Arben Schilderwerken

Website Arben Schilderwerken

Arben Schilderwerken is een jong en dynamisch bedrijf wat garant staat voor een goede prijs- kwaliteit verhouding. Naast alle voorkomende schilder- en texwerkzaamheden voor zowel binnen- als buitenshuis kunt u ook bij ons terecht voor allerhande glaswerk, behang en spachtelputz.

Basis Informatie:

  • Arben Schilderwerken
  • Jaar: 2009

Project Informatie:

  • Content Management – WordPress
  • Form
  • Downloads
  • Slider

Bekijk de website : www.arben-schilderwerken.nl

Anamigo

Banner Anamigo

Anamigo.com, your pets place online.

Basis Informatie:

  • Anamigo
  • Jaar: 2008

Project Informatie:

  • Banner design
  • Static
  • Flash/Animated

Bergerpark

Website Bergerpark

Op deze website vindt u Informatie over het park, activiteiten die er plaats vinden en we houden u op de hoogte over de ontwikkelingen van de werkgroep : spelen in het groen.

Basis Informatie:

  • Bergerpark
  • Jaar: 2008

Project Informatie:

  • Content Management – WordPress
  • Form
  • Gallery
  • Downloads

Bekijk de website : www.bergerpark.nl

Beukbouw

Website Beukbouw & Partners BV

Beukbouw & Partners BV is een gerenommeerd aannemersbedrijf b&u, gespecialiseerd in bouw, verbouw, renovatie en restauratie.

Update 2010

Basis Informatie:

  • Beukbouw
  • Jaar: 2010

Project Informatie:

  • Content Management – Worpress
  • Form
  • Gallery

Bekijk de website : www.beukbouw.nl

2007

Beukbouw & Partners BV is een gerenommeerd aannemersbedrijf b&u, gespecialiseerd in bouw, verbouw, renovatie en restauratie.

Basis Informatie:

  • Beukbouw
  • Jaar: 2007

Project Informatie:

  • Content Management – Joomla
  • Form
  • Gallery
  • Downloads

Bekijk de website : www.beukbouw.nl

Kookclubmoos

Website kookclubmoos

Kookclub “Moos” is een club van 7 vrienden die eens per maand gezellig met elkaar koken en heeft ten doel om op een ongedwongen maar toch zeer intensieve wijze te leren koken op een redelijk hoog niveau.

Basis Informatie:

  • Kookclubmoos
  • Jaar: 2007

Project Informatie:

  • Content Management – Joomla
  • Recepten
  • Form
  • Flash Animation

Bekijk de website : www.kookclubmoos.nl

Businessclub VHC

BBusinessclub VHC

businessclub vhc

Bij VHC leeft een actieve businessclub waar vele vertegenwoordigers uit het regionale bedrijfsleven zich al jaren thuis voelen. Niet alleen omdat ze kunnen genieten van sportief hockeyspel, maar zeker ook vanwege de sfeer op de Herungerberg.

Basis Informatie:

  • Businessclub VHC
  • Jaar: 2009

Project Informatie:

  • Content Management – Joomla
  • Forms
  • Downloads
  • Image Gallery
  • Flash Animation

Bekijk de website : www.businessclubvhc.nl

Google does not use the keywords meta tag in web ranking

Monday, September 21, 2009 at 10:00 AM

Recently we received some questions about how Google uses (or more accurately, doesn’t use) the “keywords” meta tag in ranking web search results. Suppose you have two website owners, Alice and Bob. Alice runs a company called AliceCo and Bob runs BobCo. One day while looking at Bob’s site, Alice notices that Bob has copied some of the words that she uses in her “keywords” meta tag. Even more interesting, Bob has added the words “AliceCo” to his “keywords” meta tag. Should Alice be concerned?

At least for Google’s web search results currently (September 2009), the answer is no. Google doesn’t use the “keywords” meta tag in our web search ranking. This video explains more, or see the questions below.

Q: Does Google ever use the “keywords” meta tag in its web search ranking?
A: In a word, no. Google does sell a Google Search Appliance, and that product has the ability to match meta tags, which could include the keywords meta tag. But that’s an enterprise search appliance that is completely separate from our main web search. Our web search (the well-known search at Google.com that hundreds of millions of people use each day) disregards keyword metatags completely. They simply don’t have any effect in our search ranking at present.

Q: Why doesn’t Google use the keywords meta tag?
A: About a decade ago, search engines judged pages only on the content of web pages, not any so-called “off-page” factors such as the links pointing to a web page. In those days, keyword meta tags quickly became an area where someone could stuff often-irrelevant keywords without typical visitors ever seeing those keywords. Because the keywords meta tag was so often abused, many years ago Google began disregarding the keywords meta tag.

Q: Does this mean that Google ignores all meta tags?
A: No, Google does support several other meta tags. This meta tags page documents more info on several meta tags that we do use. For example, we do sometimes use the “description” meta tag as the text for our search results snippets, as this screenshot shows:

Even though we sometimes use the description meta tag for the snippets we show, we still don’t use the description meta tag in our ranking.

Q: Does this mean that Google will always ignore the keywords meta tag?
A: It’s possible that Google could use this information in the future, but it’s unlikely. Google has ignored the keywords meta tag for years and currently we see no need to change that policy.

