Plugins, Wordpress

WordPress Plugin to Generate 1000′s of Free Backlinks (Link Exchange)

Posted on 23 May 2012

WP-Backlink-Exchange Mofiki’s WordPress Backlink Exchange is a plugin for WordPress websites and blogs that will create thousands of backlinks to your site. Mofiki’s WordPress Backlink Excange plugin is a widget that you can place anywhere on your site (that accepts a widget). As long as the widget can be verified through our servers (checked every [...] Continue Reading

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WordPress Plugins

How to Create a WordPress Plugin

Posted on 29 April 2012

Creating a WordPress plugin is not as hard as it might seem.  Of course creating the actual function of the plugin does take a little research and practice depending on your skill level.  This particular tutorial will be simply creating a plugin that does nothing but will show up as a plugin within your WordPress [...] Continue Reading

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Plugins

Digital Tweaker’s WordPress Author Box Plugin

Posted on 23 April 2012

For those that have WordPress blogs that have multiple authors or just the occasional guest blogger Digital Tweaker’s “Author Box Plugin” is what you need. I have many blogs and article websites that have multiple authors and the author box plugin makes it easy to give credit to those that write the article. DT’s Author [...] Continue Reading

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Search Engine Optimization

Why Does My Website Need Search Engine Optimization?

Posted on 09 February 2012

Most web traffic currently comes from major commercial search engines like Google, Bing and Yahoo. If these search engines cannot find your website or read the content from it correctly you will miss out on the traffic that these sources generate. Most of the search engine traffic will be web surfers that haven’t heard of [...] Continue Reading

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AJAX

Creating an XMLHttpRequest Object

Posted on 05 February 2012

Browsers IE7+, Firefox, Chrome, Safari and Opera at this point have built in what is called the XMLHttpRequest object. This XMLHttpRequest object is used to send a receive data with a server in the background making it possible to update sections of a web page without reloading the browser window. Proper Syntax for creating an [...] Continue Reading

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AJAX

Using AJAX to create a Simple Application

Posted on 05 February 2012

As stated in earlier posts AJAX is a technique and not a new programming language for creating fast and dynamic web pages. Here we will show an ajax application that will simply change data on a page when a button is clicked. The application will contain one DIV section and a button that when clicked [...] Continue Reading

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AJAX

What is AJAX and how does it Work?

Posted on 05 February 2012

First thing that you need to know about Ajax is that it is to be used by those that already have at least some working knowledge of HTML/XHTML, CSS and Javascript/DOM. Ajax stands for “Asynchronous Javascript and XML and is a not a language but technique used to create dynamic and fast webpages. Ajax allows [...] Continue Reading

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Web Design

[Entertainment] Funny Things that Siri Says

Posted on 23 October 2011

One thing that Apple did get right is "Siri" the personal assistant that will hold a conversation with its users. Siri says some really funny stuff. Continue Reading

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Online Advertising

What is the Highest Paying CPM Network?

Posted on 10 October 2011

We have been using Contextweb for a few months now on other websites making around $12 a day per site with around 3k pageviews. Continue Reading

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Hosting

How Much Bandwidth Does Your Website Need?

Posted on 09 September 2011

One of the most common concerns people have when deciding to host a web site is figuring out how much bandwidth they'll need. Get too little bandwidth and you might be hit with overage fees or have your web site shut off altogether. Continue Reading

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