One of the struggles I have had recently is determining the best way to allow my clients to update the content on their websites. Although there are a myriad of content managment systems to choose from, in my experience most of them are too complicated for the needs of the clients I normally work with. I have personally … Keep Reading »
Adsense: Cents or No Sense?
One project I completed earlier this year featured optimizing the placement of Google Adsense code. Many blogs, including several that I control, use Google Adsense to help monetize their operation. Do you use Adsense on your blog? If so, are you all warm and fuzzy about Google Adsense? Is it worth the time and the … Keep Reading »
Custom WordPress Smiley Icons
Who wouldn't want their own custom WordPress smiley icon? I often visit at Mike Cherim's Beast-Blog. Mike is a genius withto WordPress, and I always learn something new when Mike writes about tweaking WordPress. Adding Your Own WordPress Smilies explains how to make your own personal smilies / emoticons for use with … Keep Reading »
The Project is Finally Complete.
Or Is It?
I'm addicted to designing websites. I mean really addicted. The devil, in this case, is in the details. In your experience, do the last 5% of the details of site design take up about 80% of your time? I just can't seem to finish a project. No, I don't mean that I get lazy and put it off. What I mean is that the … Keep Reading »
Tips on Successful Search Engine Optimization for Your Website
The art of Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is quite magical. I know that I have only just begun learning about it, and I suspect that no amount of study will ever give any web developer more than a glimpse at what its all about. I consider myself a novice at both designing websites and SEO techniques. What I have … Keep Reading »