There are many IP to Location databases/services there, but going for free will cost in limited number of API calls, and features (paid one gives comparatively more). Freeness of service and the accuracy of service is inversely proportional to each other. Listed below are some services arranged by accurate (or more feature) to free:
Offers features ...
If you want great quality templates ready made for you then there's a lot of them you can search in the internet. (but its not free)
Though there are also great and decent design templates which is free you can download from
Bootswatch Saving the web from default Bootstrap
You can also create your own template and themes online
Create unique Twitter ...
The link in noscript tag could qualify as a hidden link, so it wouldn't be out of the question for Google to penalize for this. However, googlebot should be ignoring links in noscript tags. It may be a hidden link but it is a very mild one. The best way to test for sure would be too look at some pages that are hosted by this company and see how they rank....
It is very simple to generate self signed certificate..here is the forum post citing this details
It's simple. Log in as the admin, go to "server", then "certificate". Fill in the information and press "self signed". Then you should wait a minute or so ...
You can use a self-signed certificate in this case. If you are using a shared IP, you will still have to purchase a dedicated IP for your website.
Self-signed certificates can be used but the problem with them is that your visitors will see a warning regarding the website while browsing the website.
Personally, I would suggest you to get an SSL Certificate....
Are you just trying to share a banner image? and have it hosted/served from somewhere? You can use windows skydrive, google drive, or dropbox.
You can also put it up on a cheap godaddy instance or amazon aws and setup cname in dns settings so you can have an easy url to point to the image file.
Web sites are more than just their template. You also need to consider hosting costs, domain name registration costs, secure server certificates, and more. One assumes that you have at least some of that covered and are at the design phase.
You may want to explore using WordPress to run your site. You can set up a site at wordpress.com and pay just a ...
If this is Cloudlinux cPanel the physical memory might be being taken up by the users disk cache as noted here.
You can check your disk cache by doing the following where XXX is your user ID and looking for Cached: value.
To get your user id all you need to do is id username where 'username' is your username (eg id root, id ...
If you are going to buy a premium theme for WordPress (or any theme/template for any CMS), you are better off buying one from a developer who has a track record of updating the theme as WordPress evolves. This doesn't just apply for premium themes...when assessing free themes, check the changelog for the theme and see if the developer releases regular ...
You should check the header of the email, to see why it is classified as spam. While it could be that the link to a specific website contributes to the spam-classification, there should be other factors involved.
This is the spam-related part of an email I got:
... my account at bplaced.net the following address: richard87.bplaced.net If I understand correctly I would now need to redirect my URL ffm-nachhilfe.de on the homepage of united-domains.de to this address.
On ffm-nachhilfe.de you need to redirect users to richard87.bplaced.net and header redirect is best.
If you use apache and have mod_rewrite installed, ...
Many organisations that provide creative commons content make distinctions between commercial websites which are built specifically to make a profit and sites which simply have a few ads on the pages to offset hosting costs. Best bet is to ask but you will find that many won't have an issue with your site having ads on it, the issue would arise if you ...
I would suggest having a look at these:
Font Awesome - http://fortawesome.github.io/Font-Awesome/icons/
Foundation Icon Fonts - http://zurb.com/playground/foundation-icons
Bootstrap Icons (Glyphs) - http://getbootstrap.com/components/
TypIcons - http://typicons.com/
Modern Pictograms - http://thedesignoffice.org/project/modern-pictograms
Fontello - http://...
I have never tried it, but they offer phpmyadmin, so you can change settings manually. By the way, have you tried "set names 'utf8'"? E.g.:
$db=mysql_connect($db_host, $db_user, $db_password);
mysql_query("SET NAMES 'utf8'");
I think having a .co.cc subdomain will rank lower in search engines then having a .com domain name. Last July, Google actually removed 11,000,000+ .co.cc websites from their listings due to the large amount of .co.cc websites containing malware and spam. If you want to be indexed by search engines, I say just spend the $10 (or less) on a .com domain name.
Take a look at Bold Chat it has a nice feature which lets you setup triggers to open custom chat windows based on keywords in the URL, time on page, referring URL and more.