I take a look at the Jumi extension for Joomla – an easy way to add ads to a website.
The downside to relying on AWSTATS for statistics tracking through WHM is that if you move to a new host, it can take some manual work to get that data transferred. Here’s how I did it.
Clearing up some of my own confusion as it pertains to DNS.
Joomla’s full of options – trying to show submenus all the time was one that took a while to find.
I hated “board index” showing up in phpBB3, and really wanted to customize it. It takes some template editing.
It turned out that a cache issue in Joomla was caused by inadequate permissions.
I took a look at implementing pop-under ads (ugh, I know…) via Burst Media.
Part 3 (the final results) of my look at Burst as a possible alternative to low-paying Adsense Ads.
Part 2 of my look at Burst as a possible alternative to low-paying Adsense Ads – set-up, the first day, and ad-chaining.
Part 1 of my look at Burst as a possible alternative to low-paying Adsense Ads – the background, and getting started.
A first-time look at the Zen Cart system.
Jamming ads within WordPress posts with an adsense deluxe plugin.
Doing a 301 redirect to drop the WWW on a website through Apache rewrite rules in .htaccess .
Here I go over my reasons for switching from Blogger to the “self hosted” WordPress.
I set up a free subdomain redirection service.
In Part 2, I’m faced with disappointing early results, and try making a few changes, hoping for improvement.
A fairly standard webhost review of asmallorange.
In part 1, I go over a few reasons for trying out Chitika to begin with, and the experiment itself.
Pondering the possibility of starting a blog hosting site.
One of those tasks best-accomplished with an extension, I came across a decent one after some searching.