I have a dynamic school website (feed from a database), and I have it structured with different sections, for example.
- Academic life
- Our students
At first sight, it is pretty obvious that I could name the “Sports” section with a good nice h1 tag with the word “Sports”.
But as it is feed by articles by ID, something like articles.php?=134 (don’t worry about the rewrite mode for now) the same Heading 1 tag repeats over and over, and I could get penalized.
Now it is more obvious to use the actual title of the article as h1, for example, “Team 1 won over Team 2 on the summer event”
But now I have a new problem. The word “sports” is not used anymore, and this is a waste because we have several articles about sports. I want to use the word Sports, like the “good old paper newspapers” used to identify the sections.
What would be good practice for headings like this, considering SEO and actually identifying the section? A simple meaningless div, just for aesthetic purposes? A lower ranking heading? Stick to an h1 tag?
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Suppose I own
I delegate the subdomain
www.example.com to a particular set of NS that is say a Route53 Hosted Zone. The rest of the
example.com zone is not on R53 and contains important information for other subdomain/records. You can consider this Zone 1, and you can consider the new R53 Hosted Zone as Zone 2.
I want to have
www.example.com CNAMEd to a particular endpoint, say a cloudfront distribution. Since I can’t
CNAME the apex domain, instead hosted zone 2 is created in R53 with the original apex domain:
example.com. Then, inside that hosted zone, there is a record for the subdomain
www.example.com with the
I can’t directly configure
www.example.com with the CNAME in hosted zone 1 for various reasons, including that the CNAME is always changing and the person controlling the CNAME only has control over zone 2.
So the full chain looks like this: User types in
www.example.com, they get NS hosted 1 records. In that zone, the record for
www.example.com points to Hosted zone 2 records. In this zone (which was created with apex
example.com) the record for
www.example.com is a
CNAME to the proper endpoint.
My question: will any DNS resolvers mistakenly cache the NS from the second zone as apex domain records? Obviously, I want those NS accessed only for the
www.example.com records. If
NS records are mistakenly thought of as in hosted zone 2, there can be a lot of issues.
If this is the case, is there any way to make sure to DNS resolvers that the apex domain nameservers are zone 1, and zone 2 records are ONLY for
www.example.com, even though they were created with the
example.com apex domain?
I understand that there are other ways to do this (
CNAME to separate domain, etc) but for logistical purposes (for now) I am only interested in setting the
NS directly for the
Hello folks currently I am searching for best SEO friendly URL for product detail page for our live site Right-on EC
where currently we use the following pattern for product detail page it seems not SEO & user-friendly.
there are Domain / product id need to change with SEO friendly please suggest me best URL pattern I am thinking following are some: Conditions
- site is in japanese.
- product name is in japanese
- periodically product name changes (if any offer or sale set on the product then that product name is prefixed with that sale or offer name once sale gone name is excluded with that sale prefix name)
- high priorities is URL with Japanese name if it is best for the user and good with seo then otherwise ok with English in last conditions.
Domain / product / product name (without sale name of product) Domain / product / product-sale / product name (with sale name of product) Domain / product / brand / product name (without sale name of product) Domain / product / brand / product-sale / product name (with sale name of product)
or other then please suggest me the best SEO friendly
*Note: Used Angular framework.
I’m checking up on my email set-up and came across Sender Score as part of my research and tests.
We are sending email through Outlook’s mail server. Our original
mailfrom domain is
fieldworkhub.com. If I put that into Sender Score, I get “no data available”.
The DKIM records are validated from
Fieldworkhub.onmicrosoft.com. That domain again doesn’t have any data. However, it shows around 300 related sending domains, like
ACTStoma.onmicrosoft.com which do give you a sender score for some IPs if queried. Why does this not work for our domain? Are we not sending enough emails?
From the email headers, I can find that
client-ip=184.108.40.206. Is that the correct IP to put into the query field? Is there another way to discover sending IPs that doesn’t require looking up email headers? For example, checking SPF records? If so, how do I do it?
There are many single-letter .ro domains out there, but none seem to be on sale on any of the websites I’ve checked. Where am I able to register, request or purchase one like this? I am aiming to acquire e.ro. The domain doesn’t appear to be used.
I’ve created three websites on one root domain and two subdomains. In Google Analytics I’ve created three properties and each website has a different Google code snippet.
Do I need to make any configuration changes to the Google Analytics properties for this to work properly? Is there a reporting issue when visitors go between these sites?
Yesterday, I was adding some DNS records to connect Mailchimp, when I tried to add one of the necessarily
CNAME records, it said it already existed, so I couldn’t add another one. Then I deleted one of the
CNAME records, so I could add it but my site got really slow after that. I tried reading it but it didn’t work. Today it can’t even connect. The
CNAME record was (Not entirely sure) like this:
www.healthprovement.com - 14400 - IN - CNAME - healthprovement.com
I think it has something to do with the deletion, I checked my host, Hostgator, and the server wasn’t down so my site should work.
Btw, Mailchimp can’t verify my domain although I’ve added the
CNAME records, maybe someone knows why?
I am trying to improve the seo of my website and I recently used an online seo tester for my first custom-coded website.
I am trying to improve the number of unique keywords and textual content crawled and I’m hoping to use the
Right now I think the best way is to allow access to the
.csv would be using the
robots.txt file but I have not been able to confirm that approach will help. I’m new to the web development world so I apologize if the question is primitive. Any help is appreciated.
Working on a large scale eCommerce site (15,000+ products), with separate URLs for Mobile & Desktop.
On desktop product pages, we have canonicals set up for color variations, so
/product/blue/ are all canonicalized to
At the same time, we have
rel=alternate on every desktop page to indicate the mobile version.
My question is, how should I handle mobile canonicals for color variations (canonicalized on desktop)? Does the following example scenario represent a problem for indexation?
On desktop (https://www.mywebsite.com/product/blue/)
<link rel="canonical" href="https://www.mywebsite.com/product/white/" /><link rel="alternate" media="only screen and (max-width: 640px)" href="https://www.mywebsite.com/mobile/product/blue/" />
On mobile (https://www.mywebsite.com/mobile/product/blue/)
<link rel="canonical" href="https://www.mywebsite.com/product/blue/" />
Is it a problem that the mobile URL is canonicalized to a URL that is not a true canonical? Should it point to https://www.mywebsite.com/product/white/ instead?
Responsive website coming soon, but until then…stuck with these 2 sites
I am considering selling one of my websites – which includes the domain as well as Adsense income. I have other websites in my Adsense account – how can I separate that domain / website from my existig Adsense account?