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According to the Google Developers guide, you don't have to set up multiple code snippets for each site, as long as they share the same top level domain: Google Developer's Guide Here's a good article on displaying subdomains in the dashboard.


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Most likely you're using the PageSpeed apache module that is configured to insert your Google Analytics ID with the ModPagespeedAnalyticsID directive or something similar.


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This worked for me sudo a2disconf javascript-common This removes the javascript-common.conf from conf-available and conf-enabled.


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It looks like there was an alias in your ./conf.d/javascript-common.conf: file that was causing Apache to look in the wrong place. As you noted, deleting those entries fixed the problem and Apache was happy.


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With a policy so well defined it is trivial to write a script in almost any language (or you can even use shell utilities). I.e. for each password, you can: min of 8 characters: [[ $(echo -n "$password" | wc -c) >= 8 ]] || echo "Too short" contains a letter: echo "$password" | grep -iq '[a-z]' || echo "No letters" contains a number: echo "$password" | ...


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Relevant xkcd comic is relevant. And in any event, once you have passwords in plaintext, they're not secure. So, you may as well discard all the passwords now and use any modern operating system or authentication scheme that will check passwords against a password policy for you, before accepting the password. Because really, why not just hold onto the ...


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You can use WebRTC with just JavaScript to have two way communication within browsers. It can even transmit in many-to-many architecture. As flash is almost dead, webrtc is IMHO the future of p2p communication in web. There are implementations that use webrtc to stream video&audio to make conferences. Example. There are many other, ready to use ...


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http://tomcat.apache.org/tomcat-7.0-doc/config/http.html Please use application/javascript instead of text/javascript, as given below: compressableMimeType="text/html,text/xml,text/plain,text/css,application/javascript"


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If even static HTML files are doing this, then you probably should be looking at Apache. Check first for .htacess files. Maybe try renaming all of them at once if there are any. Then, if you still have a problem, check the Apache configuration, or perhaps look for modules, like mod_pagespeed. It really wouldn't be possible to say without troubleshooting on ...


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As you mentioned you use parse-server-example. So you will open index.js and in this code var api = new ParseServer({ databaseURI: databaseUri || 'mongodb://localhost:27017/dev', cloud: process.env.CLOUD_CODE_MAIN || __dirname + '/cloud/main.js', appId: process.env.APP_ID || 'myAppId', masterKey: process.env.MASTER_KEY || '', //Add your master key ...


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I don't think it would be possible to write anything non-trivial that would work on both new Node.js and old Rhino. But if you are able to install packages on those old systems then you are presumably also able to install software from source (at least you have to if you want to install your own software there). Installing Node from source is not difficult ...


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I had the same issue. It's not the User Agent, it's the HTTP Referer. I thought malware bots were visiting my website with a HTTP Referer with some malicious JS code injected in it. So I changed BBClone's configuration not to display the HTTP Referer in the detailed stats, and it worked. Edit your conf/config.php and make sure $BBC_DETAILED_STAT_FIELDS ...


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I guess that there are multiple resources that need to be loaded from your application, so example.com/catsapp should look a subdirectory. Without a trailing slash, browsers see example.com/catsapp as a file-like resource, not a folder-like resource. Following the link viewer.html relative to example.com/catsapp leads to example.com/viewer.html. However, ...


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I know I'm late to the party, but this page came up in a Google search for this exact problem. Running a shell command isn't really an ideal solution for me, and this is how I solved it; Instead of running chmod manually, you can make Node do it with the 'fs' library after the socket is created: var fs = require('fs'); var server = http.createServer(......


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I had a smilimar issue, some sysadmin add the next directive con conf.modules.d/10-php.conf: SetHandler application/x-httpd-php But this set all extencions to that hander, so I change it for: AddHandler php5-script .php Issue solved :)


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Try remove trailing slash from balancermember: <Proxy balancer://testcluster> BalancerMember ajp://192.168.2.166:8010 route=acd11-node01 BalancerMember ajp://192.168.2.166:8011 route=acd11-node02 ProxySet lbmethod=byrequests </Proxy> https://issues.apache.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=51982


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When you print anything on the body, headers must be already sent. That's if you e.g. echo() something or even if there's a space before the <?php. A web server simply can't output anything before it has sent the headers, as that's the form of a HTTP response, causing any output to send the headers, too. If you try to use e.g. header() that sends a ...


