WEBMASTERING - WEB SITE DESIGN, FREE TESTS, TIPS AND LINKS - PART 1

WEB SITE DESIGN, VALIDATION, SUBMISSION
AND WEBMASTERING SUMMARY - PART 2

Companion to my Web Site Design classes at the bottom of this page.

Revised 5 February 2014 by instructor Jon Schweitzer.

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WEBMASTERING - WEB SITE DESIGN, FREE TESTS, TIPS AND LINKS
PART 1

WEB SITE DESIGN
BEST SITE - The best site for design criteria, promotion and a lot more is at
http://www.bruceclay.com/ You should read every word on every page in every section of this wonderful site.

Quality Site Criteria - http://www.bruceclay.com/design/web_crit.htm

100 do's and don'ts, SpiderPro's StyleGuide - in PDF format at http://www.high-higher-highest-rankings.com/pdfs/styleguide.pdf

Do's and Don'ts of Web Design - http://www.katspace.org/computers/Web_Design/

It is now a very strong requirement that you MUST design for the very fast growing use of mobile hand held devices. You must provide seperate websites that mobile device users can use or make one website that is "Responsive" or will change or modify itself to suit the device that is being used to view the website. See Mobile Web Design: Best Practices and How to Write Web Pages for Mobile Devices and A User-Centered Approach To Web Design For Mobile Devices and 5 Reasons Why Responsive Web Design is Good for SEO

These fonts should be used on the web to provide maximum compatibility across different browsers and operating systems.
Here are font-families that should provide adequate cross-browser compatibility.
The Sans-serif family - Arial, Verdana, Geneva, Helvetica, sans-serif
The Serif family - Georgia, Times New Roman, Times, serif

The file size of each page should not exceed 100K.

TIP - Use the "So, you want to make a Web Page!" at
http://www.pagetutor.com/pagetutor/makapage/index.html or download the free WebTutor 1.4 MB zip file.

Read more: http://www.searchenginepeople.com/blog/meta-description-length-google-2011.html#ixzz1qs9xFPCk
SEO - Search Engine Optimization, "is the process of improving the visibility of a website or a web page in search engines via the "natural" or un-paid ("organic" or "algorithmic") search results." See Search engine optimization and Google's 2 pages Search Engine Optimization (SEO) and the PDF Search Engine Optimization Starter Guide.

No flash, no JavaScript, no frames for main page - http://www.seoinpractice.com/crawlability-flash.html
Google cannot "SEE" anything contained in either JavaScript or Flash. If you use either mechanism for your main menu system, you are consigning the site to relative oblivion.

Place external JavaScript files at the bottom of your BODY, and CSS files in the HEAD enables progressive display in XHTML web pages. Google cannot "SEE" anything contained in an IMAGE! You should place alternate text or an "ALT" in the IMG HTML source code.
You should place the text that is shown in the IMAGE in text below the IMAGE that search engines can "SEE" and index.

Web design tips - http://webtips.dan.info/

HTML Tag List - http://www.quackit.com/html/tags/

CSS Design Directory - http://www.alvit.de/handbook/

See more on Web site design at http://www.sitepronews.com/archives/2011/apr/20.html and http://www.sitepronews.com/archives/2011/may/27.html

WEB SITE CONSTRUCTION HTML EDITORS
TIPS - Free HTML editors are at http://www.techsupportalert.com/best-free-html-editor.htm

VALIDATION OF THE WEB SITE
Validation is the process of checking for errors in the HTML language of a Web page or site using free validation Web sites and installed free offline software. This will avoid problems with browsers. Proper validation requires that you place a "DOCTYPE" before the HTML.

TEST - Validate all the pages of the Website HERE

VALIDATION OF URL OR HTML
TEST - Validate up to HTML 4.0 using the URL at W3C HTML validation service at http://validator.W3.org/

TEST - Use Dr. Watson Version 4.0 Web site http://watson.addy.com/ to validate your site for syntax, Meta, spelling and links using the URL.

TEST - Use the free offline installed Validator-Lite obtained at http://www.webthing.com/software/validator-lite/

TEST - CSS Validator http://jigsaw.w3.org/css-validator/

TESTS - Use the Validators and Document Checkers at http://www.htmlhelp.com/links/validators.htm

VERIFY WEBSITE LINKS FOR A PAGE OR ENTIRE SITE
TEST - For a single page use the free online Dr Watson at http://watson.addy.com/ for bad links and the bad HTML.

