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linux – nginx: split requests to very large directories to subdirs

I have webdav server serving requests for items
like

  • /path/to/directory/not_a_problem1.json
    and
  • /path/to/directory/eeca9352c1ec475aadbd9d8c6e6aea94.ext. (long name of exactly specific number of chars, this directory contains A LOT of files, 100k+).

Is it possible to modify requests so they will be to something like /path/to/directory/eeca/9352/c1ec4/eeca9352c1ec475aadbd9d8c6e6aea94.ext and also re-order existing files (if it’s necessary)? (files not matching pattern should be left in place).

Reason – webdav server takes at least 20 seconds to answer every request to this directory (but <1 second on others).

Everything on ext4 formatted SSDs.

I can’t modify logic on WebDAV server.

I can modify nginx.

I can move files on storage attached to WebDAV server.

Nginx runs on Ubuntu 18. Webdav server is in docker container.

html – specifying directories when using wordpress

Feel a little silly asking this because I feel as if I should know better. I am in a JS file with a combo of AJAX and jQuery. It is located in my assets/js folder. In one of my functions there, I am specifying a .php file located in a PHP folder in assets/php. Seems no matter what I do, I can not get this to find the file.

The full directory that the php file is in domain_name/public_html/wp-content/mythemename/assets/php/select-change.php

A portion of the code that needs to locate my php file:

jQuery.post("../../select-change.php");

When using the above I get a 404 error and it tells me it can not find the file using – domain_name.com/page_name/php/select-change.php . It seems insistent upon putting the page name in there. Solution?

google search console – What will happen if I have two htaccess/robots.txt files in two directories?

I think there is (or I did something wrong) on my site: I installed a pre-made WordPress theme and normally they are installed as ‘quick-install-package’ with duplicator.

When I installed the package, I had no .htaccess and no robots.txt on the root directory. They were all in the => backups-dup-lite folder.

But while reading online and here, I found that they should be placed in the root path which is public-html.

The problem: when I Google site: example.com or any sub-page, I get only the homepage URL. I mean one link only. Website age is about one month and I have manually indexed it in Google and it says “URL already on Google”.

That made me think I have done something wrong (because I have indexed more than one link and by searching mysite: example.com I should see more links, not one link. So I duplicated the files. Now, I have a .htaccess and robots.txt on the root, and also the same files on the duplicator folder. Hoping to solve the problem and see more links by searching my own site. Please keep in mind that I understand that it takes time to rank, I am just confused by seeing only one link despite indexing around 13 links manually.

I’m still not sure that I’m doing it right.

I’ll appreciate if you share your experience with me and correct me on this so I make sure that I won’t get in trouble later.

google search console – What will heppen if i have two files in two directories?

I think there is (or i did something wrong) on my site: I installed a pre-made wordpress theme and normally they are installed as ‘quick-install-package’ with duplicator.

When I installed the package, I had no ‘.htaccess’ and no ‘robots.txt’ on the root directory. They were all in the => ‘backups-dup-lite’ folder.

But while reading online and here, I found that they should be placed in the root path which is public-html.

The problem: when I google “site: mysite.com” or any sub-page, i get only the homepage url. I mean one link only. Website age is about one month and I have manually indexed it in google and it says ‘url already on google’.

That made think I have did something wrong (because i have indexed more than one link and by searching “mysite: example.com” I should see more links, not one link. So I duplicated the files. Now, I have a .htaccess and robots.txt on the root, and also the same files on the duplicator folder. Hoping to solve the problem and see more links by searching my own site. Please keep in mind that I understand that it takes time to rank, I am just confused by seeing only one link despite indexing around 13 links manually.

I’m still not sure that I’m doing it right.

