Imagine you have a blog which is a supplement to your site, such as a platform for company news.
Now imagine you want to add your blog to your main site’s navigation menu. Easy enough, just add a static link.
Now imagine you want to create an unordered list of the categories in your blog, so that each category can be easily accessed from any page on your website…. oops, it just got tricky.
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Posted on May 1, 2008 in SEO
I ran into an interesting point recently which arose while trying to SEO a wordpress blog for the first time. I noticed that the site had links to certain parts of the blog outside of wordpress, but used a slightly different URL, which in the eyes of Google et al is a completely different URL.
Posted on Apr 16, 2008 in PHP
I needed to grab a couple of new blog entries on a website’s wordpress blog area, and put it on a non-wordpress home page. I ended up making a PHP 5 class that did the job for me. Very simple, no fancy stuff.
I then needed to get a load of youtube video posts on the same site from a specific account and had to make a list of that, with thumbnails etc. . I ended up tweaking the first class ever so slightly and lucky me, I had an easy feed reader.