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|881:|| Will a Great Site Design Attract More Links?|
"What have your experiences been? Is it easier to get links if you go with a professional looking template (including the footer link to the designer) than if you build your own site (which looks good and neat, but not "great")? Or doesn't it matter a lot except for certain niches?"
|Link Development||Oct 19, 2008|
|882:|| Will XHTML Ever Come of Age?|
Dead protocol walking or the future?
|HTML||Sept 4, 2002|
|883:|| Will We Ever See Another Old Time Update Again?|
Webmasters are getting that old time feeling that an update is due. Many are having a hard soul searching time trying to come to grips with the idea that Google may never have an old fashioned update (ok: dance) again.
|WebmasterWorld Supporters||Apr 22, 2004|
|884:|| Will We All Retire Wearing Wrist Braces?|
" I even had custom made ones when I was in Carpal Tunnel rehab, but they're not very comfortable for working."
|Foo||Feb 16, 2005|
|885:|| Will The Real TrueLocal Stand Up|
"News Corps has launched a site in Australia using the name of a well known search engine in the states and Canada"
|Webmaster General||Feb 2, 2006|
|886:|| Will Reported Icahn Yahoo Shares Buy Revive Microsoft Bid?|
"...a source familiar with the situation said the activist investor had acquired some 50 million Yahoo shares and was expected to decide Wednesday whether to launch a proxy contest..."
|Yahoo Corporate||May 14, 2008|
|887:|| Will Google Knol Kill Off Wikipedia?|
"A knol on a particular topic is meant to be the first thing someone who searches for this topic for the first time will want to read."
|Webmaster General||Dec 14, 2007|
|888:|| Will Google Comply with Korea's Real-Name Verification Law?|
"The law states that South Korean web sites with at least 100,000 daily visitors must force users to register with verifiable real names."
|Asia and Pacific Region||Apr 14, 2009|
|889:|| Will Google Buy Yell?||Local Search||Jan 11, 2008|
|890:|| Will Existing Google AdSense Publishers Have To Maintain a G+ Account?|
|Google AdSense||Jan 26, 2012|
|891:|| Will Ask Jeeves Dump Google Ads?|
"Casella has also been tapped to consult with the Ask Jeeves executive team on optimizing consumer and advertiser relationships..."
|WebmasterWorld Supporters||June 9, 2004|
|892:|| Will A Site Suffer In Google SERPs Without Using Social Media|
WebmasterWorld Members discuss how lack of social media activity might eventually negatively affect the site's positioning in Google SERPs.
|Google SEO News and Discussion||Feb 13, 2012|
|893:|| Wikiseek Launches||Alternative Search Engines||Jan 16, 2007|
|894:|| Wikipedia's Jimmy Wales Defends SOPA Protest Blackout|
Jimmy Wales, the co-founder of Wikipedia, has defended the decision to blackout the website around the world tomorrow, despite other American technology companies refusing to follow suit.
|Webmaster General||Jan 17, 2012|
|895:|| Wikipedia has my content!|
What to do when your content turns up on Wikipedia... Plus, who's liable for lost ad revenue on the original site?
|Content, Writing and Copyright||Sept 26, 2007|
|896:|| Wikipedia and UK's National Portrait Gallery In Row Over Paintings Uploads|
"The National Portrait Gallery is threatening legal action after 3,300 images from its website were uploaded to Wikipedia..."
|Content, Writing and Copyright||July 21, 2009|
|897:|| Wikipedia and DMOZ Listing Leading to an 'Unnatural Listing' Slap In Google|
WebmasterWorld Members discuss the apparent 'unnatural listing' slap in Google after Wikipedia and DMOZ scraped listings appear in Google's index.
|Google SEO News and Discussion||Aug 20, 2012|
|898:|| Wikipedia Tops All For Online News & Information|
"Online encyclopaedia Wikipedia has added about 20 million unique monthly visitors in the past year, making it the top online news and information destination, according to Nielsen//NetRatings."
|Foo||July 9, 2007|
|899:|| Wikipedia To Require Revisions Sanctioned By Editors|
"The site will require that revisions to pages about living people and some organisations be approved by an editor."
|Foo||Aug 25, 2009|
|900:|| Wikipedia To Get New Look|
"In April, the Wikimedia Foundation is rolling out the first of several significant changes to the user experience of Wikipedia as part of our usability and user experience program."
|Foo||Mar 28, 2010|
|901:|| Wikipedia Starts e-Book Export Capability|
You can use it to collate your personal collection of Wikipedia articles and generate free ebooks.
|Webmaster General||Sept 18, 2012|
|902:|| Wikipedia On Top in Google Search Results|
"Is Google promoting a non-profit site over others or just the huge traffic Wikipedia is getting?"
