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How to Protect WebSites Against Attackers or Hackers by using “X-Security Headers”.

How to Protect WebSites Against Attackers or Hackers by using “X-Security Headers”.

By | 9 months ago

X-Security Headers are the header part of a Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) request and response messages. It passes additional information with the request and response between the client (browser) and the web server.

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What is htaccess File and HTTP Headers?

What is htaccess File and HTTP Headers?

By | 9 months ago

The htaccess file is used to override the server config settings of the Apache Server Software. HTTP Headers are the Header part of an HTTP Status Responses

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What is HTTPS or HTTP Secure?

What is HTTPS or HTTP Secure?

By | 9 months ago

HTTPS is a secure communication protocol beyond a computer network. It is a widely used internet protocol for the World Wide Web (WWW). Transport Layer Security (TLS) or Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) are the cryptographic protocols that provide secure communications.

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What is On-Site (On-Page) and Off-Site (Off-Page) SEO?

What is On-Site (On-Page) and Off-Site (Off-Page) SEO?

By | 10 months ago

The Process of optimizing content and HTML source code of the web pages is called as on-site SEO and The Process of optimizing that can impact the position of a website in the search engine results page(SERPs) is called as off-site SEO.

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What is an SEO Friendly URLs and Best Permalink Structure for WordPress?

What is an SEO Friendly URLs and Best Permalink Structure for WordPress?

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It means that the URLs should be human as well as search engine readable format or structure. SEO Friendly URLs are an important and also a key SEO factor.

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What is Canonicalization? and Cross-Domain Content Duplication.

What is Canonicalization? and Cross-Domain Content Duplication.

By | 10 months ago

Canonicalization is the process of avoiding duplicate content on websites pages. A canonical tag is a way of telling search engines that a specific URLs represents the original copy of a page.

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