TEST - For a single page use the free online Link Valet http://www.htmlhelp.com/tools/valet/ Link Valet will check links and you may request the Validate at the end of page on the results page.

TEST - For the entire Web site use the Free installed Xenu software obtained at http://home.snafu.de/tilman/xenulink.html The Xenu checks links and also makes a Site Map.

SITE MAPS
See http://www.sitepronews.com/archives/2009/nov/23.html

The HTML sitemap may be made using this Website at http://www.akamarketing.com/html-sitemap-maker/index.php?action=download_map Go to the "page source" and copy and paste just the HTML for the site map into a new page in your HTML editor.

After generating the HTML Site Map for your page, put this code in the header of the HTML Site Map web page:
<META NAME="ROBOTS" CONTENT="NOINDEX,FOLLOW">
<META NAME="GOOGLEBOT" CONTENT="FOLLOW, NOINDEX">

The XML sitemap may also be made using this Website http://www.web-site-map.com/index.php

Make a robots.txt file for the sitemap.xml as explained in these two websites http://www.quickonlinetips.com/archives/2007/04/the-correct-way-to-add-sitemap-link-to-robotstxt-file/ and http://www.thesearchguru.com/robots-text-file.asp

Text in the robots.txt file:
Sitemap: http://www.??????/sitemap.xml
User-agent: *
Disallow:

TIP - Use the free online Website Online SiteMap Creator at http://tools.webmasters.sk/sitemap-creator.php to make a Site Map.

TIP - Use the free installed Xenu software obtained at http://home.snafu.de/tilman/xenulink.html to make a Site Map and check all the links.

COUNTER
TIPS - I Suggest you don't use them unless you have a very good reason such as SEO and if you do, place them at the bottom of the page.

See the Top Ten Free Website Hit Counters are at http://www.shoutingblogger.com/2012/10/top-ten-free-website-hit-counter.html SiteMeter is not working.

See CountersGuide.com at: http://counterguide.com/

Select a counter that has many analytics such as keywords and visit lengths and has no ads on your website.

Try to configure the counter so that you can:
1. Set the idle time between visits from one to four hours.
2. Ignore visits from crawlers and bots.
3. Ignore your visits.
4. Exclude counting visits from internal links.

Place a link on the bottom of your website page that you connect to counter Website if you must log in.

BROWSER COMPATIBILITY AND SUPPORT
TEST - Use http://browsershots.org/ and http://www.creativetechs.com/iq/test_your_web_design_in_different_browsers.html to check the compatibility of your site with different browsers.

You should have at least 2 versions each of Chrome, Firefox and Internet Explorer browsers installed in your computer to test your Web Site.

Or use a free online Cross-Browser Testing Web site such as Browser Sandbox at http://spoon.net/browsers/

TEST - Test your Web site on the Lynx View Web site at http://www.delorie.com/web/lynxview.html

MONITORS
TIP - View and design your Web site using a 17 inch monitor.

MAXIMIZING META USEFULNESS
TIP - Review Meta tags.

TIP - Make each Meta tag on one line without line breaks or "carriage returns".

TIP - Use http://www.metalength.com/ to maximizing making the title and description. TEST - Use the ABS - META Tag Analyzer at the bottom of the site at http://www.scrubtheweb.com/abs/meta-check.html

TITLE META
TIP - Use at least 50 and no more than 60 characters ( characters include spaces, commas and "carriage returns" ) and 10 words in the title. Ref. The test results in the ABS - META Tag Analyzer above.

DESCRIPTION META
TIP - Try to have at least 100 and no more than 155 characters ( characters include spaces, commas and "carriage returns" ) and 28 words of description. Ref. The test results in the ABS-META Tag Analyzer above.

TIP - Avoid using commas in your description.

KEYWORDS META
The keywords have very little value with the search engines now. You will have better results with SEO (Search Engine Optimization) if you work on useful text content in your Website.

TIP - Include at least 650 but do not exceed 874 characters ( characters include spaces, commas and "carriage returns" ) and 66 words in the Meta keywords field. Use the Word Count feature in your word processor. Ref. The test results in ABS-META Tag Analyzer above. Start by making all words lower case. If you have extra room you can add the most important keywords with the first letter upper case. If you still have extra room add the variations. Examples: Royal, Royalty and royal. Ref. step 6 at http://www.bruceclay.com/web_rank.htm

TIP - Use only keywords and key phases that are present in your page.

