I am not sure which stack exchange site to post a question like this, but:
I am particularly wondering if job search engines like Glassdoor, when they repost a job, delete the old job post or if there are duplicates on the website.
If you think this question should be posted somewhere else or should be taken down, let me know and I will do so!
my computer isn’t really great and I was wondering if there are game engines that do support development on my laptop’s specs, while there not trash, most game engines require Gpu which I unfortunately don’t have.
I’ve seen libGDX and Monogame which are java and C# game engines respectively that does meet with my specs.
My development experience isn’t low as I have made a couple of simple games and an AI in python. And have low experience java and C# (sorting algos)
If any of you know any Game engines with the specs below I’ll be grateful, thanks!
My specs are : 1.8 GHz processor 8 GB ram 256 GB SSD No GPU
PS : it’ll be great if it’s runs C# or java as I have experience in them but any other languages will work, thanks
Thanks in advance!
Why are search engines so important?
Just ran into the strangest of bugs:
I set up an entirely new project by hand for only [SERE] Social Profiles. Unlike what I would normally do, I use no proxies and only one email – because these are profiles to be set up with the real client name, photo etc.
Lo and behold. some engines use other emails – emails that aren’t mine: firstname.lastname@example.org for mixcloud or email@example.com for disqus. firstname.lastname@example.org for houzz and maybe more, because then I stopped it.
I often use gmx or gmail. so I double checked those addresses, they are definitely not mine and are not used in any other project.
No wonder the registration rate is so low. In a normal project, with lots of other variables going on, I would have never seen this.
Guys, if you use SEREngines, please check with one of your projects. Needless to say, I will report this to James as well, because I’m pretty sure this is an error in the engine.
PS Some other engines register ok e.g. yelp, calameo or vimeo
I see this: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Filter_bubble
So if I search for keywords related to my website to check the actual rank will the results be biased?
Shouldn’t they at least know that they’d have to reverse thrusters to give the equal and opposite force to stop forward momentum? Shouldn’t someone writing for one of the premier scifi franchises know this basic fact? Verisimilitude is the hallmark of good fiction writing.
So I decided to take out GSA and SER Engines out from the dead and wanted to try doing some automation (web 2.0) to a url.
I followed everything as per the tutorial posted in SER Engines.
– SER Engines couldn’t create email account (The text file is blank)
– SER Engines Couldn’t create web 2.0
I am using 4 proxies and doing it very slow and using 2captcha.
Apart from that I manually generated 3 catch all email from a custom domain of mine and tested everything!
The errors I am getting while trying to create web 2.0 urls using SER ENGINES
Also I made sure GSA and SER ENGINES API is up to date!
I realize this question is very similar to many questions already asked, but please bear with me as I haven’t been able to find any answers that apply to my situation specifically.
Basically I’m building a site that is split in two because once a user arrives on the site, they’re asked to choose their location and then they will be taken to the content for that location. The content is nearly identical for both locations, as there are only minor details changed (like price and address, etc.)
The difference here is that the two locations are two different cities within the same province of the same country. So a lot of the answers I’ve found don’t quite apply as they’re targeted more for different countries or languages.
First I’ll explain how I’ve built the site. It’s built on WordPress and just uses one domain, no subdomains or anything. There’s a landing page that has a link to each location. Upon choosing a location, you’re taken to the homepage for that location, which is the “Parent page” for that half of the site. All of the other pages for that location are children. A nav bar is served up based on the location you’ve chosen so that only links to that location are available. The URLs look like this:
My question is, do I need to be worried about duplicate content with Google, and how do I make sure that the correct location’s pages are being served to the correct people?
I’ve found a few solutions to similar questions, such as:
rel="alternate" hreflang="x" but this seems to be more for targeting different languages or at least different countries, which is not my case. As far as I understand this tag, I’d be putting in the same info for both locations anyway.
canonical also doesn’t quite fit as I understand that it dictates which content is the “main content”, however for me neither is the “main” content, it just depends on where the user is located. I want whichever location they’re searching for to be prioritized.
Maybe I’m just misunderstanding how some of this works, and maybe I have nothing to worry about at all. But I’ve been reading and researching for a while and I can’t find anything that speaks to my specific situation and I don’t want to get penalized for duplicate content.
Thanks in advance for the help!
I am curious about writing these engine scripts.
If you don’t know, SER has a scripting language GSA developed just for the task.
I’ve had other learning tasks ahead of this, but it seems about time I start exploring the engines.
I guess for my first try, it would be best to create an engine that already exists, and then see how close I came to doing it as it should be, since there is a guide/answer already there to check with!
But, just thinking ahead…once I am familiar with how this works, where do i source new platforms from that require a new engine? What are some methods that work to accomplish this? Thanks…
PS– there’s already this page with links: