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WordPress Search Engine Optimization – Part 1

{ Posted on Sep 16 2009 by adventurebear }
I'm currently studying Stomping the Search Engines 2.0 from Stompernet (which believe it or not is now free).  While wordpress is a wonderful website content managment system, there are several things from an SEO standpoint which can use improvement. Regarding control ...Read More »

How to Write a Tutorial-Getting Screenshots

{ Posted on Dec 23 2007 by adventurebear }
Categories : CSS/PHP/HTML, Web Tools
While doing all this activity with Build a Niche Store and wanting to blog about it, I find myself wishing I could tak quick screenshots and post them with minimal fuss. Isn't there an easy way to grab a ...Read More »

Word Press Stats Dissapearing?

{ Posted on Sep 26 2007 by adventurebear }
Categories : CSS/PHP/HTML
New readers probably think that I've got a pretty good design going on here, but some of you will recognize that I recently changed my template (for the better, I think). The day that I changed my template, my ...Read More »

Success in Design – Three Simple Elements

{ Posted on Sep 06 2007 by adventurebear }
Categories : CSS/PHP/HTML
When I visit a new website that hits me with the "WOW" factor, three design element stand out. 1) A screen wide header graphic. This graphic contains the name of the Website, frequently a tagline, usually an ...Read More »

Three Color Tricks for Design Excellence

{ Posted on Sep 05 2007 by adventurebear }
Categories : CSS/PHP/HTML, Design
What color combinations should I use? My website looks like puke, how can I make it more tasteful? I really love the colors on XYZ site, I wonder what their HTML codes are? Should I make my headlines the same color as my ...Read More »

How I Added a Sparklet to my Lists

{ Posted on Aug 30 2007 by adventurebear }
Categories : CSS/PHP/HTML
Inspired by Matt Blancarte's bulleted icons in his lists and overall rockin' website design, I made a short list of easy mods to my default CutLine Theme. Most of them took only a few minute each, and while subtle, ...Read More »