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"Server" is a generic term that represents a computer that shares something. There are many different types of servers. Some share databases, others share web sites, still others share files and pictures. IIS is an application, like WordPress, that runs on the server. In that regard, the terms IIS and server are synonymous. Technically, it is a ...


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Java != Javascript Javascript is a scripting language supported by the overwhelming majority if interactive browsers. Note that I said Interactive browsers - most bots will have extremely limited - if any - support for Javascript Java is a (semi-compiled) programming language which is largely cross platform but requires additional software to run.


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TL;DR No one can predict the future (so theoretically the case you present can happen, in practice I wouldn't bet on it), especially because ICANN, in charge of TLDs creation has a lot of rules and procedures, that change over time, with decisions that can later be appealed, reversed, upheld, and redone. So expect the unexpected. Now, in more details (the ...


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The word "server" has become a bit ambiguous but general means a computer which provides information to other computers. A web server used to be a physical machine that provided web pages to other other machines (clients). It also came to mean the software that served web pages- although this is really a misuse - a (software) webserver is ...


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The answer depends on (A) what you mean by "visitor behaviour" and (B) how much you are prepared to do in terms of adding to or drawing from what's available in Google Analytics 'out of the box'. GA will track some visitor behaviour 'out of the box'. E.g. the pages the user visits, when they visited those pages, the source/medium of the session, and so on. ...


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Unfortunately, it looks like no. According to their Valid SVG requirements, the svg can only have "One path element". Since duotone icons use multiple paths to differentiate the two tones (primary and secondary), it seems like we're stuck with 1 color for now. https://fontawesome.com/how-to-use/on-the-web/using-kits/prepping-icons-for-upload#valid-...


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I fear from the phrasing of your question that you might be unaware of the very substantial security implications. Don't do this lightly on an Internet facing server. There are a few ways of doing this. The "Apache level" way is to set up "cgi" functionality in Apache. One way to do this us to add a stanza like below to your Apache config:...


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I am not sure that this question belongs here, as it would not seem related to being a webmaster. For future reference, maybe Superuser.com would be more appropriate. In answer to your question - Websites control exactly what trackers they have, as these trackers are added due to actions of the web designer or web master. Websites can, of-course, only ...


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Is authentication required to access the webpage the video lives on, or only to play the video? The latter is better for SEO. Googlebot and other search engine crawlers cannot pass authentication, so if that is required to access the content that is on the webpage (for example, video title, video description, and other written details) then there is not ...


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Its not bad practice, but it is not a best practice either. It is generally believed that Google uses information implied in the URL for SEO purposes, and, of-course, when communicating the URL with someone this is likely needlessly long. I note that sites like stack overflow use a unique ID but not a UUID. (A UUID is a long string which is expected (but ...


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Implementing server side caching is usually the best way to make your web app perform better. The idea is to store data locally in memory between requests to reduce database lookups. First request for /page Database hit for contents of page (100ms) Store contents in local cache (10ms) Return page to user (100ms) Total request time: 210ms All subsequent ...


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Unless your software (e.g. WordPress) has some sort of caching built in or as an addon you can do it by manipulating headers. This article explains it well https://betterexplained.com/articles/how-to-optimize-your-site-with-http-caching/ In short, you need to add some headers that instruct the visitor's browser how long before content is regarded as "...


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I can't recreate the warning on a test page I made using your code so I can't test the solution. Note that what you are seeing is only a warning. Unlike a fatal error, it won't break your code, though you may have an unpredictable result for the value of $nameError In your code, you have a line if( !$_POST["post_name"] ) { $nameError = "...


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Programs like Lighthouse also tell you why they rated the site the way they did. To solve your particular problem we would need the website and/advice from the report. It can be any number of things we can only guess at - slow hosting, webserver negotiation/configuration errors, lack of bandwidth, bad/blocking javascript, third party javascript being slow, ...


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For meetup.com It is a grey area, and probably against their terms and conditions. I'm not sure it matters that much though as the remedy they list is that they can withdraw your access, which they claim they can do for any reason any way. With respect of Event Bright you are breaking their terms of service - they claim you may not "use the Eventbrite ...


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A web server accepts and fulfills requests from clients for static content (i.e., HTML pages, files, images, and videos) from a website. Web servers handle HTTP requests and responses only. An application server exposes business logic to the clients, which generates dynamic content. It is a software framework that transforms data to provide the specialized ...


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In fact there are many more overlapping/redundant extensions. Consider for example the real estate TLDs: .property .properties .realty .apartments .homes .condos .villas .mortgage .rent .rentals .house plus the variants in foreign languages And then: .pics .pictures .picture .photo .photos .photography And maybe more in the future. Yes, this is confusing. I ...


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If they are both using the same domain, I doubt it is possible to create a second set of keys. I know this is an old question, but did you try it? I suspect you will get some sort of duplicate error. If you did come up with an answer to your own question, please post it here so the information is available for future users.


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Search for '_Layout.cshtml' in Solution Explorer (righthand side). Then you will find _Layout.cshtml. Right click on the file and click 'Scope to This'. Voila! All your missing files will be visible under 'Shared' folder. Dont know why exactly this happens.


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Since multiple hostnames can resolve to the same IP address, this is something that has to be handled at the HTTP level. You should issue a 301 Moved Permanently status and a Location header with the same path but replacing the IP address with the desired hostname. You might be able to configure your HTTP server to do that. You might have to do it with ...


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Go with the SellerID against ProductID A separate table for each seller is not advisable when the number of tables goes out of control. I used to manage a multisite WP for a client and for each new blog a user used to create it was creating new tables. Everything was great in start but as time went by we had 152,000 tables in the database. (We didn't hoped ...


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The answer depends. Is it a good idea? well that depends on the percentage of your users that are mobile. If a 100% of your website users are on mobile devices, then yes, forbidding your desktop site is probably not going to make much of a difference. It terms of SEO rankings. Google primarily crawls with a mobile user-agent/bot, so having a purely mobile ...


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Just did this, and it took 5 days. I didn't submit an XML Sitemap from Google Search Console, which supposedly could help.


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I do not think anyone can give you a time frame as to when your pages will be indexed by Google. There are a few things you can do to facilitate the process, such as going in to Google Search Console and adding the www version of your domain. There you can submit a sitemap as well as request your pages be indexed.


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No, they shouldn't affect the speed. Even if you use every single font on Wix, there will be no speed change. However, if you upload your own fonts, they will slow the site down, so be careful. There's this thing called font-face, which is a CSS thing. This embeds the font in the HTML. Wix embeds all their fonts in the HTML, so this could be what slows it ...


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