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Sitemap Creator 0.2a: Create sitemaps 09 valid for Google, Yahoo, MSN, Ask.com and moreover sitemaps

Sitemap Creator 0.2a: Create sitemaps 09 valid for Google, Yahoo, MSN, Ask.com and moreover sitemaps

New Sitemap Creator Beta available
Sitemap Creator 0.2a is different from version 0.1, The script now is able to crawl/spider your website, create your sitemaps, ping Google, Yahoo, MSN, Ask.com, moreover.com with the location of your sitemaps and send you alerts by email when sitemaps are created or crawled by the search bot. The crawler saves sitemaps data into an easy to edit CSV file.

Download (build 20070109) :
sitemap_creator.tar.gzsitemap_creator.zip

Adding FAlbum URLs to XML-Sitemap WordPress Plugin

As I mentioned on my previous post yesterday about Fixing FAlbum Plugin that I’m trying to add support for Google XML Sitemaps Plugin to FAlbum so that all URLs including albums, photos and tags would be added to Blog’s Sitemap which would be crawled by Google, Yahoo and MSN .

Fixing Flickr FAlbum rewrite rules, thumbnails, javascripts and more …

This is not working anymore

FAlbum is a WordPress Plug-in that adds your Flickr photo albums to your blog without redirecting the viewer to Flickr or leaving your blog. It is very useful and unique, I have always needed that plugin on my blog, however, some features needed a lot of digging into the code to fix or to get it working. So, I am going to describe a step by step installation of this plugin then will show how to fix.

Dynamic Content Caching using Lighty + mod_magnet + lua

*Updated 11 Jan 2007 to include luazlib, fix lighty config file and add zlib decoding to cache.lua for older browsers
Since I read the documentations for mod_cml, I was very excited to use this module since caching using PHP running as FastCGI is not helping much during server peak load. However, mod_cml was replaced by mod_magnet which is more flexible and gives more control over request handling in Lighttpd. This Article will focus on caching your PHP scripts using Lua and mod_magnet under Lighttpd,

Compress your HTML, CSS and Javascript using simple PHP Code

Although Compression is a very important method of making your pages lighter and easier for users to download, it’s definitely going to cost you more CPU and on high load servers it’s not recommended unless you already know how to cache your HTML pages.