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comment Method interception in Jersey using Guice AOP
Thank you, yes this also caused a problem at the time. Well worth noting here.
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comment Web config setting for deployment
It's an IDE feature rather than Framework feature, so if you have Visual Studio 2010 or later you should be good.
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comment CSS only thumbnail slider
Yes. Although SEO experts generally agree it doesn't help with direct phrase searches, it can help with relevancy. It definitely helps accessibility, screen-readers will read out the descriptions for example. See: seomoz.org/q/does-the-link-title-attribute-benefit-seo
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comment Getting the original MAC address of Network Adapter in C#
I think you missed the point. Imagine that your name is changed from Prem Singh to Shahrukh Khan. You now believe your name has always been Shahrukh Khan. If I then ask you what your name is, you will tell me it's Shahrukh Khan. If I ask what your original name is, you will still say Shahrukh Khan because you believe it is Shahrukh Khan. The NIC does not remember what its MAC used to be. It only knows what its MAC is currently set to be. You can obtain the current MAC using System.Net.NetworkInformation.NetworkInterface.GetAllNetworkInterfaces.
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You're correct that most bots do not index CSS and so background images are not indexed. This is a thumbnail link to the actual image isn't it? Bots will index img tags on your page whether they are visible or not, and more importantly they will follow links to a page that has the full version of your image available as an img tag. Recommend you treat the thumbnail as though it was "just a link" i.e. title it correctly, linking to the page with the actual image you want to present, also titled/named correctly with some clear semantic text describing the image too. You should get good results.
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