Finding a Photo’s License Using Google Images Search Tool

Have you ever come across the perfect photo and wanted to use it on your blog, website, social media post like Facebook, LinkedIn or Twitter, report or print publication? Google Images has a very useful tool to search for an image and hopefully find out the type of copyright license attached to it. Searching for an image To search for an image, you will either need to get the address of the image on the web or you will need to have a copy of it saved locally on your computer. If the image is located on a publicly accessible website … Continue reading

Adding a MailChimp Signup Form on Your Website

There are several ways to integrate MailChimp into your WordPress website. Getting a form on your site is relatively easy. The challenging part can be to get it to integrate with the look and feel of your site, especially if you don’t know anything about HTML or CSS. If that’s the case, you may want to find someone to help you out. Before we get into adding a form to your site, it is worth mentioning that you should only be collecting the very minimum amount of information that you require. An email address is essential for any kind of sign-up. … Continue reading

Get Google Verified Authorship for Your Website

Some people claim that getting getting Google Verified Authorship for your site can actually increase click throughs and even rakings. While I’m not sure about that, if there is even a chance that this is true, can you afford not to especially when it only takes about 5 minutes of your time? Here is how you can get Google to verify authorship of your site: Step 1: Add the following code to the header of your site: <link rel=”author” href=”https://plus.google.com/118443020258338946806/posts” /> Naturally you’ll want to change the link to point to your own page. For WordPress Sites: Some themes advanced … Continue reading

Add Terms and Conditions Checkbox to PayPal button

There are times when you will want your clients to read and accept terms and conditions before making a payment in PayPal. The great thing about the following approach is that it will work for just about any website, whether the site is simply written in HTML or uses a CMS like WordPress, Joomla or Drupal. Here is how to add a checkbox to your PayPal button. STEP 1 — Add the following Javascript code on your page: STEP 2 — Replace the following piece of code in the PayPal form created by the PayPal button generator: <form action=”https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr” method=”post”> …with… STEP 3 … Continue reading

Redirecting a Page or Creating an External Menu Link in GetSimple

There are times when you will want to redirect a page or a menu link to a different page in GetSimple CMS. For example: SEO — To tell search engines where to find page content that has moved on your website without having a negative impact on the ranking of your web page. Bookmarks/Favourites — Make it easy for visitors using a link or a bookmark pointing to the old address of a page. Links — Whether there might links pointing to the page on your website or there are links are another website, it is never a good idea to … Continue reading

Setting up a Website for Educational Purposes

ASP.Net / SQL Server If you are looking for ASP.Net, I’ve heard people recommend ASPSpider. Their services include ASP.net 4.0 and SQL server. Their free accounts limit you to 100 MB of disk space but that should be more than enough for most educational purposes. Also check out the Free ASP.Net Hosting List for a list of most popular asp.net web hosts. Here is a list of some ASP.Net framworks you can play with: Umbraco DotNetNuke AxCMS.Net N2 mojoPortal AtomicCMS (This is not the same as AtomicMotion CMS which is a commercial product) Apache, MySQL, PHP If you are looking … Continue reading