After synchronising my new iPod Touch for the 2nd time it decided to give it a date of about 9 months ago and changed the time to a completly different time of day!
I was using Windows XP and iTunes.
After searching the web I found that there is an issue with XP and synchronising your iTouch if your laptop/computer has been in hibernation.
So I closed iTunes and restarted it and unplugged the USB and then plugged it back in again and hey presto synchronisation worked like a dream and put my iTouch back in the correct year, day and time
So basically – if you are going to hibernate your machine – shut iTunes down before hand to reopen it when you want to synch again
Over at an article about Ads on GoDaddy Free Hosting we were asked:
… do you think ifreames effect the indexing of other pages on the site?
While a bot is crawling the page will it see the iframe first and fucking on viagra crawl to it rather then crawl the rest of the page? More over, won’t this be harmful on large scale sites while trying to index inner pages?
Please any one let us know your thoughts … 🙂
Although I have not had any experience with iFrames on a site containing real content (I have used iFrames to display advertisements, but that’s about it) I got busy doing a bit of research and found that iFrames may not be indexed and displayed in the Google Search Results.
You can read what Google says about here below:
IFrames are sometimes used to display content on web pages. Content displayed via iFrames may not be indexed and available to appear in Google’s search results. We recommend that you avoid the use of iFrames to display content. If you do include iFrames, make sure to provide additional text-based links to the content they display, so that Googlebot can crawl and index this content.
That content is part of the the free help that Google offers to webmasters at their Webmaster Help Centre. You can read that answer, and more about using rich media files on your web-site here.