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It looks like your url path for the actual icons are incorrect. Currently you are using ../ which means that your file is located up a level. I.e if you browsed http://example.com/home/ and assuming you had the icons in the root then it would work... but visiting just http://example.com would not work since ../ does not exist because you can't go any higher ...


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Your Mac is probably retina, which means it uses twice the amount of pixels to display things. Some articles with more information: http://blog.endpoint.com/2014/05/supporting-apple-retina-displays-on-web.html http://www.leemunroe.com/designing-for-high-resolution-retina-displays/ You can emulate retina displays on Windows in Firefox by changing the pixel ...


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It is not possible to exclude Windows or target only macOS. You can select operating systems for Display and Video ads, but only mobile operating systems are offered. I had a 30 minute conversation with, and multiple configuration attempts by, a Google Ads optimization advisor person, and he couldn't do it either.


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I managed to reproduce this on Chrome for Windows. The image on the second to last page doesn't show up, but when I download the .pdf and open it locally, it works fine. The image also shows up fine in Firefox either way. However, if I try loading the PDF from a different server, it doesn't seem to have the same issue. Since it seems to be working on a ...


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It could be a rogue cache header. Less likely is a misbehaving service worker. It might be helpful to check the HTTP cache headers for the resources that seem stuck in the cache. Also, make sure your computer is actually fetching from the right remote server - if you ever modified your hosts file to point their domain to your dev server on your local ...


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So I eventually worked this out by going line to line changing redirects to https://google.com to see which worked and which didn't. Any patterns in the .htaccess that had a matching php file wouldn't load. I think it's a configuration difference between the two rather than a version difference and was fixed immediately in my case by adding Options -...


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Once you undock it it stays undocked for that website. You could try firebug addon for firefox as an alternative. Does basically the same thing but might have the shortcut you're looking for.


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You mount the drive as you would any other. This will usually make the files on it available via /Volumes/Something/ on your local file system. You can then specify that location as a DocumentRoot or Alias in your Apache configuration. Alternatively, you can create a symlink to it from somewhere under your existing DocumentRoot (assuming you enable ...


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Unfortunately, getting character encodings right means checking multiple places. Data can be corrupted in half a dozen places. You need to go through and check each of them. How did you import the data from your Windows machine? Did you use mysqldump? Did you copy the database tables? If you used mysqldump you need to use the --default-character-...


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