I’ll appreciate if you share your experience with me and correct me on this so I make sure that I won’t get in trouble later.

files and directories – Making a notebook unsavable, so that I don’t accidentally mess up the code

I have an algorithm in a notebook that I don’t want to change. I used it regularly. I’m afraid I might accidentally modify a parameter. I’d like the notebook to be executable, perhaps editable, but permanently unsaveable. I’ve tried to accomplish this byHowev
Preferences>Advanced>OptionsInspector>NotebookOptions>FileOptions>Savable->False.
However, it appears that this setting is lost when I quit Mathematica. Is there a way to make it permanent>

uploads – Flat media folder vs multiple directories

I recently took over a website that uses a flat media folder in the site root. Is there a benefit to that over using the standard WordPress media folder structure of uploads/year/month/file?

Not particularly, mostly preference. Some people might do it thinking it enhances SEO, but I’ve seen no evidence to support that claim.

My guess was that it takes a long time to index a single directory with a ton of files than it does to index the standard structure.

This sounds plausible, but you shouldn’t need to access this folder via FTP. Remember, the media library is not a file/folder viewer. Uploading things to the uploads folder doesn’t make them appear in the media library, and deleting things in that folder does not remove them, it just creates broken images.

This is because when you upload a file it’s represented in the database as a post of type attachment, and it’s those attachments that are listed in the media library. They have post meta, post parents, their own template and URLs, and can even have comments if you add the comment functions to their templates

At various times, we have been unable to upload images and, when we can upload images, it goes slowly.

This could be due to the flat folder layout, but that’s less likely. You would need to profile an upload using the simple uploader rather than the drag and drop. You would do this via a tool such as XDebug, or the query monitor plugin. Right now you do not have enough information to draw a conclusion and it could be many things.

terminal – How to get rid of phantom directories /Volumes on a Mac?

I have a couple of different but related problems. 1st, I have an AppleScript that can mount only 10 of my 13 volumes. The 3 I cannot mount are named Data 1, Data 2, and Data 3. I renamed those 3 volumes and now my Applescript can mount all of them. Using AppleScript I executed set mountList to do shell script "ls /Volumes. When I displayed mountList, it correctly listed my 13 volumes (with the 3 new names). In AppleScript, I set thisDisk to “Data 1”. When I executed if thisDisk is in mountList then display dialog thisDisk, a Mac window displayed Data 1 even though there is no longer a volume named Data 1. Somehow, Data 1 both is, and is not, in the list of volumes. I think this conflict is why I had to change its name. How do I get rid of the phantom volumes Data 1, Data 2, and Data 3? I have volumes named Photo Data 1 (and 2 and 3) and I have no problem with them, so this problem is not related to the spaces in the names. Also, the Applescript used to work perfectly but I just erased some hard disks and created partitions using some of the erased names.

Second Problem. In Terminal when I execute ls /Volumes, it correctly lists the 13 volumes (with the 3 new names) but it includes a volume I no longer have named TTSS. How do I get rid of the phantom TTSS? I executed ls -l / grep Volumes and it tells me drwxrwxrwx+ 3 root wheel 96 Nov 17 2018 TTSS

I should mention that I barely understand terminal commands and AppleScript, so I will probably need step-by-step help.

Find hidden files in non-hidden directories

Consider following directory structure:

$ find m
m
m/f.sh
m/.a

I want to find hidden files in non-hidden directories with:

find . -not -path "*/.*" -and -name "*.*"
.
./m/f.sh

but only f.sh is found. How can I match also hidden .a?

Command Line Rename of directories with wildcard at the end

I have some folders, such as

John Doe - 03 November 2020 1234
John Doe - 03 November 2020 1259
Jane Doe - 03 November 2020 1234

I want to rename these folders with a prefix (ex: “1_” or a “2_”, depending on other information). I’m trying to use code such as this to take advantage of either the * or ? wildcards, but it doesn’t seem to work the way I intend.

ren "John Doe*" "1_John Doe*"
ren "John Doe????????????????????????" "1_John Doe????????????????????????"

But when I try to incorporate the wild card to incorporate the last three digits everything fails

The syntax of the command is incorrect.

This works fine when I rename folders without a variable ending to them, but then I have multiple folders with the same names, so that’s not a possible solution.

John Doe - 03 November 2020

ren "John Doe - 03 November 2020" "1_John Doe - 03 November 2020"

1_John Doe - 03 November 2020

Suggestions welcome.