‘Web Design’ Category

Tutorials I have written.

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September 4th, 2004
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LinkyLoo, Web Design

Some very cool and useful webhosting and WorPress tutorials: Though these have been displayed on WLTC in the past, the URI has changed and the need for good tutorials has increased many fold. So check out the .htaccess, .htpasswd, subdomain, cpanel and other tutorials.

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Disguised links in excerpted RSS feeds

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August 27th, 2004
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I hate excerpted RSS feeds. I inadvertently (through mostly my own doing) will subscribe to the excerpted feed rather than the encoded version and I will curse myself through the process of reading the news of these blogs. Imagine reading through Shakespeare without any punctuation. RSS, in my opinion, is already a pretty bland way to gather information and takes away from the experience of reading a blog. However (boy I like that word!) reading through, and making sense of articles that are devoid of any sort of indication of the content, is very confusing. Case in point. I was reading Jeremy’s feed this morning. Zawodny had written about RSS searches and Joseph Scott‘s recent views on the lack of good RSS search engines (which I had already read and commented on previously). However, without any links or any blockquotes being highlighted, this is what I read as the article […]

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Sending the number of comments with your feed

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August 21st, 2004
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Web Design, Web Ethics

I had made a couple of small changes to my RSS feeds over the past couple of days and was about to write up something about those feeds when I got my first complaint. Now, some people might say that the choice to add comment information to ones’ RSS feeds (inside the body of the post, not as a seperate feed) should lie with the author of the blog. However, I believe, especially in the case of this blog, that it would depend on the consensus of the readers. Here is the problem. I had elected to add a comments link along with the number of comments already posted, inside the body of my RSS feed. I was not sure whether it was illegal (code) and whether it would be accepted well by the community. I seem to have gotten my answer, at least from one reader who voices their […]

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Eric’s Archived Thoughts: XFN 1.1 Released

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August 16th, 2004
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Eric’s Archived Thoughts: XFN 1.1 Released: Eric Meyer’s release for the new version of XFN. Look forward to more information and further implementation of this soon.

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Help the Googlebot understand your web site [Scribbling.net]

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August 16th, 2004
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Help the Googlebot understand your web site [Scribbling.net]: More methods to help make your site Google friendly. The hints are concise and helpful.

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A little 404 Error Document Magic

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August 12th, 2004
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A little 404 Error Document Magic: A unique idea to prevent missing images in documents when the images are misplaced or misnamed. Check out the first comment on how to dynamically generate an image when the real one is missing.

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New Issue of Digital Web Magazine: RSS feeds borked?

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August 12th, 2004
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I would not expect this from a respected web publication, but I might be at error here. Is it just my imagination or do the links in the New Issue of Digital Web Magazine (both the main page and the RSS feed) have no domain specified? That is, from a feed reader, clicking the links in that article gets you nowhere in a hurry.

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A Successful Blog 2

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August 11th, 2004
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A Successful Blog 2: As a followup of the previous post, “what you can expect to get out of a successful blog”?

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Welcome to Web design from Scratch (Web Design from Scratch)

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August 11th, 2004
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Welcome to Web design from Scratch (Web Design from Scratch): Just like it sounds, a shareware tutorial about the basics of web based concepts with multiple case studies. Via: Digital Web Magazine

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