Archive for July, 2011

 

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Google+ Cheat Sheet

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ShareTweet With Google+ recently reached million members, and as Google releases more invites to its social network, more people are trying to learn the ins-and-outs of the Google+ ecosystem. That’s why I was excited when I stumbled across a Google+ cheat sheet, whose origin we’ve traced to Google+ user Simon Laustsen. The cheat sheet includes […]

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rel=canonical Tag in HTTP Header

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ShareTweet on June 17, 2011, Google announced their support for rel=”canonical” HTTP headers. This can come in handy if you see duplication of content across different file types. It basically allows webmasters to assign a file a rel=canonical tag that references an HTML document as the real (canonical) URL. This tag will be very helpful […]

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