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wouldn’t be amused about getting cut out of the loop, but there’s really no stopping it. Yes, that’s exactly what happens, and you’ll have to live with the overhead. The important thing is that they could get their statistics, while still avoiding a redirect. Had "ticket" for technical support issued a week ago nothing. Source

But what if Im using your content as link-bait and doing all the redirects for tracking purposes without your knowledge? Copy Link Lachlann 319 posts 540 karma points Jul 18, 2011 @ 21:18 0 Okay! They'd just lose the tracking for those people without Javascript, which, if I know those sorts of users, they'd be happy for anyway.) Reply Patty says: September 23, 2010 at 2:42 I switched to integrated pipeline and my redirects work! https://www.quora.com/What-is-redirect-hell

Slow on the Web can mean completely unavailable on a smartphone. This time renaming the .htaccess doesn't work. Reply Richard Steven Hack says: September 23, 2010 at 11:42 am The real "overhead" for many, many Web sites now is the linking to fifty ad servers on every page -

Remember me Home Forums Search Members Help CodeIgniter.com Twitter CodeIgniter Forums CodeIgniter Archived (from EllisLab) Archived General Discussion How do I get out of this Codeigniter redirect loop That is all well and good, but now comes the really interesting part that is the most relevant for this article: Twitter will by the end of the year start to It may be great, who knows, but in light of what we’ve told you in this article it’s difficult not to think: yet another layer of redirects. These days such software has a full annotated database generating intermediate websites, site indexing for partner updates and so on.

I can't say for 100% without looking at your site in IIS. Google will never know. Data mining) to push everything else aside. Are there any other .htaccess files in the web root that has this rule?

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November 2, 2016 go to Pingdom.com Archives Categories a b c © 2017 Pingdom AB All Rights Reserved Trademarks Terms of Service Privacy Policy icons by: socicon Jump to content see here I can't believe that anonymous comments can have embedded HTML. That’s where our story begins. After many hours of trying everything I could think of, I renamed the .htaccess file and Viola, the redirect is gone and I can access my site again.

This isn't mission-critical-high-performance-realtime work, why does it matter if someone's tweets take a little longer to read? Reply Passing commenter says: October 7, 2010 at 4:23 pm To be fair to Facebook, their redirector is there to anonymize outbound traffic and protect users' profile privacy. I have been using a VPN to halt any tracking/data monitoring ( http://www.privateinternetaccess.com/ ). By funneling all clicks through its own servers first, Twitter will gain intimate knowledge of how its service is used, and about its users.

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Let me know and I'll post a Rewrite rule that you can put in your urlrewriting.config file that might fix this. L Copy Link Tim 1182 posts 2625 karma points Jul 15, 2011 @ 10:00 0 I think you can just change the site to Integrated mode, there shouldn't be anything else They have been tracking user pathing through their content via affliate programs long before the large conglomerates caught onto the trend, via multiple redirection architectures and have entire software packages for my site is running 4.5.2 any help would be aces.

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It can even make sites appear down when they aren’t, because something on the way broke down.

I.- Thread Closed -------------------- Private Messages User Control Panel Who's Online Search Forum Home General -- News & Discussion -- Lounge -- Events -- Regional Here's my .htacess Code:
DirectoryIndex index.php
RewriteEngine on

RewriteCond $1 !^(index\.php|images|css|js|robots\.txt|favicon\.ico)
RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-f
RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-d
RewriteRule ^(.*)$ ./index.php/$1 [L,QSA] This redirect sanitizes so that only one url shows up in a servers logs. This is a good thing for Twitter.

Skip to content grismar.net Menu and widgets Search for: Getting out of Redirect Hell Recently, many redirect services have been popping up. At least, until they start encoding their URLs. You may have to register before you can post: click the register link above to proceed. when we click on the search result, we are not going through an HTTP redirect, but it looks like there is Javascript code being notified of the click, and probably informing

Remove the Google Sh!t and convert the web link back to the actual page address and wham! They're all funded by advertising, which we pay for both in the time we spend looking at it and the increased retail prices of products. The track/redirect link from Google takes 30-45 seconds to finally display a page on his website. Google does not track which search result you are clicking on.

Cut-n paste the Google track/redirect link into the address bar of another browser, same thing. Reply Mathijs says: September 22, 2010 at 1:12 pm So we need a better solution to track outgoing clicks. Advertisement Register for Free! They would still get all the information they want (i.e. “how many people link to what” and “how many people clicked this link”) and their users get snappy performance.

directing an explicit url to a url on my site but it didnt work.