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Wednesday, September 2, 2015

Developers Digest - Wednesday, September 2, 2015

Daily Collected Quality links of interesting topics for web developers. Google doesn't read or understand the topics. I do and I list the ones that count the most by interesting content not just keywords. If you are tired of draconian moderators and have lots to say about the web developement or the internet in general. Drop me a line at twitter and I'll read it and post it up for others here. I will endeavour to have at least three lists weekly. Hopefully this will make the internet a less boring place where news and information has been reduced to 140 characters and silly images.
Whether you're a webmaster or a web designer, there's a question you've most likely either asked or answered many times over the years. That question is, "How many <H1> tags can I use per page, and how exactly should I implement them?" There are generally two reasons this question is asked. The first and most common is for SEO purposes; ensuring content is formatted in the best way possible to aid search engine indexing.

The second is technical correctness; ensuring that markup is written in accordance with the appropriate W3C spec. With the advent of HTML5 the answer to this question has significantly changed in both SEO and technical regards. It's now not only possible to have multiple <H1> level headings per webpage that will make sense to search engines, but in most cases it's actually the recommended course.

The Truth About Multiple H1 Tags in the HTML5 Era





If you live in a country like Germany then having Peerguardian will save you the headache of getting letters from attorneys for downloading music.

In this tutorial Jim shows you how to install the PeerGuardian Linux (pgl) on Ubuntu 13.10 Saucy, 13.04 Raring, 12.04 Precise using ppa repository. Tested to work on 14.04

PeerGuardian Linux (pgl) is a privacy oriented firewall application. It blocks connections to and from hosts specified in huge blocklists (thousands or millions of IP ranges). Its origin seeds in targeting aggressive IPs while you use P2P.

How to Install PeerGuardian on Ubuntu 13.10, 13.04 From PPA

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  2. If you live in a country like Germany then having Peerguardian will save you the headache of getting letters from attorneys for downloading music.

    In this tutorial Jim shows you how to install the PeerGuardian Linux (pgl) on Ubuntu 13.10 Saucy, 13.04 Raring, 12.04 Precise using ppa repository. Tested to work on 14.04

    PeerGuardian Linux (pgl) is a privacy oriented firewall application. It blocks connections to and from hosts specified in huge blocklists (thousands or millions of IP ranges). Its origin seeds in targeting aggressive IPs while you use P2P.

    How to Install PeerGuardian on Ubuntu 13.10, 13.04 From PPA

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  3. Ya, there are many questions asked by seo professionals, the first is how many time did I get my website at top of the search engine? Beside these there are many more, web design company Indeses.

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