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You're getting this error message because your Sinatra application is not listening on the default IPv6 address for localhost, ::1, but is instead listening on the legacy IPv4 address, 127.0.0.1. Because you specified that your nginx upstream is localhost, nginx tries the IPv6 address first, but because your app server isn't listening on this address, nginx ...


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The situation is rather strange. My suggestion is to profile your application client side and try to understand what is going on. Generally the problem could depend on: A locally cached content that is very slow to be read, this should not depend on a particular file corruption since the files being slow depend on the sequence you put in the JS referencing....


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What you're looking for is Windows Task Scheduler. If you want to configure it for every X minutes, (instead of days/weeks/months), you need to go into the Advanced properties, as noted on this Stack Overflow answer.


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This is the RUM JavaScript snippet. See https://docs.newrelic.com/docs/features/how-does-real-user-monitoring-work it also shows you how to disable it. If you didn't enable RUM you probably should contact New Relic. I'm not sure if it is enabled by default at the moment, I think yes.


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Your question is a bit confusing. Meteor uses default port 3000 if you don't specify differently. You don't need an extra webserver like apache since meteor comes with nodejs which does act as a webserver. This is a simplified way you should start a meteor app on your machine Install meteor Create the project Copy your files into that project Start meteor ...


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Here are my steps from my last setup of FOP2, I suspect step 8 was borked if you don't have /usr/local/fop2/buttons_custom.cfg (not .cnf sorry) or fop2 db and tables setup: cd /usr/src wget http://www.fop2.com/download/centos64 -O fop2.tgz tar zxvf fop2.tgz cd fop2 make install /usr/local/fop2/generate_override_contexts.pl -write /usr/local/fop2/fop2_server ...


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Configuring apache is not only add certificate, but also configure SSL module, add also the key, and CA root chain. Check here for apache documentation Mobile applications usually reside behind web server so you can use (for example) apache+ssl as reverse proxy for the app


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Mobile applications are exactly the same here; they also simply use HTTP (or HTTPS) traffic to communicate with the server. You may sometimes run into two issues. First, you may have http URLs hard coded throughout the site that inadvertently switch your users back to http. Second, you may have outside URLs (such as CDNs etc.) that don't use https. A third ...


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I think the one-time webscript is a better option than the rule approach. This can be deployed in Data Dictionary/Web Scripts Extensions with two files: Descriptor (e.g., output-data.get.desc.xml): <webscript kind="org.alfresco.repository.content.stream"> <shortname>Output metadata</shortname> <description>Output data on ...


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If you don't have any access to the repository machine, I think your easiest option would be the Data Dictionary + dummy rule option Firstly, create you javascript code on your local machine. Next, upload it into the Data Dictionary. Pick the Repository, then Data Dictionary, then Scripts, so a full path of Repository > Data Dictionary > Scripts. When ...


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Although I tried to resolve this for a couple of days, I finally fixed it a few minutes after I posted this question. Opened the console as admin, ran regsvr32 jscript.dll, restarted IIS. That did it.


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Without significantly more information, it is very hard to draw any accurate conclusion as to why this would occur. One issue I frequently see on particularly small-mid sized business networks has very similar symptoms; you can access services hosted internally from an external location, but you can't access them internally. This is different from your ...


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I would recommend HAProxy (or NginX) over node-http-proxy unless you need custom behaviour. Both HAProxy and NginX perform better than node-http-proxy, and have much lower memory consumption. Also, node-http-proxy (or just Node.js in general) is terrible at serving over SSL... So, if you go that route, make sure to terminate SSL before Node.js.


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