Using the ASP.NET Web.Sitemap to Manage Meta Data

by Colin Cochrane 10/30/2007 6:48:00 PM
In an ASP.NET application the web.sitemap is very convenient tool for managing the site's structure, especially when used with an asp:Menu control. One aspect of the web.sitemap that is often overlooked is the ability to add custom attributes to the <siteMapNode> elements, which provides very useful leverage for managing a site's meta-data. [More]

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SEO | ASP.NET | Web Development

SEO Best Practices - Dynamic Pages in ASP.NET

by Colin Cochrane 10/28/2007 10:15:00 PM
One of the greatest time-savers in web development is the use of dynamic pages to serve up database driven content. The most common examples of which are content management systems and product information pages. More times than not these pages hinge on a querystring parameter such as /page.aspx?id=12345 to determine which record needs to be retrieved from the database and output to the page. What is surprising is how many sites don't adequatly validate that crucial parameter. [More]

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SEO | ASP.NET | Visual Basic | Web Development

Missing Link Data in Google Webmaster Tools

by Colin Cochrane 10/22/2007 9:56:00 AM
Looks like Google might be up to something as link data has been going missing across sites in Google Webmaster Tools. [More]

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SEO | Google

Windows Vista Disappearing System Tray Icons Fix

by Colin Cochrane 10/21/2007 7:13:00 PM
How to fix the problem of the volume, network, and battery icons disappearing from the System Tray in Windows Vista. [More]

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ASP.NET's Answer to WordPress

by Colin Cochrane 10/21/2007 12:20:00 PM
Light weight, very easy to set up, and very well-designed and organized under the hood, BlogEngine.NET is in a position to become to ASP.NET what WordPress is for PHP. [More]

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