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Angular styleUrls and styles in a component

Angular templates can add CSS styling by referencing external CSS files using the styleUrls directive or by adding inline CSS by way of the styles directive. Both directives can be present in the same component but the inline and external … Continue reading

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Setting up Google My Business

If you are a business owner you need to get acquainted with Google My Business. Once set up your business location on the map will appear in Google Search Engine Result Pages (SERPs), along with other information about your business … Continue reading

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Angular Safe Navigation Operator

For those that are new to Angular there is an incredibly useful operator for use in templates. It is called the safe navigation operator and is noted with a question mark (?). Avoid the extra code of checking an object … Continue reading

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Classic AJAX

AJAX stands for Asynchronous JavaScript And XML and has become an integral part of JavaScript coding. Implementing AJAX can often be simplified by using a JavaScript framework, like jQuery. Sometimes a framework is not available and you must use classic … Continue reading

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How to verify your business Facebook Page

The reach of Facebook cannot be denied. With over 1.7 billion (with a “B”) monthly active users, it makes sense for your business to have a presence here. Assuming you have set up a Page for your business, a crucial … Continue reading

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CSS Vertical Padding in a Span Element

If you have worked with CSS a fair amount then you are undoubtedly familiar with the span element. And if you have worked with the span element then you have likely scratched your head and possibly pulled out some hair … Continue reading

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Images in Sitemaps

This is not new information but bears repeating. Most SEO professionals know about creating XML sitemaps for web sites so that search engines can more easily find and index content. One limitation of sitemaps is the ability only to include … Continue reading

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Page Title Tag

The HTML page title tag describes the content of the page itself and is displayed at the top of the browser for all web site visitors. These are good reasons to always pay attention to the page title but the … Continue reading

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Accept Terms and Conditions using jQuery Dialog

There may be a page on your web site that you want to protect by forcing visitors to read a disclaimer or accept terms and conditions before viewing the page contents. This is entirely possible with the jQuery JavaScript library … Continue reading

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Anatomy of a Search Engine

Most search engines have three parts: a crawler, an index, and a search interface. Let’s look at each part individually to get a better understanding of them. Each part has its own role to play in the process, with all … Continue reading

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