Image filename is not very important. Because google know perfectly this truth that some Content Management Systems and many custom-made websites do not allow to edit image filenames and many images uploaded with unrelated filenames.
Also many Web.2 and social websites, controlled by their users (Not admin) and images uploaded with dirty filenames. So ...
Many automated browsers such as SeleniumHQ can perform the tests. If you feel it is too complicated you can write your own script with greasemonkey / tempermonkey since you have knowledge in js and jQuery.
Performance and stability testing
If you expect the number of user is large, it is worth to do stress test with JMeter although ...
You should start with html 4.01. Don't discard it because it's old, Is is the core language for all the websites in the world. But of course, the specs by itself could be hard to understand, so you need sites like html dog or w3 schools, or any other site with HTML tutorials.
Once you are familiar with it, you should practice with CSS, again don't discar ...
Joomla 'works like that' because your web hosting comes pre-setup with a server configured to serve PHP scripts. Some webhosts will also allow you to serve Rails apps this way - this is very uncommon.
Working with Rails involves working with the command line, to set up your app, run tests, use the rails console, etc. so command-line access to your ...
Go to your Google analytics Admin page and check if your VIEW(s) has ecommerce enabled (Set to ON). Also make sure you have created a Goal to track conversion to that "thank you" Page.
If you use a destination goal to the "thank you" page remember to leave the goal Value field blank.
You can do either -- leave English without a language code, or redirect the English pages to be under /en/. Language is handled on a per-URL basis, you can set it up however you want, it can even be via querystring parameter.
As far as I know, there is no way to have your HTML frame site get indexed the way you want. Google always indexes content at the URL of the child frame, not at the URL of the parent frame.
Lack of search engine support is one of the reasons that frames are so rarely used on the web. It is far more common to rely on server side technology to build a ...
Cpanel/WHM does NOT support Ruby on Rails out the box, you need to provision the Ruby via mod_passenger profile under your EasyApache 4 and deploy each application from Cpanel Application Manager Interface.
It won't hurt your web page rankings to use those techniques. Your pages will rank in web search just fine even if their assets frequently change URLs.
If you are trying to get the images to rank in Google image search, then unstable image URLs will be a problem. For ranking the image itself, you should choose a URL that is stable.
You can get around ...
Does it negatively impact my SEO?
No, not at all.
Are there way to prevent this from happening?
You can use image related text surrounded it, for example figcaption tag will help you here. Alt text will also help you here. Google just want to know that, this image is related to this. And there are many of way to tell it.
Google can even use your ...
This sounds like an DNS zone file issue which you will need to take up with your DNS provider.
If the CNAME record where replaced with an A record as seems to be the case based on the comments then the connection would no longer to go Heroku, it would instead go to the server with that IP address (which as has been mentioned in comments is an AWS EC2 ...
Installing Ruby on your own machine
If you'd just like to experiment and learn more about Ruby, the easiest way to do that would be to install Ruby locally on your own computer and play with it there.
You can install both Ruby and Rails on your Mac or PC using the Rails Installer.
If you want to install Ruby without Rails, you can use the Windows installer ...
Your Ruby on Rails application will reference files in your 'shared' folder. The 'current' folder points to the directory which contains your applications files - not the shared folder.
If you keep assets, such as images, in your shared folder then you needed to copy that over as you did. Your current folder is probably easier to maintain through ...
Things have changed a tad bit since this was originally answered. I also think they are missing a vital point:
Though adding more dynos do not increase the performance, these days you now have the option to chose different dyno sizes as well. However, before you go all nuts with the new sizes, see: Optimizing Dyno Usage: CPU
The different dyno sizes do ...
A good new solution to this old problem is Digital Ocean.
We deployed a Rack app and it is not that hard. Pricing starts at $5/month/app.
They have a One-Click App for Rails which should make things easier.
Most server technologies can be integrated with Apache. It is so popular largely because it is so flexible and configurable. Here is how you have to handle the technologies you mention with Apache:
PHP: Install a module in Apache that will serve PHP pages such as mod_php5. Place .php files into the web server root and they will be executed by the ...
Soft 404s are not a "penalty". Google reports them to you so that can evaluate whether or not they are actually problems. Google's John Mueller has this to say about 404 errors:
404 errors on invalid URLs do not harm your site’s indexing or ranking in any way. It doesn’t matter if there are 100 or 10 million, they won’t harm your site’s ranking. http:/...
I recently solved this problem by switching my Rails setup to Passenger, which uses Apache. Now both the Perl scripts and the Rails site are run through apache. This has the added value that now .htaccess files are honored, allowing me to run the perl scripts without issue.
There were a few other permission issues that I need to resolve, but everything ...
You never asked a question, but looking at your data I will try to fix your potential problems, so please update the question with a real question so it better serves anyone else who may have similar issues in the future and stumbles across this question.
Try putting a space in here: Listen80 like Listen 80.
Then try putting this:
If you server is running Nginx+Passeneger , you can start your Ruby application in the following way:
cd /home/user/rails_apps/user; sudo -u user /usr/local/bin/ruby /usr/local/bin/passenger start -p 12045 -e production &
sudo -u user /usr/local/bin/ruby /usr/local/bin/passenger start -p 12421 -e production & - the command for running is screen
If the jquery / custom js is implemented within a component that is shared by both the editing and view modal states then yes, it could potentially interfere with other components.
It would be best to isolate function to form - insofar as to streamline components only necessary for "published" display vs "edit mode"
Without knowing more specifics and an ...