Optimização para motores de busca – on Page SEO Published on May 30, 2013
“Um website é indexado a partir do seu próprio conteúdo. As palavras-chave sob as quais este será indexado, são obtidas da “destilação” desses mesmos conteúdos. Serão os termos ou palavras encontradas em determinados locais, contextos, frequência, ou com determinado tipo de formatação, que constituirão o seu potencial de indexação.”
O objectivo do on page SEO pode resumir-se a “fazer coincidir termos-de-pesquisa com os conteúdos textuais do website”.
Para que isto se consiga é necessário pensar como o seu cliente e imaginar que termos-de-pesquisa ele poderá utilizar para determinado produto ou serviço. Serão esses termos-de-pesquisa que deverá utilizar como “palavras-chave” nos conteúdos do seu site.
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What will happen to my android apps if my device is replaced? Published on October 30, 2012
Last month my beloved Sony Tablet S suffered a “little” accident and the screen got broken.
I had it insured so I returned it to the shop.
There was a distinct possibility of the device being replaced other then repaired. That was fine by me with an exception:
- Will I loose all the apps I’d bought trough google play?
This was a legit concern since this was the first time it had happened to me, and my first thoughts where that probably apps are assigned to devices, and thus the apps i’d bought where assigned to the “broken tablet” and I could not re-install them in the “new device”!
Spomments, or the latest spam comments Published on July 3, 2012
At work I am the webmaster of a couple of hundred WordPress blogs from our clients. This allows me to get a lot of information about whats going out out there in terms of spam.
Lately there is a new comment spam technique that has greater chance of success then the previous ones i’ve seen so far:
The best Image replacement method for hyperlinks, so far… Published on April 26, 2012
Last week I’ve came across with a new ‘method for image replacement (e.g. on hyperlinks), wich I’ve tested successfully in my latest project, and thus I now recommend its usage…
So far the most common method, was to use the -9999px left-margin, but this had a few drawbacks, since it had to “draw” a huge 9999px box offscreen.
This new “recipe” is cleaner and dramatically improves performance when compared to the old -9999px method.
So this is the code to use:
This method was discovered, apparently, by Scott Kellum, design director at Treesaver, and published in www.zeldman.com/2012/03/01/replacing-the-9999px-hack-new-image-replacement/ where you can read some more about it.
Stop Censorship WordPress plugin Published on January 19, 2012
Plugin no longer available – since there is an “oficial” plugin, there is no use to mantain this one.
Put a black ribbon in your website (as the one present on the top right corner of WDMAC.com).
Download stopCensorship WordPres plugin in the link bellow!
- unzip it, and upload stopCensorship.php to your WP-CONTENT/PLUGINS/ folder, then activate it as any other plugin. that’s it!
Act now! this is not a USA only Issue! this interferes with the freedom of everyone of us internet users!
NOTE: This plugin was based on the ribbon found in wordpress.org, author unknown!, if you are the author of the original ribbon, please let me know so I can credit you for it