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Its a common problem... First check your index.html, if you have a build folder, your index.html should be the same as the index.html outside your build folder. (the name) Second if you dont have build folder, the name of the entry point should be index.html, firebase its looking for it, if that is the case just rename it and deploy once again. Third, delete ...


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Firebase and Firestore should have little effect on SEO. As long as your site loads quickly, the technologies that you use server side and where your site is hosted shouldn't impact SEO. Flutter is a different story. I would be very wary of using Flutter for a website where you would like to have the content indexed by search engines. Flutter is client side ...


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It isn't the server that is remembering you, it is the client. When you log in with Basic Authentication or Digest Authentication, the browser remembers your login credentials and sends them with each and every request to the server. Browsers typically remember this information until the browser is restarted and give the web server no control. It is not ...


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You may want to read on Basic Authentication. From that article: Server side When the server wants the user agent to authenticate itself towards the server after receiving an unauthenticated request, it must send a response with a HTTP 401 Unauthorized status line[5] and a WWW-Authenticate header field.[6] The WWW-Authenticate header field for basic ...


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First, lock down your website to prevent further copying. Then you'll want to contact Google, and then the registrar + host of the domain that the clone is at. It will be between the host and registrar to get the site taken down. Before contacting either the host or registrar you need to submit a ticket to Google Support. Google Support They'll first ...


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Your customers could alias their domains to your subdomains without your intervention. (From a DNS standpoint, there's nothing you need to do.) If you're serving over HTTPS, your customers will have issues connecting. Your certificate(s), won't cover their domains and hostname verification will fail. Ultimately, your server certificate(s) will need to cover ...


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If you wish to just point your domain to Godaddy gen4 dedicated server, you will have to change A record IP in the DNS zone of your domain. If you wish to change your domain nameservers IP, first you will have to create DNS zone on Godaddy gen4 dedicated server, after that you need to change nameserver IP at Domain registrar. Please note that DNS records ...


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I don't believe this is doable with any mainstream technology and I expect if you break it down it is pretty impractical, as (a) you land up distributing your back-end - so it is subject to people dissecting it, modify8ng the results and otherwise stuffing it up. Likely the best you could do would be a web page with fancy built-in JavaScript to make it ...


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