WP Super Cache is one of the WordPress plugins you should use for a better blog. It speeds up your WordPress blog. The faster that a website loads, the higher the chance that search engines will index it. If a blog takes half a minute to load, search engine bots will move on.
I have been wondering about this for a few days now. What would happen if all WordPress development ceased, and WordPress.org was frozen? No one is in control of the website, and no one is working on the software. Now what?
WordPress is a great blog software. This made making this list extremely hard. It’s more of a personal list, I’m not sure if all of the changes I suggested here would help everyone. You can share your own suggestions for WordPress at the bottom by leaving a comment. I may make a follow up list with other ideas that people suggest, so please take the time and leave your thoughts. :)
The replacement for Google Pages, Google Sites was released about a little less than a year ago. I don’t know how well it was doing prior to now, but it seems to be gaining popularity. It’s showing up on Google’s homepage: ‘New! Get your own website on Google Sites. It’s free and easy.’ Also, why doesn’t Google Sites allow Adsense? Google Pages did, and Google Sites is replacing Google Pages.
I suppose that web browers fall under the web development category. So, about Google Chrome and Linux. Google has been neglecting us penguin users.
Recently I have been seeing a lot of ‘feedback’ buttons on websites. These buttons started popping up everywhere recently (well, they have probably been around for quite a while, but I’m starting to notice them now.)
The websites that have added this feature know what they are doing. Feedback is an important part of having a website.