Tag archive for "seo"
Today I have released version 0.2.1 of django-webmaster-verification. I never took the time to write a post about it, so here you go. The Django application helps to quickly register with various webmaster tools like: Google Webmaster Tools Bing Webmaster Tools Yandex Webmaster Tools Majestic SEO Alexa These tools can ... more
I'm concerned that converting to a Drupal will cause a neg result in SEO... any thoughts?
Hi guys, is SEO any different at all when doing it for an adult type website. I dont mean porn ...
Why would SEO be a scam?
I assume google would treat '?cow=chicken&duck=moose' the same as '?duck=moose&cow=chicken' ? sometimes arguments get applied in a different order is ...
If you build WordPress theme you'll eventually come to the point where you want to minify the stylesheets. But the WordPress theming system has a fundamental flaw: It expects theme headers like name, version information etc. to be in the style.css. This is bad because removing the headers from the ... more
This is a new plugin of mine that will turn many existing WordPress blogs and their themes into Ajax-powered blogs. The best way to see what this plugin does is to look at the live demo. The theme on that site wasn't tweaked at all to make the Ajax functionality ... more
I like WordPress, but I don't like the WordPress page system at all. That's why I recently converted all my plugin pages to posts. My main reasons for doing so were: Pages can't be tagged Pages don't have categories Pages and posts don't mix too well in custom loops Pages ... more
Are you having problems with mount points in Typo3? Do you get errors like Illegal Mount Point found in rootline or The requested page didn't have a proper connection to the tree-root!, especially when you select the Substitute Mount Point (this page) with Mounted page option? Assuming you did read ... more
Using the canonical hostname for websites isn't an obvious problem. After all, who really cares if your site is accessible at www.domain.com and domain.com? Search engines, for example, could penalize you for having the same content on both domains. I think that today they are smart enough to discover this ... more