Category Archives: Search Engines

PageRank

SEO: Illuminating the value of URL design If you’ve read many of our other posts here at The Well Designed URLs Initiative, you know that we are strong advocates for User-Centered URL Design as well as for URL Literacy. It’s … Continue reading

Posted in All Organizations, Basic, Framework Developers, Hosting Providers, Infrastructure Providers, Open-Source Participants, Overview, Search Engines, SEO, SEO Consultants, Teachers, URIs, Web App Providers, Web Developers | 8 Comments

URLQuiz #1: To .WWW or not to .WWW?

As promised, this is the first of what will be many URLQuizes here are the blog for The Well Designed URLs Initiative. This URLQuiz discusses the convention of using a subdomain with the name ‘www‘ to identify a website. As … Continue reading

Posted in Framework Developers, Internet Professionals, Open-Source Participants, Search Engines, SEO Consultants, Standards Participants, URLQuiz, Web App Providers, Web Designers, Web Developers | 15 Comments

Use rel=”spam” to Fight Comment Spam?

As I was going through my Akismet spam filter today reviewing the 87 comment spam I got during the prior ~24 hours to ensure I didn’t delete any legitimate comments, it occurred to me that maybe there is a simple … Continue reading

Posted in Everyone, Framework Developers, Proposing, Search Engines, SEO Consultants, SoapBox, Standards Participants, Web App Providers, Web Developers | 9 Comments