Getting duplicate alerts for text messages seems to be a widespread problem. Here’s a simple solution that may work.
Go to Settings > Notification Center > Messages
Set Repeat Alerts to Never
Google was recently forced to launch a clearer design to distinguish ads from search results to follow updated FTC guidelines put in place on June 25, 2013. The top Ads are no longer as deceptive. Ads were formerly on a light yellow background with a tiny “sponsored results” line of text.
Advertisers and Google of course are definitely concerned about lower click-thru ratios. So far our adwords campaigns have not experienced any significant drops in performance.
WordPress SEO is a great all in one solution for managing your site. It takes care of SEO, Sitemaps, Robots.txt, and Htaccess eliminating the need for 3 separate plugins.
There happens to be a few bugs that prevent sitemaps from working properly. Google Webmaster Tools may be giving you the following error.
Your Sitemap appears to be an HTML page. Please use a supported sitemap format instead.
If Only Some of Your Sitemaps Result in a Not Found or 404 Error…
For example: http://yourdomain.com/page-sitemap.xml results in a not found error.
Edit a page/post in admin.
In the WordPress SEO Panel, click “Advanced.”
Change “Include in Sitemap: Auto detect” to “Always Include”
We don’t recommend this for sites with a lot of pages. Hopefully Yoast figures out a solution soon.
If Your Sitemap Doesn’t Show up at All…
Try resetting your permalinks.
Go to Settings > Permalinks.
Just click “Save Changes”
Give it a try.
Anyone who manually spams our site will be forever on display here for all to see. From your common lowlife comment spammer to your desperate job seeker that spams company contact forms. “No we’re not interested in your SEO content writing.” We’ll also share their IP to ban and email address for email spammers to harvest.
In the early days we started out designing web sites with WSIWYG software. We used Adobe GoLive. Dreamweaver (Macromedia) was the main competitor. Macromedia Flash was huge back than and we used that as well.
Designing websites with HTML tables was the norm as well as the problem. HTML tables require excessive code. Luckily CSS improvements allowed for Table-less web design. At that point we got more comfortable with coding pages by hand. SEO requires the ability to write code by hand. In fact, Doing SEO taught us how to hand code SEO.
Adobe GoLive happened to feature an excellent code editor. You just were better off ignoring the WSIWYG features. We always keep the web page we are working on open in a browser so we could see the final product. Save the file after each edit and refresh the browser to see the results. It’s a smooth workflow.
Adobe dropped GoLive shortly after acquiring Macromedia. We gave Dreamweaver a try and quickly found huge problems with the code editor.
Often you’ll want to create a hierarchy of your code elements by using tabs to keep organized make it easier to understand.
Often times while coding you’ll need to tab a bunch of lines at once. In GoLive you would simply select all the lines and tab them over or back. This necessary feature wasn’t in Dreamweaver. Indenting selected text blocks will using the tab key will delete them. Tabbing has to be done carefully line by line.
The most annoying problem with Dreamweaver is if you press the up or down key, the cursor exhibits unpredictable behavior. Instead of going straight down or up, it mostly goes to the beginning of the next line of text. This is beyond annoying when you want to paste in a new line of code and maintain your tab formatting.
After trying to be productive with Dreamweaver for a few days, and looking thoroughly for solutions, we tried a demo of BBEdit. We deleted Dreamweaver right away and purchased BBEdit. It’s hands down the best tool for coding HTML as well as other hand coding projects.
Tip: In BBEdit keyboard preferences, make sure “Allow Tab key to indent text blocks” is checked.
If you’re the only user that needs administration access to your WordPress site, then this security method may be for you. This security method will make it so that your wp-admin can only be accessed from your cpu. It can also help prevent SQL injections that exploit wp-admin.
First you’ll need to know your IP address or range.
Then add the following code to your htaccess file.
deny from all
allow from YOUR_IP_ADDRESS_OR_IP_RANGE
Important: Make sure you have the ability to change your htaccess file outside of wordpress’s admin in case you lock yourself out by mistake. Examples: FTP or your host’s admin panel.