Google has an IPv6 measurement page that reports that their numbers report on the percentage of users that access Google over IPv6.
According to the report by Jan 2020 0.3% of users in China used IPv6 to access Google
However, looking at this metric in dynamic we see the substantial drop starting from June 2019.
I failed to find any solid news that may cause such behavior. I have two hypotheses in mind.
- Also as it is a percentage metric, they can adjust their calculation on the total internet penetration rate in China.
- Previously open discussions between netizens took place on Google Plus groups. In April 2019, Google shut down Google Plus. Technical discussions continue on Chinese-language blogs, forums, and groups. For obvious reasons, discussions must be hosted outside China, and posters must register under pseudonyms. So probably that caused the shift from Google services but I hardly believe that it may cause such plummet.
Say I’ve restricted my Google Maps API key to the website abc.com/*. This would mean that no other website domains could use my API key to make requests to maps.googleapis.com.
However, using the API key through the browser url bar to make requests to maps.googleapis.com still works fine. Calls made through Postman also work.
What’s the explanation for this and is there an elegant way to prevent this?
What would it take for Google to recognise live scores of a Sports League and display in search results?
Could not find any relevant documentation. An example from here –
Like, my teacher has various class materials shared for each of his different classes. I have the link to one.
I’m developing a mobile app. I have a question, and here is the scenario.
If a person is logging into the App with google sign in API in a public network. The website will verify the user with his
Email ID and if verified the website will in return returns the user details like his mobile number, address, and somethings. Meanwhile, from that Public network, a person has sniffed the
Email ID of the user and that person uses that
Email ID to retrieve the user details.
In this case, how can I verify the genuine user?
- Is there is some other technique to overcome this thing?
- Should I use TLS to overcome this vulnerability?
as always loving SB, but lately I cannot use the image grabber because everytime I try I get this error (see attachment)
I’ve downloaded the cef_binary_81.3.2 but it doesnt come with an installer and I can’t find instructions anywhere on how to install it
thanks in advance for any help
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I want to set up a destination goal in GA to determine when a user reaches the end of a flow, or basically has completed a process.
The problem, the URL changes depending on the activity of the user so we have a URL like this (below) which can vary.
The S2 represents the last stage in the flow, which is the page I’m trying to capture. However the e1 could be any number depending on the other activities of the user.
Can someone help with writing a Regex to make sure GA captures the every time a user reaches the last page regardless of the execution number? Is there a way to ignore the “E1” value and simply match the rest? I am completely new to this part so I’d be embarrassed to share what I’ve tried 🙂
After moving my old domain as I have noted that my post URL disappeared from the google search as shown below
Is it normal?
The main issue when I tried to search by the keyword Show / Hide fields based on choice field selection using JQuery in SharePoint I found out the first result is a stolen article with my identical image and content
So I am Wondering
- How the stolen article get rank 1 in the search result
- Is it normal my migrated url not appear in google as sown in the image 1
- How to overcome this issue and get my post come back to the first result, should I reminded the old post url or reindex the new one
301 redirect implemented correctly 4 months ago
i am trying to boost my website shoeamaze but when i look it on gtmetrix it says following statement
There are 6 static components without a far-future expiration date.
https://fonts.googleapis.com/css?family=Raleway%3A100%2C200%2C300%2C400%2C500%2C600%2C700%2C800%2C900&ver=5.4.1 https://fonts.googleapis.com/css?family=Droid+Serif%3A400%2C700&ver=5.4.1 https://fonts.googleapis.com/css?family=Muli%3A400%2C500%2C600%2C900%7CRubik%3A500%2C700&subset=latin%2Clatin-ext
I am the effective webmaster of a small corporation. I want to add a
Corporation Structured Data object to our corporate site. I hope to accomplish three things by adding this Structured Data:
- Google’s Rich Cards will correctly display my company’s name, logo, etc.
- Facebook’s Rich Cards (does Facebook call them something else?) will correctly display my company’s name, logo, etc.
- Hopefully I’ll get slightly better SEO
I (generally) understand how to write structured data, but I don’t understand where to put my
Corporation object in particular. I need Google/Facebook to understand that my company’s website is
www.company.com/home. At the same time, I need Google/Facebook to understand that any URI within this domain (e.g.
www.company.com/about) should use my company’s name, logo, etc. Where do I put my
Corporation object to allow all pages in the domain to “belong to” my object, but only the homepage “owns” the object?