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Monthly Archives: July 2008

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The Five Most Important Webmaster Guidelines

Webmaster guidelines play a major role in the SEO game because it helps you rank better in search results and also keeps your site from being banned by the search engines. Not following these roles will definitely hurt the traffic that comes from search engines.

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CubeStat Estimates the Value of Your Website

CubeStat estimates the value of your website as well as providing some meta and index information in a single report. The estimates are based on a “unique” algorithm that determines what a website’s net worth, daily page views, and daily ad revenues are. The report

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phpMyAdmin 2.11.8.1 Released Yesterday

. phpMyAdmin 2.11.8.1 was released yesterday. The main reason for the updated release is to patch bugs and security issues. There were some XSS problems reported by Aung Khant from the YGN Ethical Hacker Group. The two main fixes are both XSS related, one having

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Cuil Rethinks The Typical Search Results Layout

Cuil was released yesterday and has had a great deal of coverage already. Most of the coverage has been about its index size (121 billion) in comparison to Google’s (40 billion) as well as its search results in comparison to Google’s. So I’m sure most

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Opera Releases the Web Standards Curriculum

Opera has recently released its Web Standards Curriculum. With support already from the Yahoo! Developer Network, the Web Standards Project, and many universities, the current curriculum offers 23 articles with 30 more promised by September. There are articles that cover the topics of standards introduction,

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The Best Firefox Developer Extensions Around

Firefox offers a lot of advantages over other browsers, namely Internet Explorer. One of the greatest advantages it offers, is the ability to install add-ons. There are plenty of great plugins available for developers to use to help them make better websites and make them

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10 Great Facebook Developer Resources

Facebook just recently celebrated their one year anniversary for the release of their developer platform. The API was released on May 28, 2007 and has exploded with user applications since then. The application directory has tens of thousands of applications, some with over 1.5 million

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Free Media Streaming Software For Your Website

The web today is all about content, and Web 2.0 has pushed tons of user-generated content to the front stage, simultaneously opening many new possibilities for web technology. Whether you want your site to be the next YouTube, or simply want to embed and stream

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Web Hosting Companies Have Gone Green

Conserving energy has become a widely discussed topic that has evolved into a movement commonly referred to as “going green.” Major companies have started using and manufacturing more energy efficient equipment, hybrid cars have been engineered to reduce fuel consumption, and now web hosts have