Google just made a policy change that is bound to make web publishers happy — they often don’t make announcements about product and policy changes and users are left to their own devices to eventually figure it out.
This is the reason why there are hundreds of web publications dedicated to documenting changes and updates to Google search and ad products. Most of these publications depend on lucky breaks — accidental discoveries, word sent in by insiders, and tips by users.
We recently found out about an important policy update in Google AdSense via one of the aforementioned means; these are important changes, and as far as we can tell, no one has or is covering them.

Visual Proof of Policy Change

You can view the exact changes that have been made to the ad serving policies by clicking on the two images below; the older image is a screenshot from 10/08/2016 and the other image contains the new policy.

Detailed Account of Policy Change

Here are the text excerpts of the old policy, which has now been removed, and the new policy that has been introduced in its place.

> Old (obsolete) policy: Ad limit per page

Currently, on each page AdSense publishers may place:
  • Up to three AdSense for content units
  • Up to three link units
  • Up to two search boxes
Publishers may not place more than one “large” ad unit per page. We define a “large” ad unit as any unit similar in size to our 300×600 format.
Go here to read the full text on Wayback Machine.

> New policy: Valuable inventory

Advertising and other paid promotional material added to your pages should not exceed your content.
Furthermore, the content you provide should add value and be the focal point for users visiting your page.
For this reason, we may limit or disable ad serving on pages with little to no value and/or excessive advertising until changes are made. Examples of unacceptable pages include but are not limited to:
  • Mirroring, framing, scraping or rewriting of content from other sources without adding value;
  • Pages with more advertising than publisher-provided content;
  • Automatically generated content without manual review or curation;
  • Hosted ad pages or pages without content;
  • Pages that don’t follow our Webmaster Quality Guidelines.
Source page for new policy.

Summary of Policy Changes

  1. You can now place more than 3 ad units on a web page.
  2. You can now place more than one large (> 300×600) ad unit on a web page.
  3. Policies still only allows one 320×100 ad unit above the fold on mobile. Below the fold, however,  there is no limit now.

What This Means for You

Generally speaking, this is a relaxation of policies. If you’ve ever used AdX, you’d know that one of the selling points for its use tends to be about how you can place more than 3 ad units on a page — well, now you can do it with AdSense as well.
The new policy seems to be more about subjective evaluation of content dubbed “valuable inventory” and its usefulness to users instead of a having rigid set of rules to abide by.
It’s not hard to speculate why Google would make such a move — publishers have been having a hard enough time as it is dealing with ad blockers and falling revenues, and these particular set of policies were at the top of the list of reasons that led to account suspensions.
This is pretty simple. At first sign in to your Blogger account and create a new page and copy the page URL in your clipboard.
Then go to Google Custom Search engine page and sign in with your Google Account.
Click the link that says New Search Engine.
Now add your blog URL (http:// is optional) and Create new search engine. Now expand Edit Search Engine from left pane and go to Look and Feel.

Now select Two Page and don’t forget to press the Save button each time after making any kind of change. From here, you can change the theme, color etc.
After doing everything, click on Save & Get Code. Now press the button, which says Search Results Details. Here you have to paste the page URL what you have made in your blogger account (in the first step).
Now the current page will show you some lines of code for Search box. Copy them and paste them where you would like to show the search box. I prefer sidebar-above-fold.
Now go to the next page and copy all the lines of code and paste them in the search result page in your blogger account. Make sure that you are on HTML view.
Now save your changes.
Check my one here.

Getting Apache on Your System

If you have BackTrack running on your system, Apache is already installed. Many other Linux distros have it installed by default as well. If you don't have Apache installed, you can download and install the LAMP stack.
LAMP is an acronym for Linux, Apache, MySQL, PERL, and PHP. These are the most widely used tools for developing websites in the Linux world, and they're very popular in the Microsoft world too, only it's generally referred to as WAMP, where the W simply stands for Windows.
Simply download this LAMP stack and install it on your system, and then I will take you through the care and feeding of your LAMP stack to serve up webpages. In addition, we'll download and install a website that we can use for web and database hacking in future tutorials.

