Just over a month ago the company I work for switched a few of our websites to VinSolutions. As with any CMS there is a learning curve. I downloaded their CSS files and attempted to figure out if they were using any kind of standard. There were a bunch of css files and they all appeared to be randomly coded with very little commenting. I figured a good place to start was a custom page they had (kind of) copied from our old website. It was a form page with custom css so I figured this would give me some…
Changing from one automotive website CMS provider to another proves to be a serious pain in the ass. But it shouldn’t have to be this way.
After many hours and months of reading through forums and wiki’s the answer for writing Spamassassin rules now seems way to obvious. I guess engineers can’t write stuff in plain english.
I was thinking about Schema again today while reading a very (or should I say unbelievably) basic post about car dealers SEO. The blog post was stuff that anyone who has run a website for more than a few months should know.
Sometimes it takes me a little time to catch on to some stuff like getting good analytics on website visitor clicks.
Since signing up for the Adobe Create Could I figured I would play with Muse. It because apparent that it was going to be difficult to incorporate structured data into the site.
Trying to modify the StudioPress Minimum theme proved to be a bit of a task.
More landing pages and trying to track website visitor behavior.
I was trying to modify the Twenty Twelve WordPress theme and was getting double images on my site. How to fix.
A while back I was going to create an online business listing directory for Saginaw, MI with my son. We had a great start but time constraints have slowed down the progress. I’ve decided to close the directory. The listings will be migrated to this site (defoenet.com) and continue to function. Now that the weather is getting nice again I will probably continue to take pictures and list businesses. I am committed to helping the business community in the Great Lakes Bay Region. We have been hit hard by the economy downturn and are still not recovering. I feel that…