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SEO for filename of images that are uploaded using Ruby on Rails

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 ...
Mohsen Tavoosi محسن طاوسی's user avatar
3 votes

Does a cache busting fingerprint in image file names hurt SEO rankings?

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 ...
Stephen Ostermiller's user avatar
2 votes

How will using the Wordpress API affect SEO ranking for company blog?

If I understand your situation correctly, you are considering setting up a blog site created by wordpress (on another server) and then pulling the content back to your website via an API. And, you ...
Keith's user avatar
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2 votes

how to modify virtualhost in WHM?

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 ...
gabehou's user avatar
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1 vote
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Google AdSense Ad placement above fold in-article

Yes, you can put ads in the page where you want them in Google AdSense. For a long time, that was the only way to use it. Now Google is pushing "auto ads" that place the ads on the page for you. ...
Stephen Ostermiller's user avatar
1 vote
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Does Rails Precompiled Images Names Affect SEO?

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 ...
Goyllo's user avatar
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1 vote

Custom Heroku Domain redirecting to random website

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 ...
Chris Rutherfurd's user avatar

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