Step 1: Start Your Apache Daemon

The first step, of course, is to start our Apache daemon. In BackTrack, go theBackTrack -> Services -> HTTPD and click on apache start.

Step 2: Open the Default Website

Now that Apache is running, it should be able to serve up its default webpage. Let's type http://localhost/ in your favorite web browser.

Step 3: Open the Index.html File

Apache's default webpage is /var/www/index.html. We can edit that file and get Apache to serve up whatever webpage we want, so let's create our own.
Use any text editor you please, including vi, gedit, Kate, KWrite, emacs, etc. For demonstration purposes here, I'll open the /var/www/index.html withKWrite.
Note here that the default webpage has exactly the text that was displayed when we opened our browser to localhost, but in html format. All we need to do is edit this file to have our web server display the information we want.

Step 4: Add Some Html

Now that we have the web server running and the index file open, we can add whatever text we'd like the web server to serve up. We will create some simple html blocks.
Let's serve up this page:
<html>
<body>
<h1> This Blog is Best! </h1>
<p> If you are new to hacking, harshmanvar's blog</p>
<p>world is the best place to learn hacking!</p>
</body>
</html>
Now, save this file and close KWrite.

Step 5: Let's See What Happens

Now that we have saved our /var/www/index.html file, we can check to see what Apache will serve up. Navigate your browser once again to http://localhost.

Step 6: Download & Install DVWA

Now that we have our web server up and running, we want to download and install a website designed especially for hacking, known as the Damn Vulnerable Web Application or DVWA. Let's download it from here, then unzip it. To unzip it, type:
  • unzip DVWA-1.0.8.zip -d /var/www
Next, we need to change permissions to give us (root) execute permissions.
  • chmod 755 DVWA-1.0.8

How to Install Free SSL/TLS

So I had my nice little NginX server set up and all I had to do was the following:
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sudo apt-get install git
git clone https://github.com/letsencrypt/letsencrypt
cd letsencrypt
./letsencrypt-auto --help
This installed the per-requisites and the LetsEncrypt app. They have two options for installing the certs, one is a standalone method, and the other is a “webroot” plugin. The standalone method requires you to stop your server, while the webroot option will do it with the server running. I wasn’t too worried about stopping things so I simply ran:
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sudo /home/web/.local/share/letsencrypt/bin/letsencrypt certonly --webroot -w /var/www/html -d jeremymorgan.com -d www.jeremymorgan.com
This created my certs.
Now, since I’m running NginX I had to make the following changes to my site config:
(/etc/nginx/sites-available/default)
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server {
    listen              443 ssl;
    server_name         www.jeremymorgan.com jeremymorgan.com;
    ssl_certificate     /etc/letsencrypt/live/jeremymorgan.com/fullchain.pem;
    ssl_certificate_key /etc/letsencrypt/live/jeremymorgan.com/privkey.pem;
    ssl_trusted_certificate = /etc/letsencrypt/live/jeremymorgan.com/chain.pem
    ssl_protocols       TLSv1.1 TLSv1.2;
    ssl_ciphers         HIGH:!aNULL:!MD5;
}
And restarted it.
Is that it? Yes that really is it.
Now I have a nice little green lock there. Not much different than the last cert I had:
I am still using some outdated TLS, but I’m going to play around with it in the coming days, and set up an auto-renew for it.
Let me start the topic with some questions. Is it possible to install Windows 10 on Mac OS? Do you know how to install Windows 10 on Mac OS? Does it need many requirements? I’m going to tell you the answer to all these questions. Yes, it’s possible to install Windows on Mac operating system. There are two main ways that Windows 10 can be installed on Mac OS.
  1. Without Boot Camp
  2. With Boot Camp
If you want to install Windows 10 on Mac OS, there are two ways. First using boot camp and without boot camp.

