SEO Search Engine Optimizasion for Blogger Blogspot
Gosublogger has a useful tips for blogger / blogspot users on how to make their blogger blogs more search engine friendly known as SEO or search engine optimaztion.
How to Clear Internet Browser Cache
Periodically we need to clear / delete the cache in our internet browser. It's also a must if you just open your email or login to your website or blog in a public internet cafe. Here's how to do it.
I. For Internet Explorer do the followings:
Click Tools -> Options
Delete -> you have options to (a) Delete All; or (b) Delete manually (i) Temporary Internet Files (ii) Cookies (iii) History (iv) Form Data (v) Password.
Clik Close -> Ok.
II. For Firefox:
Click Tools -> Clear Private Data
In the "Clear the Following Items Now" -> Check whatever items you want to delete from your firefox browser including (i) Browsing History (ii) Cache (iii) Cookies (iv) Offline Website Data (v) Saved Password (vi) Authenticated Sessions.
Click "Clear Private Data Now". Done.
Website Mapping Google Apps
I'm still confused and am trying to use site mapping:
Changing the site URL for sites created under sites.google.com/site
Sites created under sites.google.com/site can be mapped to a custom domain using the Site Settings area.
Note that you must own the domain and have access to change CNAME records.
Click on the "Site Settings" link at the top of the screen
Click on the "Web Address" tab
Enter the Domain address you wish to re-map your site to
Click the Add button.
Some things to keep in mind about changing your site URL:
Mappings are restricted to sub domain level only like www.example.com, wiki.example.com, or support.example.com. We don't support naked domain mapping like example.com.
You can map up to 5 sub-domains to a given site
This only takes effect for public sites private sites will redirect to the standard URL
Once you have completed the steps above, you will need to be sure to follow the next steps:
Sign in to your domain registrar.
Navigate to your DNS Management page. The location and name of this page will vary by host, but can generally be found in Domain Management or Advanced Settings.
Find the CNAME settings and enter the following as the CNAME value or alias: (sub domain)
Set the CNAME destination to the following address: ghs.google.com
Save changes with your domain host
How to Watch Live TV Streaming through your Computer Desktop
It's easy. Download the free software here. Install it by following the steps given. That's it. Now you can watch the live coverage of Israel's Gaza massacre through Al Jazeera English or Arabic or through tv channels you like such as CNN, CBS, etc.
This free software is a lot better and smooth than the one I wrote here.
You may also watch Live Streaming through the following websites:
livetv.ru (Russian language)
By the way, as far as internet connection, I'm using Speedy Unlimited broadband. Just to give you a picture about whether you should install the software or not.
Live Video Coverage Of Israel's Gaza Attack
Watch Live Video Coverage Of Israel's Attack On Gaza here.
January 4, 2009 Israel attack on Gaza
Gaza the Killing Zone
Google Buzz Button for Blogger Blogspot
How to add and install Google Buzz button in Blogger Blogspot
A simple step-by-step guide / tutorial on how to add / install Google Buzz button for Blogger Blogspot blog.
Login to your blogger.com account -> Layouts -> Edit HTML -> check Expand Widget Template
Copy and paste the following code inside the template:
a title="Post on Google Buzz" href="http://www.google.com/buzz/post" data-button-style="normal-count" data-locale="en_IN" rel="nofollow" expr:data-url='data:post.url'>
Put the above code after / below this code: div class='post-header-line-1'/
Save Template. Done.
If you cannot find the code at #3, put code #2 before / above the following code: data:post.body
Use CTRL+F or F3 to search for codes inside the template to make your task easier.
Palm Pre: The CES 2009's Hottest Gadget
Lance Ulanoff of PC Mag thinks that the Palm Pre is the hottest product of CES 2009
The Palm Pre A touchscreen phone with a full QWERTY keyboard.
First of all, the specs are impressive: a large multi-touch screen, powerful processor, accelerometer, hidden QWERTY keyboard, multitasking, GPS, 802.11b/g Wi-Fi, and 3.2 megapixel camera... it offers real innovation. From a new app and tasks management metaphor known as "Cards" to the gesture area, this is a smart phone that's breaking new ground.
Pre will give me what the iPhone and Bold (the former leader in my smartphone lust affections) can not: a full-sized touch screen and a QWERTY keyboard. The combination of touch screen and QWERTY keyboard is one of the reasons I fell in love with my Treo 700p. That thing is old, dust filled and hoary now, but once it was my beloved.
Like my old Treo, the Pre will be exclusive – at least initially – on the Sprint platform early in 2009. (There is no pricing info yet). For some, this is a downer, but Sprint has become a much better and more reliable service over the years and I have no complaints about the EVDO Rev A 3G service.
Palm Pre Smartphone
How to Help Palestinian People
Asep Setiawan tells us how to help the Palestinian people by giving donation through NGO such as MER-C or ICRC. Read his post for further details concerning some NGO addresses and their bank account in Indonesia.
Indonesia Election Blog
This blog dedicates itself to cover the upcoming 2009 election in Indonesia. I wish the blogger luck! If anything, it'd be a alot better if he or someone else make the english version as well.
Profile Irfan BachdimProfile Irfan Bachdim
Name: Irfan Haarys Bachdim
Date of birth: 11 August 1988
Place of birth: Amsterdam, the Netherlands
Height: 1.72 m (5 ft 8 in)
Father: Noval Bachdim (Indonesian)
Mother: Hester Bachdim (Dutch)
Girlfriend: Jennifer Jasmin
Career: Football player
Current club: Persema, Malang
Indonesia's national team to play for AFF Suzuki Cup 2010
Sony VAIO P-Series is Sony's Netbook
Don't rush to buy a netbook. Many major brands just offer their own. And it's not over yet. Cisco Cheng PC Mag has this review of Sony's own netbook:
It's called the Sony VAIO P-Series or simply, the Sony Lifestyle PC.
Even though there are no ties between them, the Lifestyle PC conjures up images of Intel's Moorestown concept device. It weighs a mere 1.4 pounds, only two-tenths of a pound heavier than the original UX180P. And it's about the length of the ASUS eeePC 1002HA but only half its depth, looking like an oversized TV remote with a lid. Its look is unique, and its design intentions are clear: Sony wants to dissociate the Lifestyle PC from the MSI Wind, the Asus eeePCs, and the Acer Aspire One—some of the more popular netbooks in the market. In my opinion, it has successfully done so.
The 8-inch LED screen is unlike anything you'll see on a netbook, or a laptop for that matter. In order to maintain its physical dimensions, the vertical height of the screen had to be compressed, making the screen appear extraordinarily wide. It's clearly smaller than the 10-inch screens found on the Wind and the 1002HA, but the screen resolution is what makes everything gel.
Practically every netbook uses a 1,024 X 600 resolution; the Lifestyle PC's native resolution is 1,600 X 768. Such a resolution can fill up the screen, for instance, with three file Explorer windows without any overlap. There's even a Windows Arrangement button (next to the mouse buttons) that will neatly tile your application windows together. Increasing the resolution of such a small screen could cause problems with text, but text and icon sizes were tolerable and the potential of watching a video while Microsoft Word and Powerpoint are fully opened on each side is very compelling.
Sony Netbook Vaio P-Series:
Thursday, October 30, 2014
SEO for Blogger Blogspot
SEO Search Engine Optimizasion for Blogger Blogspot