When I installed Firefox 3.5 last week I was immediately impressed by one of its improvements: When viewing the source code of a Web page URLs in that source are now underlined and clickable. And the best news is when you click on a link you’ll get to see that page or file! Wow, very […]Continue Reading →
After following the beta development and testing it on another domain, I went ahead the other day and installed WordPress 2.7 RC1 here on my blog. Furthermore, I updated my blog’s theme to take advantage of the new features WordPress 2.7 offers such as threaded comments (where one can reply to individual comments).
Thank you, […]Continue Reading →
Did you know that there is a difference between off page optimization and on page optimization? Yes, there is. And what I will talk about here has to do with optimizing with “on page” techniques. These are simple remedies to increase your traffic.
You already know how important keywords are in your copy. That almost […]Continue Reading →
“Empty space? What’s that?” you may ask. “Is it like “dead air” on radio or television? You know, when the sound and picture cuts off on your TV and you’re just sitting there staring at a blank screen?”
No, that’s not empty space. That’s just plain dead air. Dead air is bad. Empty space is […]Continue Reading →
I will offer some opinions here, and you can take them or leave them. However, due to my experience (and actual tests run), I hope you will take what I have to say to heart! :-)
What is it that gets visitors to your Web site to stay there, browsing, looking and buying? Is it […]Continue Reading →
I exclusively use the Firefox browser for more than three years now. It never ceases to amaze me. It’s fast, it’s reliable, it’s safe. And Firefox is predictable in terms of coding.
What I mean is when you know how to code (html, css, that sort of thing) and you do it correctly, the Firefox […]Continue Reading →