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How to Configure Your Blog’s Newsletter in MailPress

MailPress is the most powerful free self-hosted automatic newsletter plugin for WordPress, according to my detailed comparison of WordPress newsletter plugins. But and all that power can make it a little tricky to configure.

Having a newsletter on your blog allows visitors to subscribe to regular updates via email. An automatic newsletter simplifies the process so that all you have to do is post articles to your blog, and the newsletter to your subscribers is built and sent automatically with no extra effort from you. Even with the advent of RSS feeds and Twitter, email is still the easiest way of getting back in touch with people who have visited your blog before, and giving them a reason to visit again.

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How to Measure Page Load Time With Google Analytics

Landing page time with Google Analytics

Have you ever thought of using Google Analytics’ Custom Variables feature to measure the real performance of visitors to your website? Take a look at the article: How to Measure Page Load Time With Google Analytics. It’s a little clumsy since Google Analytics wasn’t really meant to do this, but it’s good enough that many of you might find it useful.

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Safari starts extension (addons) with Extension Builder.

Safari starts extension (addons)  with Extension Builder.

With the latest version of Safari (5) has introduces extensions. Extensions are small addons that you can expand Safari’s capabilities, built using simple HTML, CSS and JavaScript. The Net.Tutplus.com providing a tutorial for building addons for Safari from scratch. You can learn the basic of extension development from here.

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jQuery Mobile Alpha One Released

jQuery Mobile Alpha Release

The first alpha release of the jQuery Mobile. jQuery Mobile is a user interface framework, built on top of jQuery, designed to simplify the process of building applications that target mobile devices.

There are two guiding principles of the jQuery Mobile  project that differentiates it from most other offerings: It’s completely built on the principle of progressive enhancement and is designed to be functional in all HTML-capable mobile browsers.

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