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Google Search Operators: The Complete List

Want to understand the complete list of Google search operators? Check out this amazing resource, listing all of Google's search operators with a description and easy-to-follow examples. Did you know that Google is constantly killing useful operators? That’s why most existing lists of Google search operators are outdated and inaccurate. Here is a complete list of all working,…
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Why do you need to clear a browser’s cache?

A browser's cache stores images and files that you have visited previously. If you have cleared your cookies and after visiting a site all the graphics are not appearing correctly, then it is probably the cache that is causing the problem. For example, you might make a change to your site but you’re unable to…
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What is a “browser cache?” explained.

The browser cache is a temporary storage location on your computer for files downloaded by your browser to display websites. Files that are cached locally include any documents that make up a website, such as html files, CSS style sheets, JavaScript scripts, as well as graphic images and other multimedia content. When you revisit a…
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How to disable the form autofill feature in your browser

While filling out an online form, you are usually asked to fill out your name, email address, and other fields. Autofill is a great feature used in several browsers that helps prevent you from filling out these fields over and over again. This can sometimes cause an issue while using your MINDBODY site due to…
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How do I force a refresh of a single website page?

The easiest way is by using the browser's "Reload" command (Ctrl +R/Cmd-R). In Internet Explorer, you can also use CTRL F5 to refresh the page. Before you go straight to clearing your entire browser cache, one trick you can try is something called a ‘forced refresh’. Normally, when you refresh a page, your browser still…
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How do I clear my entire web browser’s cache?

Just to be safe, clear your browser’s cache. This ensures that all the temporary files and cookies left behind from your previous activity are deleted. In most browsers, you can clear the cache from the Privacy or History area in the Settings or Options menu. However, below are the steps involved in clearing your browser’s…
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Common error codes a server may return.

There are a variety of status codes that a web server may return depending on the result of processing your request and the type of resource being requested. These are probably the most common ones that a visitor might see, and ones that you might like to build custom error pages for, just to continue…
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