There is also a wordpress plugin for adding this tag.
I recently wrote about some Gallery3 modules that I find useful. One Idea that came up to my mind was to implement html5 video in Galley 3. So I did that. The result is not that spectacular, but can be found and downloaded from GitHub. The big advantage compared to other video.js or flash based solutions is a better support for mobile devices.
The installation is simple, just copy the module to the modules folder of your Gallery3 installation and enable it in the Admin/Modules panel.
You can see the result for example in my Gallery, e.g. in the Grass rendering video page. A precondition is of course your browser supports the video tag.
Press this is a interesting WordPress feature. It would be interesting to midify it i a way rhat one could “press” articles from any computer/browser without a full authentication. Kind of like a (semi-) public “Press This”.
This would be a nice project for my spare time.
Lately I have been reading a lot about search engines, specifically, because I wanted to know how random content is handled. I also tried to compute the PageRank for a random connectivity matrix. However I thought t would be interesting to compute the same ranking for my own blog. People already tried to replicate what Google does. I also found some libraries, that provide this functionality:
However these are to complicated and primarily supposed to be used for search, so it not so much fun to use these for experimenting, unless you want to build a search engine.
I have been wondering for some time if random content of a web-page does influence the performance of a page in search engines, since I have been using random images on my gallery. I found this video. A google employee explains, that Continue reading Does random content influence search engines?