Do you know the cardinal rule when using computers (and even with you website)? Back-up, back-up, back-up.
When you’ve been blogging for quite some time, you begin to acquire and use terms, acronyms and jargon that some people don’t usually encounter – and naturally, don’t understand. It happens not only in blogging but in other fields too. This series is the reason why the series, Techie Terminology 101, was conceptualized. It is for my newbie blogger friends (and mother) who needs a little 101 on things related to websites and blogging and make the techie terms less overwhelming.
Do you want to promote your Facebook page on your site? Why not try to add the Facebook Like Box to your site? The Like Box is a social plugin that enables Facebook Page owners to attract and gain Likes from their own website. Depending on settings, users will be able to see their current “likers,” read recent posts from the FB page and like the page with one click without leaving your site.
It happens! The enthusiasm just runs out, creative juices dry up and you just dread thinking of writing another blog post or doing another round of bloghopping. Bloggers burnout is just like a writer’s block although the latter is more on losing the ability to produce new work while the former is not just losing the ability but dreading the task of writing new posts, doing blog hopping rounds and other matters related to blogging.
One of the ways to optimize the images that you use for your blog posts or on your widget is by using alt text. The alt attribute, according to W3Schools “provides alternative information for an image if a user for some reason cannot view it (because of slow connection, an error in the src attribute, or if the user uses a screen reader)“. Read more to know why alt helps in SEP, how to include it in images and some guidelines for the alt text.
Would you like to invite another blogger to write on your site? Maybe you want to co-author a blog with another person or you just want someone to have access to your site without giving them your own log-in details (for example, when you’re going to have a template/blog makeover). Whatever your reasons are, do you know that it is possible to add up to 100 authors and administrators to your Blogger blog.
Are you planning to buy a laptop? With all the choices available for you, the task of choosing the perfect device can be confusing, if not downright, overwhelming.
I’m sharing with you the following four main categories of laptops. Each of these has its own merits – you just have to find the one that fits your lifestyle, needs and budget to find your perfect laptop match.