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|1361:|| Web Site Analytics: Bounce Rate. And What it Means|
"WebmasterWorld Members talk about bounce rates, and discuss what it means if the rate is going up or going down."
|Website Analytics - Tracking and Logging||Aug 19, 2008|
|1362:|| Web Services To Aid, Not Kill, Software -Microsoft|
"Chief Software Architect Ray Ozzie told investors and reporters attending the annual financial analyst meeting at Microsoft's headquarters that the company is looking to convert its existing software franchises into Web-delivered services."
|Webmaster General||July 28, 2006|
|1363:|| Web Sales Down on Black Friday?|
"EBay was the online winner this 'Black Friday,' data published on Saturday showed, but overall Internet traffic growth was well below last year's even as bargain hunters tracked down sought-after toys and electronics on the Web before 'Cyber Monday.'"
|Ecommerce||Nov 27, 2006|
|1364:|| Web Readibility for Long Pages|
Fonts, line height, content width -- it all matters. Here our members share their knowledge on how to make a long content page readable.
|Content, Writing and Copyright||Feb 3, 2006|
|1365:|| Web Reaches New Milestone: 100 Million Sites|
"There were just 18,000 Web sites when Netcraft, based in Bath, England, began keeping track in August of 1995. It took until May of 2004 to reach the 50 million milestone; then only 30 more months to hit 100 million, late in the month of October 2006."
|Foo||Nov 1, 2006|
|1366:|| Web Page Design Priorities: Purpose vs. Presentation?|
Coding and the target audience.
|HTML||Aug 6, 2002|
|1367:|| Web Page Date Formats|
A general survey on date format usage.
|HTML||July 12, 2002|
|1368:|| Web Open Font Format (WOFF) Support From Mozilla, Opera and Microsoft|
"The WOFF font format was designed to provide lightweight, easy-to-implement compression of the font data, suitable for use in conjunction with the @font-face CSS declaration."
|HTML||Apr 27, 2010|
|1369:|| Web News Cashes In|
"...the New York Times went from a $7.5 million loss on its Internet site in 2001 to an $8 million profit in 2002..."
|Ecommerce||Apr 16, 2003|
|1370:|| Web Hosting From Home|
Having your web site on your desktop 24x7 is the quiet little dream that has been building since the bygone days of the BBS era. In a classic thread, Mack takes us through the ins-outs of running a box from home.
|New To Web Development||Apr 27, 2005|
|1371:|| Web Hosting For a Complete Newbie|
"WebmasterWorld members discuss the issues surrounding web hosting for a beginner." (-subscription required)
|Webhosting Issues and Options||Sept 26, 2009|
|1372:|| Web Host Shuts Down 70,000 Blogs With No Notice|
'Blogetery.com said its server had been "terminated without any notification or explanation."'
|Foo||July 20, 2010|
|1373:|| Web Entropy or We Are Devo|
"..to giants like Time Warner and the publishing oligarchy investing in the Web can also be strategically a loss leader - gum up the Web so much that it becomes unusable..."
|Webmaster General||Jan 4, 2002|
|1374:|| Web Development Success is Often Built on the Lessons of Webdev Fails|
If you're new to web development the content of this thread could give you a head start. If you're experienced, let's hear your contributions: We were all beginners once upon a time.
|New To Web Development||July 31, 2017|
|1375:|| Web Developers, Fix your Insecure Flash|
Warnings about the insecurity of online Flash multimedia created with all but the most recent authoring tools have largely fallen upon deaf ears..."
|Flash and Shockwave||Mar 30, 2008|
|1376:|| Web Content To Guide A B2B Prospect Through The Sales Cycle|
"...general types of information that any company could create that was using their web site to market to a B2B base, and needed to generate more leads..."
|Content, Writing and Copyright||Apr 12, 2009|
|1377:|| Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0|
"Drawing on extensive experience and community feedback, the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0 improve upon W3C's groundbreaking initial standard for accessible Web content, apply to more advanced technologies, and are more precisely testable."
|Accessibility and Usability||Dec 17, 2008|
|1378:|| Web Census Shows Top Trackers are Google, Facebook, and Twitter|
"All of the top 5 third parties, as well as 12 of the top 20, are Google-owned domains."
|Website Analytics - Tracking and Logging||May 23, 2016|
|1379:|| Web Browser 'Tabnapping' Phishing Attack|
"What we don't expect is that a page we've been looking at will change behind our backs, when we aren't looking."
|Foo||May 28, 2010|
|1380:|| Web Advertisers' Trade Associations Put Forward Self-Regulation||Foo||July 2, 2009|
|1381:|| Web Ad Broker Networks Under Pressure|
"But as the climate has soured, network executives say many ad deals in the pipeline have been reduced or pulled. Tight wallets have forced ad agencies to get tough, even canceling ad deals to get a better rate."
|Affiliates||Oct 29, 2008|
|1382:|| Web Accessibility is Not My Problem!|
"Accessibilty is a shared responsibility between the webmaster, the user agent (ie. browser makers), and the end user."
