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bio website dunhamzzz.com
location United Kingdom
age 26
visits member for 3 years, 4 months
seen May 7 '13 at 9:36

Web developer working with CakePHP, Zend Framework, CI, Yii, Wordpress, jQuery, Jenkins and all entailed.

@dunham


May
7
awarded  Caucus
Mar
25
awarded  Yearling
Feb
25
answered Force users to use Google Chrome
Feb
25
comment Adding Google star Rating to the search Result
Create/Install a review system. Then you'll need to get big enough that Google will consider showing the *s in their search results.
Dec
5
revised How do I know my email open rate?
added 60 characters in body
Dec
5
answered How do I know my email open rate?
Nov
26
comment Database of websites for a search engine
@AlexandruTrandafirCatalin Yeah, there's DDG, Bing, Yahoo etc - all funded by multi-millionaire companies/people. I agree there's a good reason to rival it, but it's a wholly unrealistic idea.
Nov
15
comment Another company has my domain in Japan
Nice try, japancompany.jp owner
Aug
3
comment CSS Sprites: Are they worth the trouble?
It's not about the amount of space the images take up, it's more about the HTTP requests, also that 1KB extra text you're writing in CSS will also be cached
Jul
31
answered Developing from scratch vs. Wordpress
Jul
23
awarded  Caucus
Jul
23
awarded  Constituent
Jul
19
answered What do big websites do about spam emails to the support department?
Jul
17
comment Huge company wants my domain name
I think I know who you are and I think I know what domain you're talking about ;) It might be tricky as it contains their brand name, I'd definitely put a notice on the site saying "we are not officially endorsed by XXX"
Jul
17
answered Is my site hacked, or does Google have problems?
Jul
12
comment What happened to the test@domain.tld syntax?
I can remember that 1&1 used to offer these '@' domains. Basically ended up being an alias to a subdirectory and rather pointless...
Jul
4
answered Website speed issues
Jun
29
comment Does URL encoding create duplicate content?
@DisgruntledGoat src? How would that even work? Isn't the idea of url encoding is to convert the potentially out-of-chracterset symbols to alhapnumeric?
Jun
28
comment Does URL encoding create duplicate content?
Well he's an idiot. SEO experts is such a non-existent profession in my opinion, if were so good at SEO and good become #1 in SERPs for any website you would make much more money doing that then teaching others!
Jun
28
answered Does URL encoding create duplicate content?