I got some notifications from the Google Webmaster Tools recently. Increasing numbers in both server and not found errors. Here is how I solved them.
How to get rid of Not Found Errors?
Either put the missing content back up or tell Google and any other service or visitor that it is gone for good. I’ve written an article on How to take a site offline through .htaccess, that’s what I used here. Continue reading “Increase in Not Found Errors in Google Webmaster Tools?”
To take down a website or part of one, you can just point search engine spiders to the 410 status code.
.htaccess makes it very easy to flag a link as offline or gone. It’s what we’ll use to tell either google or other search engine spiders that the content that once was there is not anymore and that it is our deliberate choice.
Continue reading “Take site offline with .htaccess”
.htaccess is a very valuable file for web developers. I can not get into it’s full functionality here, but it is basically responsible for a lot of directing back and forth, making links look pretty and so on. Continue reading “Redirect Permanent made easy”