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Find Out How Many Pages Of Your Website That Are Indexed At Google
July 30, 2015



Find Out How Many Pages Of Your Website That Are Indexed At Google
Image courtesy of Stuart Miles at FreeDigitalPhotos.net

A simple way to find out how many pages of your website or blog that are indexed at Google is to do this:

1. Go to google.com


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Links To The Original Tweet, Facebook and Google Plus Buttons
November 15, 2012



Links To The Original Tweet, Facebook and Google Plus Buttons
Image courtesy of FreeDigitalPhotos.net.

I have found it rather hard to find the original Tweet, Facebook and Google Plus buttons when I have wanted to add them to my websites. Therefore in this post I will share links to those pages on the original Twitter, Facebook and Google Plus websites where they are located...

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Finally A Fast And Free Broken Link Check Tool For Websites
October 7, 2012



As I add more pages, and links - both inbound and outbound, to my websites I have found that it gets harder and harder to keep track of broken links on them. Which is why I am so happy to finally have found a fast and free Broken Link Check Tool that search and locate broken links on websites quickly.

Finally A Fast And Free Broken Link Check Tool For Websites
No more broken links. Image courtesy of FreeDigitalPhotos.net

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Why I Use A Free Feed Import Widget On My Websites
September 5, 2012



I recently discovered a great free feed import widget online, which I have now used for a while on two of my websites. This feed import widget picks up the latest posts on each of my websites and display the headline with a short description of those posts wherever I have installed the widget. Below here is an example of how the feed widget for my personal blog (ropcorn.com) looks like:...

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Free Thumbnails For Websites
July 19, 2012

Free Thumbnails For Websites
Image: FreeDigitalPhotos.net

A free and easy to install widget that I use to display photo images of other websites on my websites, including this one, come from BitPixels. Now I have tried other free thumbnail services, like Thumbshots, but I do prefer BitPixels. Not that Thumbshots is bad or anything like that, but I like that BitPixels update their widget quickly if the displayed website in the thumbnail make changes. Another positive about BitPixels, in comparison to Thumbshots, is that if you have a Google...

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Easy Share Button Services For Websites
July 3, 2012

Easy Share Button Services For Websites
Image: FreeDigitalPhotos.net

Of course it is always great when people want to share your content on Social Networks or other Online Communities. And I think it is very important to make it as easy as possible for them share content quickly. Therefore I always have Share Buttons available on all my websites, on every page.

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How To Create RSS Feeds
May 28, 2012

How To Create RSS Feeds
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It is really very simple to create rss feeds. Now I have tried many different feed services but the best one, and the one I use today, is rsspect.com. I like it because I have control over what I want my feed to show and because it does not pick up blog updates automatically. Instead I add my updates with a link and a description manually whenever I want to.

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How To Create Forms Without Knowing PHP
May 9, 2012

How To Create Forms Without Knowing PHP
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Thanks to two great websites that provides free forms I can now use all sorts of forms on all my websites without knowing anything about PHP. Phew! And it is so easy! All you need to know is how to copy and paste code into your website's html code. Now I am sure there are other websites that provide this type of service as well, but the two websites I am going to write about here are my favourites and the ones I have used for years.

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