Category → WordPress
If you are running a typical Blog using WordPress, then the answer is no, you shouldn't allow search engines to index your category and tag pages (if you care about maintaining a higher SEO value).
Anyway, here is the reason : Continue reading →
Most of the shared web-hosts that allow hosting of multiple sites from a single hosting account (like Hostmonster, CirtexHosting etc.) has a common structure. You'll have one main website or domain and all the other websites or domains will be added as Add-on domains from cpanel. This way you can host multiple websites from a single hosting account. However, this approach has a problem. With each Add-on domain created from cpanel, you also automatically get a sub-domain (almost in all cases). Now, the challenge is to using the Addon domain, without the auto created subdomain. This may be important for your website optimization. Continue reading →
After my last post about Changing WordPress URL, I found that a simple COPY/PASTE of the code I provided don't actually work, since WordPress converts straight single/double quotes to curly quotes. Although it looks good, but it doesn't work when used as CODE. See How to Fix this problem: Continue reading →
Few days ago I've changed my WordPress blog hosting from CirtexHosting to HostMonster. I've used CirtexHosting for 2 years and HostMonster for more than a year, mainly for development purposes. So perhaps, within a few days, I'll post a review about their performance. In short, both of them provide very good web hosting services. However, this post is not about the review, it's about the temporary problem I've faced while shifting this blog hosting. Continue reading →