January 2009

4 things to keep in mind while thinking of attaching a forum to your blog

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I love forums. I love to participate in them, and even more: I like to start them. If it weren’t for forums, I probably wouldn’t have ever gotten into web development, let alone blogging. I have ran forums in the past, and I take part in a few just about every time I go online. […]

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How can you meet the W3C Web Standards?

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Web accessibility is the practice of making sure your website content can be accessed and understood by as many visitors as possible, regardless of their physical ability or technological barriers. As a webmaster, you must ensure that your website can be viewed by both human visitors and Search Engine crawlers, and at times it can […]

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We are now offering Blogging Services!

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Hey All, Just want to let everyone now that Alex and I have officially launched the Services section here at Blogussion. It’s been there for a while, but since the migration was so hectic and busy – we never got around to fixing that up! We are currently offering Custom built + designed WordPress Themes, […]

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Why Google’s new favicon gets more attention than your blog

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As I’m sure you have noticed, Google has gotten a new favicon. It has gotten a lot of attention on the web, and even TechCrunch wrote a post about it. How is it that a stupid little thing such as a new favicon can spark so much discussion throughout the web? And why isn’t it […]

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What’s the key to Keywords?

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In relation to search engines, these are simple the words (or phrases) that the user is searching for. If the keywords occur in your pages you stand a good chance of turning up in the search engine results for that particular search. If they don’t, you won’t. Simple! Keywords can be used extensively to really […]

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