Linklove monday

Listening to Webmasterradio’s Strike Point, the linklove section came by and of course everyone should participate, so here’s a link to some great free clipart!

Readable nofollows

I noticed that on Dave’s great new layout, his nofollow comment links where unreadable… This was caused by my greasemonkey script setting a pink background but not changing the text color and so forth. I’ve now changed it to do that, so I can read the name’s in the comments. So if you’re using this…

Google Search URL parameters cheat sheet

I’ve been playing around with the URL parameters Google has to offer a lot lately, mostly after the de-personalized search stuff. I’ve now built a list of these parameters and created a PDF cheat sheet file with all of them in there. Included in this PDF are links to the documentation for the values some…

Linklove tuesday

So yesterday, DaveN declared linklove monday, so I thought it would be time for a linklove tuesday from my side! So some linklove from me, mostly to my Dutch friends and colleagues: Barry did a great post about how to do non-personalized search with Safari. Ramon did a nice post on backing up MySQL to…

Google de-Personalized Search for Firefox and IE7

I’ve done it myself, I’ve created an OpenSearch plugin which adds &pws=0 to the query and thus shows you the clean results. This plugin easily allows you to search without having personalized searchresults, without logging out of Google. It’ll work with Firefox 2+ and IE7. Here it is: Google Search Plugin without Personalized Search. Update:…

De-personalising Google Searchresults

James e-mailed me that he has created a bookmarklet which you can click on if you’ve done a search, and found out that you’re still logged in. It will then do the same search again with &pws=0 added to the query, giving the “normal” results, as mentioned on SEL. Thanks James! Now someone else: fix…

Yahoo SiteExplorer web vs. API: answers from Yahoo!

In response to my post about the Yahoo API giving the “wrong” results, I got an email from a Yahoo! rep, and we’ve been emailing back and forth a few times since. When I showed him the difference in the numbers given through the API and the Web interface for css3.info (I’ve updated my domain-info…

Search Engine Friendly vs Search Engine Optimized

This discussion has been around for ages, but here in the Netherlands, more and more webdesign companies are claiming they can do proper SEO. Now I’m not arguing that a lot of the work SEO’s have to do sometimes, is caused by webdesigners who don’t know what the hell they’re doing. It’s a good thing…