So I know having a dedicated IP is important because if your server gets blacklisted, that could hurt your search results. I was doing some searching around and found some surprising results.
Engadget – 744 associated domains, http://viewdns.info/reverseip/?host=engadget.com&t=1
Facebook – 108 associated domains, http://viewdns.info/reverseip/?host=facebook.com&t=1
Envato – 48 associated domains, http://viewdns.info/reverseip/?host=envato.com&t=1
Shouldn’t some of these larger sites have a dedicated IP? Most of the Alexa Top sites have a dedicated IP but I see lots of exceptions too. Does this have anything to do w/ cloud hosting? Or what?
So I want to optimize the way I manage syncing between dev -> production and reverting as needed. I’ve been using dreamweaver mainly, editing locally and using the option that automatically uploads individual files to production on file save. It’s worked for the most part but there a few things I want to change/improve:
- Using a slicker editor like sublimetext
- Using local virtual box w/ apache, php, etc
- Managing changes/versions between local and production
- Documenting changes to a site if only minor ones have been made periodically
I’m assuming I need to start using something like github, but I’m having trouble understanding a few things:
- How to manage syncing my xamp server to externally accessible stage site and live production site
- How people get away with just using a lightweight editor like sublimetext for editing entire sites
In short, is there a newish end all be all guide to methodologies used for optimizing workflow, versions, and apps/tools required to do so? Thanks in advance for your help.
All in the title, anyone know of any good ones out there? Thanks!
robots.txt, htaccess etc. http://www.robotstxt.org/meta.html
I know about robots.txt and .htacess. I don’t want to put noindex on maisnoodlehouse.com though. What would I need to do just to not index the subdomain?
If I put this in portfolio.com root directory I’ll definitely shoot myself in the foot because that’s my maisnoodlehouse.com directory right? Disallow: /clients/mais-noodle-house
How do I target just the subdomain? Disallow: maisnoodlehouse.portfolio.com?
Hey everyone, just switched my sites to Bluehost and running into some problems. For the sake of clarity I’m going to be using some generic domains while I explain this.
My portfolio is at:
My client folders are at:
My specific client folder is at:
A simple DNS and addon domain allows me to point
The only problem is that Bluehost automatically created a subdomain called maisnoodlehouse.portfolio.com and Google is indexing/displaying it on search results. How do I disable this feature? Anyone have any ideas?
I see a lot of designers with this kind of sketchbook. https://dribbble.com/shots/821689-Map-pins-heart/attachments/84946 Is there a store with a wide selection of these sketchbooks? Thanks in advance for the input!
I saw this image and thought it was really cool.
but perhaps it’s part of another brand/trend that I’m not aware of. Regardless, I’d really like to know how to do this in Photoshop. Anyone know of any good tutorials? Thanks.
Hey everyone, just wondering why /wp-includes directories are being indexed on my site? It’s kind of embarrassing that you can see various directories and their contents:
So what happened? My site runs fine but did I install it incorrectly? And how do I fix this? Thanks!