Google To Disable 1% Of Third-Party Cookies In Chrome by Laurie Sullivan @lauriesullivan, May 18, 2023 Google plans to deprecate third-party cookies for 1% of Chrome users in the first quarter of 2024 to support developers conducting real-world experiments that assess readiness and effectiveness without third-party cookies. To prepare for a web without third-party cookies, … Continue reading Google To Disable 1% Of Third-Party Cookies In Chrome
Ryan Burgio — June 2, 2017 — June 2, 2017 With every B2B website project, we’re inevitably asked the same question by every client: Should we enable comments on our B2B website? The short answer is NO. The long answer is NOOOOO! Why? Why would you want to shut down discussion on that amazing blog … Continue reading Disable the Comments on Your B2B Website
Vishnu SupreetSeptember 21, 2015 Before I get into how you can disable trackbacks and pingbacks, perhaps we should look into what trackbacks and pingbacks are and whether they are really necessary. What Does A Trackback/Pingback Actually Do? 1. Yvone writes something on her blog.2. Kathleen wants to comment on Yvone’s blog, but wants her own … Continue reading Should You Disable Trackbacks and Pingbacks On WordPress Posts?