I hate to admit but I find myself facing this dilemma on and off all the time. It just bugs me sometimes wondering what are the best definition of a category and for a tag, and how should I catergorize or “tagerize” them. [Read more…]
Archives for October 2007
Just wondering if the so popular share this wordpress plugin would cause any harm to a site’s search engine ranking. The reason of bringing this up is due to the fact that I’ve installed it, and the “share this” link of the plugin (located at the end of each post) brings you to a seperate page where you have the option to bookmark a post to a social network, or email it to your uncle on the moon. [Read more…]
Apart from Medicare whereby the Federal Government of Australia helps in fundng the medical expenses for its citizens and permanent residents, you can provide yourself with more cover by buying a private health insurance in Australia. [Read more…]
Windows keyboard shortcuts, or Windows Hotkeys are basically a combination of keys when press together will trigger a Windows task that will otherwise require few mouse movements or mouse clicks to complete.
Using shortcut keys can speed up your daily task and greatly enhance your performance and experience with Windows Vista. Do note that most of these shortcut keys also applies to Windows 2000, Windows XP and Windows Server.
Driven by the great resource boom and widening interest from foreign funds to gain a higher yield and return, the Aussie dollar has today set a new record. The Australian dollar rose above 92 U.S. cents to hit a fresh 23.5 year high. [Read more…]
I first came across modules while learning visual basic 6 a few years ago and the same concept applies in the newer visual studios versions as well (2003, 2005, 2008). The explanation and example of what a module is below (by Madboy of VBForums) is perhaps the easiest to understand.
If you want to see more green on your pagerank and you are using WordPress to run a blog, you can utilize some plugins to help you get the job done. My all time favorite plugins for SEO purposes are all listed in my top 10 most wanted wordpress plugin page.
As always, your aims are: To gain a good pagerank so that you stand a higher chance to be listed on the first few pages on a google search result page (SERP), and thus stand a higher chance to get a visitor to your site.
WordPress is undeniably one of the best free software/script you can get today to act either as a blogging system or as a CMS to manage your website content. The following plugins are 10 of the most useful wordpress plugins that can be used to improve productivity and SEO so you can concentrate more effort into writting good content. [Read more…]
The wordpress team are really a bunch of smart and hardworking people. No longer than 2 days afeter they releaed the release candiidate 1 for worpress 2.3.1, they have now made an official release for a stable release of WordPress 2.3.1
Apparently, there was a major security issue with XSS with WordPress 2.3.
An XSS problem that can be exploited if your php setup has register_globals enabled. For this reason, upgrading to 2.3.1 is advised.
If you are using Apache/PHP/MySQL, this is an error message which you can often see and can occur for a couple of reason.
1. The error is generated by the Apache server. The SSI module in the Apache is activated and you have into your page something that resemble to a directive for the SSI. In this situation the Apache will try to interpret that part of your page but fails with the reported error message.
Read more at http://httpd.apache.org/docs/2.0/howto/ssi.html#config
2. In my personal experience, you are trying to send an email using your own scripting language (like php mail function), and there is a default timeout set in php.ini. Usually, when you have a huge amount of emails to send (for example, sending emails to all forum members), you may get this message since the timeout has been reached and no more emails will be sent. It may also be due to the fact that your webhost has set a limit on how many emails you are able to send in an hour.
In most cases, you should seek help from your webhost as they know more about what to do. Let them know what you were trying to do when you got this error message. I’ve had luck with my webhost and they were able to increase my initially 50 emails per hour to 500 emails per hour.