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Some of you may have noticed my latest toy in the sidebar, this Alexa Widget: Now, a rank of 167k is nothing to be proud of and most sites would not want to publish such a poor score, however it is improving (it was 280k last week) and I like playing with Alexa. The reason [...]

NVU is a free (open source) alternative to DreamWeaver which allows WYSIWYG (graphical) editing of web pages. Whilst not as featureful as DreamWeaver, it will save you a lot of money! The main disadvantage of this product when compared to DreamWeaver is the absence of a split view, allowing simultaneous viewing of the graphical preview [...]

I was recently asked to write a script to re-submit information to a website automatically. The website in question was a business directory of sorts, which indexed listings according to the most recent update. I did not really want to do this and thought I would see if there was a FireFox plug-in that would [...]

I was reading an article on creating Favicons on HarpzOn.com, something I had been meaning to do for some time. Whilst HarpzOn shows where to download a professional icon generator in which you can edit images, I have always preferred to use Favicon From Pics. The reason I prefer Favicon From Pics is that it [...]

These are two of the best plug-ins I have seen for Firefox. Firebug allows you to view your site and and edit your code all in one browser tab. Mousing over elements on your page in this case the strapline: “Free Web Design and WebDevelopment” Highlights the relevant section of your code. Your code is [...]

In order to maximise Adsense earnings it is worth spending time experimenting to get the best return on your efforts! It is widely known that some Adwords pay very well, and others poorly, a subject a number of people have written about. A quick google for “Top Paying Adwords” or “Top Paying Keywords” will get [...]

What is your website worth, what would it cost to replace if the worst happened? These questions rarely seem to be asked by with regard to small semi professional sites. Whilst it is possible to insure business sites under umbrella policies, it is very difficult to insure a small media site for example. I have [...]

I have had a problem of late trying to hit keywords in one of my blog’s without degrading the quality of my content. This is a fairly common problem with SEO, the general consensus being that you should write for your readers, not for search engines. That is easier said than done, it is a [...]

Why would you want to run a blog on your PC? To experiment on it, test plug ins, and make modifications without bringing down your website! A lot of people don’t realise that you can run Web-Applications on a PC as opposed to the Internet, from where you can modify and test your application before [...]

Alexa is a traffic monitoring system that collects data about which sites users visit. It does this by getting users to install a toolbar into Internet Explorer. This toolbar sends data to Alexa about which site you are visiting allowing Alexa to track how many visitors a site receives. Alexa then sends back a ranking [...]

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