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What is a database?

A database is the information that makes up a dynamic website. It is stored in a grid with columns and rows. A column will have a relation in that it may be all the cities etc. a row may have relation in that it may be related columns such as a persons last and first name or other things about that person. Rows have unique keys. A unique key refers to that row and must different. -> Read more

The most common mistake in website design

Nowadays in the world of WordPress, blogger and quick free websites many people who have not studied web design are making their own websites. The most common mistake is not deciding a purpose before starting. It is best to establish a purpose first and all things on the website should be governed by that goal. -> Read more

How to Download and Install A Drupal Module

A module adds a function or capability to the standard Drupal web site; there are over 11,000 modules to choose from. They can be downloaded from the Drupal web site at www.drupal.org if you know the name of the module you can you type it into the search and refine your search by selecting modules or at www.drupal.org/project/modules they are sorted by most used. -> Read more

Will My Web Site Be Found On Google?


Clients Frequently Ask About Being Found On Google.

My standard answer is that they need to write articles every day. But then I say who has time for that. It usually takes me most the day to write an article, but to get really good ranking you need to write an article every day. The people who asking are busy people who have to hustle all day long for their business. -> Read more

How To Add Content To Your Drupal Web Site

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    This location will vary according to the theme you are using. Find the menu option called create content, maybe on a menu on the left or right. This option will only appear if you are signed on and allowed to add content.

URL Canonicalization


A canonical URL is uniform, meaning that all references to this web site are the same. See the examples at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/URL_normalization
Search engines do this to remove duplicate content from their index. Imagine if you searched for something and got a 100 results referring to the same page. That would not be much help especially if the page was not relevant. -> Read more



  • 4:09 AM 18 April 2014
  • dashaver.com