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Scrolling is a way of life and you're attempting to fix something that isn't broken If you research UX scrolling you will find plenty of evidence that for a good user experience and to keep people's attention scrolling is actually a good thing, here's just one article of many you can find online regarding scrolling and user experience: Myth #3: People don’t ...


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I would not create fake accounts to make it look as if the site is populated as that can backfire on you in too many ways. Unless you are very skilled at creating content that looks like it is from different people you may find that your users will be able to spot the fake accounts. Always remember that humans are pattern-seeking mammals and if the ...


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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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There are two things you have to keep in your mind: The easier to remember, the better you have to be able to remove each part in the url without breaking it This makes your 3 examples rather easy: A http://www.example.com/category/sub-category/sub-sub-category/article/ID B http://www.example.com/ID/category/sub-category/sub-sub-category/article C http:...


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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 compared to the text in your site this still isn't inherently a problem until the amount of code you have is causing significant load time issues. Google ...


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Many businesses have domains that differ from their established trade names. As long as your web pages are well put together to maximize SEO, there should be relatively little to no impact on prospective customers finding your site.


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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 different parts of the company, you could have something like: www.example.com Serves pages for the primary company, potentially along with the "standard" ...


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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 able to find that link on the Google console. The most efficient ways to battle 404 is a good optimized 404 template, people often underestimate the power of a ...


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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.soeezauto.com/modeles-voiture/$1/$2 [R=301,L] You can't match the query string with the RewriteRule pattern. The RewriteRule only matches against the URL-path (...


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No, it is not bad, since Google execute Javascript very well from many years ago. I checkout your codepen example, and you're displaying whole content on current page, so Google will index your truncate paragraphs + rest of paragraphs. Actually your example similar to jump-links, so when Googlebot encounter links and click on it, then more content will ...


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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. Using your bread crumb example: Home > Product List > Product Category > Product 3 If you want to link directly to the product category section on the ...


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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 goes 0,0. I solved the problem with the min-height. I added a min-height value to the body code in CSS. And, this is my first post in StackExchange. :)


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I think having a domain name that is different from the company name can enhance user friendliness if the domain name is used in such away that appeals to the prospective viewer. It can be in the form of a short metaphor that users can quickly relate to or a brief description of the main service offered by the company. Organising of key words and landing ...


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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.php with the corresponding parameters using an iframe. Just style the iframe to make it look invisible. <iframe style="border:0;height:100%;width:100%;...


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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 server, then you need to make sure your server is configured to support .htaccess for URL rewrites (most cPanel and Plesk servers are). After the .htaccess file ...


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You want Modernizr, a feature based detection library. Combine that with Browsehappy.org, and you should be able to detect when someone is on a browser that can't support your website, and they'll be able to easily either upgrade or move to a better browser.


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I strongly suggest you examine the status codes and their meanings. You did not explain why a client (which could be a human or a bot) might request a URL that does not exist but the URL might have a valid "parent" URL. The reasons for unusual situation will likely guide your choices of status codes. The information provided by closetnoc is excellent, and ...


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Here is a run-down of some of the HTTP Status Codes. If you want to know more about HTTP Status Codes, I suggest this page: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_HTTP_status_codes It explains things rather well. A 202 status code is OK. This means that the request was successfully fulfilled. A 301 status code Moved Permanently is a redirect. A 303 status ...


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As of now you can't. You can send them feedback on the lower right hand section of the screen (a feedback button is present). Even I didn't like the YouTube layout that much.


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I'm not aware of any industry standard best practice on this one, and like you I've seen companies go every which way on these. I can only offer my own experience and what I think works. Remember with both Facebook and Twitter you have both a URL/username and the public name to set up. With Twitter we've always set it up as Acme in the home country and ...


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You can have a disaster if not careful. People who are locating you through search engines can be cut off since you've got a different website after replacing the original. That original is sending you all your traffic. I know one NYSE public company who is losing 16% a quarter in sales not counting the 10-20% growth it lost when they did a total site remake ...


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On the server side, you can detect the browser by looking at the HTTP_USER_AGENT header: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/306576 You can then use different versions of javascript files for different browsers like <script type='text/javascript' src='MainLibraryIE6.js'></script> Another trick is using browser conditional commands such as &...


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