Earn or Redeem Points at these 12 Hotels with Bunk Beds

As families begin to consider traveling for the summer, there are plenty of hotel options that cater to those with kids in tow. Whether you’re hoping to redeem hotel points or looking to accumulate more, these hotel rooms — tailored especially to families — have you covered. Here are just some of the hotels with…

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How to Make the Most of Qantas Airlines First Class

U.S.-based travelers may not be as familiar with Qantas’ incredible products, including its well-regarded first class. With some great route and redemption options and premium service, it would be a mistake to pass on Qantas Airlines first class if given the opportunity. Here’s what you need to know before flying Qantas’ most premium class. What…

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What Is a Fuel Surcharge for Airlines and Should I Care?

Points and miles are a great way to travel cheaply, but if you’re not careful, your award ticket can come with steep airline fuel surcharges. Here’s what you need to know to avoid the unpleasant surprise of a big fuel surcharge on your next award flight. An overview What is a fuel surcharge? An airline…

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Google Will Prefetch Websites Built Using Signed Exchanges

Jeffery Jose, Google Product Manager, not only announced that the page experience update is coming to desktop at Google I/O but also announced that “Google Search will prefetch websites built using signed exchanges.” He said this was announced earlier this year but can make a huge difference with your core web vitals scores.

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Google: AJAX Crawling Scheme For Search Not Supported Again

The AJAX crawling schema has like nine lives, it has died many deaths but has kept coming back. The latest, John Mueller of Google said last week that “we dropped support for AJAX crawling a while ago, and now just index / render #! URLs directly.” But just a reminder, it died in 2015, 2017, 2018 and in 2020 it still lived on, a bit.

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