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Actually my site is 100% clean of any pornography and it's been blocked by mistake If your site isn't appearing in Google search results, or it's performing more poorly than it once did (and you believe that it does not violate Google Webmaster Guidelines), you can ask Google to reconsider your site. First, review the Manual Actions page to see if Google ...


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In AWStats on the left side below Viewed click on Full List which will tell you how many times a single file was accessed


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To be honest with you I would like to think that Mail Chimp will have spf records and domain keys etc all sorted out and generally keeping the reputation of their infrastructure clean. Hence I would imagine this will be issues with your content and interactions from your recipients. A couple of things I have noticed straight off. It looks quite image ...


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This is because of the x-frame-options:SAMEORIGIN response header. If you analyse a HTTP response from YouTube you will see the following: As you can see there is a response header, 2nd from bottom, that sets x-frame-origin to SAMEORIGIN. This basically prevents you from framing content from YouTube in an iframe on your own site. The idea is to prevent ...


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The most generalized way you can use to see user behavior for filters is : ga('send', { hitType: 'event', eventCategory: 'Filters', eventAction: '{{FilterName}} Set', // FilterName : Color, Price , Size eventLabel: '{{FilterValue}}' // FilterValue : Yellow, $200, L }); Also if you are tracking product impressions for enhanced ecommerce, you can ...


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This is due to the number of people who embed these HTTP libraries in their own software for the purpose of scraping content from other sites, which is often done for the purposes of copyright infringement. Well-made crawlers which are legitimate and designed for a specific purpose (like archiver bots and search bots) have their own custom user agent strings ...


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Filename filters provide a way to filter out files and directories with respect to both visibility and transfers. http://wiki.filezilla-project.org/Filename_Filters


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I scanned your website with Sucuri and it came up clean of malware http://www.sucuri.net however it did show a warning: Wordpress internal path: /home/content/62/8621962/html/inkattech/wp-content/themes/Matrix/index.php Sucuri is quite good at picking all types of malware and if it says your site is clean of malware it's a safe bet that it is. So I ...


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The WebCat system you refer to I believe is owned and operated as a hosted service by Cyberoam/Sophos. Check the current categorization for your website URL by entering it into their Web Categorization URL Lookup form. If you consider the resulting category to be inaccurate then they also then show you a web-based form into which you can suggest a more ...


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I'm fairly sure that you unable to retroactively filter by IP; this is to keep the data anonymous and in line with Google Analytics privacy policy. The nearest that you can do is filter by ISP by choosing [hostname] I know this may be of no use though, however, if you combine the hostname with the city that you are based, you will have a more rigid solution,...


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I would check out Change History tab in the admin console under ACCOUNT. Change history lists: Date Email (who performed activity) Activity (e.g. account, user, view, goal, filter), and what action was performed (e.g. added to account, created, deleted). More information in Google's Documentation - View the history of account changes


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Google's Webmaster Guidelines state very clearly that they don't want you trying to get search results pages indexed: Use robots.txt to prevent crawling of search results pages or other auto-generated pages that don't add much value for users coming from search engines. If you have an "Advanced Search" page then it's probably okay to let that be indexed, ...


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Regular expressions are only supported in custom filters. If you want to match multiple domains using a single filter, switch from a predefined filter to a custom filter.


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this http://www.webpronews.com/could-googles-safesearch-be-costing-you-traffic-by-filtering-your-safe-images-2013-10 may help you, but in general check the following: check your text content and image filenames for things that Google could view as adult words make sure your outbound links aren’t pointing to any adult areas make sure you’re not hosted on the ...


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Your expression should work fine on both is strange that it doesn't for filters. I tested here https://regex101.com/ Probably the filter hasn't started working yet. Filters may take up to 24hrs for start showing in your stats https://support.google.com/analytics/answer/6046990?hl=en GA allows simpler syntax for basic expression, dots and hyphens don't need ...