Source: http://googlewebmastercentral.blogspot.com/2009/09/google-does-not-use-keywords-meta-tag.html
Posted by Matt Cutts, Search Quality Team

WordPress Post Revisions

Howto delete Existing WordPress Post Revisions:

To delete and remove all existing post revisions entries and rows from WordPress database Posts table, simply login to MySQL command-line interface, phpMyAdmin, SQLyog or other MySQL GUI tools.
Select the appropriate WordPress database (if you have more than one databases on the same server), and then issue the following command (it’s also recommended to backup the database before performing the deletion SQL statements):

DELETE FROM wp_posts WHERE post_type = “revision”;

WordPress provides constant WP_POST_REVISIONS that can be used in wp-config.php configuration file or plugin to set the status state for post revisions feature.
To turn off and disable automatic post revisions all versions saving feature in WordPress 2.6 or later version, simply add the following line of code to wp-config.php file located in the root or home directory of WordPress blog.

define(’WP_POST_REVISIONS’, false);

Although you says you can do this :

define(‘WP_POST_REVISIONS’, false);

to disable revisions, you can also do this

define(‘WP_POST_REVISIONS’, 3);

to limit the number of revisions to 3 (plus the autosave).

Not only that, if you now save a post/page which has more than 3 it will delete
the old ones for you!

Once set, WordPress does not attempt to save or store any revisions, except the one AutoSave per post.

Magento Import Products

  • Go to Magento Admin > Catalog > Manage Categories
  • Add your Product categories here but do note your category ids, you can make a list of your category ids in a notepad file.
  • There might be a possibility that you need to define extra attributes for your products so for that go to Catalog >Attributes >Manage Attributes and click Add new Attribute. You can also save your Attributes sets based on the attributes you have defined.
  • Now go to Magento Admin > Catalog > Manage Products
  • Add four to five products manually.
  • Now go to Magento Admin > System > Import/Export > Profiles
  • Click Export all products.
  • In Data Transfer choose Local/Remote Server (If you choose remote ftp, then you will have to provide the ftp information)
  • Any select Local Server (though its upto you) and click Save Profile.
  • Now click export all products again and then click Run Profile on your left.
  • This will save a csv file of your manually added products on to your local/remote folder
  • Download that csv file on to your computer using any ftp client (filezilla).
  • You will have a csv file having columns of all the product attributes such as store, websites, attribute_set, type, sku, category_ids, has_options, name,meta_title etc
  • Populate these columns with your products and add the category ids that you had already saved in a notepad file in category_ids column to properly assign the products to their respective categories.
  • When you are done, go again to Magento Admin > System > Import/Export > Profiles and click Import all products this time.
  • Click Upload file, browse for that csv file and then click Save Profile. (Or you can upload the csv file via ftp client such as filezilla to var/import folder)
  • Now again click Import all products, click Run Profile, Select the csv file that you have uploaded from the drop down and then click Run Profile in popup.
  • Products will start importing into your Magento Store

Problems with the import/export feature ?

I got the import/export business working by:

1. Using the default Export All Products profile and making sure to set the file name ending to .XML not .XLS
2. Using Excel to edit the file.
3. Using the default Import All Products profile to import.

Twitter Background Guidelines

Composition
Width and height varies
. Twitter’s design is centred, and shifts left and right across the background image, depending on the size of the user’s display and their web browser’s window size.

The background design should support a wide variety of window dimensions.
Broadly speaking, there are four types of Twitter background designs: extended profile, big image, fade to color, and tiled (repeating):

twitter background types Extended Profile
Extended profile designs allow the user to expand upon their biographical information, display a self-portrait, along with other useful (but non-clickable) links (eg. their Facebook profile, email address, etc). Extended profiles are also usually based on big image, or fade to color designs (see below).
Big Image
Whether it is an impressive photograph or a just a really large design, a big image design is great for big impact. Unfortunately, they don’t work well at all window sizes. Savvy designers can also include extended profiles and/or fade to color in a big image design.
Fade to Color
Fade to color designs add some visual interest, without the risk of ending in a harsh edge on larger displays. To achieve this, the image is blended at the edges into a single colour, which is then specified as the background color.

Tiled (repeating)
Tiled background designs produce a pattern-like effect. The main advantages of tiled designs is they work at any window size and are fast to load. However, the inherent repetition can be a drawback.

 

Optimal Dimensions
1280px is a common width to optimize for. Check with your contest holder.
This allows for two 250px wide columns either side of the main content area.

Minimum Dimensions
Small displays may obscure graphics placed to the left of the main content.
Most modern displays have resolutions greater than 1024 × 768px.

Maximum Dimensions
Larger displays may obscure graphics placed to the right of the main content.
1920 × 1200px should account for most display resolutions.
No more than 2560 × 1600px for expansive photographic-based designs.
This supports 30-inch cinema display resolutions!

Branding
ontwerps suggests 191 × 36px as optimal dimensions for branding (eg. a logo). The width is what is important here—not so much the height.
Add approximately 12px of padding from the top to neatly align with the top of Twitter’s logo.
A little padding along the left edge (20px to 40px) is nice and easy on the eye.
If text is incorporated into the background image then small font sizes should be used with caution (due to pixellation).

File Size
Twitter restricts images to a file size of 800 KB, or less.
Aim for 100 KB, or less.

File Types
Twitter accepts: GIF, JPG, and PNG file formats.

Color Palette
In Twitter, you can customize Twitter profile colors, under Settings › Design. Using hex codes, you can change the color of the background, text, links, sidebar, and sidebar border.

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