Simplifying your URL structure is a great way to optimize your site for a number of reasons. Long URLs are difficult to share with others, can get cut off in text editors and email editors, and complex URL folder structures can send the wrong signals to search engines on the importance of your content. YYYY/MM/DD Permalink Structure If your site had two URLs, which one would you think has provided the article with higher importance?
As with many of my articles here, I do some research for a client and then write about it here. To be honest, there are a couple of reasons why… first is that I have a terrible memory and often research my own website for information. Second is to help others who may also be searching for information. What is a Regular Expression (Regex)? Regex is a development method to search and identify a pattern
For the last few weeks, we’ve been helping a client to do a complex migration with WordPress. The client had two products, both of which have become popular to the point that they had to split out the businesses, the branding, and the content out to separate domains. It’s quite the undertaking! Their existing domain is staying put, but the new domain will have all content with respect to that product… from images, posts, case
I had to do some digging today to find it, but did you know what the valid length of an email address is? It’s actually broken into parts… Name@Domain.com. This is according to RFC2822. Name can be 1 to 64 characters. Domain can be 1 to 255 characters. Wow… that means that this could be a valid email address: loremaipsumadolorasitaametbaconsectetueraadipiscin gaelitanullamc@loremaipsumadolorasitaametbaconsect etueraadipiscingaelitcaSedaidametusautanisiavehicu laaluctuscaPellentesqueatinciduntbadiamaidacondimn tumarutrumbaturpisamassaaconsectetueraarcubaeuatin ciduntaliberoaaugueavestibulumaeratcaPhasellusatin ciduntaturpisaduis.com Try fitting that on a business card! Ironically, most