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Dealing With Ruby Vulnerabilities: Check HTTP Referrers - About.com
With every HTTP request, a Referer (which is mispelled in the HTTP standard) header is passed. That is, if the HTTP request is the result of a link, form ...
Turbolinks Default in Rails 4 - Ruby - About.com
Turbolinks will be the default in Rails 4.0. The first thing that you have to know is that HTTP requests for a new page can be twice or even three times as fast.
Minimize HTTP Requests to Speed Up Page Load Times
For every http request your web page requires to load there is a hit to the download time, so creating simpler pages that use fewer components is a great way to ...
408 Request Timeout Error (What It Is and How To Fix It) - PC Support
The 408 Request Timeout error is an HTTP status code that means the request you sent to the website server (e.g. a request to load a web page) took longer ...
400 Bad Request Error (What It Is and How To Fix It) - PC Support
In Internet Explorer, a The webpage cannot be found message indicates a 400 Bad Request error. The IE title bar will say HTTP 400 Bad Request or something  ...
GET versus POST Requests on HTML Forms - Web Design/HTML
What this means is that a GET request can be seen by the user because the form data is written to the URL. While POST requests are sent as part of the HTTP ...
WWW FAQs: What is the maximum length of a URL?
2006-10-13 : Although the specification of the HTTP protocol does not specify any ... a 16,384 byte limit on the combined size of all HTTP request headers.
HTTP Error and Status Codes Explained - Wireless/Networking
The Web server processed the request successfully and transmitted content back to the browser. Most HTTP requests result in this status. Users rarely will see ...
Web Design Tips to Increase Download Times - Web Design/HTML
... HTTP Requests—the fewer requests you make, the faster your page will load; Minimize the Size of HTTP Requests—ideally an HTTP request should only be ...
Multiple Requests - JavaScript - About.com
With our requests being asynchronous we are not waiting for one request to return a response from the server before being able to make another request.
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