The goal of this site is to share information learned about internet marketing and web site development in many aspects. From SEO and keyword research to WordPress plugins and custom scripts, we hope this site becomes a great resource for those just beginning their internet business, experienced developers and marketers, and generally those looking to learn more about internet marketing and web site development.

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We also provide many web services including local internet marketing, web design and development, and some graphic design.

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Chris Peacock
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Mike Peacock
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Simple web sites
Content management system installation
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Newsletter autoresponder system
Link exchange system
SEO research and analysis
Logo design
and much more!

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Clean XHTML and CSS designs
PHP and JavaScript
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  1. Tristan said,

    on April 7th, 2010 at 5:07 pm

    I’ve noticed your post on the wordpress plugin page ‘postTabs’ and was wondering if you would answer a question of mine as you seem to have a lot of knowledge on the feature. I am trying to install multiple tabs down a single post, each set of tabs having two tabs within it. Would the postTabs plugin be able to perform this? Many thanks, Tristan

  2. WebGuru said,

    on April 7th, 2010 at 6:26 pm

    Hi Tristan,
    Sorry, but postTabs can’t do that yet. I just tested it and it is only capable of showing one set of tabs per post. Any tabs after the first END tab generate new tabs, but the tabs are empty and their content is shown below the set of tabs, with the tab codes visible. However, it has no problem showing multiple sets of tabs when showing multiple posts, as the tab script is run on each post. I posted this as a feature request on the author’s site a while back, but I think development had pretty much stopped a long time ago.

    I just checked the site, and what do you know, someone just posted some code to achieve this. You can see it at http://pirex.com.br/wordpress-plugins/post-tabs/. I’m going to try it and check it out. I’m curious now!

  3. WebGuru said,

    on April 7th, 2010 at 9:56 pm

    Ok, so I checked it out and it doesn’t do that. It does however fix a bug where only one tab can be opened at a time when displaying multiple post which have postTabs used, not when one post has multiple postTabs. But I may look into what needs to be done to add that capability.

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