All bloggers loves to receive feedback on their articles. But how do you handle negative feedback? As a blog grows, it becomes more exposed to negative comments. Despite the fact theses comments aren't flattering, they're good for your blog. Here's 8 reasons why.
As a blogger, everyday Iâ€™m receiving hundreds of spam comments. I was very curious about how spammers can sends so many automated comments to thousands of blogs. Here's an exemple which demonstrate how to spam blogs using PHP and Curl.
Most blogs are selling ads spaces, or at least, they try. During the last weeks, I visited many blogs and studied how do they spread the info about their ad spots sells. Here is 8 tips and tricks to create a killer advertising page for your blog and attract new advertisers.
In terms of web design, Apple.com is a very good exemple of clean semantic code and stunning graphics. Here's 5 high quality tutorials to design like apple.com and recreate Apple's menubar, breadcrumbs, stylesheets...
That's a fact: It's very annoying to click on a link and find an Error 404. So what about a little bit of fun? In this tutorial, I'll show you how to create a Blue Screen of Death-like 404 page.
In this post, you will find a little reminder of Mootools base functions (Basic Learning) , tips and examples to do more things with less code.
The purpose of the following reminder is to help you understand the tips and examples.
Comments are a very important part of a blog: This is where your readers gives you feedback about your posts. Many bloggers loves to receive feedback on their articles, but it's not always that easy, especially on a newly created weblog. On Cats WhoCode, I got 690 comments for 36 articles, so here's some simple tips I had implemented on my blog for getting more comments.