Google shows extra links and pages which i did not created

I have an issue with my word press website named cardo.lk.

when some type cardo.lk in google why Google shows unwanted extra links or pages related to my website which actually doesn’t belong to my website nor do i created? how i can remove those links?? Need serious assistance in this regard. For reference please see the attached pictures These are few links but there are many other which show in google.

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How does Angular ViewEncapsulation affect web pages and style maintenance?

So we have a team of developers who embraces Angular and with that comes ViewEncapsulation.

This means that when they create a Angular component, they add the styling with the component and don’t use the global css. Depending on the ViewEncapsulation mode, the CSS ends up as inline styling either in the header or in the HTML.

We do have a Design System and we want to create a library of re-usable Angular components.

During my years developing web pages, the mantra was: Inline styling is bad! I don’t know if this still applies today as the browsers get more advanced.

My arguments for not encapsulating styling in Angular components are:

  • Inline styling makes html documents bigger, thus slower to load
  • If the Angular component reads a css file on page load, it creates additional HTTP requests which again slows down page load
  • Maintaining a style guide will be difficult when you do not have control over the components used
  • Different styling may be added to similar components because it’s done by different developers. This may alter component behaviour.

Dose anyone have experience with putting styling in Angular components and at the same time manage a design system?

Avada: Hide half of header v5 on different pages?

I am currently working on a website using Avada Header version 5, which consists of the fusion-contact-info header (Text + Nagivation) and a separate menu with 435px padding to allow for an image to be shown in between the menus on the home page.

The problem is this also spaces the menu out on every single page as it is a global setting.

Ideally, I would like the top menu to disappear on any page not “Home” and only have the Main Navigation “sticky header” to display as the header.

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Thank you so much

How to create new Document Template for pages library

We have a pages library that has two content types: CustomLink and CustomPage. CustomLink is based on the Link to Document and CustomPage is based on the Page. Both add some metadata, but nothing particularly complex.

We don’t like the current user experience for creating new items in our pages library and are looking to change how that happens. I see that creating a new link goes to _layouts/15/NewLink.aspx. A new page goes either to _layouts/15/CreatePublishingPageDialog.aspx or _layouts/15/CreatePage.aspx depending if the user selects Add a page from the gear menu or New > CustomPage from the library’s listview control bar or Ribbon.

In Library Settings > CustomPage > Advanced Settings I can change the document template. I was able to change the CreatePage one to the CreatePublishingPageDialog and at least now there is only one user experience for creating a new page. One that we don’t like is better than two that we don’t like, but we would prefer to set up our own document template!

I’ve searched for instructions on how to do this, but everything I find is about document libraries and setting up a .dotx or other office template. Like this MS documentation.

I can’t seem to find anything about how to make a document template for a pages library. I’m only a Site Collection owner with now access to _layouts so I can’t even reverse engineer the existing ones.

Anybody know how to create custom document templates for a pages library?

AMP pages in Google search results on desktop

I have a WordPress-based website with the “AMP for WP” plugin installed. It seems to be configured properly so that AMP pages point to respective non-AMP pages with “rel canonical”, but I noticed some AMP pages showed up in Google search results even on a desktop browser.

What could cause that and how to make sure AMP pages are shown in SERP only for mobile?

Is it possible to create a single list, and have filtered views of it on different pages?

I have an out-of-the-box SharePoint 2010 site and want to implement a Knowledge Base in the form of a simple list. This should be straight-forward.

However, if I have a column in the list, say ‘Appliance’, can I then have an Appliance-specific version of the list on another page, i.e.

  • the list only displays list entries where the Appliance is a hard-coded type, e.g. ‘Washing Machine’

  • the Appliance column is not shown

  • when adding a new entry, the Appliance field is set to ‘Washing Machine’ and is not shown

That last point is not essential, but if the Appliance field is shown then it should default to ‘Washing Machine’

So one ‘master’ list, but several views on different Appliance-specific pages

How to propagate values into wiki pages

We are using SP2016 on-premise. Our users would like to use wiki page library to build some report pages. It is good because wiki pages are easily modify, they can insert a table or add some cells whatever they want.

One of the requirement is we have stored some information in another list in the same site. How can we propagate the values from the list on the wiki page? We can insert the list as a webpart. However the format is not flexible.

For example, the list contain the start date and end date of a task. After propagate to the wiki page, user can modify the value and save the wiki page, without modify the actual list.

How can we do it? We can apply powershell, workflow or page layout solution. (we have tried create a custom page layout, the problem is end users are not free to modify the format)

How to propagate values into wiki pages

We are using SP2016 on-premise. Our users would like to use wiki page library to build some report pages. It is good because wiki pages are easily modify, they can insert a table or add some cells whatever they want.

One of the requirement is we have stored some information in another list in the same site. How can we propagate the values from the list on the wiki page? We can insert the list as a webpart. However the format is not flexible.

For example, the list contain the start date and end date of a task. After propagate to the wiki page, user can modify the value and save the wiki page, without modify the actual list.

How can we do it? We can apply powershell, workflow or page layout solution. (we have tried create a custom page layout, the problem is end users are not free to modify the format)

SharePoint Team Pages Shared List

I have multiple team sites, some with their own sub sites. Is there a way to have shared sharepoint lists between them? Say if I wanted the Manufacturing team subsites to have shared list between upstream and downstream called subject matter experts where they both could add in items to the list and it would show up on both of their subsites respectively? Or another way, Have a Continous Improvement list residing on the CI Team site that exists entirely outside of the Manufacturing site structure but they still can add items to it on their end without having to navigate to the CI Team site?

Thank you.