Browsing All Posts filed under »Web Parts«

Solution: Getting A Facebook Access Token using Client-side Flow

June 7, 2011


Breaking change: Graph API PROFILE_ID/feed and PROFILE_ID/posts requires access_token 1.     Use offline_access to get a non-expiring access token · 2.     Copy the access token from the redirect_uri ·        http://YOUR_URL#access_token=166942940015970%7C2.sa0&expires_in=0 3.     Append your Facebook Graph url (example link from PrettyKlicks JSON Facebook feed) · Advertisements

2010 Mobile Web Stats

February 15, 2011


According to these stats, more and more users are browsing the web on mobile devices. While the good news is how these advancements let 90% of mobile subscribers in the U.S. and Europe browse the web on mobile phones, the bad news is the 60 plus browser versions found across mobile handsets. This article discusses how […]

Website Performance in a Multi-Browser World

October 9, 2010


Website visitors have one expectation: outstanding Web experiences. Increasingly, the most critical determinant in delivering these experiences is a user’s browser — of which there are many with complex applications, addons and serving multiple devices, to boot. The key findings of this survey conducted by Gomez shows; Two thirds (67%) of web users say they […]

Facebook Social Plugins

June 10, 2010


Experience the web with Facebook friends. Social plugins let you see what your friends have liked, commented on or shared on sites across the web. All social plugins are extensions of Facebook and are specifically designed so none of your data is shared with the sites on which they appear. Like Button – lets users share […]

3M Visual Attention Service

May 15, 2010


Great Silverlight application that allows designers to test the impact of their creative work. The 3M Visual Attention Service analyzes all of the visual elements within an image (color, shape, contrast and text) to predict if a design’s visual hierarchy is strong enough to attract a viewer’s attention. Reference article: Posted via email from K3 Center […]

5 Questions On-site Search Logs can Help Answer

April 19, 2010


On most sites, users look to on-site Search after they’ve scanned the page for clues to the content they’re seeking. Tracking and storing search terms in a Search Log is a great way to gain insight into how people use your site. What Are Your Top Search Terms? This critical information is a window into […]

New Affiliate Marketing Service Maximizes Coverage, Minimizes Hassles

March 14, 2010


After suffering one too many headaches from trying to keep track of all of his affiliate marketing accounts, one fed-up website entrepreneur finally came up with a streamlining solution of his own. The end result is a new aggregation service called LettuceLinks, designed to better analyze and monetize affiliates’ website traffic. LettuceLinks helps marketers and […]