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comment Is this a correct way to count territory in Go (by Chinese rules)?
Thank you, TimK.
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accepted Is this a correct way to count territory in Go (by Chinese rules)?
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revised Is this a correct way to count territory in Go (by Chinese rules)?
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accepted How to generate "og:image" meta for Facebook sharing when the image in the post is not featured?
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asked How to generate "og:image" meta for Facebook sharing when the image in the post is not featured?
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accepted How to list all URLs in the source code files of a website with command line tools?
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comment How to list all URLs in the source code files of a website with command line tools?
Thank you. Just to avoid confusion about folder naming... grep -r MySearchedString ./MyFolder
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comment How to list all URLs in the source code files of a website with command line tools?
Sure, you are right! Maybe I will wait for a few hours for an answer... and if I get none, I will turn it into an Emacs question. I'm 100% sure there is a crazy keyboard shortcut for this in Emacs. :)
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comment How to list all URLs in the source code files of a website with command line tools?
Thank you, Evgeniy. I think your idea is good and I marked it as useful. However I use Linux and that's why I am interested in some geeky command line solutions too. You know, native command line tools are faster than Notepad++ on Wine.
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comment How to monitor a website's networking activity towards 3rd party servers?
Thank you, Tom. Actually I try to do my best about this.
Feb
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comment How to monitor a website's networking activity towards 3rd party servers?
Thank you, Mike. :) Usually I install only a few essential WP plug-ins that are absolutely necessary for my sites. In fact, I even feel uncomfortable about installing the official FB plug-in that hasn't been updated for ages. So, as I can see now, it's a real security issue that most webmasters casually upload and install random plugins to their sites on shared hosts... while there is no easy way to check what those stuffs do in the background. :-/
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