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Is your Google account used for your website? If your hosting account is with HostEurope, is there any relationship between the Google account you reference and your hosting account? Without any information linking your Google account to your website it seems you are reporting incidents that are likely unrelated. It's not unusual to have people throughout ...


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Not in general. If they execute JavaScript, then they aren't strictly links. They cause browser to evaluate some code that does something and then requests browser to redirect you. In theory you could make an extension that will: Wait until page is loaded. For every "JS link" pretend that it's clicked Intercept redirection Rewrite original "JS link" to a ...


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If you are running apache in your VM, find a configuration file such as /etc/httpd/conf/httpd.conf with a line like: DirectoryIndex index.html and replace it with DirectoryIndex disabled Restart apache. To apply this just to a part of your web, you can put the line in a .htaccess file within the directory to apply it to.


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You can search and replace multiline text in Notepad++ using \n as lines delimiter And you can use sed to search and replace multiline text: http://unix.stackexchange.com/questions/26284/how-can-i-use-sed-to-replace-a-multi-line-string


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You can use either language. I don't think one offers significant advantages over the other. https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-US/library/ms228592(v=VS.90).aspx I don't really understand this part of your question. If you follow the examples in the link for #2, you should be okay.


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I found that the results where shown in a window which was minimized. draging the bar solved the issue. Before dragging the bar this is what it saw: Afterwards a list of results where visible:


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A "Find in Files" search in Notepad++ will tell you how many results are in how many files, for example 142 results in 148 files. From that number you can calculate the number of dupe entries. The search results can be copied to a new file, and from there you can run a search for '2 hits' '3 hits' etc, until all dupes are eliminated.


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Well, below is a quickly thrown together code that seems to work alright for simple data example. Do what you will with it. Yes, this is not something you can do with a simple Find&Replace in Notepad, even Regex available in F&R in N++ doesn't really give you the ability to do that... Or of it is possible in Regex - It's well beyond my level. ;) ...


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You can use this regex utf-8.*utf-8 in the "Find in Files" dialogue. Make sure to check "Regular expression" and ". matches newline" in the Search Mode. Under "Filters" you can define the type of file you want to search in and in "Directory" choose the dir where your files are in.


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The solution for Google Chrome at least was a plugin by the name of "Video Speed Controller"


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Here is how to remove the HTML tags with Google Spreadsheets: =RegexReplace( A1, "<\/\w+>|<\w+.*?>", "" ) where A1 is a cell containing HTML Note For every HTML tag in A1, A1 must have both the open < and the close > The plaintext (non-HTML) should avoid < and > because it could cause false positives. Without doing a ...


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You might want to consider something like Fences, from Stardock. I've been using it for several years and love it. It allows you to group icons in areas of the screen, hide/show icons by clicking on the desktop, etc. Lots of neat features. Click the link below to learn more. I am not connected with Stardock in any way, except by being a very satisfied ...


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Use following regex string : <meta name="perc_linkback" id="perc_linkback" content=".*"/> to select <meta name="perc_linkback" id="perc_linkback" content="xxxxxxxxxxx"/> And select Regular Expression radio button Thing to notice is whenever you need to select a variable number of characters use .* And when you need to select . use \. So to ...



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