SEO has changed a lot; the new algorithms, guidelines, and tools are introduced so quickly. This regularly changing search landscape is rife with gossips and misconceptions – and here I have pointed out the most common myths and assumptions about how SEO works, and debunk them for you so you are not wasting your precious time that simply don’t matter for SEO in 2014. Let’s get began. Myth #1: Top Position There are n-numbers of…"The Biggest Myths Ever Told in SEO"
Late 2011, I was super proud to find out that I had been accepted as an official supporter of the “Global Designers Accord“. The Designers Accord is a global coalition of designers, educators, and business leaders, working together to create positive environmental and social impact. All adopters, supporters, and endorsers follow a basic code of conduct: Do no harm; Communicate and collaborate; Keep learning, keep teaching; Instigate meaningful change; Make theory action. Legibility…"Supporting ‘The Designers Accord’"
One of the aspects of my job that I hate the most is building long, mundane Asp.Net forms. I get so tired of dropping labels, textboxes, validators on a page and then formatting them over and over again. Every project I work on I find myself building the exact same form fields: First Name, Last Name, Email Address, Address, City, State, blah, blah, blah. It drives me nuts. You’re probably thinking, why don’t you just…"Staying Productive: Code Snippets are Your Friend"
In my last post, Staying Productive: Code Snippets are Your Friend, I showed how I use Code Snippets in Visual Studio to drastically slash the time it takes to build Asp.Net forms. In this article I’ll show how I use App Themes within web applications to set some global properties for Asp.Net controls. You may have noticed in the last article that the Code Snippets leave out some properties for certain controls that usually are…"Staying Productive: Using App Themes for Global Control Properties"
Amazon Web Services offers a free tier that gives you an EC2 micro instance for free the first year of service, among other things. There are no hidden fees or anything like that and the offer is excellent to get a feel for cloud computing. The problem is that using this free tier for your Mumble or Teamspeak server is most of the time a bad idea. I’ve seen this mentioned several times. Use the…"Amazon EC2 Free Tier for Mumble is (probably) a bad idea"
Google’s very first Penguin algorithm was launched on April 24 2012, which was considered to be the biggest leap in the SEO market, and this is mainly because this new Penguin update was designed to take down the Big Spamming fishes of this SEO sea. After every new Penguin update, the Google Algorithm became much more advanced when it comes to hunting down spamming sites! Following is the list of release date of different Google…"4th Google Penguin Update Has Just Knocked Your Door – April 2012"
The visual spectrum of light has made a huge impact in all forms of design this year. We’re seeing it in the top companies have their logos created with multiple colors in an abstract way, as well as websites using the rainbow effect in their backgrounds – We’re seeing it just about everywhere else too! Why is it that this trend has been taking the web by storm? Well lets take a deeper look at…"Roy G. Biv : Using Abstract Colors in Design"