Train Asked on May 1, 2015 in Health.
To see a cup in your dream represents love, nurturance and the womb. The cup may also signify rejuvenation and healing. Alternatively, it indicates a transcendence into a realm of higher consciousness. Is the cup half-full or half-empty? Do you see life from an optimistic or pessimistic point of view.
To dream that you are drinking or need your coffee suggests that you need to gain some insight and knowledge before making a decision or tackling some project/relationship. You may be acting too hasty and need to slow down. Alternatively, it may imply a need for you to change your routine.
To dream of a crack in some object indicates that something in your life is imperfect. Nobody is perfect. Or there could be a flaw in your thinking or relationship. The dream may also be a pun on “cracking under pressure”. You may be experiencing difficulties in trying to maintain your composure and keeping it together.
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Train Asked on April 29, 2015 in Computers & Internet.
Here’s Google’s announcement:
“Starting April 21, we will be expanding our use of mobile-friendliness as a ranking signal. This change will affect mobile searches in all languages worldwide and will have a significant impact in our search results.”
In layman’s terms:
Starting April 21, if your website is not considered by Google to be “mobile-friendly”, it’ll be harder for people to find your website through Google search on their smartphones.
A web page is considered mobile-friendly when a visitor to the site…
- can easily read the content of the site on any smartphone screen
- does not need to zoom-in or pinch the phone screen to read the text
- can navigate through the site with a finger (i.e. big buttons, easy-to-place cursor in forms, tap targets on page are appropriately spaced)
The definition of “mobile-friendly” is simple enough – your website needs to be readable and usable for people accessing your site on their smartphones.
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