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No Ads On A Certain Author’s Posts

Hey, is it possible to disable ads on the posts of certain authors, for eg, I use Google ads, there are 3 users, a,b and c , is it possible to show ads only on a and b’s post but not on c’s posts Thx submitted by /u/CGEmonJ [link] [comments]

Need Ecommerce Forms Help

Hello! I am trying to build a form that will allow clients to buy multiple items and force them to go through and answer all the questions. So basically I want to be able to build a form that adds up the price of the multiple items they choose and allows them and forces them… Read More »Need Ecommerce Forms Help

Scholarship for bootcamp

FYI – just learned Uber is giving scholarships to people who want to take Ironhack’s bootcamps. Google it if you are interested submitted by /u/Still_Good9950 [link] [comments]

[For Hire] The only thing standing between you and that job interview is a strong resume. Let a professional resume writer help.

Hello Reddit, I’m James and I’m a former Recruiter and Professional Resume Writer. Over the course of my 13-year career, I’ve collectively screened, reviewed, and written over 100,000 resumes! The job market remains as competitive as ever and job seekers tell me that they’re applying to hundreds of positions with zero response. Needless to say,… Read More »[For Hire] The only thing standing between you and that job interview is a strong resume. Let a professional resume writer help.

I’ve seen many websites claim 57% of users leave a webpage that takes more than 3 seconds to load but I can’t find the original study. Does anyone have a good source for this?

Hello, I’m working on a research paper in the field of Website Preformance and I’ve found an article that claims that 57% of people leave websites that take longer than 3 seconds to load. This article cites no source for this claim but I imagine it was done in some sort of study. Another claim… Read More »I’ve seen many websites claim 57% of users leave a webpage that takes more than 3 seconds to load but I can’t find the original study. Does anyone have a good source for this?