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Search engines, such as Google, constantly crawl the internet in search of new data as a source for their search results. The robots.txt file tells search engine bots, known as crawlers, which pages to request to view from your online store. All Shopify stores have a default robots.txt file that's optimal for Search Engine Optimization (SEO).

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This is an unsupported customization. Shopify Support can't help with edits to the robots.txt.liquid file. If you need to edit your robots.txt.liquid file, then you can hire a Shopify expert to edit the code for you. Incorrect use of the feature can result in loss of all traffic.

Pagination is an ordered numbering of pages usually located at the top or bottom of a webpage. These ordered page numbers enable users to navigate through a series of pages where content has been split up for design purposes, usability, faster loading, and so on. Splitting products, blog articles, and search results across multiple pages is a necessary part of theme design, as you are limited to 50 results per page in any forloop.

A collection list is a page that displays all the collections in a store. In this example, the collection name will be displayed, as well as a featured image for the collection, if one has been uploaded. By default, the list-collections.liquid file will output the collections in alphabetical order.

The eventoccurrences object allows you to access a collection of event occurrences objects. You can order the event occurrences and specify a date range for the occurrences to retrieve, and achieve pagination as well by using liquid filters

Provides the ability to access and render Forums and Forum Threads. The ability to use liquid to render forum data extends to posts, but to create a new post or thread, you must use an ASP.NET multistep forms Page Template with said functionality built in (such as the default Forum Thread and Forum Post Page Templates).

We report the results of a search for axionlike dark matter using nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) techniques. This search is part of the multifaceted Cosmic Axion Spin Precession Experiment program. In order to distinguish axionlike dark matter from magnetic fields, we employ a comagnetometry scheme measuring ultralow-field NMR signals involving two different nuclei (C13 and H1) in a liquid-state sample of acetonitrile-2-C13 (C13H3CN). No axionlike dark matter signal was detected above the background. This result constrains the parameter space describing the coupling of the gradient of the axionlike dark matter field to nucleons to be gaNN

Limits on the coupling of nucleons with the gradient of the axion field (a) and with the gradient of the square of the axion field (b). The red region shows the parameter space excluded by this Letter (CASPEr ZULF comagnetometer) at the 95% confidence level. The region excluded by the PSI neutron EDM experiment is shown in light blue and is surrounded by black dashed line [32]. The improved region obtained with this work is depicted with black slash lines. The dashed red line shows the projected sensitivity of our system using PHIP (parahydrogen-induced polarization, with a projected 105 enhancement factor in the signal to noise ratio) [59]. The orange region shows the limits given by the CASPEr ZULF sideband experiment [37], including the projected sensitivity (dashed orange line). Other shaded regions depict constraints from supernova energy-loss bounds (SN1987A, green) [56, 57], and laboratory searches for new spin-dependent forces (yellow, 95% confidence level) [58].

Liquid is a templating language that you can use in Looker to create more dynamic content. For example, you could build URLs to external tools based on the results of a query, or change which database table is queried based on a user's selection.

In this example of label usage, the email dimension changes its label value depending on the LookML model name. This will dynamically change the name of the field in the field picker and in any query results that include the email dimension:

Use the format view_name.field_name._liquid-variable-name to access other fields from the same row in the query result. Replace _liquid-variable-name with any of the Looker Liquid variables. Make sure the variable name is preceded by an underscore if it isn't normally, like these:

When you reference another field with the field_name._value Liquid variable syntax, the referenced field is added to the SELECT clause of the SQL query and added as an additional column in the GROUP BY clause. This is necessary to properly retrieve the values in the referenced field. However, it can cause unexpected results in aggregate measures. For more information, see the section on using Liquid variables in aggregate measures on this page.