|Accessibility and Usability||July 13, 2007|
|1383:|| Web Access Cut For Music & Film Pirates In France|
"Under the agreement, drawn up by a commission headed by the chief executive of FNAC, one of France's biggest music and film retailers, service providers will issue warning messages to customers downloading files illegally."
|Content, Writing and Copyright||Nov 26, 2007|
|1384:|| Web 2.0: Hype, or are they on to something?|
"So I've been reading a lot about this Web 2.0 stuff recently. How the Internet has evolved from a commerce focus, to a participation focus and companies that want to succeed in the new environment need to harness "the power of the many." Tagging over taxonomy, participation over publishing, The Long Tail, social networking - all of this stuff is captured in what O'Reilly and Battelle are calling the Web 2.0."
|WebmasterWorld Supporters||Oct 13, 2005|
|1385:|| We're Spending More Time With Online Videos: ComScore||Web Video Creation and Optimization||June 23, 2008|
|1386:|| We're Out of the Google Sandbox!|
Allegra releases tens of thouands of sites to run free again.
|WebmasterWorld Supporters||Feb 8, 2005|
|1387:|| We Paused Google AdWords Adgroup but ads still running|
ReConfirmed and addressed by Google.
|Google AdWords||Feb 28, 2007|
|1388:|| Ways to Work Out How To Rank in Google|
I hear many people complain that they can't figure out how to rank in Google. One method that I use to formulate my SEO strategy is to ignore what Google tells webmasters to do and instead pay more attention to what Google warns webmasters not to do.
|Google SEO News and Discussion||July 10, 2013|
|1389:|| Ways for Small Sites to Compete With Larger Sites|
The great thing about the internet is that it is possible for smaller businesses to compete with larger businesses. [br][br]With a good mix of passion and creativity, it is possible for your small website to outperform even the biggest companies.
|Google SEO News and Discussion||Jan 6, 2014|
|1390:|| Wave of AdSense Account Closures July 2016|
Many Google AdSense Publishers received messages of account closures. Find out how to recover your account.
|Google AdSense||July 6, 2016|
|1391:|| Wave Of Layoffs in Wake of Panda|
"Seeing a 40% decline in sales since Google adjusted its algorithm, online ergonomic-products retailer Ergo In Demand Inc. in Central Point, Ore., reduced its 17-person staff to five, moved to a 4,500-square-foot office space from one more than double in size and cut $4,000 in monthly software subscriptions. [br][br]Many small but growing Web retailers say they have been punished since Google, which handles nearly two-thirds of all Web searches, moved in late February to weed out "content farms," or sites that post information without attention to quality or by copying text from other sources such as government websites."
|Google, Alphabet Inc., Finance, Govt, Policy and Business Issues||Apr 22, 2011|
|1392:|| Watchdog group calls Google's privacy policies the worst|
"In a report released today, London-based Privacy International assigned Google its lowest possible grade. The category is reserved for companies with "comprehensive consumer surveillance and entrenched hostility to privacy."
|Google, Alphabet Inc., Finance, Govt, Policy and Business Issues||June 10, 2007|
|1393:|| Washingtonpost.com Launches Reviewed.com Technology Reviews|
"...congrats to long time WebmasterWorld supporters and pubcon speakers at Reviewed.com..."
|Webmaster General||Sept 12, 2007|
|1394:|| Washington Post Stops Accepting Blog Comments|
"... there are things that we said we would not allow, including personal attacks, the use of profanity and hate speech. Because a significant number of folks who have posted in this blog have refused to follow any of those relatively simple rules, we've decided not to allow comments for the time being. "
|Community Building and User Generated Content||Jan 23, 2006|
|1395:|| Warnings on Automated Search Engine Queries ReSurface|
"You may hear of a Web site being banned by Google, but normally it takes some form of spamming on the person's Web site for that to happen, not simply running WebPosition's Reporter."
|WebmasterWorld Supporters||June 27, 2003|
|1396:|| Warnings Raised Over 'Flame' Data Collection Malware|
The malware is capable of recording audio via a microphone, before compressing it and sending it back to the attacker.[br][br]It is also able to take screenshots of on-screen activity, automatically detecting when "interesting" programs - such as email or instant messaging - were open.
|Webmaster General||May 28, 2012|
|1397:|| Warning: Deprecated HTML Tags and Attributes|
An important list of elements no longer supported in strict HTML 4.0 and XHTML
|HTML||Apr 8, 2002|
|1398:|| Warning of New Phase Of 'Cyber Attack'||Website Technology Issues||July 10, 2009|
|1399:|| Warehouse Automation - Transformed in 6 weeks|
Some real-life warehouse automation experiences.
|Ecommerce||Sept 23, 2010|
|1400:|| Walmarts $199 PC Sells Briskly|
"By dropping software from Microsoft and avoiding "Intel inside," retailer Wal-Mart Stores is offering a $199 computer it says is a hot seller on its Web site, attracting novices looking for a way onto the Internet as well as high-end users wanting a second box."
|Linux, Unix, and *nix like Operating Systems||Dec 7, 2002|