I took some of my own advice from ToDo List For New Web Sites and put together a favicon.ico file. If you are using Safari, you might have to clear your Icons folder, which is at Users/YourUserName/Library/Safari/Icons. Mozilla and Firefox should load the favicon fine, while IE won’t show it at all unless you have bookmarked WebKeyDesign.com.
While working on the favicon, I came up with a new logo too, but since 16×16 pixel limitations of the favicon would not show it very well, I decided to work on the logo later and see what else I can come up with later this weekend.
Some of you might have noticed that some pages have Google Ads and others do not. Essentially anything having to do with support of our customers is free of advertisements. Everything else, like the online tools we have made available, tips, and tutorials have some advertisements. About the most difficult thing I have found with the Google Ads is that they don’t fit into the standard template I have for the site, so I have had to go with smaller ads. Most WordPress sites that use the standard Kubrick template I would think would have some problems using the wider ads in general. Perhaps Google will offer different sizes in the future or will come up with something that can be more customized for the Kubrick template.
Speaking of Google, our site is still showing up with a pagerank of zero and it will not be changing any time soon. It seems Google does not give you a pagerank unless your domain has existed for more than a few months, something like 4-6 months is what the expected delay is. In the mean time WebKeyDesign will be growing.
Our next project in July will be a new forum. We have a test forum up, but I am not really happy with the forum software, so I am waiting on Invision to release their new version, this summer.