2007 Blog Round Up
The first year (well, five months) of my blog has been a blast. I've had a lot of fun picking the minds of readers and I've learned more than I had expected to. I've compiled a year-end round up of statistics and general information about the website during this year to share with all of my readers. Enjoy!
20 Most Popular Articles
- Yahoo's NoScript Compatibility Saved My Fantasy Football Team
- Horizontally Center Your Website Structure Using CSS
- 6 Reasons Why IE6 Must Die
- Advanced CSS -- Using A Reset.css File To Gain Complete Control
- Advanced CSS Links -- Spice Up Your Links
- Advanced CSS Tables -- Using CSS3 For Alternate Row Colors
- 8 Ways For A Programmer To Stay Sane
- 6 AJAX Rules To Live By
- Upcoming PHP6 Additions & Changes
- Wordpress' .htaccess File Is Genius
- PHP Shorthand If / Else Using Ternary Operators
- Fluid Anchors -- Smooth Anchors Using MooTools
- Using PHP Generic Objects To Organize Your Code
- Quick & Easy CSS Compression Using PHP
- Combine Your CSS Medias Styles Into One File
3 Articles I Thought Would Be More Popular
- Advanced CSS - Class Is Out - Avoiding Classes By Using Formatting Tags For Structure
- Compress Your XHTML Output Using PHP Output Buffers
10 Most Popular Sugars
- How To / Guides
- XHTML / XML
- Web Design
Top 10 Referring Sites (thank you!)
- CSS Globe
- Anieto 2K (Spanish-language)
- CSS Tricks
- Posh CSS
10 Most-Read Countries (besides US)
- United Kingdom
- Free books sent: 3
- Guest blog appearances: 1
- Domains used: 2 (davidwalsh.name and the original, bludice.com)
- Themes used: 2
- Number of time I asked someone else to take my article down from their blog: 15
- Newsletters featured in: 1
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