The key ingredient for making an engaging site is relevant content which gives answers & insights for your targeted audience.
Business and society leaders recognise that an engaging website will generate sales or better service their members and are willing to invest time and resources in the creation of a new site. An engaging website generates new sales and great customer service. Business and society leaders recognize this, and invest time and resources into the
The file /etc/hosts.deny on Unix/Linux can block login attempts based on counties. The below is a simple host.deny file to block all countries but your own ( in my case Australia), sure this is not the whole answer to securing a system but it sure cuts down the number of hack attempts.
sudo vi /etc/hosts.allow
# hosts.deny This file describes the names of the hosts which are
# *not* allowed to use the local INET services, as decided
# by the '/usr/sbin/tcpd' server.
# We will block *all
Pages can have any number of aliases. When a page's path is renamed the system will automatically add an alias from the page's previous path to the current page.
This prevents 404 errors which are a well known cause of user frustration and lower SEO rankings.
When a user requests a URL first a matching page is searched then the page aliases are searched, if a matching page alias is found then that page is used. There are NO 301/302 errors returned there is just many paths to the same page.
To make a site the default for a domain or set of domain names a comma separated list of host name patterns is entered.
The default site is calculated to be the first PUBLISHED site with a matching host name pattern, if no matching sites then the first site will a blank host name list.