To work around this ASP.NET deficiency, use ISAPI rewrite to create rewrite rules for the deleted pages to direct traffic to a custom 404 page called 404.aspx. This won’t work if somebody types in a bad URL, but as a practical matter we’re most interested in trapping errors caused by inbound links to deleted pages. By using wildcards, it’s easy enough to rewrite all your deleted URLs to the custom 404 page. When trapping errors, we silently rewrite the URL to avoid returning a redirect. Here’s sample rewrite code for the httpd.ini configuration file: … [Read more...] about URL Rewriting & Custom Error Pages In ASP.NET 2.0
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Google has confirmed they are working on fixing a bug within Google My Business for uploading videos to your business listing. When you try to upload videos, Google is returning a "server reject error." Allyson Wright, Community Manager, Google My Business said "I can confirm that this issue has been escalated and is being looked into." … [Read more...] about Google My Business Video Upload Not Working: Server Reject Error
Question: What’s happening to cookies – anonymized or deleted? If anonymized, is a unique cookie replaced with an anonymous but still unique replacement for each instance? In other words, say my cookie was “ABC” on my computer and thus “ABC” in Google’s logs each time I made a request. Is Google going to change it to like “GHB” and each instance of “ABC” becomes “GHB?” Or will each instance of “ABC” get replaced with a different code (GHB, GYT, UIE, etc). … [Read more...] about Anonymizing Google’s Server Log Data — How’s It Going?
After recently reviewing two websites with awful on-page SEO work, I was driven to write a detailed guide for new or experienced SEOs who want to effectively optimize their site on-page – the right way. To make this article as short and concise as possible, I have provided links to other great articles in order to expand on ideas that I believe require more in-depth reading, such as Schema markup and keyword research. … [Read more...] about SEO 101: On-Page Optimization Search Engine Journal
A 404 is an error message that is shown when the client browser sends a request to the web server for a file that is not present on the server. 404 error message means the client can successfully communicate with the server but could not find the requested file on the server. This message can distract the users from successfully browsing the site and most of the users end up closing the website. Hence, it becomes important to create a 404 custom error page in order to help the users to navigate across other suitable options present on the site. 404 Error Page (Image credit:- lava360) A 404 error may display any of the following options:- Sorry, the page you were looking for in this blog does not exist. Sorry. The page you’re looking for seems to have gone missing. Whoops... This page can't be found etc. A nice solution to this problem is setting up a custom 404 error page with the help of .htaccess file. Firstly, you need to create a custom 404 page which you want to … [Read more...] about How to Set Up a Custom 404 Page with .htacess