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  • Quote from Throwholics: “Never seen that! It is more likely you misinterpret/misread (once again)... ” NO. But we'll leave it at that.

  • Quote from Paul: “Why would you say that? ” Pros: 1. Polite in public 2. Polite in private Cons: 1. Rewrites history 2. Gives misinformation Combined... It annoys the shit out of me.

  • The more I read, the more I distrust @Alexander Ebert We'll leave it at that. :1f621:

  • Quote from Throwholics: “Yes this would be better. And to be honest, you only need this once and not in every dir for every application as you said before ” Has something changed? The last I knew you needed the rewrite rules for each individual app installed. And as previously discussed on WoltLab's support forum, the included the cache values as it was proven via Website speed test that without them, things didn't always cache right. I'm still using an older version of WoltLab, but if something…

  • Quote from Throwholics: “This coems directly from @SoftCreatR I use this and do not have any trouble ” This would work nicely. :1f60e: So when completed the NEW htaccess would look like. That's Paul's original SEO rules, plus SoftCreatR cache, and my PHP error log. PHP Source Code (62 lines)

  • Quote from Throwholics: “Definitely not "unread posts"... ” Well, yes, that goes without saying (it's obvious). But the question lies on how WBB delivers that. HTML Source Code (6 lines)This is the part that most likely falls into that for WBB. Yet I can cache this in other developments without issue. The styles (theme / template) for example is something you usually would want to cache on a site. But as stated earlier, Paul can either find the correct values or completely remove everything star…

  • Quote from BB8: “I never said .com wasn't "more popular"; my initial point was that it should not be used for non-commercial websites. ” Yes and my initial point was that you were the minority in that line of thinking. The vast majority of us are quite content with .COM regardless of it is commercial or non-commercial. And to label it as "a problem" as you did in your original reply, is to fight against the current psyche of how most people accept or view the internet. As @Paul put it nicely; Qu…

  • Quote from Throwholics: “Some things should be cached at all ” That's debatable. In a shared host (or high volume site), it's essential to cache what you can. Although if memory serves correctly, WoltLab Burning Board is one of those scripts that proves a bit problematic. I recall having an easier time caching vBulletin, Invision Power Board, and XenForo without any issues.

  • Quote from Throwholics: “And its happening again.. .The Cache is not correctly set ” It's going to be that way until @Paul fixes it (I'm not the admin, just someone giving helpful pointers). He can lower the values (as suggested) or if it truly is a problem, remove that small bit of code and keep the rest.

  • Quote from BB8: “That's exactly the point. You see two numbers which are not related to each other in any way and you make your point by stating they were related. There is no such thing as a "standard TLD". ” My numbers are related, but yours are not. I never argued that there was a "standard TLD" (domain extension), only that .COM was the more popular. Which coherently has made it over time the more intuitive domain extension. Please try to keep up with the conversation.

  • Quote from BB8: “Now where are the statistics about the number of non-commercial .com domains from these countries? ” What you seek is impossible to obtain, because such statistics would require independent verification of the content every single website on the internet. You could perhaps do a random sampling and from that sampling make an educated guess, but it would be only at best a guess based on that random sampling.

  • Quote from Throwholics: “Now it is working again... Strange... but I am more than sure it was not working... Maybe due to the host...not sure ” No, you likely refreshed your browser which resolved the issue for the time being. This issue is just the values that need to be corrected. I'm assuming people overlooked my post before.

  • Cause is Post #37 located here Admin Hub is really slow from time to time?! But I'll quote here Quote from Adam: “You may want to work with @Tracy Perry regarding the cache time. The seconds I gave you seem to cache too long in my browser & I seem to view a notice that I've dismissed (it's cached). He was always a bit better than I regarding the exact time limits for those things. ” This was in reference to this line of code: PHP Source Code (17 lines)Particularly the actual time in which things…

  • Quote from BB8: “Have you asked most people? @Adam already noticed that there are quite a lot of exceptions. Let me narrow it down to "US citizens visit more .com websites than other citizens" which might be true - because the US have a lot of citizens. ” Except it's not exclusive to The USA. USA, Canada, Australia, Mexico, United Kingdom, France, Italy, Spain, India, Brazil, Nigeria, Indonesia, Bangladesh, Egypt, and the list goes on... and on... Primarily use .COM But if you want to target the…

  • Quote from BB8: “Citation needed. ” ICANN which monitors extention usage. Top domain is still .COM But if you want to test mentality, ask an average "John Doe" person (outside of Germany). Geographically, what @Caribe_Soy is true in that the mentality of people differ in this regards. The exceptions being Germany, Switzerland (and Sweden), China, Russia, and Japan. Ask your average "John Doe" even in The UK and they'll assume .COM But if in doubt, .COM holds that top level for a reason.

  • Quote from BB8: “It's the 4th result when using a "clean browser" without cookies. Still, OffTopic.com is an off-topic discussion board. If it was OffTopic.berlin instead, OffTopic.berlin would be in its place instead. ” Yes, but you've proven that even logged in, you're the minority. The majority of the internet's mentality when using the internet is .COM You're fighting against the grain and while that can be a noble thing to do, it is a very steep climb.

  • Quote from BB8: “A quick Google - I really can't recommend Google - search for "Off Topic" has Wikipedia (.org) as its first result. ” Google personalized your search for you. But if you log out (or use private browsing), you will find roosterteeth.com as the 1st and 2nd result. Offtopic.com is the 3rd reult. (I disabled personal results so my results are the same as being logged off)

  • Quote from BB8: “Advanced users (like me): When they tell me to go to the website "Off Topic", I'll fire up a search engine to find out where it is. Less advanced users: Some people type "Google" into the Bing search mask (or their browser's search mask) to find Google. They'll probably just type "Off Topic" into the address bar, their browser will - by default - automatically try TLDs until it finds a working one. At least Firefox does. Sorry, but ".com is the standard" is not a part of the men…

  • Quote from BB8: “That's the problem. ” That's your opinion. But understand you're fighting against the human psyche. It's human nature to simplify things. When you tell you to go to the website, Cats, you're likely to automatically assume Cats.com You're fighting the mentality of the 3 Billion People who use the internet.

  • .COM was one of 1st domain name extensions, followed by .NET and .ORG (in that order). Although .ARPA actually was the 1st domain extention, but it ended up being reserved mostly for the backbone of the internet. Most people when you say, Google or AOL or whatever have you, automatically think .COM. It's one of the most widely used extensions. - .COM stands for commercial and was intended for commercial entities - .NET stands for network and was intended for organizations in network technologies…