It caters for both Microformat and RDFa output (stick to the default of Microformat if you’re not sure what either of those mean). It also copes with ‘multiple trails’, i.e. pages that have more than one heirarchy to reach them, e.g. Books > Authors > C.S.Lewis, and Books > Children > Classics. Continue reading “Easy ‘Rich Snippet’ Breadcrumbs”
If you care about how many people see, and engage with your Facebook posts – then you need to know when to post to that particular page.
Don’t trust blanket rules of ‘most readers are online and responsive between 10am – 11am’.
That may be true for certain groups of people, but many groups have totally different habits. It’s easy to see why a page targeted to Human Resources and recruitment might peak somewhere between 9-5, but a page targeting night shift workers won’t — because they’ll be asleep! Continue reading “What Is The Best Time To Post To A Facebook Page?”
It’s very easy to make mistakes with the htaccess Order directive, so if it’s not working here’s some tips to fix it (for Apache web servers).
If we get the ‘Deny, Allow’ bit the wrong way round it won’t do what we expect – at best it will do nothing, at worst it denies everybody access to our site. So tread carefully, keep a backup and test after making changes 🙂
‘Order’ in htaccess does not work like other kinds of regular expressions (regex).