Hello all, I have a quick, if not silly, question. Do the web pages show up as mobile web pages or as desktop web pages with 4.0? I haven't had a chance to get my hands on one in a store yet.
Thanks in advance.
on 11/21/2012 – Made popular on 11/21/2012
I have a website in asp.net, and about 27,000 pages of its are indexed in Google. I want to redirect all the pages of this site to the new site that i have made in the same platform. The problem is, if i started redirecting the pages manually, i.e. for each page it will take months and not possible for me.
I have been having a very unusual problem for the past few days.In Opera, when I load up pages that I haven't visited before, it apparently loads some of it but often not enough to ever display it. Sometimes it will after a forced reload, but sometimes it just hangs at the same spot everytime.I can load those very same pages without any problem or lag in Chromium.
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I have a web application running on a low end box (1gb RAM), serving a mixture of static and dynamic (php) pages.
These PHP pages are querying a MYSQL database which does not change often at all - once a week?.
I am looking to do a fair amount of caching to keep everything nice and speedy.
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Here is some pseudo code.
Does the user have a certain HTTP_USER_AGENT?
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How do I change things so that I get back to w here I was.