All posts by jhnidk

Change default tab in Facebook page

Learn how to customize the default tab in your facebook pageAfter you have created custom tabs on your Facebook page, you might want to change the default Facebook setting, that controls which of the available tabs on your page that’s initially displayed to your visitors.

The good news is, that although this important functionality is hidden a little too good according to my taste, changing the default tab is very easy in Facebook.

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Spice up your Facebook page with custom tabs

Use facebook for adding unique content to your facebook pageIf you want a professional Facebook page, you need to create additional content beyond the standard wall, and maybe some kind of feed import.

In this post you’ll learn to add a custom tab to your Facebook page using static FBML, where you can add content in plain HTML.

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Scheduling posts in wordpress

Schedule posts publishing in WordPressFor some blogs it’s very important to frequently publish new posts, which normally requires regular attention to your blog..

With the little trick in this post, you can learn how to schedule when new posts are published, so you don’t have to manually publish all your posts.

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Use PHP, MySql and Google Map API v3 for displaying data on map

Displaying multiple=Displaying data on maps can be useful in many situations.

By integrating tools like PHP, MySQL and Google Maps, you can relatively easy build customized maps for your website or blog.

In this post we’ll take a closer look on the possibilities, and build a  interactive map based on PHP, MySql and Google Map API v3.

To see what we’re building, see live example here

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Display WordPress blog posts automatically on Facebook

Automatically display wordpress posts on facebook pageIf you have a WordPress powered Blog, it’s a good idea t use the great RSS functionality in WordPress to automatially display your recent posts on your Facebook profile, and therby distribute your content automatically on more channels.

In this post you’ll learn how easy it is to connect your Facebook profile with your WordPress based Blog.

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New Official SEO guide from Google

SEO guide from GoogleSEO can anything between science and voodoo, since Google and other search engines typically keep their ranking very secret, to prevent irrelevant results from spamming the search results.

That’s why it’s very interesting that Google just published a guide on how to SEO optimize websites.

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Rotate images and text with CSS 3

Learn how to rotate images and text with CSSRotated images can give your site or blog a interesting and modern look. Normally you would need to open a image editing program like Photoshop og Gimp, and manually rotate the images.

With CSS 3 you can avoid the manual work, and get the same effect by adding a small piece of CSS to you page.

See examples here

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