Archive for November, 2006

WordPress Post W3C Complier Plugin:
Monday, November 27th, 2006

I just converted a clients blog from a MyST Blogsite hosted solution to WordPress. There were 950 posts in 6 categories and there were a number of tags and URL & in the posts that didn’t validate W3C for the XHTML 1.0 strict doctype.
So I had one of my coders code up a plugin [...]

Matt Wilson:
Saturday, November 25th, 2006

A coder named Matt Wilson aka shadda on EFnet with a PayPal account company of Codus Web Design ripped me off for $80 so I though I would post this warning just in case you are considering doing business with him. The PayPal account is using shadda@gmail.com as an email.
Feel free to tell Matt [...]

Smaller Stock Charts for Top Search Engines:
Tuesday, November 21st, 2006
Search Engine Stocks: Google, Yahoo, Microsoft, AOL, & Ask Stock Charts
Tuesday, November 21st, 2006

The following 5 companies represent the top search engines.
GOOG Google owns Search Engine google.com

YHOO Yahoo owns Search Engine search.yahoo.com

MSFT Microsoft owns Search Engine live.com

TWX AOL Time Warner owns Search Engine search.aol.com

IACI Interactive owns Search Engine ask.com

WordPress Force Word Wrapping Plugin:
Monday, November 13th, 2006

Well I guess this is WordPress Plugin day. I noted the other day in in my Long URLs Break Layout post that long URLs break tabled layout. The Tabled layout I was having problems with wasn’t was in WordPress so you will see in the Long URLs Break Layout post I had to [...]

Long URLs Break Layout:
Saturday, November 11th, 2006

While setting up a site to display a news RSS feed and I found that Tables don’t handle extra long URLs very well. They stretch the TD cell and break your design. So much for doing markup with tables.
With your markup in CSS you can handle it a bit better.
Here is a long [...]

Gmail Java Client:
Sunday, November 5th, 2006

Google Inc. has just announced the released its newest mobile client – Gmail for mobile devices. It is fast and free, with features and an interface designed specifically for handheld devices.
The application brings not just the usual email messages but a whole other suite of features that used to be just available on the [...]

Human Powered Search Engine:
Sunday, November 5th, 2006

ChaCha is the first ever human powered search engine which is currently going through its Alpha experimental testing. It is different than all other traditional search engines because it lets a ‘human’ guide to perform the search for you.
ChaCha is currently powered by almost 15,000 knowledgeable humans. When search queries are entered into the [...]

Copyright Claim Procedure:
Saturday, November 4th, 2006

If you want to check to see if some one is copying your content from your WeBsite you can use Copyscape. The same company also offers Copysentry a product that will detect the plagiarism automatically and email you. This service is $4.95/mon for 10 pages and $0.25/mon per extra page for weekly checks. [...]

Link Building Report:
Friday, November 3rd, 2006

Eric Ward is publishing a monthly how-to report on the art of link building and publicity for web content. The first issue is free and after that the price is $149 a year for 12 issues. You can sign up for the Free Trial and you will get a taste from what can [...]