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I am trying to clean up my duplicate WordPress content here at ecrosstexas.com.
Today I updated my
.htacess file to redirect www.ecrosstexas.com to ecrosstexas.com as WWW is deprectiated. I have been using just ecrosstexas.com for some time now as my preferred URL. Of course, I could have used this plugin instead of hacking my
.htacess file. A word of caution Cool URIs don’t change.
In order to answer this question, we must first recall the definition of WWW:
World Wide Web:
n. Abbr. WWW
1) The complete set of documents residing on all Internet servers that use the HTTP protocol, accessible to users via a simple point-and-click system.
2) n : a collection of internet sites that offer text and graphics and sound and animation resources through the hypertext transfer protocol.
Last week I updated my template’s
header.php robots meta tag. Now
<meta name="robots" content="index,follow" /> is only in the
<head> of my main blog page, individual entries, and pages. My archives (monthly, categories, etc) all get
<meta name="robots" content="noindex,follow" />. Details can be found in How to Make a WordPress Blog Duplicate Content Safe.
Google has announced their year-end zeitgeist data. Interesting data here.
Google.com – Top Searches in 2006
3. world cup