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Chrome doesn't remember vertical scroll position of my website when reloading the page?

In my case was a css issue at body (Firefox, Safari not affected by the problem): overflow: auto; After I remove it, it seems to work well.
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Trying to improve code-text ratio without a catch-22

The text to code radio claim is one of the bigger myths out there on search engine optimization. What actually matters is the page load time not the ratio of text to code. If you have a lot of code ...
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2 votes
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combined 301 redirects not working

RewriteCond %{REQUEST_URI} \/modeles\.php [NC] RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-f RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-d RewriteRule brand=([A-Z][\-A-Za-z]+)&model=([\-A-Za-z0-9\.]+$) http://www....
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Would it introduce lag and bad user experience to host a website with two hosting companies?

There are a couple of ways to accomplish this, and the level of complexity required varies a bit: Option 1 - Serve on multiple subdomains If the client is happy to have two subdomains for the two ...
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Maintain quality of web-appearance: Track number of html 404 responses to fix missing pages

This is a common issue with sites, generally speaking there is not much to do here and 404 wont have a negative impact on your site. Every time a 404 link is being picked by Google, you should be ...
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Can you change your URL when clicking links to different sections on the same page?

The simplest thing to do would be to just use the same fragment identifier (link with the # symbol) that you are already using. Is there any reason you can't add that as the link in your bread crumb. ...
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Chrome doesn't remember vertical scroll position of my website when reloading the page?

I am searching for the solution for the same problem. As you said, It happens when html code generates in JS. Browser doesn't find where to go (because html codes hadn't been generated yet.) and it ...
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1 vote

Friendly URLs with .htaccess

If you cannot access the .htaccess file and if the number of these links that you want are small, it would be possible for you to create the friendly files like example.html etc. and load the index....
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Friendly URLs with .htaccess

What both @Aakash and @w3dk state in their comments is important. When using .htaccess to enable friendly URL's you have to first make sure that you actually have access to the .htaccess file on the ...
Chris Rutherfurd's user avatar

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