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Posted 10/25/2014 in Useful Websites, Javascript, PHP

Free Tool: OpenGraph and Meta Tag Sniffer API

We made a tool to help ourselves check opengraph and basic meta tag information on sites. Should help give a good idea of what some of the big social media sites like Facebook, LinkedIn and Pinterest see when they scan a site. Read This Article ›

Posted 11/30/2010 in Useful Websites

Make Your Own 'Like Us' Facebook Window Decal (PDF)

A business I work for has one of those fancy 'Like Us' decals on their window, and I finally got around to finding out just where they managed to grab it. It looks like Facebook had sent them out to businesses a few months back to help up marketing, but has since stopped production. For now, you can make your own with the file here: Read This Article ›

Posted 11/03/2010 in Useful Websites

Free Social Networking Icon Pack

This is purely a NICE set of social networking icons for you to use on your site, your clients site, etc. It is my favorite icon pack as it goes with just about any template you throw at it. Enjoy. Read This Article ›

Posted 09/05/2010 in Useful Websites

Dreamweaver CS5 HTML5 Pack

The Dreamweaver CS5 extension allows Dreamweaver CS5 to take partial support for the latest HTML5 tags and capabailities. Read This Article ›

Posted 09/05/2010 in Useful Websites

The Best CSS Sticky Footer Layout

This sticky footer solution is working in all major browsers, including Google Chrome and IE 8! It works with floated 2-column layouts and we don't get overlap in resized browser windows unlike older solutions you find when you Google sticky footer. You don't need an empty push div or cleafix hack. Check out the elegant solution and learn what sticky footers are here: CSS Sticky Footers Read This Article ›

Posted 09/05/2010 in Useful Websites

A Beginner's Guide To mod_rewrite

I'm often messing with mod_rewrite to get my site up and running as optimally as possible. It allows you to not only remove those nasty query strings from your URLS, but you can redirect pages and directories, remove the www. from your url, and do a bunch of awesome stuff totally behind the scenes. Read This Article ›