TEST - Use the META Tag Analyzer again and again until you pass at http://www.scrubtheweb.com/abs/meta-check.html

TIP - Consider adding misspelled keywords that might be entered in the search engines. Ref. step 7 at http://www.bruceclay.com/web_rank.htm

KEYWORDS BODY
TIP - Obtain additional keywords using the Thesaurus at http://itools.com/

TIP - Add likely keyword phases to the keywords that might be used in the search engines. Ref. step 5 at http://www.bruceclay.com/web_rank.htm

TIP - Add variations of each keyword and do not exceed a total of 3 for each word and its variations.

TIP - Consider using "how do I" and "how to" keywords and key phases in your text.

SUBMISSION
TIP - Allow the search engines to find your Web site.

TIP - Don't pay anyone or a service to submit your Web site.

PROMOTION
TIP - Review all chapters of one of the best site on the Web at http://www.vodahost.com/thesecrets.pdf and at http://www.computerhope.com/promote.htm

TIP - Review the "Publicizing Your Web Sites" at http://goldray.com/register.htm

TIP - See the Web Page "Visibility Tips" at http://www.site-see.com/ss/tips.htm

These Web sites below have large selections of Web software tools for promotion.

SOFTWARE DOWNLOAD
TIP - The best free freeware is at http://www.techsupportalert.com/

TIP - Look for only free freeware software at the "largest" software download site http://tucows.com/

TIP - A Web site that has many links to Web sites that have free downloadable software is http://www.smithfam.com/software.html

UPLOAD YOUR NEW OR REVISED WEB SITE TO YOUR ISP USING A SECURE FTP
TIPS - You must research the hosting company's site to determine the security FTP protocol(s) that are supported. The 2 most common are SFTP and FTPS.

If you are uploading to or downloading from an external Website hosting server over the Internet, you must choose the correct secure FTP program.

Choose a freeware secure FTP program from the Best Free FTP Client.

The secure program must support the SFTP or FTPS security protocol. The SFTP or FTPS encrypts your password, keeping it secure too. Choose the program that has the same security protocol supported by your Website hosting company.

The top security protocol is FireFTP at https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/fireftp/ that uses SFTP only with FireFox and with Windows or Mac OS X. It has a 4GB download limit.

The second security protocol is FileZilla at http://filezilla-project.org/index.php that uses SFTP or FTPS with Windows or Mac OS X.

Look at the features at the program's Website.

Find a tutorial for the setup and using the program on the program's Website.

You may do a comparison of many FTP client software at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comparison_of_FTP_client_software

TIP - If you are uploading to or downloading from an external Website hosting server over the Internet, you must choose the correct secure FTP program.

Choose a freeware secure FTP program from the Best Free FTP Client.

The secure program must support the SFTP or FTPS security protocol. The SFTP or FTPS encrypts your password, keeping it secure too. Choose the program that has the same security protocol supported by your Website hosting company.

Look at the features at the program's Website.

Find a tutorial for the setup and using the program on the program's Website.

CHECK RANKINGS IN SEARCH ENGINES
TESTS - Download and use the software AgentWeb Ranking at
http://www.aadsoft.com/agentwebranking/ranks.htm

IMPROVE RANKINGS IN SEARCH ENGINES
TIP - Repeat the look for ranking in InfoSeek using
Ref. step 7 at http://www.bruceclay.com/web_rank.htm

TIP - Read the search engines ranking tips and use the links at step 10 at
http://www.bruceclay.com/web_rank.htm

ADVANCED WEB SITE DESIGN
Google’s 200 Ranking Factors: The Complete List is at http://backlinko.com/google-ranking-factors

TEST - For a Web Page Analyzer and the Web Page Speed, use http://websiteoptimization.com/services/analyze/

Add a "404 error" or "404 page not found" page. See http://www.thesitewizard.com/archive/custom404.shtml

USERNAME AND PASSWORD PROTECTION
You must make 2 files that are added to your server directory file.

The two files are named .htaccess for the access and .htpasswd for the username and password.

Contact the web site hosting company to ask for the server's "absolute path" to your directory file as shown in red in the sample AuthUserFile in the sample .htaccess file below.

You must encrypt the username and password before you save the .htpasswd file.
Use an online free web site to do the encryption such as http://www.4webhelp.net/us/password.php

To make these files you must use a text editor like Notepad or Wordpad. You must save these files with quotation marks around the file names. I suggest that you add to the AuthName in .htaccess the notice that people can e-mail you for the username and password.

