I occasionally come across a need to recreate a website that was ‘lost’ with no backup. There is a way to rebuild at least part of a site if the site is small enough.Continue reading No tags for this post.
Google Webmaster Tools was showing that my site had no structured data. My consulting site www.chrismendlatech.com is a Joomla 3.x site. I tried the J4 Schema extension but could not get that working properly according to any of the tests I ran, including the google structured data test.Continue reading
Bing is placing more emphasis on the mobile friendliness of websites.Continue reading
Google is making a substantial change in their ranking algorithms. The mobile friendliness of your site (Responsiveness) will become a lot more important than it was.Continue reading
When you are developing websites, it is important to see how they will render on mobile devices.Continue reading No tags for this post.
I found another useful tool for checking the SEO status of a website. It’s called Freegrader and it gives an overview of your site. Some of the things it checks for are :Continue reading
Thanks to one of the replies at webmasterworld.com, I found a list of more sitemap generators.
One of the online generators seems to be working well. You can find it at http://www.auditmypc.com/free-sitemap-generator.asp It is an onlne app that runs on Java.Continue reading
I have a client who insisted on keeping the background images that were on their website. We did it because we will give the clients what they want. However, we did advise against it for a number of reasonsContinue reading No tags for this post.
There are a lot of tools available that will allow webmasters to allow visitors to upload pictures and then make them immediately available to other visitors.
On one of the webmaster boards I frequent, someone raised the question of checking uploaded pics for inappropriate content. In other words, the uploaded pics were visible immediately.Continue reading No tags for this post.
We decided to change hosting companies. One of the sites we were migrating had an FTP based blogger blog (ie. blogger was hosted on our site).Continue reading No tags for this post.