Have you received the error message “This is no longer located in ….” in the past but you know for a fact that the file or folder is where it claims it is not?
I’ve had this frustrating error occur multiple times since switching to Windows 7 (upgraded from Windows XP, where I encountered this problem maybe once or twice in roughly 10 years.)
After many Google searches and digging through troll-filled Help forums and Tech blogs, I have come across a solution. I’m hoping this page surfaces as an easy “go to guide” for solving the problem.
Continue reading Deleting the Undeleteable
This post is “part 2″ of my Web Design Links post. Here’s some of my bookmarks for SEO tools and other useful SEO related pages. This is by no means a complete list, I’ve been very careful not to overload this page with “more of the same” – each tool here serves a different purpose, few are alike, and all are worth bookmarking.
Continue reading Links for SEO
Over the years I’ve acquire more bookmarks than you can shake a stick at! This post should make it easier for me to share my bookmarks with fellow designers and developers. I am also hoping you can share some great links me in the comments.
Continue reading 50 Web Design Links
I’ve been pretty busy the last 6 weeks with several high priority tasks and unfortunately, that means my personal blogging is at the end of my task list. I’ve got posts I’ve been working on, one specifically about gamification and how easy it is to test the waters before investing real capital into a gamified system for your business / website. They will have to wait for another day though!
Continue reading Smashing Avatar Redesign
WordPress is a great open source CMS with 1000s of plugins and themes available. The hardest part about using WordPress is knowing which plugins are the best for your needs. Today I’m going to list a few plugins that end up making it into 9 out of 10 WordPress sites that I develop for myself, or clients.
Continue reading My Favorite WordPress Plugins
Scrapebox has been getting a good buzz lately from some of the traditional, “white hat” SEO blogs that I follow. I’ve been using Scrapebox for 2 or 3 years now and have picked up on a lot of advanced tactics which people seem to either forget about, or haven’t quite figured out.
This post will let you know why Scrapebox should be in your SEO toolkit… 6 months ago! Scrapebox is really an SEO switchblade, packing more than 10 different tools within.
Attention! At the end of this blog post, I’ll show you how to get this $97 piece of software for only $57!
Continue reading Scrapebox’s Hidden Treasures for SEO
Over the last few weeks I’ve been slowly hacking away during my free time (which barely exists as many of you might already know) at a new link building tool, nay, a link discovery tool! To be honest, I spent the last week purely trying to develop a name for the tool and adding to the list of features for version 2.0. Yesterday I was finally able to name and launch my creation. It’s called Chase the Footprint and there’s a few reasons as to why I’ve named it this. More on it’s name and what it does after the jump.
Continue reading Chase the Footprint
This webpage has a redirect loop
Have you come across a website that causes Google’s Chrome browser to spit out an error message like this one?
Continue reading Fixing the Chrome Redirect Loop
After seeing a blog post shared on Google+ and the trail of comments to follow it, I’ve decided to do a brief write up on how I was able to take traffic from StumbleUpon and “optimize it” into a funnel of traffic that actually converted… for the most part.
Continue reading Optimize Your StumbleUpon Traffic with One Ridiculously Easy Step
And now for something different! It’s been awhile since I’ve blogged over here. Things have been a bit busy between my business’s blog, working on websites for local businesses, housework, and playing Skyrim. I did however find this blog post to be important to include because I spent the better part of the last 3 days looking for information on how to accomplish such a task. In general the subject has been taunting me for several weeks now, probably since sometime in October. Aftering seeing how easy this was to accomplish, I hope to help others in the same situation as me.
Continue reading Moving Apps to the SD Card, Samsung Galaxy Precedent