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You should look at if your WordPress folders on the hosting server are writeable, especially the wp-config.php file. I can easily set the siteurl and home as constants via this file and then WP on its own will update this in the database, thereby sending users to that link instead. What I would do if I were you would be to look at some of the plugins and ...


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I had the same problem. On the Settings->General page, there are two fields, "WordPress Address (URL)" and "Site Address (URL)", that had http in them instead of https. I update those fields and the problem went away.


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It could be that bing is trying to index your site and as you know when a search engine wants to index a site they look for the privcy police pages too, so maybe you are using a seo addon on Wordpress or an addon that has seo futures in it


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Lots of reasons why an email won't make it. Sysadmins try to tie as many things down as possible. Things to check would be: Check /var/log/mail. You can grep for a specific email address, e.g.: "grep -r 'myemail@email.com /var/log/mail/" Make sure Sendmail is running Run phpinfo(); and search for "mail" parameters to make sure they're ...


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I wouldn't bother with it as of now. It should be able to take care of itself. The key here is the ?m=202005 it is query string and usually this will be dropped in sometime. If after some days you see any negative effect of it then just stop that feature (If you have rights to do that) otherwise in end you have option open to remove that link from there. But ...


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First, click and submit events first on the submit button and form. These can trigger JavaScript which can completely change or replace the next step. Then an HTTP request is made (using the method specified in the form's method attribute) to the URL specified in the form's action attribute. The server receives the request and processes it. This might ...


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Describing the image yourself would be much better from SEO point of view. Article title always won't be matching the image contents. It would be manual work to describe the image and use that image name or alt tags but that is worth it. Don't forget that you can easily target Google Image search as a traffic source if your image appears in that search ...


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As long as all of the '/foopage.php' pages have 301 redirects to their new slugs '/foopage', and the domain name is the same, then: yes.


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Facebook crawls the page when the link is shared in Facebook. Facebook uses a facebookexternalhit user agent when it does so. See Facebook Bot User Agents for a list of full user agent strings it uses. You would need to remove this canonical for this user agent. To make that happen in WordPress you should be able to edit functions.php with code similar to:...


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RewriteCond %{HTTP_COOKIE} sbjs_migrations|sbjs_current_add|sbjs_first_add|sbjs_first|sbjs_current|sbjs_udata RequestHeader unset Cookie Note that RewriteCond (mod_rewrite) and RequestHeader (mod_headers) are unrelated. You need to modify/edit the Cookie HTTP request header to remove just those specific cookies, which you can do using the RequestHeader ...


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Google has often said that proper HTML formatting and semantic tagging is important in how they understand content on a page. They often use this in order to extract and understand the important parts of a page. headings tags like H1s and H2s are still important. Google goes to great length to identify which parts of the page are "primary" content ...


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