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Question:how to redirect dynamically from mvc controller method with status code 301 instead of status code 302?

Description:In my code I am redirecting to new url which is current url appended with the url slugs but when I see in my browser it always gives status code 302 which is for temporary moved redirects but I need to move it permanently with status code 301 is it possible from controller method?

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Posted by: Peter Andre | Posted on: Jan 25, 2019


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Question:how to stop google from indexing specific pages of my site?

Description:There are some pages of my website that I don't want google to index/crawl right now. because these pages are not finalise yet.

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Posted by: Khalid Abbas | Posted on: Jan 03, 2019


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Question:cookie value breaking at comma in some browsers

Description:I am storing some dynamic value in cookies which may or may not contains comma and I noticed that in some mobile browsers it is breaks the value and create a new cookie instead

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Posted by: Umer khan | Posted on: Jan 02, 2019


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Question:how to make my ajax based content visible to search engines to index?

Description:I have build a website which mainly update its content through ajax requests and I have noticed that this content is not visible to search engines, need help!!!

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Posted by: Umer khan | Posted on: Dec 19, 2018


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Question:what is maximum numbers of cookies allowed in website and what is maximum size of a web browser's cookie?

Description:I want to know about maximum numbers of cookies allowed in website and also what is maximum size of a web browser's cookie as per my knowledge it is 4kb?

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Posted by: Umer khan | Posted on: Dec 17, 2018


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Question:window.onload() is not firing in IE while same code working fine in chrome

Description:I was trying to register click event onload and it is working fine in chrome but the event not firing at all in IE even in the latest version of IE. I have tried following code <script type="text/javascript"> window.onload = function(){console.log('event fired');} </script>

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Posted by: Junaid Aziz | Posted on: Dec 17, 2018


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Question:how to check for null value while rendering my html using mustache.js ?

Description:For example I need to render conditional Image tag, if( {{ImagePath}} != null ) { <img src="{{ImagePath}}"/> } else{ <img src="Some static path"/> }

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Posted by: Khalid Abbas | Posted on: Dec 13, 2018


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Question:send multiple models or parameters from controller to view?

Description:if I need to send multiple models and some parameters to my view what will be the best approach ? one way I know is to use viewbag variable but someone told me that its not a very good approach because it does not provide the intellisense. So a bit confused which approach can fulfil the requirement

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Posted by: Jhon Anthony | Posted on: Oct 12, 2018


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Question:System.Net.Mail.SmtpException: Transaction failed. The server response was: Rejected - Message containing bare LF's.

Description:I am sending email through my code using c#,and the email functionality working fine on my local environment but when deployed on live environment it started giving me following exception, System.Net.Mail.SmtpException: Transaction failed. The server response was: Rejected - Message containing bare LF's. I am sending html formatted email.

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Posted by: Khalid Abbas | Posted on: Oct 12, 2018


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Question:Getting the error "Server does not support secure connections" while sending emails by using c#

Description:I have used a method for sending email that was working fine what I have used gmail email address but now testing purpose I have changed the email address not gmail this time and now getting the error "Server does not support secure connections" while sending emails.

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Posted by: Khalid Abbas | Posted on: Sep 28, 2018


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