes:
For example, this short Limonade app would respond to requests at the root domain (example.com/) and at the specified route (example.com/hello):
You can see an example Here http://chicagos.co This website has all the keywords and stuff like that, but it does not appear on google even if you type the domain, check the source code.
chicagos.co doesn't appear in the SERPs because you are redirecting it to another domain!?
chicagos.co does a 301 redirect to chicagospizza.co
chicagospizza.co then does a ...
Any used framework under the hood has no effect on the SEO. What it matters SEO wise is the front-end (on Site SEO), and the off-site SEO.
Generally any structural, mark-up, content changes have their own effect on SEO. Such changes can be done even with no underlying technology change.
For sure changing framework can't affect off-Site SEO.
For on-site, if ...
so that they are discouraged from mauling the content to their own contempt
What makes you think you're even in a position to do this?
I'm not sure I see what the issue is, other than that you're not letting go of the project; it's not your site. It sounds like you were contracted to build this in such a way that the client would be able to edit the ...
I can definitively tell you that it's not a good idea to use a custom CMS.
I've worked in a web agency in the past (late in 2006) where we've build a custom cms that we deploy for many client. From the beginning it was a really good idea because current developper really know the cms, we can do every thing we want in every way we want.
But, time passing, ...
Most ad blockers block 3rd party content from domains that are known to host ads. If you are using an ad server to host non-ad images, your images will got blocked whenever an ad blocker is used.
I have not run across an ad server that does not use any 3rd party requests. Ads are typically served via 3rd parties so that:
You don't have to deal with ...
I'm not sure that this is even possible. When you select your password, it's stored hashed in database. There's no reverse enginering when comes to hash algorithms.
In my experience, script for password strenght is located in www.example.com/wp-admin/js/password-strength-meter.js, and this is the link to it.
You can change levels and percentage for ...
All the answers suggested I would do as well. If you want another level of security I would enable Apache Basic Authentication
with a username/password on your admin URL within Joomla (make sure that this URL is https accessible only). This is done within your httpd.conf file whereby you generate a ...
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if ( has_post_thumbnail()):
the_post_thumbnail( 'featured-image', array( 'class' => 'featured-image' ) );
You have a PHP code block, ie. <?php...?>, nested inside a PHP code block. This code looks out of ...
duplicate content by itself is not 'bad for SEO' (unless it's done on purpose to manipulate search engines). It has a slight effect in that the SE may decide to crawl, say, 1MB from your site today, and duplicate files will mean that less of your site gets crawled. The other effect is that, when the search engine decides that your page shows as a result of ...
I suggest you follow what Microsoft, Apple & Amazon do - list Taiwan as Taiwan.
It makes good business sense as it doesn't offend anyone in Taiwan and at the same time isn't making a statement supporting independence. You are simply abbreviating a name - which happens already.
Why offend a nation of 23 million people who have their own currency and ...
FTP-based content management systems such as the following offer hosted solutions to managing simple content via a WYSIWYG-style interface:
You provide them with the FTP details for your existing site, and they allow you to set editable regions by adding class names to your HTML, which lets clients edit sites directly via a ...
Does blogging with popular cms like wordpress makes my website an authority website in SEO?
No. It's about quality of your content, uniqueness, trust!, reliability. (You don't have to be the number one search result at any given time, btw.). It's not necessary that your content, your page or site is over-optimized.
does blogging on popular cms platform ...
When you publish a page to a target, and this page contains pending changes in workflow, Tridion will publish the last checked-in version of the content (or "Major" version) unless you own the pending changes - workflow is assigned to you - and the current target's Minimum Approval status is lower or equal to the content's approval status.
What this means ...
It is doable, but at some point, especially if you want to customize things, some coding will factor in.
At this point, your best bet would be:
The CMS Platform:
CMS base, handles users, comments, tags, categories, WYSIWYG interface
Woo Commerce Plugin
ecommerce, integrates with Wordpress
You must make sure that this site is unavailable to search engines. The best way to do this is to put the entire dev site behind a login mechanism. Basic Authentication is the simplest and most effective way to do this. It makes it impossible for search engines to crawl but is easy for developers/users to access as they only need to enter a password once per ...
Yes, in the latest version there is a feature called Layouts which is available by default and lets you drag and drop components in a custom layout. A layout is made of rows and columns, and you can map them to a custom grid framework like bootstrap.
Then, with the Layouts module you can create Blueprints which are reusable layout elements. So as layout is ...