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When a business closes, how to transfer the rankings and domain authority from its website to another?

I would definitely not setup 301 redirects right away. Instead, update Restaurant A's home page, headers, footers, and any relevant landing pages to inform customers of the change. Use language and ...
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Rank for a my name and surname when it's not in the content?

There are a few things you can do: Use schema markups in your site Add your name in your site (can be in about section) You must have social media profiles; mention your website there and you can ...
Shehriar Ahmad's user avatar
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How does a website recognize a smart phone?

In general there are two possibilities: recognizing of the display width recognizing of device Media queries In the first case it works like measuring of current display width (or other parameters, ...
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How can I create a domain name with a custom extension, like .example instead of .com?

Right now, you can not. In 2012 ICANN selected new TLDs after a long procedure. Applicants needed to pay $185,000 just to give their application, without any guarantees. And this is a very small part ...
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When uploading a photo to a website, for custom gifts and the like, do they only access the uploaded photo?

Probably not. Generally, as you alluded, the computer's file explorer locates the files, you select one and then when you click "submit", or whatever the button is to trigger the upload, ...
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Rank for a my name and surname when it's not in the content?

Is your name not allowed anywhere on the site, even if not shown in the primary content? Have you looked at schema? Schema gives search engines information about the type and authorship of your ...
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How to make a 'sign-up for newsletter'?

Created this simple one using HTML and Bootstrap CSS. Hope it helps. <div class="panel panel-success"> <div class="panel-heading"> ...
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Is it illegal to track website visitors' ip addresses? If so, what precautions can you take to make sure you're covered?

Generally, web servers store those details in a log file in anyways. Info like: IP Address, Time of Visit, Referal URL etc. So, in my view, it should be perfectly all right store and analyse these ...
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Can an aquired domain with a different TDL get you to a specfic section of your main site?

Yes. That that is possible. So, example.com will be the main website. And let's say you created a menu page like example.com/menu Now, if you get another domain like example.menu then you can easily ...
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Creating a board with thousands of forums

With modern forum software, is having many thousands of forums like this (using one copy of the forum software package for all forums) impractical for technical reasons? Part of the answer is ...
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Showing users who visited their profile is bad?

The user may feel this as a violation of privacy if the person they are visiting (whatever the purpose may be) know that their profile is being checked out by this user. It is a good way to keep ...
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Is a privacy policy page really necessary on pages designed for potential hackers?

While the EU law states that it covers sites aimed at EU users if you are not specifically targeting EU users then you should have no issues. Even assuming you do need to comply with the EU directive ...
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