How to specify your webpage’s language so Google Chrome doesn’t offer to translate it

Google Chrome currently requires several tags to make an (HTML5) document opt out of translation. Before doing this, you should be sure that you know your audience’s language, as otherwise it will prevent foreign sites from properly translating your site. The relevant tags are: <meta charset=”UTF-8″ /> <meta name=”google” content=”notranslate” /> <meta http-equiv=”Content-Language” content=”en_US” /> … Read more

Is the per-host connection limit raised with HTTP/2?

Browsers impose a per-domain limit of 6-8 connections when using HTTP/1.1, depending on the browser implementation. This allows at most 6-8 concurrent requests per domain. With HTTP/2, browsers open only 1 connection per domain. However, thanks to the multiplexing feature of the HTTP/2 protocol, the number of concurrent requests per domain is not limited to … Read more