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You are right to worry about performance with such a big directory. The simplest solution, which wouldn't require linking with the actual data or complex analysis is to make sub directories based on the filenames. The exact way to split them actually depends on what the filenames look like but it could be as simple as doing 2-3 levels with the first ...


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Even if you only call it a home hot-spot, it is actually being used as a router for your elderly and you want that router to include security, which is what a firewall is for. Simply install a firewall and apply the rules to reject the addresses you want to block. It's as simple as that. Note that however simple it may be to block specific addresses, ...


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If I got you right, you want that you can login to your accounts on "public services" (Facebook, Youtube, etc are public in a sense) only from your current computer, and not from your brothers or friends computer. If you want to limit possibility of login to some site from computers in your home, that's possible, either using some kind of parental control ...


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In cases like this, you can use a check website like Down For Everyone Or Just Me in order to see if the problem is likely unique to you or if others are experiencing it as well.


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The problem is you don't have the subdomain in the URL you are giving You need to start the URL with www (which is the subdomain) An example By URL, http://superuser.com is different to http://www.superuser.com, and could actually point to different servers and serve totally different content (usually it makes sense to point to the same location). Most ...


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I am also unable to access that website from the UK so your equipment is probably fine. Out of curiosity, are you with Virgin Media? VM are currently experiencing issues routing to certain websites (e.g. imgur.com) so this could be related.


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It depends on which web server you're using. If you're using IIS then The_IT_Guy_You_Don't_Like's comment does help point you in a good direction. Namely, Use host Headers in IIS. If the users aren't going to be required to specify a different port number, then TCP port 80 will be used. The web server will need some method of determining which website to ...


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Reset your browser and see if it fixes the issue. If it does not, check your addons and see if there are any third party addons. You have to disable the addons and see if it fixes the issue. If the issue persists event after the removal of addons, you have to check the programs and features control panel window to see if there are programs that might lead ...


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I am not aware of a command or keystroke that can load an infinite scroll page automatically and take you to the bottom. However, I have seen Chrome extensions that claim to do this for you.


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Here's a PowerShell script to get a URL and check if its source contains a string. In this example we're searching for the string "twitter" at https://stackoverflow.com: $URL = "https://stackoverflow.com/" $data = Invoke-WebRequest -Uri $URL if ($data.RawContent -like '*twitter*') { write-host "Found" } Save this text with a .ps1 extension and you can run ...


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You have not provided specifics, so I can't answer with specifics, but CURL is very often used to do this kind of "scraping" - it basically lets you control how to get web requests, and can even do things like log you in, set a browser string, handle HTTPS, follow redirects etc. If your curent site uses PHP, there are PHP modules for it, so its easy to ...



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