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You cannot apply filters retroactively in Google Analytics. Filters are applied on incoming data only. They permanently and irrevocably change the data as it comes in. You cannot apply a filter retroactively nor can you remove a filter and reset the already filtered data. The alternative is to use segments. Segments allow you to view a portion of ...


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This message looks to me like it comes from Symantic's Web Gateway. Here is a page where somebody with the same error message points the finger at Symantec. Symantec has a URL filtering categories page that lists the category your website has been misassigned: Weapons (plus Military) -- This category contains Web sites from military organizations/...


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First of all, let me open by saying I personally answered your last question and my proposal was option A. Since I stated my thoughts regarding option A, I will just say why options B and C are no good. Option B uses comma as delimiters for range. Comma is an unsafe character, meaning it will be encoded to %2C in your url and will generally seem like ...


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Your filter translates to this statement: All pages, that do not match RegEx A OR do not match RegEX B OR do not match RegEx C This essentially returns all or most of your pages, as one of the sub-conditions are likely to evaluate to TRUE, resulting the whole filter to be passed by pages. So for you regex to work, you need to tell Analytics to match all ...


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To prevent a/any user to perform any actions on a mailbox, just change the user's rights on that mailbox.


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as Andreas mentioned - Regular expressions are supported in custom filters. Simply create a new filter with the following: 1) Filter Name - whatever you want "Spam Sites" is what I use 2) Filter Type - Custom 3) Exclude (radio button) 4) Filter Field - Referral 5) Filter Pattern (here's a list I use - I'm sure there are a ton more) semalt\.com|free-...


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I guess that the answer is that you should correct your filter so that it accepts pageviews for www.briligg.com and briligg.com. It is also important to note that for a given pageview, the referrer reported in GA isn't (necessary) the value of Referer header of the corresponding request, but the referrer of the request that brought the visitor to your site. ...


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First, you need to configure a filter that only excludes referral spammers from your view. Go to your view and set up the Filter as follow: Filter type: Custom Exclude Filter Field: Referral Filter patter use the following regex: .*spammer1.tld|.*spammer2.tld|.*spammer3.tld|.*spammer4.tld Check the tld (com, net, co, etc) of the spammer* and change it ...


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You are correct- The web proxy will act as a middle man in between you and the content being requested through the proxy. P2P disabled will in no way affect the results of using a web based proxy, as long as you are able to successfully connect to the web proxy server. Though there are still some things to consider depending on the quality of web proxy you ...


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Google analytics has a feature for this called "Exclude URL Query Parameters". From their help document: Exclude URL Query Parameters: Any query parameters or unique session IDs (e.g., sessionid or vid) that appear in your URLs that you do not want to see in your reports. Enter as a comma-separated list. This setting is case sensitive. There is a ...


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I was able to accomplish this using advanced segments instead of a filter. Google Analytics Separating Tablet and Mobile Traffic has an answer from chsweb that gives an example of doing so: To separate Tablet traffic from your site's Mobile traffic, you need to create a new "Advanced Segment." Log in to Google Analytics Go to the customer ...


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Could your app developers check for connectivity on a page like "testconn.php" instead of "/". That way you can just exclude that page from your reports. You can filter if the hits are coming from the same host/network/provider, IP address/IP range or maybe a unique browser version. If you can find a common factor in these then you can filter it this way.


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Create a new view with an Include Only Filter by Name/Code or anything else of the article, and use a regular expression to identify only their products. It can work if your products have in their name or code a unique identifier that distinguish your competitor's brand name. There's also an alternative: you can create a scheduled report (via email) based ...


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IMHO your best bet is really to avoid using mailchimp for opted-in lists - at least 50% of the email I get from them is spam (the messages are also generally illegal under UK law), so I would wager that a large number of services proactively dump all mailchimp email into spam folders. A lot of other people seem to feel the same way, here's a few examples: ...


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There are many things that we can't say for sure because the spam world and spam filters are a never ending battle and constantly adding new rules and new ways to avoid rules. But a few things on those headers have caused problems on some clients. X-Apparently-To Many people has rules stating that if they are not a clear recipient addressed on the to field ...


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