Monthly Archives: June 2014

Alternate XHTML for Flash not appearing for Google Chrome or Safari

I. The Problem For the past couple years, I’ve been using alternate XHTML for my Flash pages for purposes of both accessibility and SEO. The code generally looks something like this: <div id=”flashContent”> <object type=”application/x-shockwave-flash” data=”swfFileNameHere.swf” height=”650″ width=”950″> <param name=”movie” … Continue reading

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33 Useful Websites

Of these, the only ones I’ve ever used before are the Online Etymology Dictionary and Print-Friendly (for WordPress). These other sites might be useful, too: Word Frequency Counter Screenr Adobe Kuler ManualsLib What the Font Flip Text

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Movie fonts

Fonts from various movies

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Print-Friendly & PDF plugin added

Just added the Print-Friendly & PDF plugin for WordPress, because the┬áPrint-O-Matic plugin inexplicably stopped working. The plugin is being used with default settings for the most part, aside from changing the PRINT button’s bottom margin to zero within the plugin’s … Continue reading

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Cookies For Comments plugin deactivated & uninstalled

Matt Cutts of Google gave a glowing review of the Cookies For Comments WordPress plugin, so I installed it on my general interest blog several months ago. Yesterday, I discovered that the plugin was directing all comments to the spam … Continue reading

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