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hexo-submit-urls-to-search-engine is a plugin which can submit the new link of the Hexo to Google, Bing, Baidu search engine to improve the quality and speed of website collection.
For example, I publish an article, in 5 minutes, I can find it in Bing. Well done!
These three major search engines have occupied 97% of the global search engine market share (including Yahoo, ecosia using bing index). Later, I may add the function of submitting links to Yandex.
Telegram group： https://t.me/hexoseo
As of January 12, 2016, Microsoft no longer provides corresponding support and updates for IE 11 and below. Without critical browser security updates, users’ computers may be vulnerable to attacks by harmful viruses, spyware, and other malicious software, which can steal or damage your business data and information.
And everyone has experienced the page loading speed of it.
(Unfinished… stay tuned…)
Using Travis Ci and GitHub to build your own Python online compiling and packaging environment to automatically generate windows exe binary files.
Translate by Google, so some content is not very accurate, please understand
Let me talk about the benefits of doing this: you can use any device with a browser anytime, anywhere, and edit the python code online through the Github website. After each submission, pyinstaller will automatically generate an exe file and download it at any time, without worrying about too many installed libraries. The problem that caused the generated python package file to be too large.
Travis CI (https://travis-ci.org) is an online, distributed continuous integration service in the field of software development. Free support for public warehouses. The paid version supports a private warehouse at https://travis-ci.com
Then push to the specified git repository or publish as github release.
A few days ago, I used the requests library to post but it reported an error: format problem; today I found that we can use
json=datato avoid it… But after that, I still don’t know why…