Archive for November, 2013

Weight Loss Niche Heavily Spammed by SEO Companies

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Why I’ll never return to Singapore? blog post goes viral

A young author and online marketer declared in a blog post that has gone viral that he had no plans to return to Singapore where life was sterile? and the bare minimum of living?. Danny Dover, a self described life Continue reading

Disable jusched.exe – Java Update Scheduler Annoyance

The “jusched.exe” process is loaded by Java to automatically check for Java updates. The problem with the jusched process is that it takes up a considerable amount of system resources, is questionable in terms of usefulness and is difficult to disable or uninstall.

Google Slap: A Rant by Somebody Who Should Know Better

The thing about Google is that they will abruptly remove your site from the Google index for apparently no reason. All of a sudden your site is attracting more interest amongst visitors and maybe even some buyers. You invest your hard earned money into producing unique content and you may even syndicate that content on [...]

Indexing Power of Forums

When comparing a customer forum to a corporate blog, a forum is more of a closed community, where member discussion occurs inside the forum between members. Occasionally members refer to outside content and websites, but typically the discussion is within. Forums are best moderated not managed; a company with a forum can direct an occasional [...]

Contact Form 7 submission successful but no email

As I mentioned in my previous message, I’m using Google’s free email service in my case. I had a feeling the server was only sending the mail locally, since mail to addresses outside the domain worked, but mail to addresses in the domain were not received via Google’s interface. I logged into the server control [...]

error – open_basedir restriction in effect

Warning: is_file() []: open_basedir restriction in effect. File(/en.js) is not within the allowed path(s) basically, you have a paranoid host I had the same problem. I fixed it by setting “none” in “open_basedir” but I think it might be a security issue. Does anyone know another way to fix it?