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What is Google Site Kit?

Google Site Kit displays data from several Google tools and services, including: Google Analytics: Provides insights into website traffic, user behavior, and audience demographics. Google Search Console: Displays data on website visibility in Google search results, including the number of clicks, impressions, and position in search results for specific keywords. Google PageSpeed Insights: Displays data … Continued

How many file uploads can there be on a form?

The multi-file upload goes against accessibility best practices, however, you may use more than one file upload fields to allow for several files to be uploaded per form. You can add as many file upload fields as you need per form but the user cannot exceed 50MB per submission. We recommend limiting the size of … Continued

Who is eligible to receive a .gov domain?

Only U.S.-based government and public sector organizations are eligible to obtain a .gov domain. This includes any federal, state, local, or territorial government entity, or other publicly controlled entity. It also includes any tribal government recognized by the federal government or a state government. Eligibility is determined by the DotGov Program, which will be informed … Continued

Who hosts the .gov domain name?

The Domain Name System (DNS) is an internet service that translates your domain name (i.e. into an IP address. This makes it possible for people to access your website by typing in the domain name instead of the website’s IP address. This is often done through your domain registrar, like GoDaddy or NameCheap. Since … Continued

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