- Ankush Bansal <firstname.lastname@example.org> Feb 23 05:48AM -0800
help me please a mail come from that
Googlebot can't access your site
Over the last 24 hours, Googlebot encountered 1 errors while attempting to
retrieve DNS information for your site. The overall error rate for DNS
queries for your site is 50.0%.
You can see more details about these errors in Webmaster Tools<https://www.google.com/webmasters/tools/crawl-errors?siteUrl=http://www.worldinfo4u.com/&utm_source=wnc_94049&utm_term=link_2&utm_content=uns_b0a801c744000000&utm_campaign=t_1393055999402000&utm_medium=email#t1=0>
If the site error rate is 100%:
- Use a WHOIS tool to verify that http://www.worldinfo4u.com/ has a
proper whois record and that nameservers are configured for the site. If
not, contact your domain registrar to update your whois records.
- Using a DNS lookup tool, verify that the nameserver's name can be
resolved to an IP address. If not, either update your whois record to
contain an IP address for your nameserver, or update the DNS records for
- Using a DNS lookup tool, verify that http://www.worldinfo4u.com/ can
be resolved to an IP address. If it can't, update the DNS record for
http://www.worldinfo4u.com/ on your nameserver.
If the site error rate is less than 100%:
- The most likely explanation is that your nameserver is overloaded.
Contact your hosting provider and discuss the configuration of your DNS
server and the possibility of allocating more resources to your DNS service.
- If your site redirects to another hostname, another possible
explanation is that a URL on your site is redirecting to a hostname that
has a DNS problem. Consider checking the links to which your site redirects
and make sure that the sites in your redirect links don't have any DNS
After you think you've fixed the problem, use Fetch as Google<https://www.google.com/webmasters/tools/googlebot-fetch?hl=en&siteUrl=http://www.worldinfo4u.com/&utm_source=wnc_94049&utm_term=link_4&utm_content=uns_b0a801c744000000&utm_campaign=t_1393055999402000&utm_medium=email> to
verify that Googlebot can properly access your site.
- RedMacGirl <email@example.com> Feb 24 03:01AM -0800
I am wanting to learn the best option to enable our web site visitors to
select their city location from our homepage (index.php). Is a drop-down
menu with links to the cities (eg: my site/newyork.php) with new content
and links for that city way to go for this? Or should selected city page
reload in the same index.php page and display new content with a jquery
load function? Two different approaches and not sure which one is better
practice. Look forward to your response.
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