Here is code for a spreadsheet app that I just built that takes an export from Screaming Frog and produces a beautiful hierarchical spreadsheet with the page name, title tags, descriptions, and H1′s. Steps To Use Crawl the site with Screaming Frog. Filter HTML and click Export. Save export as the default “internal_html.csv”. Select Options>Clear […]
Click to see the GraphicI was reading an interesting post by Phil Buckley on the difference between men and women according to Google. I decided to see what it would look like if I did the same thing with Obama and Romney. I started just searching “Obama is” on Google and seeing what the results […]
If you have a simple listing of urls that you want to compare pagerank for, this is a great little script for Google Docs. Here is an example: First you want to import your spreadsheet into Google Docs. Next, head on over to the Tools tab and click on Script Editor. You can name […]
Link This is a very powerful web app to connect all of you accounts and get important information when and how you want. Give it a try, it is easy! Filed under: automation, tools
Description This plugin will give you the ability to pull up any (non-Super Admin) user and in one click add that user(with a global role) to all sites in your MU install. Likewise, if you want to remove a user from all sites it is one click as well. CAUTION: WordPress has an optional […]
I will be trying this out this weekend!. “Web typography just got a shot in the arm from Google, as the company has announced a free, open-source library of 18 typefaces that Web designers will now have at their disposal. Google hosts all the fonts on its servers, and offers a simple Web-based API that handles […]
Here is another iteration of the now famous (infamous) joomla to ordpress convertor. I modded it for utf-8 and post/page support. The original credits are below. Please click on Azeem Khan’s links for a full rundown on how to use the convertor. There is also an information file in the archive. Download here Credits v1: Mambo2Wordpress […]
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This is a fun read.