(This post is from personal view and thinking which is first published by GoGoToTo.com)
We are talking about Cloud Computing, Data Center, Public Cloud and Private Cloud and all related concepts every day. We see Google, Microsoft, Amazon are building more and more big data centers in all over the world, and we see they are creating new or improving lots of software or technologies to create their cloud platform.
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We just gotten the information: Google will Discontinue Shorten URL Service Goo.gl.
When we opened Goo.gl today, we saw the new message:
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Never understood how PayPal’s system designers thought. We just have one question to you: Don’t you have a data table or user profile configuration files to store existing customers or users’ existing settings? How could you force existing customers or users to set their Preferred Payment Method again and again? Every time when your website upgraded, our previous Preferred Payment Method setting will be wiped out.
At least from earlier years of 2013, to 2013, then to now, we had to set the Preferred Payment Method 3 times!
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If we have new hosting server or new hosting plan or a new hosting provider, we can cancel existing shared hosting from previous hosting provider. For our case, we have a new VPS plan from DreamHost, so we do not need existing Shared Hosting. Here is how to cancelled the shared hosting from DreamHost.
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Web bloggers often use WordPress plugin WP Super Cache, which is a popular cache plugin for fast web page loading. However, in some cases we might got the following error about the WP Super Cache plugin:
Error: Your cache directory (xxx/xxx/xxx/wp-content) did not exist and couldn’t be created by the web server. Check xxx/xxx/xxx/wp-content permissions.
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Recently we found our Chrome web browser looks like slower than usual when we tried to open a web page, it was stuck in the first 20 or 30 seconds, or even few minutes when visiting websites but after that the speed could be back to normal. We see there is a message “Downloading proxy script…” (sometimes the message is “Resolving proxy…”) in the bottom left corner of the web browser.
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The shopping season is here and Microsoft is launching their Holiday Gift Guide and early holiday deals featuring free shipping and returns!
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Here the cookie file is the ‘cookie’ which is generated by web browsers. When we visit websites, we use web browser, no matter your pc web browser, or your mobile phone browser, all browsers normally need a cookie file to store some information on your local pc, but, the web browser need your permit to generate cookie file.
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We made mistake on our website when we tried related SEO features recently. Our mistake made this website was disappeared in Google searching result pages. If people input some keywords which just very matched our website, they would not see our website whatever they turned how many pages on Google.
The reason was the below line of code in .htaccess file which we misunderstood from other website:
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If you like to view online, you might realize you always see the same or similar ads on different webpages from different websites. Is it because your computer affected by virus or does your computer get attacked ?
Let’s answer the question directly first since you are wondering: If you are seeing the ads are Google ads which are put by the website owners, you should not be worried about them, those ads are normal. Because those ads content are generated by Google, not by websites and their owners. The ads content are un-harmful.
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