If your website requires users to login to access the content, then nothing beyond the log-in form will be accessible to Google and other search engines (unless you mistakenly expose it). They can't complete authentication, but you may want to consider a more restrictive approach.
In terms of the domain result in Google still showing the GoDaddy place-...
Note that having this sort of sub-federal jurisdiction above the level of a municipality happens in many countries, not just in the US (e.g Australia, Canada, China, India, Mexico...)
To answer your question, you (modiX) need to understand why one would ask for the state (or province or territory). There are two primary reasons:
If you need to use old-...
There's some good feedback here, let me just add some other ideas...
If the old content of the homepage is still showing, it might still be on the server. Verify your site in Webmaster Tools and double-check that your hoster isn't doing something like a "frame" of your actual site.
You can use "Fetch as Google" and "Submit to indexing" in Google Webmaster ...
There are fringe cases where zip codes can actually cross state lines. Amazingly stupid, but true:
Following trends blindly might be bad UI design but bucking them without a healthy dose of paranoia is a bad idea too.
Depends on the company.
Some might be ok with you using the logo, some might not be ok, some might even require you do follow certain rules.
For example Microsoft has very specific rules for using their logo: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/legal/intellectualproperty/trademarks/usage/logo.aspx
Facebook uses OpenGraph to determine what the page is about if those details are blank it will harvest other elements of the page. So if you want custom descriptions and images used then ensure that whatever page is being linked has the following code in the <head></head>.
<meta property="og:locale" content="en_GB" />
I think I've got a working solution. (see https://stackoverflow.com/a/13675901/984234)
note: there's a little jQuery ...
How do I redirect / to /#!
I don't think you can! At least not in the way you want to, that will be picked up by the Googlebot.
The problem here is that / and /#! are exactly the same URL as far as the server is concerned. The fragment identifier (#!) is never passed to the server. So, when you redirect, you end up with a redirect loop. For example, the ...
I've experienced a similar "attack". I think it's unintentional and caused by a bug or malfunction in Kaspersky Antivirus. We saw the exact same request you mention, but only one, followed by hundreds of thousands of POST requests to this path:
Searching the internets I think it looks related to Kasperskys Antivirus ...
Are you sure that there is someone sitting and solving the captchas? Because there are a plethora of options for spam bots to solve captchas and captchas are not effective against spam bots any more.
If he/she uses automated scripts and only the captcha solving part is manual, then there is something that you can do: Add a field to every form (for eg, user ...
Since your OPTIONS response doesn't actually rely on the same application logic your application does I wouldn't expect it to be twice as slow. If your OPTIONS response does not include an entity-body (only a header response, similar to HEAD) then the data transfer will be quite small and much quicker. But you will still have the latency between your visitor/...
nano -w /etc/redmine/default/configuration.yml
then paste or type:
CTRL X + S + Y
For all the possibilities see:
The Redmine Wiki: Email Configuration
Web browsers do not send any identifier that is specific to a device. They send the "User-Agent" header which will generally tell you the name of the browser, version of the browser, and often the type of device.
You can set a cookie the first time that you see a visitor with a unique device ID in it. The user will send that cookie back on every ...
Using hosted web app solution, you can easily wrap any existing website and create Widows App.....So I can create many hosted apps, ad some ads and put in apps stores. Do I need some agreement with owner of the site?
As closetnoc pointed out...
If you plan on turning websites into apps, you need to at least have full rights to that websites or at ...
VideoGame would be most appropriate as it is a Game, but you can include VideoGame and WebApplication so you can use the properties of both.
<div itemscope itemtype="http://schema.org/VideoGame">
<link itemprop="additionalType" href="http://schema.org/WebApplication">
<h1 itemprop="name">Game Name</h1>
Yes, you can do this via the API, FORM Variables or both. If you're looking for a solution or examples, then Pro Webmasters would be off-topic because it's about HTML and API programming, Stack Overflow is more suitable if so.
You are looking for the term responsive web design.
"Responsive" is one of three ways of building mobile sites that Google supports for SEO. The three are:
Responsive web design - Uses the same HTML code for all devices but uses CSS rules to reformat the page based on the size of the screen.
Dynamic serving - Detects the device type based on the user ...
The home page for a website is served based on the configuration of the web server that hosts it.
Typically, the default setting would be that on attempting to reach the root of any directory, the server would attempt to serve a file named index, either index.html, index.php, or index.asp (this is generally down to the preference of the person building the ...
The first step would be to setup your web server, using Apache as an example you would load your application to the default web root which would mean that all connections to the web server regardless of domain name would be handled by your application. The next step would be to configure your software to get the domain name from Apache (which depends on the ...
Your Solution is something like this - 1 GA Profile > Create 3 Property > Implement user id only for web property & please cross check your SDK code correctly implemented into the Android & IOS app. (Please Refer Attached Screen-shots)
Actually, this is far more gray than most seem to realize. That is one of the major flaws of existing ip law.
If you propose an app that formats information drawn directly from the web, it's likely that you are only going to run afoul of their trademark rights, not their copyrights.
They are presenting that information to the web. You ...
Use PHP-FPM if you want a faster alternative to mod_php, there's no need to try and roll your own solution.
I read fastCGI is supposed to run the program code once and keep it in memory so that the overhead of starting the program doesn't happen every time
This isn't really something that's specific to FastCGI, PHP from 5.5 onwards comes with a built in ...
If you're using a server-side language, you could also check for IP address. For example, in PHP:
... but be careful with this. Sometimes, you'll just end up with the address of a shared gateway of some sort, rather than the device ...
Fill it with actual content people are interested in and Google will show that. This is the best way. Just using the word 'consultancy' a lot of times will not help, nor will a pile of meaningless keywords.
However, behind the log-in should not be indexed. I would try adding content in front of that, talk about your work, the subject of your app, anything. ...
Python is a script language and requires an interpreter to run. However, not all is lost. You can make an executable from a Python script. It is not clear if this works for CGI. I expect you will have to modify your code since CGIs are meant to run within a web environment. Here are a few links:
Alternatively, you could simply log in to cPanel through
WHM(http://yourdomainname.com:2086/" and then press "EasyApache" and then when you
rebuild it, simply enable IonCube Loader.
Its really as simple as that!
Boy spend hours doing this.