Archive for the ‘World Wide Web’ Category

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WordPress Attracts Negative Traffic

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Crawlers, Bots and Spam; WordPress attracts them like a magnet.

The popular web log (blog) system WordPress is an amazing system for setting up and managing a blog, but what we don’t like is the amount of negative web traffic it attracts.

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WordPress: Next Page

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Did you know WordPress has a hidden feature to allow page breaks.

Page breaks can split the display of your long posts into separate pages for viewing.
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Don’t Pay to Play. Free Computer Games!

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Free Massively Multiplayer Online Games
Want to play with many people around the world but don’t want to play any monthly fees, many of you may of heard of World of Warcraft but did you know there are many free games just the same. Read more…

Watch TV Online!

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Many people may of heard of Hulu the popular legal Internet TV show provider in America. Hulu allows Americans access to watch TV shows over the Internet for free, but licensing and distribution restrictions prevent any of this shows from being watched outside the United States. Here is a list of sites that provide legal viewing of TV shows in Canada much like Hulu. Read more…

Google Tips and Tricks, A Quick Guide to Google

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As most of you know Google is the worlds most popular search engine, but what you may not know is that behind the simplistic exterior is features you’d probably never heard off. I’ll not only show you how to use Google to refine your searches, but show you how to use Google as a spell check, a calculator and more.

How to Google:
Google was made to be as simple has possible, you enter a few words into the search field and click search right. Well somethings you may of wondered is how to get better or closer results to what your asking. Sometimes it’s not the wording you’re uses, it’s Google! Before I get into refining a search I’d like to explain how Google interprets keywords.

Whenever you enter a phrase in Google your phrase is first cut into keywords, then Google finds the rest and tries to find a close match, containing all the words.

Example: Cat in the Hat
Google first finds ‘Cat’ and ‘Hat’ then finds ‘in ‘and ‘the’
Often Google will not display results that are phrased ‘Cat in the Hat’ but display results as scattered words. There are many problems you may encounter and there are ways to fix or avoid them. Read more…