Here is how to verify ownership of a site for bing in Google Domains
There are 3 options
Option 1: Place an XML file on your web server
Option 2: Copy and paste a
tag in your default webpage
Option 3: Add CNAME record to DNS
I chose option 3 (and it is the focus of this post) when I was verifying my ALinks4U.com domain for 2 reasons: (1) It doesn’t require to touch you website code and/or have access to your site’s filesystem (2) It is unique to Google Domains (vs other hosting platforms)
Verify ownership of a site for bing in Google Domains
Under Custom resource records add a new CNAME record
Back in the Bing Webmaster Console hit the Verify button. Please note that it might take some time for the DNS resolution to start working (took about 10 minutes for me)
That’s it, now your new site is verified by Bing and will be crawled and indexed and will appear in relevant search results. As an additional benefit, sites that are crawled by Bing are also indexed by DuckDuckGo.com
Verify ownership of a site for Bing in Google Domains was last modified: October 20th, 2018 by Ilya Reshetnikov
In order to ssh from Mac via socks proxy you will need to use ncat utility.
You will need to use ncat utility which is not available on OSx by default, and is not directly in homebrew, but you can get it by installing nmap (as nmap installation includes ncat utility with support of socks5)
Hi, I have a 7 years old son and wanted to introduce him to coding. So I have started to collect information about Apps, Sites and Games that can teach kids to code or introduce them to coding mindset. Below are the ones that I’ve found. Please help me and others by commenting here or contributing in the GitHub repository and recommending the ones that you are aware of and have used. Continue reading Sites and Games that teach kids to code→
Sites and Games that teach kids to code was last modified: October 8th, 2018 by Ilya Reshetnikov
Well, if you are looking at this post you (1) have your own domain name, (2) love using gmail and want to use it as to send and receive email for your domain and (3) prefer not to pay for this. If not the 3rd point you could easily do it using G-Suite (message me if you want to get a 20% discount code for your first year, as a comment here or on Twitter @IlyaReshet), but then you will have to pay $5/month, but fear not, there is a way to use Gmail with your own domain for free. Continue reading Use Gmail with your own domain for free→
Use Gmail with your own domain for free was last modified: October 18th, 2018 by Ilya Reshetnikov
When I came in they said “Hey looks like you have donated blood a lot of times before and currently we have plenty of your blood type in the bank, but would you consider donating plasma today?” I said why not , read some material, signed some forms and proceeded with it.
Later when I came to office (I did the donation 7:30AM on my way there, YES they open this early so there is no excuse not to donate) I decided to google how healthy it is to donate plasma vs regular blood donation.
So I’ve opened a new tab and typed “Is it healthy to” and here is what I’ve got as the suggested searches
I almost fell of my chair laughing. Is that what the general google search user in Australia is concerned about when it is regarding his/her health?!
Everyone attending the Google Cloud OnBoard in Sydney.had got an opportunity to get the GCP Essentials badge by completing a QwikLabs quest for free. I don’t have much time during the day or evening when at home, so I’ve decided I’ll complete the GCP Essentials quest on my daily commute to work.
I really enjoyed the Qwiklabs – GCP Essentials – Creating a Persistent Disk lab, but I think Qwiklabs could extend the lab a bit further by showing how the disk is persistent by blowing away a VM, starting a new one and reattaching the disk. So I decided to try it. You can follow the steps below to do just that.
The “Hello Node Kubernetes” lab went up until the point where I was supposed to browse to UI. I was required to provide the Kubernetes Dashboard Token
The lab says to run the
gcloud container clusters get-credentials command and then to start the proxy
kubectl proxy--port8081 after which you should be able to access the Kubernetes Dashboard UI at https://<YOUR_SPECIFIC_URL>.appspot.com/ui,