I’m actually big fan of this wordpress plugin despite the bugs. The authors of this plugin I can tell have been working hard in fixing existing bugs and there are a lot of them, not an easy task. As a developer myself I know how wild code can get, so I give these guys mad respect and credit.
Recently I was tasked with removing this plugin for a site. Disabling and removing the plugin was just the first step. The final step was to implement a redirect that would automatically redirect these amp urls to it’s respective non-amp url – leaving this as-is would be bad for SEO. And the client would not be happy to see their google rankings go down. So let’s take care of this.
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A step by step guide on the pull request cycle. Submitting a pull request is part of a larger process in which external members can make modifications to the existing code base.
Fork target repository
Cloning involves making a copy of a git repository onto a local machine. In contrast, a fork is a cloning of one git repository to another repository.
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If you are running into issues connecting to a network you used to be able to connect too or for unknown reasons, fire up the terminal and run the following command.
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I was recently tasked with redirecting a url, pretty straightforward I thought.
I said that was easy. But the issue was the trailing slash – this character had to be optional.
In your .htaccess file…
Redirect 301 /page-1/ /page-2/
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Welcome to my first post, what better way to start with a super complex but fun project. Before I start, I’d like to give credit to the original creator of this game – Pontus. Feel free to visit his Github and Youtube Channel for more of his projects and videos.
My intent is to complete this project and provide an unbiased review.