All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Errors’
Google’s latest Webmaster Help video, unlike the one before it, is very webmaster oriented. In it, Matt Cutts discusses how Google handles 404s versus how it handles 410s. “Whenever a browser or Googlebot asks for a page, the web server sends back a status code,” he says. ‘200 might mean everything went totally fine. 404 means the page was not …
We’ve run several, several stories in recent weeks about Yahoo execs leaving the company, and the departures have been, as far as we can tell, completely voluntary. But according to one analyst, a solution to most of the company’s problems would be for roughly 1,200 other employees to involuntarily follow suit.
Buying Attention & Building Trust
With content that you freely distribute you are primarily trying to build relationships with people who don’t know you and have never bought from you. Since attention is limited you have to make your content accessible to gain market attention.
Highbrow = Low Readership
Most potential buyers can not distinguish between great information and average information, but most people…
What’s a mode error or a modal error? In usability speak, that’s when the user confuses the mode they’re currently in, causing a wrong or ineffective action. For example, when I click on a contact’s note on my Windows Mobile OS (which has a very low overall usability), and I open up the keyboard to enter a note with my stylus pen, I can’t – I’m in read-only mode (indicated by the lack of a blinking text cursor inside the note field). Only after I hit “edit” at the bottom will I switch to edit mode to be able to enter something. I committed a “mode error.
A 404 error is what you get when your browser tries to access a page that doesn’t exist. Maybe you mistyped something, or the link you followed was mistyped by someone else, or maybe the webmaster moved it or renamed it or just deleted it. It’s annoying for you, and sites that care about your visit try to avoid it happening.
Most Linux and Unix programs are written in C. When you download source for a project, it will often be C or C++ source code. You don’t necessarily need to know a darn thing about C or anything else to compile the source if you aren’t changing it. It may be helpful for you to understand a bit if you are having problems with the compile, but even that isn’t really necessary.
For most business buyers, pursuing a viable business to acquire is a once in a lifetime event. Because of the infrequency and the complexity of pursuing a business to purchase, buyers typically risk unnecessary financial resources and waste valuable time to find their “ideal” acquisition. With a complete understanding of business purchase process fundamentals, a business buyer can effectively reduce the odds of not finding the right company or paying too for one.
I have windows 98SE…..and it (runtime errors) happens after I have been online and going to web pages I go to daily..I do have norton anti-virus. I know that I get runtime error and then another that says Internet explorer will close this program down error. I close out all programs on system tray will that help….. I freeze alot also. Do you need any more info..?
Many programmers hit a brick wall in their SQL queries, slowing development to a crawl and causing an over abundance of hair loss and coffee consumption. If you have been staring at the screen with a blank look and a pounding heart, wondering what you did to deserve this mess, you have come to the right place. In this article I will unveil the six most common SQL query errors and give you tips on stress prevention.
We’re turning our focus this new year to customer service e-mail messages, those “answers” we receive in our inboxes when we write to customer service representatives (CSRs) for help. Our research method: Send hundreds of customer service questions and requests via e-mail. We’ve e-mailed everyone — from Fortune 500s to ma-and-pa companies, from public corporations to nonprofits and government agencies. We’ve solicited customer service e-mail from clients and colleagues. What we’ve learned so far: (1) Lots of customer service representatives lack the basic writing skills they need to communicate with customers. (2) Lots of companies are sending out embarrassing, inaccurate, business-damaging e-mail disguised as “help.”
Everyone has seen an HTTP 404 error at some point. You follow a link on a web page, and BOOM – File not found. Perhaps the author spelt it incorrectly, or the page was uploaded to the server by mistake. I’ll show you how to handle this gracefully*, and send an email to yourself so the problem gets fixed. But first, what did I mean when I said “Make money from error handling”?