One of the topics discussed in my WordCamp Houston Presentation, Optimizing For Performance, was putting social media share buttons in an iframe to improve page rendering. I thought it would be helpful to describe in more detail how to accomplish this. Since Facebook already does a pretty good job of putting their widget code in […]
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My topic will be “Optimizing for Performance” - How to make your WordPress Blog Faster and Scalable. The discussion will include tips for installing and configuring the W3 Total Cache plugin and how to take advantage of APC, X-Cache, or eAccelerator opcode caching…
WordPress Version 3.0 is set to be released in the next week or so and contains some exciting new enhancements and improvements over previous versions. I have been working with the beta and release candidate versions over the past few weeks to develop a client project. I had to make the decision early on to […]
Help “Crowd Source” the coming soon landing page design for a Southern California start up construction management company. The chosen design will also be incorporated into the final site.
Please help a Houston independent liquor beer and wine distributor improve their website by voting for the design concept you like best. Any comments or feedback would be greatly appreciated.
(EDIT) I no longer use the Twitter @Anywhere Service. The API is very unstable and causes problems with the smooth operation of this website. It also has a bug that Twitter will not acknowledge that effects embedded font delivery systems. Twitter’s @anywhere api makes it easy to integrate @Twitter in to your website or blog. […]
For many small businesses and companies a Facebook fan page can be used as an integral part of their marketing strategy. A recent report on Mashable reported that out of Facebook’s 400 million users over 116 million are in the US and when you compare that number to US Census estimates it concludes that 37% […]
March 1, 2010 marks the 40th anniversary of 90.1 FM KPFT, Houston’s only listener sponsored commercial free radio station. KPFT was founded in 1970 by journalist Larry Lee, who convinced Pacifica to establish an independent listener-supported station in Houston. KPFT is part of the of thePacifica network of independent, noncommercial radio stations in the service […]