Guess who cooked up this thing! Yepp! It was me! 🙂
Some time ago I installed spam blocker software to help me manage the tons of spam I’ve been getting. Meanwhile, I have revised my choice of spam blocker, tried another one, and I’m giving up that one, too. Here is the story…
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From time to time the topic “Mixing GPL software with non-GPL software” crosses my www ways, and I often find there is a lot of misunderstanding about what GPL open source is about (as opposed to other open source software license models). This is not surprising, given that the GPL is probably one of the most complex software licenses around. Time to clarify some fundamentals…
I dived into learning what I consider my weakest area, Internet Marketing, and it’s a project that absorbs almost all of my spare time.
Just stupid clichés? Here is a proof there is more to it… 😉
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In my last post I disproved that SEO Table Of Contents fails to function on a very long post/page with more than 12,500 characters. As it turned out, it wasn’t characters that the issuer meant, but words. So I re-checked with a much longer post.
There have been rumors that SEO Table Of Contents wouldn’t work properly on long pages with more than 12,500 characters. I just made a functional page with 29,837 (!) characters and a TOC, wich proves the rumors wrong.
Check it out, see for yourself: the TOC Test With Looong Text.