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The two small tips that we’ll give you today will make your WordPress better and more fair. The first tip deals with the NoFollow HTML attribute in the comments that automatically considers every person that comments a spammer. The second tip turns off the Pingbacks generated by your own WordPress. This way your WordPress won’t annoy you whenever you link to an internal article. But more importantly; the people that comment on your article will be valued a bit more, which they will surely appreciate. Tip No. 1: Remove the NoFollow Attribute NoFollow is colloquial for the HTML attribute rel=”nofollow”, which can be used to mark links. It makes sure that Google doesn’t use these links to calculate the linked website’s link popularity. This label for hyperlinks was created by Google in cooperation with MSN and Yahoo, on the 18th of January 2005. Even today, it’s still the cause of controversial debates among webmasters. The Function of the NoFollow Attribute This attribute was created to gain control over comment spam on weblogs and forums. Spammers tried over and over to increase their link popularity and page rank with links that are automatically posted in the comments. This was supposed to […]* You might also be interested in the following articlesTwo Fresh Solutions for Code Display in WordPressIntegrating Social Media into WordPress: Plugins You Cannot Live…Fit for Google Search: Using Rich Snippets in WordPressWordPress 4.1 for Theme Developers: Life Became EasierHow To Improve Your Ranking: 5 Quick SEO TipsInside WordPress: An Introduction to Custom Post Types
If you want your next email campaign to stand the best chance of success, using a responsive design that looks good on any screen or device is really important. Responsive email design is notoriously difficult, so starting with a template can be a good bet. It’s worth taking advantage of pre-made responsive templates that have already […]
Starting out as a freelance web professional is such an exciting/scary experience. You’ve thrown your talents out there into the market and hope that you can find success. If you... The post Tips for Managing Multiple Websites for Multiple Clients appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
The holiday season is just around the corner and for eCommerce store owners that means just one thing: SALES. While some store owners will be dealing with a huge number of orders, a spike in traffic/conversions, and enjoying a significant increase in revenue, other store owners will be busy fixing their slow websites. No one...
The level of productivity a workplace has one of the best ways to determine if the company will be, or is, successful or not. The
The performance of world-class athletes as they train for the Olympic games and engineering the performance of your applications in preparation for production releases share some interesting traits. In this blog, I want to share some basic guiding principles that will help make your applications finish strong. Efficiency, Not Just Speed Not every Olympic sport … continue reading The post Five tips for Olympian applications appeared first on SD Times.
It seems like one the existential questions of our time - at least, for web designers. But for years, many of us have been trying to figure out the "right"... The post How Many WordPress Plugins Are Too Many? appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
Business or corporate presentation templates need great visualisations for plans, ideas, management and trends. The following presentation templates feature PowerPoint slides that are perfect for business, SEO, marketing and marketing plans. All of these have beautiful modern and minimal design. These templates include templates for diagrams, maps, charts, textual and image data, and all of them […]
On BetterWebType, you can attend a free email class with ten lectures on better web typography. It’s completely free and run by Matej Latin, the creator of the Gutenberg starter kit. Better Web Typography For [...]
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