After finishing setting up WordPress on Amazon EC2 and using CloudFront as a CDN for W3 Total Cache plugin, now I have some new debates on the functionality of my Traveling Wordpress blog. WordPress introduces some new great features, including: Custom Post and Taxonomy. My blog is about Traveling. In my blog I want to write posts about me traveling in several areas in my country and write reviews about hotels and attractions.
Wednesday, April 27, 2011
Tuesday, April 26, 2011
I've created an Amazon S3 bucket and attached CloudFront to it. Now after I've use CloudFront to create distributions of my S3 bucket, I want to upload images on it. I use CloudFront as a CDN for my gallery website. The problem is that I am afraid that my images won't be indexed by Google image bot due to the fact that it exists on a subdomain, instead inside a folder under my main domain.
Posted by Idan at 4:22 PM
I need your help in implementing Double Click for Publishers API in an sample application that I intend to develop. What I want to do is to give publishers the option to customize their Adsense ads based on different browsing, demographic and historical metrics on their website.
Posted by Idan at 6:09 AM
Sunday, April 24, 2011
I've installed Wordpress on Amazon EC2 with EBS attached. When I came to optimize Wordpress for scalability, I wanted to make a few adjustments. One of the things that I wanted to do is to make sure that my blog can scale using the permalinks that I wanted to use. In this post I want to discuss about WordPress permalinks and how I can define the best structure to help me get the best page loading speed, scalability and better caching. I don't really interested for answers regarding SEO right now, although I am taking that into consideration too.
Posted by Idan at 8:55 PM
Posted by Idan at 4:06 PM
I will probably need your help here regarding a CDN issue that I think I will encounter. I've created a Wordpress blog on Amazon EC2+EBS. I have decided to use W3 Total Cache in order to enjoy the option for distributing my static content using Amazon CloudFront.
Posted by Idan at 9:34 AM