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In the last two parts (Part 1 and Part 2) of using WordPress and the .html extension in permalinks, I’ve outlined the pros and the cons. Well, after a lot of testing, I’ve found a reason why you should probably avoid it. When adding .html to the end of permalinks, the post slug behavior is […]
From Android to iPhone, the wireless world certainly got shaken up in 2007. This year saw the first anniversary of the PhoneNews.com merger, the creation of this blog, and did I mention iPhone? Now, I’m not going to say next year will be “big”, “important”, or insert your favorite new year’s comment here… but you’re […]
After last time on WordPress permalinks, I’ve questioned appending the .html to the end of posts. So, I did an exhaustive research of the matter. Granted, the .html is faux in nature. These aren’t static html pages, we’re just adding it to help improve search engine ranks. The appending of html does a few things: […]
So, WordPress 2.3.2 came out tonight, and the site has already been updated. But, it did remind me to write about WordPress permalink structure. WordPress has great permalink structuring, but you can make it even better. You can customize it to your needs, and what you’re site is using WordPress for. Right now, ChristopherPrice.net uses […]
In preparation for the big PhoneNews.com switchover, I’ve started tagging and building out categories for all articles on this site. Not a big deal, but if you want to take a look at the categories, enjoy and feel free to post feedback in the comments. Still undecided on tag clouds, but I don’t have too […]
Think Secret announced last week that they were closing down operations as a part of their settlement with Apple. Well, yesterday comes around, and guess what? They’re still posting new news. Now, Think Secret didn’t say they would shut down immediately, they just said it “would cease operations”. That could mean tomorrow (okay, that didn’t […]