Making It Your Web


by Alex Hall (on 10th Jun 2012 @ 02:53:15)

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It's been a while since anything has happend on DeVSeO recently due to other commitments, work, running, the gym and guitar! However, I've finally managed to put some time into the site today and here's what has happened!

Firstly, I know that a couple of the tools haven't been working for a while and, among other things, this was due to the server migration from a shared host to my shiny new VM (thank you!). This should hopefully mean that the site runs a little faster and has less down time (although that wasn't the case this week thank you kind spammer!).

YouTube Playlist RSS Feed Creator

I have now fixed the YouTube Playlist RSS Feed Creator tool we have here in two ways. Firstly, it was completely broken because the YouTube Data API changed and I didn't notice (sorry!). The way in which playlists are looked up is now slightly different and annoyingly YouTube don't actually give you the playlist ID required to use the tool. However, I've added a secondary function that allows you to look up a list of playlists for a given YouTube user and from that list create your RSS Feed by clicking the link to the relevant playlist, hurray! I've also set it up so that you don't need toworry about only 25 returning. It will loop through all pages of playlist items and return them all to you in one list!

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Online Website Enhancement Tools from DeVSeO

by Paul Bourne (on 17th Aug 2009 @ 15:27:18)

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As I'm sure you've worked out by now, DeVSeO is about combining cutting edge development methods with search engine optimisation processes.

The use of online website enhancement tools is becoming more and more popular across the internet as webmasters look to gain a competitive advantage over the competition and we've currently got 6 such tools which are free for you to use to make the most from your website.

Whilst the tools we currently offer provide you with the building blocks and advice for a great website, we want to add more to our profile.

In addition to the new tools we are currently developing, we need your help. Is there a tool out there that could be better or a tool that doesn't exist that could make your life a whole lot easier? Then we want to hear from you, get in touch with us with your ideas and we'll look to get the tools you want and need out there for all to use.

And now for a shameless plug: you can now follow us on twitter, just enter your details into the 'Add Us to Twitter' section the left hand side of this page (Please note: we CANNOT see this information)

As always, we look forward to hearing from you with your ideas and thoughts.

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