I have been developing a web application which is now a just a basic website coded in html/css/js. I will be shifting it to Rails platform (so I won't really need to implement this answer I am looking for in the long term). Like in Rails (or any other back-end coding platform), we can just define the layout (or template as some may prefer calling it) in one view file and write the other views separately. I was wondering if the same is possible without a working back-end.
Works fine for me in Firefox, Chrome, Edge, and IE11: Demo[^]
The only slight issue is that the changing text size makes it very difficult to hover the next row accurately; as soon as the mouse leaves one row, its text size decreases, and the other rows shift up. It's easier to move in and out of the cells from the side.
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If you don't, already, when refreshing a page under development, use Ctl=F5 (at least in firefox) to force reload without the cache. There are also methods to add a header that forces uncached reloads for all - which at times can be handy.
But the missing "." in both cases was a poor C&P effort by me.
and interestingly noting should have worked - if the code was so flawed - I am increasingly amazed how browser development is progress in holding on to code when it ought to relinquish it - But that the future.
As you will see the problem is solved but the mystery remains!
when i use online sitemap generator [DELETED] my website pages aren't crawled and just main page is crawled?
do you know where is the problem?
my website address is : [DELETED]
my website is an advertisement website and when a user enter to it for the first time he should select his city and according to his city, appropriate advertisement will be shown to him
is the current problem related to this issue?
Links removed: too much like site driving (hence why it was sent to moderation).
Linking to an advertising site? It's only that you have been here four years that saved your account...
Please don't do that again.
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Instead of generating random sitemaps, try making one xml file on your own for the website and then upload it on your webmaster account. How many pages do you have on your website? https://www.buyassignmentservice.com
Generating random sitemaps have its own benefits. For Example, a new sitemaps will help Google to understand that this is a news website and it has to be crawled on regular basis may be in an hour to get the latest news updates.
Similarly, an image sitemap would have all the images present in it which increases the crawl rate of images.
So it's no harm if you are having multiple sitemaps. The most important thing is that you are sending notification to Google about your website pages, images and other things.