Tag error: <txp:thumbnail id=104 align="left" /> ->  Textpattern Warning: Attribute values must be quoted while_parsing_page_form: default, default
Tag error: <txp:thumbnail id=104 align="left" /> ->  Textpattern Notice: Unknown tag attribute: align while_parsing_page_form: default, default
Tag error: <txp:thumbnail id="87" align="left" /> ->  Textpattern Notice: Unknown tag attribute: align while_parsing_page_form: default, default
Tag error: <txp:thumbnail id="78" align="left" /> ->  Textpattern Notice: Unknown tag attribute: align while_parsing_page_form: default, default
Tag error: <txp:image id="77" align="left" /> ->  Textpattern Notice: Unknown tag attribute: align while_parsing_page_form: default, default
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31 October 2008

Testing Feedjit "Also Liked" Spider

Feedjit's also liked spider widget does contribute to a website's Depth of Visit somewhat. An inconclusive two-month long investigation in to Feedjit’s “also liked” related link widget results in more pretty pictures than answers. Find out why it’s hard to find out if Feedjit’s widget actually helps a site’s “stickiness” or Depth of Visit.

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1 August 2008

SiteMeter Crashes Site in IE 6 and 7

SiteMeter code trips IE 6 and 7 with operation aborted Internet Explorer cannot open the Internet site http://www.anysite.com/. Operation aborted was the cute little message greeting me tonight after a few days of noticing that something was fishy with SiteMeter.

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18 July 2008

Database Raking Continues Slowly & Method=>:Get

rake db:migrate is a Ruby command that seems to small and easy. If you’re new to Ruby, MySQLAdmin, creating databases through it and linking a Rails project to a new database, this might help you. To create a new Database in MySQL Administrator with Tools for 5.0 in a GUI pack…

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18 July 2008

Rolling With Ruby on Rails Starts Slow

We’ve been mum here at Dinarius because an uncommonly large task baits our full attention. We’re starting out with Ruby on Rails to solve a simple problem. We’ve got, Simply Rails 2, Ruby on Rails for Dummies (don’t laugh – it’s awfully helpful), Agile Web Development with Rails, RailSpace and Foundations…

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2 July 2008

Dinarius Cancels Kontera

Kontera took advantage of one big day to debit our account. To say Kontera’s contextual advertising is a scam is not accurate. It’s is a thorough disappointment. If you’re considering placing script that manages contextual advertising or already do, please consider the following, balanced arguments against Kontera Technologies service.

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1 July 2008

Review Widgetbox: Making Your Own Blog Widget

Little widget blog and news boxes that update you on everything that’s going on in the world seem to rule the day. Well how could this author stay away?

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27 June 2008

Ma.Gnolia, Textpattern, Wet and The XML-RPC Server

Overall web happiness. As an invocation to the muse of Web 2.0, I’ve tried to plunge head-first into Social Networking services I used to shun only to bump my head on deadends. Ma.Gnolia shares webpage bookmarks very simply. To install it at Dinarius which is run by Textpattern CMS database magic, Ma.Gnolia requested the location of my XML-RPC server something something dot php.

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23 June 2008

Too Much Space Under H1 in CSS

Cascading Style Sheets are the lovely way to help design websites and no one has made a satisfactory answer-all book to help with the little details. In encountering a little problem with the H1 Header, I found the simple solution that controls the space above and below the Header text. Below is the code for the default appearance of a Header between two lines of regular text.

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23 June 2008

Why Disenchantment Looms Online

You can now reach your goals and change your life if you read this article. Read ten sales-energizing tips that are fooling new webmasters into creating ideas that are killing the Internet.

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19 May 2008

Starting A Start-up. Terminology.

Any search for information begins with knowing the right terminology. When trying to start a start-up and attract investors so they provide Seed Money, Venture Capital or VC, you have to show them a few things too. A good idea just isn’t enough when dealing with people who deal with numbers. In walking slowly through this briar patch of trials and errors, we’ve stumbled on to Brent Collins who is more than willing to share advice about starting a start-up that’s nearly one-on-one.

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