All posts by jhnidk

Create your own RSS feed with PHP and Mysql

Create a RSS feed with MySQL and PHPA RSS feed is a great way of distributing your content to new and existing users. RSS feeds are a fine alternative to email newsletters, since users can read the feeds when they want, and modern feed readers givers the users great overview over many feed sources.

In this post you can learn how easy it is to create a RSS feed with PHP and MySQL

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Street Slide new Street View functionality from Microsoft

Microsodt introduces Street Slide Street view functionality in Bing MapsThe development in the mapping world is very fast. Both Microsoft and Google has Street level imagery (Street View and Street Side) but navigating this content can be a little difficult.

However Microsoft has now invented a new navigation concept – Street Slide

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Create a great Facebook page in 10 min

Create a facebook page with PagemodoCreating a strong Facebook presence is getting increasingly more important for many sites. If you’re lucky and  have the time or resources, you can build a nice looking Facebook site from scratch, however if this isn’t the case then you need to look for alternative solutions.

In this post we’ll take a closer look at the free tool Pagemodo, that can help you build a nice Facebook page in 10 minutes

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Open Graph enable your WordPress blog

How to enable Facebook Open Graph on your wordpress blogFacebook Open Graph protocol is a new way of distributing your content on Facebook.

By adding Open Graph Meta tags on your WordPress based blog together with the Facebook Like buttons, you can get better control over how your content is displayed on Facebook, and get better possibilities of interacting with users who likes your post.

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Facebook Like button in WordPress

Adding Facebook like buttons to your WordPress based blogWith the enormous userbase on Facebook, the new “Like buttons” from Facebook is also something you should consider for your WordPress based blog.

There are already plugins that can insert Like buttons on your blog, but since the implementation is very easy, including a plugin for this limited amount of functionality sounds like overkill to me.
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Sticky social links for WordPress

Sticky links to social media like on MashableSocial media represents a big marketing opportunity for blogs.

If a post gets viral on social media, you can expect a big traffic uplift, and get in touch with a new and highly relevant userbase at a very attractive cost.

In this post you’ll learn how to include a ajax based sticky social media links to your WordPress powered blog – just like the links to social services on Mashable.

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The secret Google Stock API

The secret google stock api for NASDAQAre you looking for NASDAQ stock information, then maybe the secret Google Stock API can be helpful.

This API is not a part of the official Google API family, which means that the usage rights are unclear, and the API isn’t supported by Google.

However the API is very useful, so I’ll illustrate the possibilities with the API in this post.

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