Archives for October 2006

Simple MySQL Database Backup

First off, this is for those of us with our own servers. Not those of us on shared hosts, because we're going to need access to the command prompt and MySQL commands, etc. Some shared hosts may allow some of these things, but most don't. Matt Wade … [Read more...]

Installing A LAMP Web Server System With Fedora Core 6

LAMP - Linux, Apache, MySQL, and PHP. These are the elements you will need to start a very robust and reliable web server from the ground up. HowToForge has a brilliant tutorial on how to start everything. Now take note, this is a VERY detailed … [Read more...]

Dynamically Loading CSS Files

Nothing new, just a different spin on it. View the source at byteMyCode. You simply call function CSS (url, media) and that's it. It fetches the URL of the CSS style sheet; checks to see whether the file has already been loaded. If not it dynamically … [Read more...]

Getting Paid to Blog

I found this post interesting. Although I don't consider myself much of a blogger, bills do have to be paid. Tony writes: Its as though one loses their status as a “real” blogger the instant you put up Google Adwords, or start selling … [Read more...]

Beginner’s Guide to SEO

OK, I know I said beginner. Actually, they said beginner, but this article goes very much in depth into SEO. I've beein applying different SEO techniques to my websites, websites I've done in the past, and just SEO for certain clients. I've been … [Read more...]

5 Steps to Simple SEO

I like how they put it, "SEO isn't rocket science it's more like magic". I'm not saying that these steps should replace major SEO from experts. Well, maybe I am. If you're started out from zero SEO I would suggest these tips to you. This way you … [Read more...]

8 Reasons HTML Emails Hurt Marketing

Now I'm not sure how many of you bloggers and web developers out there have looked into email marketing. I personally find that the line between good email marketing and spam is a big gray blurry one so I tend to stay away from it. But for you guys … [Read more...]

Dynamic Paypal Buttons via Javascript

Paypal's website payments is perfect for small sites. You have a few products you want to sell so you don't want to install a full blown shopping cart or anything. So we use Paypal a great solution but with a few limitations: Dave writes: The … [Read more...]