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If you have an Amazon Associates account, you might be wondering about the best way of managing your links. Sure, you could create a different link for every product, but that quickly gets unwieldy. Surely there’s a better way. Right?

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Redirecting Multiple Web Pages with a Wildcard

by Michael on September 2, 2012 · 0 comments

I recently ran into a situation where I needed to redirect multiple web pages with the same basic url structure to another domain. While I could create a bunch of individual 301 redirects, it would be easier to use a catchall. But how?

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I recently converted a static site created using RapidWeaver to WordPress. This was a relatively easy process, and the end result was great. However, in looking at the Google Analytics data I spotted a problem.

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How to Show Hidden/Invisible Files in cPanel

by Michael on August 30, 2012 · 0 comments

Ever wondered how to show hidden (invisible) files in the cPanel File Manager? I did. I needed to edit .htaccess but it wasn’t showing up in the list of files. I could find the file by searching for it, but I couldn’t access it from the search pane.

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This is just a quick tip for all the bloggers out there. If you’re using your site for anything more than just a personal journal, I would strongly suggest avoiding dates in your urls. There are numerous good reasons for this. I’ll outline three below.

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