A beautifully developed website doesn’t matter if no one ever sees it. Incorporating structured data markup, according to standards from the Schema.org project, makes it easier for search engines to crawl your site. Although there’s no hard evidence that structured data markup directly improves search rankings, it can increase the number of referrals from search […]
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Views about blogging differ depending on who is looking. Many see it as some form of online diary where they are free to write anything, at any time, at any place. While this is essentially true, it is not accurate to say that bloggers are free as well from the technical challenges of maintaining a […]
Throughout the last two or so years there has been a major expansion on the sub-culture movement of planking. Primarily an online trend due to easy access to video and image sharing, you can find plenty of examples of teenagers laying flat in odd places all over the web. I will admit that this is […]
WordPress is the most popular CMS currently, WordPress focused entries garner more attention then other topics. Even though we like WordPress a lot or not, it’s always good to know what other options there are out there. I chose some of the most known one next to WordPress to the most obscure ones. Varying form […]
These blogging systems are definitely worth a look.
My favorite things in Wordpress 2.8.
Do you blog? These, my five favorite blogging tools, might just make your life a little easier.
Tips on formatting your blog posts to look better in RSS Readers.
Ah, RSS feeds- my favorite bit of “push” technology, where the good stuff comes to you, every day, several times a day. Current events, celebrity news, recipes, even Facebook updates, can all be delivered to one place, without having to browse or make new tabs. The question is, with so many wonderful sites out there, how […]
Lucinda shares 10 plugins that’ll crank up the functionality of your WordPress blog.
ICanLocalize offers a collection of plugins that can make it easier to use WordPress as a CMS, including translation mechanism and menu tools. Dustin takes a look.
The last set of Drupal client guides went over pretty well so we thought we’d follow up it with a couple more. This time we’ll tackle managing user accounts and checking out statistics.