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Gary Illyes from Google says that Google is working on guidance for e-commerce sites that need to temporarily suspend business because of Covid-19: We're going to put up some more thorough do's and don't's, but in the meantime, closing the cart and putting up a message that explains to the user what's happening should be the way to go if you're planning ...


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You might want to look at the Internet Archive, also known as the "way back machine". You can find it at https://archive.org/web/. It's not Bing specific, but it does grab snapshots of websites and archive them over time. You can use it to compare two different snapshot dates and then you'll have an idea of the date range changes occurred in.


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I run a web hosting business. I have always been pretty relaxed about quotas and such, but now I am loosening up about payments. I am fortunate that I have a bunch of supportive customers who appreciate the great customer service I give them. I emphasise to them that we can work out almost anything as long as they communicate with me. If I don't know ...


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I know this thread is quite old, but wanted to respond in case people are still landing here through a search (like I just did): You can create videos that are hard-to-download, by using Apple's "HTTP Live Streaming" (HLS). Streaming videos are not necessarily "100% download-proof". Almost nothing is online. But because it uses strange file extensions (....


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The message is rather cryptic. Are you sure that's the real Norton and not some scammer wanting to scam you? I mean, why was the message issued if there are "0" threats on the site? Anyway, I bet your best option would be to scan for malware on the site in Cpanel. You may also wish to reach out to your host for help. Also, go into Google Search Console and ...


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