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The following requests are returning 404/410 responses. Either fix the broken links, or remove the references to the non-existent resources.
http://localhost/catchMe/js/jquery.min.map



how to solve that problem

this is where the doc

https://developers.google.com/speed/docs/best-practices/rtt#AvoidBadRequests[^]
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Updated 21-Oct-19 1:51am
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CHill60 9-Nov-13 11:50am
   
Follow the advice at the link you have posted. It's clear enough
TheSniper105 10-Nov-13 9:07am
   
there is no jquery.min.map file the map is jquery function
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov 10-Nov-13 13:05pm
   
The real question is: why would you put some broken link in first place. The advice you got is good, follow it.

But if you need to, you can write an application which would detect all your broken links for you, in the style of Web scraping.
The only problem is: if some sites are temporarily down, it will give you false-positive "broken" HREFs.

—SA
TheSniper105 13-Nov-13 8:17am
   
ok any link for more details?

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Solution 1

Please see my comments to the question.

TheSniper105 wrote:
ok any link for more details?
As I say, you need to use the technique similar to Web scraping: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_scraping[^].

Please see my past answer: get specific data from web page[^].

And also this one: How to get the data from another site[^].

—SA
   

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