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<link rel="canonical" href="http://www.example.com/product.php?item=swedish-fish" />
Saturday, February 14, 2009
- Syndicated news items that appear in many Web sites
- Sites that legitimately archive news items
- Blogs that legitimately quote part of an article, or provide an entire article for reference.and link to the original under "fair use" doctrine.
- "Classic" articles that are copied at numerous sites.
- Classic literature and poetry
- Plagiarism - A takes the content of B without permission and without giving credit to B, the originator, and puts it at their own Web site, or copies it to some Web forum or community Web site.
There is one exception - if you are quoting an item as an example of hate propaganda, it seems to you that you are not morally obligated to provide a live Link to the original site and help their website popularity. You can provide the text of the URL without a live link or use a Nofollow attribute.
Sunday, February 8, 2009
Screen resolution 800 x 600 significantly decreased for exploring the internet according to OneStat.comAmsterdam - July 25 - OneStat.com ( www.onestat.com ), the number one provider of real-time intelligence web analytics, today reported that more and more internet users choose for screen resolution 1024 x 768 which is the most popular screen resolution for exploring the internet.The finding has important implications for web site designers because most web sites are designed for a screen resolution of 800 x 600 pixels.
The screen resolution 1024 x 768 has reached an all time high and has risen from 54.02 percent in June 2004 to 57.38 percent. Users with monitors set to the most common resolution 800 x 600 for web sites have an approximate 18.23 percent global usage share. A year ago this percentage was 24.66 percent.