The dreaded mail from Google Webmaster finally arrived. Choice was between how good the desktop site will look, but lead to lots of horizontal scrolling on a touch enabled smart phone. The mail read something like this People are buying smart phones like crazy and majority of them big screen touch enabled smartphones. Google needs to … Read moreMake your WordPress site Mobile Friendly in a click
It was after some effort that I could understand what is Page Rank and its relationship with links. Though this tutorial from Google Support has covered the basics quite well, it was more to do with the convincing part rather than understanding. Check out the article about links from Google Support below. https://support.google.com/webmasters/answer/96569?hl=en To sum … Read morerel=”nofollow” becomes irrelevant after Google drops Page Rank
As the world moves to mobile and portable touch screen enabled devices, search results displayed by Search Engines such as Google have entered a space wars. The fight is to crowd in as much information as possible in the small screen of a mobile phone. It has even lead to Google abandoning its much acclaimed … Read moreWordPress Plugin : Author Product Review
Every website/blog will eventually need links for a basic kind of optimisation for the search engines. Harmful links, if left unchecked may play havoc with your rankings. This article will focus more on the methodology of controlling links rather than the why of it. It will put across a few easy ways to get your … Read moreTake control of your links
Not too long back, there was a requirement of displaying external content in a blog directory. A temporary arrangement was made to make use of an iframe. After all it did provide a conclusive solution as per the requirement of the blog directory, snapmylink. And finally the hunt for the elegant and permanent solution is … Read moreDisplay content from other websites…snapmylink.
Sharing a Link on Facebook is a treat. It enables authors to offer a better visual experience to their readers and followers. As you type in the hyperlink or the URL, the familiar three animated vertical lines appear and your link materialises in the form of a picture and some other information, usually the first … Read moreFacebook Open Graph : Display Images [Solved]
The moment the though of bringing content from other websites, comes to mind. Slam, the answer is RSS. But this article will be focus on some thing more than RSS and the usual widget/sidebar display. 1. Using a simple hyper link <a href=”http://soonev.com”>main</a> <a href=’http://soonev.com/about/’ target=”_blank”>About</a> In the first instance the word “main” will only … Read moreDisplay content from other websites.
Jetpack, the plugin which brings the features of wordpress.com to your self-hosted WordPress blog/site has launched the 3.1 update which has “Custom Content Type” which allows you to showcase your work of art or skill. This feature is a new content type called Portfolio. Wikipedia defines Portfolio as either a sample of artists work or … Read morePortfolio by Jetpack
The latest trend in WordPress is Magazine theme, where articles are displayed in grid layout. This makes it easy to publish news of different categories in an easy to read layout. Here are some good themes which have in build magazine layout and will give you many other goodies as well. 1. SUFFUSION … Read moreTop 5 WordPress Themes : Magazine layout
Rounded corners look great. But flat is the in thing in menu design. Also rounded corners don’t show in Internet Explorer. So you might want to turn it off. Here is how. Go to Suffusion Options–>Other Graphical Elements–>Miscellaneous Select Option under “Use Rounder Corners” as shown in the snapshot above. WordPress allows use of … Read moreTips and Tricks for Suffusion : Part 1