|Forum: Website Technology Issues|
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|28:|| Put Your robots.txt on a Diet|
"I started looking for ways to reduce the size of this file without losing any of its functionality. I found three methods which, used together, can achieve a significant size reduction in robots.txt, making the file faster to load, and easier to maintain and keep organized."
|June 13, 2003|
|29:|| Put your robots.txt on a diet|
Three easy ways to reduce bloat in robots.txt
|June 4, 2003|
|30:|| Transfering Files From One Server to Another|
Transfering a huge site to a new server.
|May 12, 2003|
|31:|| The Mighty Runaway WiFi Train|
"Seemingly overnight, as many as 1 million Wi-Fi high-speed Internet access points have sprung up across the U.S., many centered at business establishments that rely on walk-in traffic. Though not heavily supported by advertising, these Wi-Fi networks have become a new high-tech tool in companies' marketing kits."
|Jan 28, 2003|
|32:|| SportsML - New Language For Sports Related Data|
Protocol madness continues. This time with SportsML. SportsML aims to be the global XML standard for the interchange of sports data.
|Nov 13, 2002|
|33:|| Problems with googlebot after a domain move|
Google seems to be slower than many with DNS updates and this thread discusses some of the resulting problems. One post elegantly details Apache's virtual hosting in terms most webmasters will understand.
|Oct 30, 2002|
|34:|| Microsofts MSN 8.0 Advertising Blitz|
From the popups on the Weather channel to butterflies on Askjeeves, MSN intrusive ads are everywhere.
|Oct 25, 2002|
|35:|| Bandwidth Reduction|
All of the top "tricks" for saving costly bandwidth neatly summarized.
|Oct 2, 2002|
|36:|| Jakob Nielsen Enlisted by Macromedia|
"Macromedia has been listening to critics and has now enlisted Jakob to help make Flash more usable and find ways to educate designers on how to use it sensibly."
|June 4, 2002|
|37:|| Broadband Stagnation - Where Did All the Customers Go?|
"What´s clearly missing from the broadband equation is, simply, a reason to use it. Many consumers find dial-up perfectly acceptable for E-mail and Web browsing."
|May 15, 2002|