Written by:2009/07/13 04:56 PM
Welcome to the July 13, 2009 edition of web developers.This is issue #10. Surprise surprise, it seems to have taken on a life of itself. The contributors to this weeks carnival have all come together nicely. Strangely our theme for this week seems to be SEO and Marketing in general. Have a browse, visit each article and most of all have fun learning.
Ace presents Internet Marketing It Ain?t Rocket Science posted at Internet Marketing Ace.
Willem van Zyl presents Google’s Page Speed Firefox plugin posted at Geekology, saying, "Page Speed is a plugin for Firefox designed to help improve website load times by optimizing images and identifying code issues based on best practices."
Willem van Zyl presents A Python script to check Google rankings for a specific domain and search term | Geekology posted at Geekology, saying, "Using Python’s pycurl (cURL) and re (Regular Expression) libraries, it’s possible to write a script to check Google rankings for specific domains and search terms."
Gabriel presents How To Rank Despite The Splash Page: The Double Homepage Technique posted at SEO ROI Consulting, saying, "When legal or some other department insists on having a splash page, this can mean garbage rankings in search results. But it doesn't have to! Here's a neat use for dhtml and lightbox effects to replace splash pages and improve SEO!"
Willem van Zyl presents Validating and sanitizing URLs, Emails, and other inputs with PHP's filter_* functions | Geekology posted at Geekology, saying, "PHP has several built-in filter_* functions that can assist with validating and sanitizing email addresses, URLs, strings, integers, float values, etc."
Lalit Bhatt presents Which is the best web framework? posted at Java.
That concludes this edition. Submit your blog article to the next edition of web developers using our carnival submission form. Past posts and future hosts can be found on our blog carnival index page.
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