Quick Remedy for Facebook App API Change and Tabs

A few days ago, as of this writing, Facebook once again updated their API for application development.  These changes were announced as a way of making the pages for an application more consistent with their internal structure, by eliminating Facebook pages for applications. If you have developed an application, the Facebook page will become unavailable on March 1, 2012.  You do have the option...
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Quick Advice in Facebook Advertising

Thinking of running a Facebook ad campaign for your website or page on your own? You’ve likely heard a combination of success and horror stories and possibly faced some confusion over what you are seeing. We did some experimenting with some free Facebook advertising credit.  If you are paying for hosting, and thinking about running Facebook ads, check to see if you host may offer you a...
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Quick Guide to WordPress Custom Post Types

In developing your website with the WordPress CMS, you are likely to run into situations where you want to create separate types of posts to display in separate ways.  Your first thought might be to create some sort of special category, but in reality, there is no need.  Just utilize WordPress 2.9+ for what it is worth, and insert new post-type categories into site and dashboard with the...
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The Best, Biggest, Least Talked About SEO Tip

Once you start trying to build your online brand, you are going to be inundated with tips and tricks (and people trying to charge you heaps of money) from those trying to provide SEO (search engine optimazation) services.   You’ll receive e-mails and messages from people of all sorts, from those living in distant lands to those who promise to make you number one without ever really...
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Function to Arrange WordPress Tags by City, State

Should you encounter a situation where you have tagged your posts with location data of city and state, you will undoubtedly find that your tags are being displayed in-post or in-loop alphabetically, ignoring the general format you desire. To remedy this, pop this function into your functions.php file in-theme. <?php function citystatetags($pid) { $posttags = get_the_tags($pid); $tag_state =...
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A Good Site Means A Good CMS

A Content Management System, or CMS, is a set of back-end access tools (usually through a special administration page) that allows you to control aspects of your site, without needing to code entirely new pages and occasionally, without knowing anything about web programming at all. Content Management Systems are integral to maintaining a dynamic website, such as an e-commerce enabled website.  ...
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