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How to Remove Addon Domain Subdomains from Search Engines

If you create an addon domain, your host might also create a subdomain for it. And these subdomains can be indexed by Google and other search engines, resulting in duplicate content penalties. In this article, we show you how to make sure that these subdomains are not indexed by Google.

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Cron Jobs & SSH Using PHP 5.3 on HostGator’s Shared Hosting

A quick tutorial explaining how to enable PHP 5.3 for your HostGator shared hosting. In this article, we cover both steps needed to ensure all of your scripts will run using PHP 5.3.

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How to Activate PHP 5.3 on HostGator and GoDaddy

More and more applications are starting to require PHP 5.3, even as most websites have yet to upgrade from PHP 5.2. With this quick tutorial, learn how to enable PHP 5.3 on your HostGator or GoDaddy hosted website by adding one or two lines to your .htaccess file.

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htaccess Help: 301 Redirects for URLs with Spaces

With .htaccess files, setting up 301 redirects is very simple. However, if your url has spaces, you might run into a problem. Read this article to see how to setup a 301 page redirect for a url that contains spaces.

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Is Comment Spam Getting Smarter?

Blog spam has gotten smarter. It looks just like real comments and it is often undetectable by anti-spam plugins. So how can you beat it?

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How To Parse HTML Files As PHP

There are many reasons to parse HTML files as PHP. Some webmasters do it because they are converting an old static website into a dynamic website and don’t want to lose pagerank. Other websites do it because search engines favor web pages with .html endings. Still others do it for security reasons.

Fortunately, parsing HTML files as PHP easily accomplished on Linux Apache via the use of an htaccess file.

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WordPress Permalinks on GoDaddy Hosting

If you’ve been trying without success to create pretty permalinks for your GoDaddy hosted WordPress blog, do not despair. It will work.

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301 Redirects with .htaccess files on Linux Apache

At some point, it may be necessary to reorganize a website or move a website to a new domain name. This means that your pages will no longer be accessible via their previous urls, resulting in a lot of 404 – Not Found errors for all visitors and search engines that request these pages.

In this article, we explain how to move pages or an entire website, yet do so without annoying visitors or hurting your position in search engines.

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