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1 day, 21 hours ago AngryWarrior
Hmm well interestingly enough I found this article @lionking where former pentagon officer says it is unlikely that Russia blew their own pipeline due to the fact that 40% of the Russian BNP comes from the sale of oil to foreign nations.
“I think that’s pretty clear. We know that thousands of pounds of TNT were used because these pipelines are enormously robust. You have several inches of concrete around various metal alloys to move the natural gas. So it’s not something that you could simply drop a grenade down at the end of a fish line and disrupt. That means it takes a certain amount of sophistication,” he added.
Macgregor suggested that the motive behind the attacks was to prevent Germany from bailing on the Ukraine war after Berlin began “to give the impression that they were no longer going to go along with this proxy war in Ukraine.”
“Douglas Macgregor, former advisor to US Defense Secretary in the administration of Donald Trump, argued the absurdness of the rhetoric that Russia was behind the Nord Stream attack, and said, ‘The Russians did not do this’." pic.twitter.com/zVKesXKVIN
— Comrade Heather 🇮🇪☭🇵🇸☭🇮🇪 (@ComradeHeather) October 2, 2022
So I don’t know but you might be right about this. Some powerful people and nations has a vested interest in the Ukrainian war to be continued I suppose?in reply to: Nord Stream 1 & 2 gas lines sabotaged by USA?4 days, 20 hours ago AngryWarrior
Oh. Nice post!
I cold call sometimes, but its not always easy.
It still works though, but you need to be consistent when you make the calls and work the hours to get results.1 week ago AngryWarrior
Right, thanks for the explanation. Isn’t this quite obvious? 🙄1 week, 6 days ago AngryWarrior
Well I mainly focus on On-Page SEO as I think that is the best option. Not sure about if they are correct about that Google considers manual link-building as manipulation, but it is an interesting angle that one might have to consider. I believe in that content is still king and that if you create good content then people will value that and thus link back to you. So I do agree on that part.in reply to: Do not waste time on link building?8 months ago AngryWarrior
Not really sure what you are trying to say with that because it is quite obvious effects of social media marketing.1 year, 10 months ago AngryWarrior
Hi Studio 6Am
Well there could be many reasons why cron jobs needs to run on the sub-sites in a WordPress Multisite network. The most common and simple reason is this:
In WPMU installations you will have many different flavors of plugins installed and not every plugin will by default run on the primary site or be network enabled. Thus there will be plugin on individual sub-sites that will run plugins that needs to be scheduled to do certain task such as they need to send out emails at a certain time due to various events or lets say a front-end meeting booking for example where the calendar needs to be refreshed and the attendances need to be notified when a meeting is about to start as an example.
The same applies for example to other types of plugins like lets say a security plugin where a malware scanner needs to be scheduled to run at a certain time and date. The same applies. The cron jobs needs to be running.
Now if you the cron jobs does not run on the sub-sites too then the functions of these plugins will simply not work as the crons are never fired up . So that is why it is not sufficient with just having the cron run on only the primary site.
Also you should think about that WordPress itself has a lot of natively scheduled background task and those need to run on the sub sites too in order for WordPress to function properly and if they to do not run there also then the WordPress background tasks will fail to complete their job on the whole network, (except for the main primary website).
I hope this explains it better for you?
Kind regards2 years, 1 month ago AngryWarrior
To be honest I think Yoast is a world class spammer which always annoyed me. So I quit using his products long time ago.
I never heard of RankMath before so i cannot tell much about it. I did look a bit on their website, and it looks interesting, but is all I can comment on it obviously.
Currently I´m using WPMU Dev’s SmartCrawl Pro which I’m quite satisfied with so far. https://premium.wpmudev.org/project/smartcrawl-wordpress-seo/
However SmartCrawl its a premium product so it is not free.
They have free version on wordpress.org though.in reply to: RankMath versus Yoast