I’m almost ready to release my new WordPress theme – Penumbra. This is my first mobile-ready, fully responsive WordPress theme. What is Responsive? A responsive designed theme means it will adapt to various screen sizes. The theme will automatically have a different layout while viewed on a desktop, on mobile devices such as the iPhone, iPad, and Android, or any other viewing environment.
Earlier today, Google once again has just updated PageRank. The last recorded PageRank update was in November of last year. I had written a blog post about the expected dates of next Google PageRank Update for this year and it seems that our prediction for the first update this year is correct.
TutsKid.com is still PR4 but there are some changes on my sites, especially with any inner pages. Most of my posts got the pagerank 2-3 including most of the tag pages. My other Trip and Travel Blog is not updated for 2 months yet maintains its pagerank of 3.
For those not familiar with Google PageRank here’s a brief explanation
To make your website rise to the top you need to have a good SEO. Here are a few quick tips on how to improve your search engine optimization.
Content is King
The most important part of search engine optimization or SEO is your content. Write quality content that is compelling and related to your niche. Good content is an excellent link-building. Keep it fresh and if your content is genuinely informative, it will be eventually shared by your readers and will drive links and traffic to your site.
When is the Next Google Page rank for 2013?
Perhaps you landed on this page as you already know about Google PageRank. If not, Google PageRank is something very important for webmasters. It is a rating from Google of your webpages on a scale of 0-10, with 10 being the best rating. It’s one of many factors used to determine which pages appear in search results pages (SERPS). PageRank is updated every 3-4 months.
Here are the expected dates of 2013 Google PageRank Update
Interested in guest posting? TutsKid.com is now open for guest bloggers. You’re welcome to join us as a guest blogger and write posts for us.
What guest bloggers receive:
- Free online exposure! As of this writing, TutsKid.com has 2,000+ Facebook fans, 1,000+ Twitter followers and 300+ feed subscribers. Your guest post will be shared on our Facebook page, Twitter, and in our RSS feed.
- Promote your own website, and portfolio along with your biography at the end of each post.
- Get quality backlinks. TutsKid.com have a Google Page Rank of 4.
WordPress gives us an awesome way to control the structure of the base URL’s of our blog with the name called Permalinks. It allows us to specify custom permalink structure for our urls, so we can have an easy to remember and user friendly URL’s across our site.
However, the default install of WordPress will add the word “category” to your url structure before the actual category name. Having /category/ in the url of your blog url isn’t very useful, you could end up with a very unattractive permalink and it will make the URL longer and harder to remember. Keep in mind that URL’s are an important part of SEO.
One of the best-known New Year’s celebrations internationally is to count down the final minute with loved ones and watch the ball drop LIVE at Times Square in NYC to usher in the new year. Times Square will once again be hosting the traditional midnight ball drop. An estimated one million people flock to New York City every year to watch the New Year’s Eve Ball drop.
This tutorial will show you how to create an author box to your WordPress blog. Author box is an info section that can be easily put together to showcase a brief bio about the article’s author and the author’s Gravatar profile image.
There are several different ways to add an author bio box to WordPress. The easiest ways is through a plugin but plugins are limited to the authors design and the design may interfere with your website’s theme. So in this tutorial we’ll be manually adding the code to single.php and to the style sheet.
The final stable release of version 3.5 is now publicly available for install via the dashboard updates for those already running it or the WordPress website at WordPress.org.
If you log into your WordPress control panel now you’ll see a message saying: “WordPress 3.5 is available! Please update now.”
Some of the most significant changes with this version are New Media Manager and the New “Twenty Twelve” Theme. The Dashboard has gotten some tweaks as well and some polish. It also supports Retina displays now.
Take a look at the following video for an overview of the new features of WordPress 3.5.