Business / Search Engine Optimization (SEO) / Canonical URL: Many content management systems are configured with errors which cause duplicate or exceptionally similar content to get indexed under multiple URLs. Many webmasters use inconsistent link structures throughout their site that cause the exact same content to get indexed under multiple URLs. The canonical version of any URL is the single most authoritative version indexed by major search engines. Search engines typically use PageRank or a similar measure to determine which version of a URL is the canonical URL. Webmasters should use consistent linking structures throughout their sites to ensure that they funnel the maximum amount of PageRank at the URLs they want indexed. When linking to the root level of a site or a folder index it is best to end the link location at a / instead of placing the index.html or default.asp filename in the URL.
Business / Machine Shop / Knurling: The process of finishing a part by scoring (pressing) patterns on the surface of the work. MORE
Business / Machine Shop / Knurl: A decorative gripping surface of straight-line or diagonal design made by uniformly serrated rolls called knurls. MORE
Business / Real Estate / Uniform Residential Landlord And Tenant Act (URLTA): A uniform act intended to provide some consistency in regulating the relationship of landlord and tenant in residential leases. A number of states have adopted all or parts of the URLTA, or have enact MORE