I just finished a tool that lets web developers see what a web page might look like in searches based on the page meta-title, meta-description, URI, bold search phrases, line wrapping and more...
Excluding internal traffic from analytics can be very important in achieving accurate tracking data. For a long time, easily excluding personal traffic has been difficult for website managers. In this post I explain how to easily exclude your traffic from analytics using two methods; cookies, and my existing functionality to create a subdomain of bjornenki.com that points to my home server's dynamic IP.
This post explains how I recently created a DynDNS type service for myself so that my clients and I may access my home server remotely using a static address as a virtual subdomain of bjornenki.com.
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