This story is as old as the web itself. You launch a new website or project. You set up the analytics and expect the hits to start rolling in. After a few days you begin obsessively checking up on it. Over and over. Only nothing is there. You begin to become disheartened and perhaps entertain the notion of tossing your laptop in the river. Sound familiar?
What’s the point of search engine friendly navigation? To build a solid foundation in your site architecture of course. You don’t want users having to poke around like a hardware store from the 50s. But what does it mean exactly, and more importantly, what recommendations can you make to enhance the SEO of yourself and your clients?
Adobe AIR is the little platform that could. It allows you to build efficient and state-of-the-art desktop apps that work on any operation system. Cool!
In the last few years, oodles of AIR apps have came down the pike, helping you do just about everything under the sun. For this post, I’m going to focus on applications intended for web and graphic designers.
You may have heard some talk around the office cooler about Alfresco. What is it? What does it do? Most importantly, how will it benefit your business?
Simply put, Alfresco is an open source alternative for enterprise content management(ECM.) ECM, then, is everything and nothing at once. It’s the pretty much an all-purpose term referring to how an organization delivers content and information. Think of a brand being the book cover, and enterprise content management is all of that ooey-gooey information inside of the book. It’s the reality behind the image of a brand. This can be anything from public domain content to employee emails and instant message sessions. So, yeah. Your company probably has a whole lot of enterprise content. And it needs to be managed.
What is this Liferay you’ve no doubt been hearing about from colleagues/friends/acquaintances/even a few enemies? Yet another confusing Internet platform to make life and business more difficult? Don’t worry. It’s not that bad. Webrulon is here to give you the lowdown on Liferay and what it can do for you and your business. And we’ll do it in baby steps.
25 Powerful and Useful jQuery Tutorials for Web Developers and Designers
jQuery is all over the place these days. It’s rapidly catching up to CSS as the web template of choice for up and coming designers. It’s easy to see why. It’s constantly changing. Evolving. The only problem with this is, however, you have to constantly change and evolve as well. One simple must keep track of all of the new plugins, tutorials and addons that come down the pike. It can be quite an undertaking. Don’t worry, though. Webrulon is here to help. Here is a list of 25 recent tutorials that will get you up to speed and have you jQuery-ing in no time.
Everyone knows that comment boxes are a sure fire to increase the traffic to your blog. People tend to develop a personal connection when they have a say on what goes on in a blog. Not to mention they get to communicate with other like-minded(and often not) individuals. But how do you turn readers into commentators? It’s easier than you think, sometimes. Below is Webrulon’s handy, dandy guide to increasing the amount of comments on your blog.