|Google SEO News and Discussion||Feb 26, 2007|
|903:|| Wikipedia Founder Branches Into Free Hosting|
Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales said his for-profit company, Wikia will offer free hosting and software. In addition, they will offer their users 100% of ad revenue generated by their sites.
|Community Building and User Generated Content||Dec 11, 2006|
|904:|| Wikipedia Editor Storm Continues, Now to Seek Proof of Credentials|
"Following revelations that a high-ranking member of Wikipedia's bureaucracy used his cloak of anonymity to lie about being a professor of religion, the free Internet encyclopedia plans to ask contributors who claim such credentials to identify themselves."
|Webmaster General||Mar 9, 2007|
|905:|| Wikipedia Editing Changes Called "Unworkable" by Critics||Foo||Jan 26, 2009|
|906:|| Wikipedia Criticises Chinese Search Engine|
"The group behind the Wikipedia online encyclopedia has accused Baidu.com, China's most popular internet search engine, of being the worst violator of its copyrights. Florence Nibart-Devouard, chair of the Board of Trustees at the Wikimedia Foundation yesterday asked the company again to give credit where it is due."
|Asia and Pacific Region||Aug 6, 2007|
|907:|| Wikipedia Continues climb, Breaks Alexa Top 30|
"This week Wiki entered the top 30 continuing it's rapid rise. At the current rate it's scheduled to be the world's leading information source in 16 months."
|WebmasterWorld Supporters||Dec 19, 2005|
|908:|| Wikipedia Cleared in French Defamation Case|
Court determines that web site hosts cannot be liable under civil law because of information stored on them if they do not in fact know of their illicit nature.
|Content, Writing and Copyright||Nov 6, 2007|
|909:|| Wikipedia Annoyingly Inaccurate Articles|
"I find it incredibly annoying that Wikipedia doesn't seem to verify their content. It seems any "goober" can write anything they want and it goes unchecked."
|Webmaster General||June 29, 2006|
|910:|| Wikimedia Founder Voluntarily Gives Up Special Account Status|
"Co-founder Jimmy Wales gave up some of his site privileges following protests by contributors angered that he had deleted images without consultation."
|Webmaster General||May 17, 2010|
|911:|| Wikimedia Foundation Launches Wikipedia Nearby (Beta)|
As a first pass, the mobile team has focused on using the Nearby page to surfaces articles in close proximity that lack images, inviting users to add one.
|Local Search||May 30, 2013|
|912:|| Wikia Search To Open Next Week|
"After months of talk and a few weeks of invitation-only testing, Wikia Search is to open to the general public next week."
|Alternative Search Engines||Jan 2, 2008|
|913:|| Wikia Search (Alpha) Online|
"Wikia Search (Alpha) is now running..."
|Alternative Search Engines||Jan 7, 2008|
|914:|| Widget Gives Sidebar Details Pane On Twitter|
"The new details pane instantly displays content like photos and videos,..."
|Oct 21, 2010|
|915:|| Wide Screen Displays Changing Web Page Design|
One of the most radical screen geometry changes in web design history is quietly occurring. Dell - like other major computer manufactures - no longer offers default laptops in the 1024x768 resolution range. All laptops are now in the wide screen wxga format. This change has occurred in the last few. This changes everything in web design.
|WebmasterWorld Supporters||Sept 5, 2007|
|916:|| WiFi Security Flaw|
"A Microsoft Windows feature that allows PCs to automatically search for Wi-Fi connections could be exploited by hackers."
|Microsoft Windows OS (XP/NT/Vista/Windows 7/8/10)||Jan 17, 2006|
|917:|| WiFi Alliance Says WiFi Direct Will Make Connections Easier|
"The Wi-Fi Alliance said it would soon finish work on a new specification called Wi-Fi Direct."
|Webmaster General||Oct 15, 2009|
|918:|| Wi-Fi user fined for battening off hotspot|
"...a former Machesney Park resident, is the first person in Winnebago County to be charged with remotely accessing another computer system without the owner's approval. He pleaded guilty Tuesday to the charge and was fined $250 and sentenced to one year of court supervision."
|Foo||Mar 25, 2006|
|919:|| Why most of us should NOT use xhtml|
"Ian Hickson, an invited expert in the W3C CSS Working Group, explains why XHTML should not be sent as text/html"
|HTML||Apr 2, 2006|
|920:|| Why isn't Froogle Catching on?|
"...people are saying Froogle is a major disappointment. ... the big question is why? Was it solely their implementation? Or is there more to it?"
|WebmasterWorld Supporters||Aug 1, 2004|