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you can resolve this by installing an addon like Text Mode or Text-Only Mode. I personally prefer Text Mode. These addons block all images, video, flash content. You won't even have to click on stop... Text Mode makes all text grayscale while Text-Only Mode maintains the colors while loading the page. Either work well to ensure you don't consume a lot of ...


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It the site intends to be monitored, it may have an RSS feed. This should be updated with new posts. Most browsers allow you to bookmark feeds. There are also feed watch tools available which may be more appropriate in your case. It appears the site you are looking at has outdated software and may not offer a feed. Alternatively, the site may have a ...


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Try Monitorbook. It's a new startup offering a web app focused around helping people easily track things around the web through a simple interface. (I'm not related in any way to the folks at Monitorbook. I just like the great work they've done)


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What might explain this activity? Indexing crawlers run by search engines Zombie bots looking for victims to recruit / subvert / steal from. Your new domain reuses a name someone previously used, that appears in links elsewhere. How would I go about finding out? Set a robots.txt to exclude all. View (a sample of) HTTP logs (normal and ...


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So I didn't use the default DNS, I used one from the service http://www.unblock-us.com/ in order to view netflix on different regions. When I changed the DNS everything worked as it should.


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Sounds like a possible security software issue. Try rebooting into safe mode with networking, and see if it works properly there. If so, you probably have something like zonealarm, or maybe a piece of malware manipulating traffic.


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This thread is old now, but others might look at it. Thank you, Wuffers, for pointing me in the right direction but, to expand on Wuffers's answer: A modern version of wget has a number of useful options for recursing links and patching them to be local relative links so that you can navigate a local copy of a web site. Use the -r option to recurse, the -k ...


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If pinging your gateway works (ping 192.168.0.1) but a ping 81.31.160.39 returns Reply from 192.168.0.11: Destination host unreachable. and ipconfig says that 192.168.0.11 is your own IP address, then it looks like your routes are corrupt (check with route print) or there is some Antivirus or Firewall running on your computer that disallows traffic to ...


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Possibly this should have been asked in the product's forum instead of here, but: These cloud file server services usually offer a 'Desktop sync' app to download files. https://tappin.com/tappin-desktop-agent You'll need to install that and login to your account.


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This can be resolved by removing all the zones in the DNS panel. Create a new zone with domain, the set up an A record with your host name. After which create a new A record as your domain. The site can then be viewed again.



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