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Oops! The web site has a HTML redirect per Meta-Tag. The clock of the website goes wrong. It runs the web server Apache. It gets the SEO advice to improve the meta description. It gets a keyword analysis.

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Size:0.3 kB
Host-IP:120.126.40.52
Date:2019/01/11
Time:02:49:46 PM
Loading:1.4 s
Analysis:0.1 s
total:1.5 s

HTML redirect Meta-Tag

Die Seite leitet mit einem HTTP-Meta-Tag im HTML-Kopfbereich auf eine andere Seite um.

Die Umleitung erfolgt nach 1 Sekunden zur URL: http://bml.ym.edu.tw/bmlab/

Oops, HTML redirects?

Many web pages are changing their addresses sooner or later. Usually the webservers should then rely on the HTTP protocol to redirect the visitor's browser to the new address. The visitors will then most likely not even notice that they were redirected.

But sometimes a web site is not using the HTTP protocol. Instead, the site announces the redirect in the HTML document of the web page. It can be done directly with JavaScript or a Meta tag, or indirectly with frames or iframes. None of these solutions is very good, and some have even serious impact on the web page.

Various - The time is wrong

The sites clock is wrong

The time of the site's system isn't matching the time on ours. This means one of our systems or both have an invalid time. Internet servers should actually be thorough with their system time, since badly set clocks cause quite some agony when looking for errors in the log files. Usually web sites apply a so called NTP service to synchronize their system time automatically.

The clock of the website server seems to be 218 seconds late.

Weblinks

Various items

The category various collects noteworthy features of a web site, which aren't fitting into another category.

Web server Apache

Apache HTTP server (Version 2.2.22)

The web server Apache HTTP is by far the world's most often used web server. It is the Apache Software Foundation's best known product, wearing a feather as its symbol. Apache HTTP server is distributed under the terms of the Apache license. It is a free open source product.

Web server hello text: Apache/2.2.22 (Ubuntu)

Weblinks

What is a web server?

As soon as you load a website with you browser you have been practically communicating with a web server. Your browser has sent the address of the site you want to visit to a web server system belonging to the address. The web server then collected the content for this address and delivered it to your browser.

The most commonly used web server is the free system Apache HTTP (version 1 and 2). It is followed by various versions of Microsofts commercial Webserver IIS.

Weblinks

SEO Keywords

Keywords

The page got with 15 words very little text. That makes it quite unattractive for search engines. To improve the potential from visitors by search engines the page should get more content.

The keyword analysis is examining the frequency of the words on a web page together with their location.

This page consists of 15 words in page text, page title, page description and the page's URL. Of these count 10 as keywords. Please note: the keywords from a potential meta keywords entry are ignored. The 1 keywords and key phrases (of upto five words) most frequently used on this page are:

#keyworddensityurltitledesch1h2h3h4h5h6
2bml20.1%1 1

SEO Meta description

Tip for the pages meta description

The page has no meta description.

Search engines use up to about 150 characters of the meta description for their search summaries. A good description should comprise of at least about 8 words and should necessarily be individual for each page. You can set up the meta description in the <head>-section of the HTML page as follows:

<meta name="description" content="Individual description of the page with at least about ten words.">

SEO - onsite information

The topic SEO (search engine optimization) gets information about the onsite structure of web sites. It gives you valuable knowledge to optimize the structure of a web site to be better found by the search engines.

On site optimization is a specific part of SEO. It deals about a good legibility and link structure of a site. Common tips are e.g. to use good headlines and well formulated individual page descriptions, to use 'clean' URLs and to concipate a sound internal linking structure.

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