300.codes

We create digital products to power your business

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About 300.codes
We create digital products to power your business.  300.codes is a software house specializing in custom software development, web & app development, product design, and digital transformation.
$25 - $49/hr
10 - 49
2018
Poland
300.codes
We create digital products to power your business
0.00/5 (0 Reviews)
Services
  • Custom Sotware Development
  • Web & Mobile Development
  • Product Design
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Service Focus
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All traditional codes don't always redirect. These are, however, important to your site's daily maintenance function. It’s a way of telling our server that something used to be here which is not here anymore.410 (Content Deleted)One of the major challenges on websites is 404 error pages, and if you look at your Google Search Console readings, you're likely to see a couple. They ought to be corrected since nobody wants these mistakes. They are used by Google as a sign of poor maintenance, and they are a cause of inconvenience to visitors. If the submitted page or article has been removed from the site and the URL has not been redirected, 404 errors occur.301redirect is used to lead pages displaying 404 errors to a website or homepage that is significant. However, you can also choose another technique that is the 410 redirect to remind search engines and consumers that this page has been removed.  Search engines learn that the website is not coming back, so they can remove the page from the index.451 (content is unavailable due to legal reasons)If you get a warning and takedown request, assign a 451 header to the removed page. This informs search engines there had been a page here and that you wished this appeal to be met, but for legal reasons, you can't. In situations like this, you can put 451 to use.REGEX redirectsYou might need to use REGEX redirects if you're SEO personnel who is expected to do complex redirects. What you need to do is specify a single source URL, and a destination URL, along with regular ones. For instance, you can create a single one with REGEX - regular - expression redirects to migrate specific groups of URLs that provide a keyword to a new destination. While working on an enormous SEO project, this might save you a great deal of time. However, if you are well-known with REGEX only then you should use this redirect because can potentially take down your website.If you are not an SEO expert, it is better to either take the guidance of one or use an all-in-one tool for redirect purposes.
All traditional codes don't always redirect. These are, however, important to your site's daily maintenance function. It’s a way of telling our server that something used to be here which is not here anymore.410 (Content Deleted)One of the major challenges on websites is 404 error pages, and if you look at your Google Search Console readings, you're likely to see a couple. They ought to be corrected since nobody wants these mistakes. They are used by Google as a sign of poor maintenance, and they are a cause of inconvenience to visitors. If the submitted page or article has been removed from the site and the URL has not been redirected, 404 errors occur.301redirect is used to lead pages displaying 404 errors to a website or homepage that is significant. However, you can also choose another technique that is the 410 redirect to remind search engines and consumers that this page has been removed.  Search engines learn that the website is not coming back, so they can remove the page from the index.451 (content is unavailable due to legal reasons)If you get a warning and takedown request, assign a 451 header to the removed page. This informs search engines there had been a page here and that you wished this appeal to be met, but for legal reasons, you can't. In situations like this, you can put 451 to use.REGEX redirectsYou might need to use REGEX redirects if you're SEO personnel who is expected to do complex redirects. What you need to do is specify a single source URL, and a destination URL, along with regular ones. For instance, you can create a single one with REGEX - regular - expression redirects to migrate specific groups of URLs that provide a keyword to a new destination. While working on an enormous SEO project, this might save you a great deal of time. However, if you are well-known with REGEX only then you should use this redirect because can potentially take down your website.If you are not an SEO expert, it is better to either take the guidance of one or use an all-in-one tool for redirect purposes.

All traditional codes don't always redirect. These are, however, important to your site's daily maintenance function. It’s a way of telling our server that something used to be here which is not here anymore.

410 (Content Deleted)

One of the major challenges on websites is 404 error pages, and if you look at your Google Search Console readings, you're likely to see a couple. They ought to be corrected since nobody wants these mistakes. They are used by Google as a sign of poor maintenance, and they are a cause of inconvenience to visitors. If the submitted page or article has been removed from the site and the URL has not been redirected, 404 errors occur.

301redirect is used to lead pages displaying 404 errors to a website or homepage that is significant. However, you can also choose another technique that is the 410 redirect to remind search engines and consumers that this page has been removed.  Search engines learn that the website is not coming back, so they can remove the page from the index.

451 (content is unavailable due to legal reasons)

If you get a warning and takedown request, assign a 451 header to the removed page. This informs search engines there had been a page here and that you wished this appeal to be met, but for legal reasons, you can't. In situations like this, you can put 451 to use.

REGEX redirects

You might need to use REGEX redirects if you're SEO personnel who is expected to do complex redirects. What you need to do is specify a single source URL, and a destination URL, along with regular ones. For instance, you can create a single one with REGEX - regular - expression redirects to migrate specific groups of URLs that provide a keyword to a new destination. While working on an enormous SEO project, this might save you a great deal of time. However, if you are well-known with REGEX only then you should use this redirect because can potentially take down your website.

If you are not an SEO expert, it is better to either take the guidance of one or use an all-in-one tool for redirect purposes.

Contact information
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300.codes
Gwiaździsta, Warszawa, Mazowieckie 01-651
Poland
+48 22 378 28 38
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