How to Add Line Breaks in WordPress Posts

by admin on September 23, 2010

Blogging as you know if a very important part of SEO.  The more you blog, the more content your website has, and the more the Search Engines like your website.

If you’ve ever been frustrated when blogging and having trouble inserting line breaks read the post below by Brandon Hopkins.  Easy fix, yet it’s been a problem for many bloggers for a LONG TIME!

How to Add Line Breaks in WordPress Posts

 

WordPress has a weird “feature” of stripping extra line breaks out of posts. Often times you will want more than just a single space between paragraphs or pictures. If you try to use standard html code like the following, it won’t work.

<br /> – doesn’t work

<p>&nbsp;</p> – doesn’t work

The only method that I have found of adding extra line breaks in your WordPress posts is to use the following code.

<p align=”left”>&nbsp;</p>

Copy and paste that as many times as you want.

 

 

 

 

See?

Another one that seems to work just as good is: <p style=”text-align: left; font-size:1px”>.</p>

Original Post by Brandon HopkinsAdd Linebreaks in WordPress Posts

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16 SEO Tips – My Onpage SEO Checklist

by admin on August 31, 2010

Original post by James Harrison on his SEO Blog

Here’s a list of onpage SEO factors I look at when analyzing a website. Enjoy!

NOTE: Not in order of importance. They all need to be done, and done right.

  • Proper Meta Data – Relevant, Organized Title, Description, KW’s, & Robots
  • H1 Heading – relevance & h2-h5 support
  • In-Content Keyword Placement – Density, Prominence, 1st Sentence
  • Onpage Keyword Placement – 1st Part of Body, ID’s, Last 10 Words, Site-wide – Refer to above.
  • Image Optimization – Img Folder, Img Name, Alt Attribute
  • URL Structuring/ Page Names – Site Structure, URL Names, Folder Locations
  • Internal Linking & Navigation – nofollow, javascript, navigation, Anchor text, title Attribute, sitewide
  • Google Webmaster Tools Suggestions – Verify, HTML Suggestions, Crawl Errors, Broken Links
  • 301 Redirecting & Canonicalization – Server Type, www/non-www, Old Pages
  • 404 Header Check Optimization
  • Code to Text Ratio Excessive Coding
  • HTML Validation & CSS Optimization
  • Add Blog/RSS Feed
  • HTML Site-mapping – Sitemap Links, Structure, Pages
  • XML Site-mapping & Submissions – XML Blog Feed, Sitemaps, Submit to Google & Yahoo!
  • Robots.txt – Follow/NoFollow, Reference XML

Check off each of these as you examine a site to determine what needs to be fixed.

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How to be a Good SEO Client

August 27, 2010

Equally as important as finding a good seo company is being a good SEO Client.  It is just like being a boss, your employees are going to want to work harder if you are good to them. When you are both on the same page, working together, you are going to find that you are [...]

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