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I have a page that display correctly in most browsers, but not in IE6 (still most of the visitors use this browser).
Part of the text dissapear when the page is scrolled. The text is still there...
I know that the sites are two different domains.
I was indeed referring to the additional info Google is providing for one site and not for the second.
I'm doing all the "right stuff" to get...
you can use a webserver on any type of computer. My home server runs on an old PIII 600MHz. A webserver is just some sort of file server; The bottleneck is not the server, but the upload connection....
"I have awesome looking website"...
How does your site looks in a text browser?
Maybe there is not enough text to attract spiders.
Each page should contain a minimum of 200 words in normal text...
I think it could be a spambot.
Spambots are scanning the net for pages containing the strings FORM METHOD='POST' ... INPUT TYPE='TEXT' ...
They then try to send their spam messages.
Just as an...
Some sites have more than two link in the result page of Google.
What's the best method to get more than one link and a second one?
I'm looking for a simple forum software.
It's for a non-profit organisation and the people are not computer-savvy. WAMP is much too complicated for the users. Number of post: 10/week.
A different IP is overkill. I don't think any webcrawler put much attention on server IP (maybe only to ban spam sites). Most domains are served by vhost servers.
Even different domains are...
Leave all the old pages in place (that's really important to keep your rating), but do a permanent redirect to the page that's the most appropriate. An HTTP 301 response is the best choice, but...
The post in question was not about english or not, but about etiquette.
For instance by checking that your keyboard has no letters missing
Some people need to translate the page using online...
CLASS is niet meer of minder krachtig dan ID. Beide hebben hun eigen functionaliteiten. ID is van toepassing op slechts één element ("geef mij je identiteitspapieren"), terwijl CLASS ("de schoolklas...
If your server doesn't show the correct headers, then it's broken, since this is a requirement. I don't know how you could switch the content-length header on, because it should never be switched...
You should contact network solutions
The domain has already expired (it's in the 'grace period', it still is registered but can be taken by anybody as soon as the registrar lock is removed). You...
Actually the only useful text is
<meta name=description ...
<meta name=keywords ...
<meta name="robots" content="index, follow">
you can omit it, since robots will search your site by...
The www is a dns thing.
When a client access your site, it first looks for the server IP by performing a dns query. This leads to your site.
Then the client issues a query to your site.
what is your provider selling?
www.u-k.org (one single hostname) this is normally not possible.
*.u-k.org (a normal domain, like microsoft.com, yahoo.com, ...) You can create any subdomain...
info is newer than com, so that's probably the reason why the name is still free.
afaik info domains are mostly used for spam stuff (a large number of spam mails redirects to info domains).
Why? Because sites should be compliant.
In this case, it's not about the content of the page, but about the headers.
Google downloads the files but does not process them directly. Without a valid...
You don't need to provide them yourself.
Your webserver must provide them in the headers.
Before any file is transmitted, the webserver must provide a header with information about the file; it's...
Same problem again!
No content length provided in headers!
I'm not sure what your question is.
Your server is not providing a content-length in the headers.
I know for sure that search engines don't like frames at all....
Browsers shouldn't need a title tag to display a table as intended.
This is basically a computer-generated listing (server log), nothing fancy.
I added a doctype and a title, but at this moment the...
Two problems could arise:
1 - the request can't leave your intranet because the remote port to connect to is set to 20800. This is the most likely reason.
2 - The answer can't get back to your...