Since Google announced their initiative to include page experience KPIs in how they calculate search engine rankings, brands have been faced with the poor performance of their websites. Years of technical debt induced by feature development and optimization for delivery and shorter time to market are now taking their toll.
What many of us fail to read is the fine print of Google’s reasoning and recommendations around Core Web Vitals. We’re missing the fact that Core Web Vitals only impact ranking in mobile searches.
I recently migrated www.oprea.rocks from Gatsby.js to Hugo. My biggest complaint was not being able to remove the trailing slash on all pages. Assuming your website is on Netlify, here are the steps to remove trailing slashes on your Hugo website/blog.
Enable asset optimization on Netlify You can hand-pick your settings but for this purpose I left them all on — especially the “Pretty URLs” setting. That turns the HTML files generated by Hugo into nicely formatted URLs, but without that ugly, trailing slash.
If you’re just getting your hands dirty with Golang, and specifically with Gin, which is a web development framework, you might come across this specific warning:
[GIN-debug] [WARNING] Headers were already written. Wanted to override status code 400 with 200 Most likely, you’re trying to use BindJSON on a property that does not exist.
Here’s an example.
I’m building an analytics solution for weremote.eu and for its pageview counter, I wanted to also be able to pass in extra props besides the usual props such an event would carry.