ZDNet.com: Website creation: Dreamweaver v open source

ZDNet.com: Website creation: Dreamweaver v open source
Summary: Adobe’s Dreamweaver is widely used by web developers, but it won’t suit Linux users or those on tight budgets. Free and open-source (FOSS) alternatives are available, but how do they match up?

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one cool site: Finding Blogs with Similar Content

one cool site: Finding Blogs with Similar Content
Other ways of finding similar sites that are not necessarily hosted by WordPress.com include: AllTop – is known for its topic-based groupings of blogs. Bloglines is an aggregator of syndicated feeds, and as most blogs publish an RSS feed automatically, it’s a good place to search for quality resources. Google web searches, Google Blog Search Keyword searches of Google, Yahoo, and Bing ( add +wordpress or + typepad, etc. to your searches) Guzzle.it – Guzzle reads hundreds of feeds every second to get you the latest news about topics you care enter. Keyword searches using niche search engines. Keyword search Twitter. Keyword search Facebook Graph search. Keyword search Pinterest. Keyword searches of blog directories like bloglovin and forums. Similar site search – Note that similar site search is mainly based on user annotations or tags on websites and , the accuracy of the search result heavily depends on the accuracy of the tags. StumbleUpon has a search utility/recommendation engi

MoonFruit.com: Free Website Builder – Moonfruit – Total website design control

MoonFruit.com: Free Website Builder – Moonfruit – Total website design control
We are a growing, London-based team of developers, creatives and entrepreneurs who are passionate about great design, great products and supporting startups, small businesses and design communities. Moonfruit is the no.1 hosted site builder in the UK and is growing rapidly in the rest of the world. A third of our users are in the US. More than 5 million sites have been built using our design software.

Jonathon Balogh blog: How to Use Google Analytics on a WordPress.com Blog

Jonathon Balogh blog: How to Use Google Analytics on a WordPress.com Blog
In any case, I was about to reconsider investing in a self-hosted option when I found a post in the wordpress.com forums linking to a solution from a content delivery network called CloudFlare. The post didn’t generate as much discussion as it seemed to warrant but the idea sounded interesting so I gave it a try. In the end, using CloudFlare to get Google Analytics on my blog worked well enough that I thought it was worth sharing in more detail but not well enough that I would recommend it to everyone without reservation.

jeffbullas.com: This blog is about all things to do with Social Media and Online Marketing, including Twitter, Blogging, Facebook, YouTube, LinkedIn, Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) and and content marketing.

jeffbullas.com: This blog is about all things to do with Social Media and Online Marketing, including Twitter, Blogging, Facebook, YouTube, LinkedIn, Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) and and content marketing.
I am a blogger, author, strategist and speaker and work with companies and executives to optimize their online personal and company presence and brand with digital and social media marketing. This blog is about all things to do with Social Media and Online Marketing, including Twitter, Blogging, Facebook, YouTube, LinkedIn, Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) and and content marketing. The blog’s focus is to assist business in “getting found online” in a digital world and making your company visible and successful on a crowded web. I have a degree in Commerce and Economics and have spent most of my career involved with Information Technologies, Telecommunications and the Web Industry.

Aliso the Geek | A coder in love with WordPress

Aliso the Geek | A coder in love with WordPress
The more I code, the more fascinated I become with the idea of how much I don’t know about programming. New techniques come into being every day, and I just can’t keep up with all of them. On this blog, I try to at least keep up with the WordPress world. I love making WordPress plugins, and I love learning more about the WordPress API. Hopefully anyone interested in the same can take something from my blog every now and then. Why “Aliso the Geek”? Where’s the N? I went to a small college where the instructors took attendance. My maiden name (Kleinschmidt) caused my first name to get cut off on the attendance sheet: “Kleinschmidt, Aliso.” Teachers usually understood it was Alison. One teacher that I’d had before called me Aliso all quarter as a joke. The nickname then followed me to work, where my boss expanded it to “Aliso the Geek.” They even got me a birthday cake one year with that nickname on it.