Does website seo score changes the way writing internal links as:
<a href='http://example.com/def' title='abc'>Abc</a>
<a hef='/def' title='abc'>Abc</a>
I know that linking would be same but what to know the impact on SEO the internal link way there are written
I am reaching you once again. I have a question regarding duplicate content. I have multiple domain websites where all the websites associated with a group. Here is the website: https://www.cordlifeindia.com/
All the contents of the website are the same with a different domain such as .co.id, .co.mm, .co.bd and so on. So my question is that will google penalize for that reason? I haven’t implemented href lang tags.
Please go through this website and let me know.
Recently I created an EC2 instance to install WHM/cPanel in Amazon Web Services. After going through all installations and configurations, managed to run it perfectly. Though I haven’t purchased a license for using WHM/cPanel Software, am still running on trial version, so I have created two domain accounts for testing but whenever I try to run the domain in different browsers, I get this error;
Hmmm… can’t reach this page
Check if there is a typo in www.domain-name.com
If spelling is correct, try running Network Diagnostics.
Could this be as a result of running a trial version of WHM/cPanel or all domain accounts I register nor create in whm are not being considered.
We migrated from https://ketabchi.org to https://ketabchi.com.It seems we have done all requirements mentioned here for using search console change of address tool but now it has passed 4 days from our migration and still every time I try to use the change of address tool after pressing ‘VALIDATE & UPDATE’ button, There is validation failed pop up.
The error is:
Couldn’t fetch the page https://ketabchi.org/
Using the inspect url I see no problem with both urls. I also submitted an index request for both versions. All urls are redirected with 301 status code.
What are some suggestions for reducing content layout shift for responsive layouts?
From researching https://web.dev/cls: "Always include size attributes on your images and video elements, or otherwise reserve the required space with something like CSS aspect ratio boxes".
But with responsive layouts, the containers for images and other content change. So, do we need to reserve space for container divs, etc.?
How do you reserve space for these elements for responsive layouts?
If I was able to scrape the odds, events, date and other things from a betting sites public website, where anyone can access the information. Would I be able to sell this data in an API?
The betting sites would be the 10 most popular betting sites in the UK, and I would be getting information on all the matches in the biggest football leagues.
Could I be sued if I start selling this data, or am I allowed to as it’s publicly accessible and the only thing they can really claim to own are the odds, if they can even do that. The data would be sold as an API service where members pay monthly for a certain number of requests to the API.
I have access to a web-page with accordions on it. I wish to print this web-page with all the accordion tabs expanded. Is there a way to do that?
Currently, the web-page can be printed with a maximum of one accordion tab open, which is how accordions work in general. There is no option to "Expand All" for accordions.
I am not a web-developer and do not wish to modify the web-page source code. I would prefer to have a plugin or extension that will allow me to print the page with all accordions expanded.
I’ve been using Youtube embeds in enhanced privacy mode by
chang[ing] the domain for the embed URL in your HTML from https://www.youtube.com to https://www.youtube-nocookie.com
I remember checking via DevTools (Application/Storage tab) that no cookie was actually set.
A customer just notified me that they did find cookies set by the domain
.youtube-nocookie.com — weirdly, something about "consent pending", which does not change when I click play, as other sources state.
They have also alerted me to some shenanigans in Local Storage, namely an item with the key
yt-remote-device-id, which has a UUID and an expiration date 10 years in the future.
I have always suspected that Enhanced Privacy Mode is somewhat of a exaggeration, but this seems to defeat the purpose almost entirely. And it makes youtube-nocookie practically useless w.r.t. a less painful GDPR-compliant user experience.
Is this a recent change? Is there any documentation or changelog on that?
There is an HTTP website (not HTTPS) that works perfectly fine when the URL is directly typed into the address bar or when links are clicked from other websites/applications like Reddit, Facebook, and Discord.
The exceptions are the major search engines: Google, Yahoo, and Bing. When clicked from one of these sites, it is redirected to a scammy pharmacy site with one of many different domain names. This occurs in Chrome, Firefox, and Edge; it also occurs on Android smartphones. (Bing only does this in Chrome; it works fine in Firefox and Edge.) This issue occurs for multiple people on many different devices.
Interestingly, other search engines (Dogpile, Baidu, Ask, DuckDuckGo, Yandex, etc.) seem to work fine.
What could be the cause of this behavior? Do the search engines or the website need to be fixed, and how? Would converting to HTTPS help, and why?
The website in question is
bluefurok.com. I am not the webmaster, but as a programmer and web developer I am curious about this issue.
I’d appreciate it if someone could provide confirmation or correction on what I found on the support/deprecation status of browser plug-ins that are enabled by NPAPI or PPAPI. Please provide feedback on each of the following:
- As of 1st half of 2021, NPAPI plug-ins are deprecated in most major browsers including Chrome, Safari, FireFox, and Opera, but several other browsers still support them. (link)
- PPAPI plug-ins are supported by Chromium-based browsers, but the official support for PPAPI will be stopped on June 2022. (link)
- QuickTime 7.x used to be provided as a browser plug-in, but the plug-in support was deprecated from Safari 12 in 2018. From QuickTime 10.x, the plug-in is not supported. Therefore, QuickTime plug-in is deprecated. (link1, link2)
- Adobe Flash plug-in is deprecated in most major browsers, but it’s still supported as NPAPI or PPAPI plug-in by several browsers forking Chromium or FireFox. (link)
Prospect for plug-ins
- Even after official support for NPAPI or PPAI reaches end-of-life, the plug-ins might be supported by browsers forking Chromium or FireFox, or other types of browsers for backward-compatibility.