One option to stop this from happening is to use the row[] function with the Liquid variable, which pulls its value from the rendered results in the browser and therefore does not add the referenced field into the SQL query:

Background: Liquid-based cervical cytology was developed to improve the diagnostic reliability of Papanicolaou (Pap) smears. Conventional Pap smears can have false-negative and false-positive results because of inadequate sampling and slide preparation, and errors in laboratory detection and interpretation. However, liquid-based cytology rinses cervical cells in preservatives so that blood and other potentially obscuring material can be separated. It also allows for additional testing of the sample, such as for human papillomavirus (HPV). The comparative accuracy of each technique has been studied extensively and has yielded conflicting results; recent systematic reviews reported that there is no convincing evidence to recommend one technique over the other. Siebers and colleagues designed this prospective study to compare the histologic detection rates and positive predictive values of conventional Pap smears and liquid-based cervical cytology.

The Study: This randomized controlled trial involved Dutch women 30 to 60 years of age. The Dutch cervical screening program tests women every five years; sampling is done by family physicians. Family medicine practices associated with the clinical study sites were randomly assigned to perform conventional Pap smears or liquid-based cytology (Thin-Prep) for all participating patients. Informed refusal was offered at each site; otherwise, all women screened at the participating practices were included in the study. Women with abnormal screening results were followed for 18 months, with clinically appropriate histologic testing (with colposcopy and biopsy) or repeat cervical cytology. The primary outcome was the ratio of detection rates (relative sensitivity) of histologically confirmed cervical intraepithelial neoplasia (CIN) or cervical carcinoma between the two screening tests. Secondary outcomes addressed relative specificity, which was determined by the ratios of the positive predictive values of each test for increasing degrees of dysplasia (CIN 1 or low-grade squamous intraepithelial lesions [SIL]; CIN 2 or high-grade SIL).

Family practice personnel were instructed in the proper collection and handling techniques for their assigned screening test, and cytotechnologists and pathologists were trained in processing and evaluating the liquid-based cytology tests. Gynecologists, pathologists, and laboratory technicians involved in the follow-up and review of histology and cytology were all blinded to the type of cytology used and initial test result.

Results: Approximately 84,000 women were evaluated from 246 family practices participating in the trial. In this intention-to-treat analysis, 45,818 liquid-based cytology tests and 38,504 conventional Pap smears were reviewed. Several of the large, urban practices were assigned to the liquid-based cytology group, which accounted for the difference in sample sizes. Among 2,474 persons with abnormal results, 1,918 (77.5 percent) had low-grade lesions and 556 (22.5 percent) had high-grade SIL or above. Abnormalities were detected at statistically similar rates between the two screening tests at all levels.

Conclusion: The authors conclude that conventional Pap smears and liquid-based cytology screening tests have equivalent detection ratios and positive and negative predictive values for detecting CIN or cervical cancer.

The reports in each section allow you to monitor and troubleshoot a number of vital factors that affect search performance, such as: issues with indexing or crawlability, whether mobile usability is up to scratch (an important ranking factor), whether Core Web Vitals need improvement (coming soon as a ranking factor), and which keywords are driving traffic to your site, to name just a few.

Those of you already familiar with Google Analytics may be wondering how the data and reports in Search Console are different. The main difference to remember is that Google Analytics provides metrics on the behaviour of users once they are on your site and which traffic sources they came from, whereas Google Search Console focuses solely on the performance of your website in terms of discoverability and appearance in Google search results.

For beginners looking to develop an SEO strategy, the Search Results report, under the Performance menu, is a great place to begin. The reports here are less to do with technical SEO aspects, instead providing insight into how many people have seen your site in search results, which pages they clicked through to, and which search queries they used to discover you.

Looking at the Pages report, identify Pages that have a high number of impressions but a low click through rate. If pages are getting a high number of impressions but nobody is clicking through, this indicates room for optimisation of the search page result (SERP) snippet appearance. In the screenshot below there are plenty of candidates for such improvements.

An organic snippet is the information about your site shown on search engine results pages. The snippet consists of a Title Tag, URL and Meta Description and serves as a little advert for your page. Amongst all the competition, it needs to stand out and seem enticing, therefore your Title Tag and Meta Description should be working hard to drive clicks through to your page. Read our article on optimising Title tags and Meta Descriptions for guidance. 041b061a72


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