It's better to link to the folder
If sometimes you link to www.example.com/site/index.html and other times to www.example.com/site/ you will end up with a spitted pagerank
If you link to a page instead of a folder
It's harder to remember. (was it www.example.com/contact or www.example.com/contactUs.html?)
It looks ugly as hell
You are exposing the ...
The short answer is "it depends", mostly on what you're going to do with it.
Looking at the spec for RFC3987 Internationalized Resource Identifiers, IE is well within it's rights to encode your URLs, especially if you've got a US/UK keyboard assigned where entering an é might not be the simplest of actions for the user...
On top of that, I've seen servers ...
Click Behavior/Behavior Flow for a graphical view with many options. Above the chart, for example, there is a pulldown menu that defaults to "Automatically Grouped Pages," but you might want to experiment with the other options to get a view that shows exactly what you want.
Click Behavior/Site Content/All Pages, then click the tab "Navigation Summary", for ...
In Google Chrome, I would Inspect the DOM of the web page where the stylesheet is not loading:
Locate, and right-click the stylesheet element:
<link rel="stylesheet" href="/css/syles.css" />
Click Open in new tab.
If you receive a HTTP 404 Not Found error, then check the address bar to ensure that the absolute path of the file is what ...
Missing a backslash \ after the last folder.
Requested URL has a folder in it. entitialviridordahsboard
Are you looking to goto d:\inetpub\webmail\entitialviridordahsboard\entitialviridordahsboard ???
Error is from the Map Request Handler Change image 4 forward from /entitalvirtidordashbord to
It appears that the only thing that you would need to escape in that URL would be the :
Then your URL wouldn't use any disallowed characters and the directories would still be on the sub URL for supporting some relative links.
I just want to point out that not all relative links will work. ...
Yes, there is a more practical way. Use relative paths everywhere. Instead of setting your image path to src='www.aaa.com/images/myimage.jpg', set it to src='/images/myimage.jpg' instead.
Using relative path has no impact on SEO. It is neutral.
You can use a DNS A record to point the domain to the IP address of your Linux instance. Assuming that the instance is running Apache, you would then create a virtual host that does this redirect:
RedirectMatch ".*" "https://www.lokki.newdomain.example/resources/index.html?crsource=google&category=...
Yes and No depending on how you implement it. The advantage of creating subdirectories on the root of the domain example.com/en-us/app1 it's easy to maintain and track, or cause any complex i18n issues and a shorter URL help identify the page from a user perspective.
But that said I also don't see a problem if there is a strong argument from a technical ...
I don't think there is any advantage of updating the URL of the AMP page whenever the original URL changes. All you have to do (as you have rightly mentioned) is to change the canonical on both the pages to reflect this. I did a quick check on AMP's official documentation. No specific guidelines were present asking one to establish any relation between URL ...
There is an SEO reason that the language identifier is best first in the path. Google Search Console lets you set geo-targeting for properties that you add to the console. The only way to add properties is by prefix. To be able to target the URLs on your site to the US using Google Search Console, they would be easiest to be in the form of /en-us/app1 ...
While testing the web page in your screenshot in Google Structured Data testing tool I found the strange data in your Breadcrumb.
Then by checking the source code in the page I can see a strange hidden article inside your Breadcrumb list
<li itemprop="itemListElement" itemscope="" itemtype="http://schema.org/ListItem" class=...
If you have version 64.0.22 you can create a web disk and set a directory for each user. Which they are able to view download edit from their PC mobile or other software.
The problem has been solved. The Python script "OpenSTV / runElection.py" was not running because Python 3.4 was installed, and this script wasn't written to run in this version. Going back to Python 2.7.8 solved the problem. The clues, although not specific to version problems, were in the Drupal site's log messages.
www.example.com/site/index.html and www.example.com/site/
Pointing to the bare directory, without the directory index, is prefered.
Although the same content might be displayed on your server, these are different URLs. Search engines will see these two URLs as different and might perceive this as duplicate content if both these URLs are used on your site, ...