Install Windows 10 on Mac Without Boot Camp

Once you have created a bootable USB flash drive for Windows then download the “Boot Camp driver” for Windows. For the first time when you install Windows on Mac so the “Internet, sound, graphics, and other drivers is disabled” and they are not working. You Have to download it, after installation of Windows 10. You have to install the drivers using boot camp.
Warning: Here I’m going to have a clean installation of Windows 10 on Mac computer. It means that I’m going to remove the full hard drive of my Mac computer.
Now that you have a bootable USB flash drive insert it to the laptop USB port. Restart your device then press and hold the “Option Key” from the keyboard. You have to continue holding the option key until you see the USB flash drive and Mac hard disk.
Press and Hold the Option Key
Press and Hold the Option Key
After holding the option key a screen will be shown to you. Choose the USB flash drive and hit enter.
Choose USB Flash Drive
Choose USB Flash Drive
After these steps, it’s very easy and simple. If you know the Windows 10 Installation. This is going to work very easily. Now, choose the Language and hit “Next” button.
Choose Language and Keyboard
Choose Language and Keyboard
Click “Install Now“.
Installing Windows 10 on Mac
Installing Windows 10 on Mac
Read the License terms then Check the box “I Accept the license Terms”. Click on “Next” button.
Accept License Agreement
Accept License Agreement
Now Choose a type of installation that you want. I am going to install Windows 10 on a Mac computer, so I can’t choose upgrade because I haven’t installed an OS to upgrade it. When you Choose Upgrade, all the files, settings, and application are moved to the next Windows with this options. If you select “Custome” all the files, settings, and applications aren’t moved to the next Windows. All the Windows settings will be removed and you have to do all the stuff by yourself. Now, I want to click on “Custom Installation”.
Clean Installation of Windows 10 on Mac
Clean Installation of Windows 10 on Mac
Here, I’m going to format all the drivers and have clean installation of Windows 10 on Mac computer. If you fortam all the drivers, so everthing inside your computer will be erased. Be carefull that you had to backed up everything. To delete the drivers, simply select the drive then hit the delete button.
Formatting Drivers
Formatting Drivers
As you can see the screenshot below, I have deleted all the drivers. Now, I  have only a driver to Install Windows 10 on Mac computer.
Drivers are Formated
Drivers are Formated
This process is going to take some minutes and your computer will restart during installation for several times. When all the features installed, take your USB flash drive off from the computer.
Installing Windows 10
Installing Windows 10
Your computer will restart for several times and don’t worry about it. After restarting your computer for several times, you will see the screenshot below. Here you will be asked to enter the Windows 10 product key. If you have purchased this operating system so just enter the product key. Otherwise, choose “Do this later“.
Skip Windows 10 Product Key
Skip Windows 10 Product Key
You will be prompted  “Get going fast” window. Here you have two ways to do the work. The first way is custom Setting and the second way is express Setting. I prefer to use the “Express Setting“.
Use Express Settings
Use Express Settings
This is the last step for this demonstration. In ” Create an account for this PC “, you have to enter your account info like the screenshot below. Finally, click Next button on the bottom right-hand side.
Create User Account
Create User Account

How to Install Windows 10 Drivers on Mac OS?

To install Windows 10 Drivers on Mac OS, First download the Bootcamp software from the link above.Now, wait for some minutes then the Windows will be installed on your Mac computer. copy the bootcamp software that you have download on the first step of this article. Click on the bootcamp setup then install.
Install Windows 10 Drivers on Mac OS
Install Boot Camp on Windows 10
Once you installed the bootcamp sofware then this software is going to install most of the Windows 10 drivers on Mac computer. These drivers are “Wi-Fi or Internet, Graphic, Sound, Mous, etc”.

Installing Windows 10 Drivers on Mac OS
Installing Windows 10 Drivers on Mac OS
Here is the preview or screenshot of installing Windows 10 on Mac laptop.
Installed Windows 10 on Mac OS