Posts Tagged ‘Google’
Configure your Drupal blog to use blogging firefox pluggin Scribefile.
- You need administrator priviledges since you have to activate Blog and Blog API if you have not done so.
- Go to Administration › Site building › Modules
- Enable the Blog API module and if you like writing composing Blog posts also from your Drupal web pages enable also BLog module.
- Go to Administration › Site configuration › Blog APIs
- Check at least one content type that is considered a blog entry (typically story, blog entry) and press save.
- User management › Permissions › blogapi module
- Ensure the user group (authenticated user or the group user belongs) is checked for “administer content with blog api”. save.
- UPDATE: If you like to post videos and images directly from your Scribefire account using the blog API, you shoulb make Full HTML input the default input setting for your site. To do so go to Site configuration › Input Format tab and choose Full HTML as the default input type.
- Open ScribeFire and click on the add account wizard in the right side of the ScribeFire window.
- In the Wizard: click “Manually Configure”, select “Custom Blog”,click “Next”, select “Drupal” blog system type, type in your domain. Enter domain name as(http://mysite.com/xmlrpc.php), click “Next”, enter your username, password, click “Next”, click “Done”.
- That’s it you now can write post using your firefox pluggin and integrate them seamlessly to your blog.
In future article we will also cover the procedure on how to automatically blog on Google Readerliked or shared items using grasemonkey scripts.
Adobe anounces new deal with Google and Yahoo to enhance search engine indexing of the Flash file format (SWF) and uncover information that is currently undiscoverable by search engines.
This is great new and the anouncement continues
This will provide more relevant automatic search rankings of the millions of RIAs and other dynamic content that run in Adobe Flash Player. Moving forward, RIA developers and rich Web content producers won’t need to amend existing and future content to make it searchable — they can now be confident it can be found by users around the globe.
Actually, this way on of the main anrguments against incorporating RIA frameworks into Large scale and Enterprise projects. That’s good new for the Flex community as well although IMHO the main reason for the bias against RIA from traditional Server Side bread with the MVC pattern programmers is that they feel a little reluctant and their afraid of the learning curve. Not to mention the slow adoption of RIA desing patterns like SOFEA and SOUI.