My Problems With Wordpress Styles

Everything started in the late 90's. I desired to place some information on my internet site. A journal. A listing of forthcoming events. I began with simple HTML. One page, with parts for each and every post. Easy.

Then I heard about 'blogs' and 'blogging.' Being smart, I picked Wordpress, the most used computer software. How clever, I thought. Anybody can set up a site, If you have the WYSIWYG editor going. Very democratic.

This encouraged my to create my outermost thoughts; on London, politics, and personal gripes. As a webmaster, I watched to see Google index them. 'Here we go', I thought, 'soon, my jewels of extrospection will participate in the ages.'

Except Google didn't like my weblog. It would not index much beyond leading page. Why, why, why?

Replicate information? I set it to place only one post per-page.

No progress. This stately save on wiki has specific forceful lessons for the inner workings of it.

I checked out what Google was indexing. Then I looked over the HTML. Quickly, all became clear.

In sum:

- Wordpress was however reproducing my material, and

- It'd no right META-TAGS, and

- There is a great deal unnecessary HTML, and

- the content was obscured by The layout.

I had an instant search o-n Google to find search engine optimization guidelines. There is a plug-in 'head META description' ( http://guff.szub.net/plugins/ ). But I didn't use that, oh no.

For whatever reason, I got the idea that a comprehensive style will be the ticket. I tried changing an existing one myself. Better, although not perfect. Google was beginning to catalog more pages, however they all had exactly the same title. My missives to an uncaring world were being ignored. For alternative viewpoints, people may check-out: linklicious.me coupon.

So I got someone else to do one, centered on my criteria, which were:

- Grab a META 'name' in the blog post 'title';

- Grab a META 'information' in the website 'excerpts';

- Put a ROBOTS 'noindex' label in non-content pages.

But that wasn't enough. For best SEO results you have to arrange Word-press brutally. You've to be _mean_ to it. You have to _man_ enough.

I did so a bit of research and came up with to following tips.

WARNING: They are extreme. Making major changes to your URLs may influence them, In the event that you already have good rankings. Within my case:

- Moving my weblog http://www.ttblog.co.uk for the root web directory,

- MOD_REWRITING its URLs, and

- Removing a 30-1 redirect,

... caused my PageRank to visit 0. BUT, site indexing was unchanged.

This is temporary, as Google saw it as 'suspect' behaviour. My site had been radically changed by me.

Listed below are the guidelines, for true _men_, who will try the face of web death and laugh:

1. Stimulate permalinks when you go to 'Options/Permalinks.' You might have to enable Apache MOD_REWRITE in your web consideration.

1a. Limit the permalinks rule to just the variable. Don't make use of the time codes. This keeps your URLs short. Dig up further about read more by going to our refreshing article directory.

2. Place your blog in the service possible. http://www.ttblog.co.uk is better than http://www.ttblog.co.uk/wordpress/

So a typical post would seem like

http://www.ttblog.co.uk/Im-hard-as-nails-me/

In the place of

http://www.ttblog.co.uk/wordpress/2006/08/03/Im-hard-as-nails-me/

3. Then install an SEO'd theme. Dig up more on our affiliated article - Hit this webpage: linklicious.org.

My websites are now indexed beautifully. The Google 'site:' command returns all my posts, and little else.

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