You might have to change your server "permissions" to allow use of the files.
See section 25. at http://www.encinojon.com/comintsec/

The sample .htaccess file
AuthType Basic
AuthName "Username and Password Required. Email John at john@1stnetusa.com for the Username and Password."
AuthUserFile /home/content/e/n/c/encinojon/html/mary/.htpasswd
AuthGroupFile /dev/null
Require valid-user

The sample encrypted .htpasswd file
john:$apr1$Kmoiytt3$cYe5rSj2k01C20UbZUeNy/

See http://www.4webhelp.net/tutorials/misc/htaccess.php
http://kb.iu.edu/data/abeq.html
http://mashable.com/2008/05/03/5-free-tools-to-password-protect-your-sites/

WEB SITE REDESIGN AND RECONSTRUCTION
TIPS - Try using the best free HTML editor - 1st Page 2000. Download it free at http://www.ecommercedownload.com/sitedesign/download-1st-page-2000.htm
Also try the new 1st Page 2006 NOT free editor. Download it at http://www.evrsoft.com/1stpage/
A forum for both is at http://developers.evrsoft.com/forum/

TIP - Look at the best site for genealogy Web page construction on the Web.
The great Cyndi's Genealogy Home Page Construction Kit is at
http://www.cyndislist.com/genealogy-website

TIP - The Web Developer's Virtual Library also has 100's of links at
http://wdvl.internet.com/

BOOKMARKS / FAVORITES MANAGEMENT
TIP - You need a program that will allow you to organize the sites that you wish to visit again. The sites should include the search engines and other Internet sites where you have submitted your Web page.

TIP - Try Compass at http://www.softgauge.com/compass/

MAC USERS
An excellent MAC Tools or Macintosh Web Publishing Tools site is at http://www.callihan.com/webtools/browsers.htm#macbrowsers

WEBMASTER NEWSLETTERS
Subscribe to the emailed free newsletter SiteProNews at http://www.sitepronews.com/ See past SiteProNews newsletters at: http://www.sitepronews.com/archives.html and more newsletters at http://ask-leo.com/what_are_some_good_tech_newsletters.html

And subscribe to free DevWebPro at http://www.devwebpro.com/

WEBMASTER TOOLS
http://www.softwareqatest.com/qatweb1.htmlhttp://www.softwareqatest.com/qatweb1.html

http://www.webmasterfree.com/sitemap

Table2HTML - http://www.free-downloads-center.com/download/table2html-v1-2-17808.html

HTML2Table - http://www.free-downloads-center.com/download-link/html2table-v1-0-download-17789.html

http://www.pcworld.com/downloads/file/fid,5471-order,1-page,1-c,htmlauthoring/description.html

http://www.hostm.com/css/

TESTING WEBSITES FOR EVERYTHING AND SEO
Screaming Frog displays EVERYTHING for SEO. The best is at http://www.screamingfrog.co.uk/seo-spider/

Web Page Analyzer - 0.98 - from Website Optimization is at http://www.websiteoptimization.com/services/analyze/

20 Free Online Tools for Website Speed Testing are at http://sixrevisions.com/tools/free-website-speed-testing/

Load test your website online at http://loadimpact.com/

A very advanced preformance testing site made by GOOGLE is WEBPAGETEST at http://www.webpagetest.org/

560 Free and $$ Web Site Test Tools and Site Management Tools are shown free at http://www.softwareqatest.com/qatweb1.html#FREE

A SEO testing tool is at http://www.seoworkers.com/tools/analyzer.html

A great list of SEO tools is at http://www.sitepronews.com/2013/05/15/jill-whalens-seo-tools-and-extensions/

USERNAME AND PASSWORD PROTECTION
See http://mashable.com/2008/05/03/5-free-tools-to-password-protect-your-sites/

DUPLICATE CONTENT
Duplicate content is a term used in the field of search engine optimization to describe content that appears on more than one web page on the Internet.

Malicious duplicate content refers to content that is intentionally duplicated in an effort to manipulate search results and gain more traffic. This is known as search spam.

When duplicate content is present, website owners may suffer rankings and traffic losses, and search engines provide less relevant results.

Use Copyscape to find the duplicate content at http://www.copyscape.com/ and Plagspotter at http://www.plagspotter.com/ and Virante at http://www.virante.org/seo-tools/duplicate-content

How to fix the duplicate content is found HERE.


WEB SITE DESIGN, VALIDATION, SUBMISSION
AND WEBMASTERING SUMMARY
PART 2

URL
Do not have any underscores in your URL.

No punctuations at the end of an URL.

URL's should include a relevant keyword phrase specific to every page generated.

Avoid capitalization AND spaces in file names. Use hyphens to separate words instead.

Search Engines can now cope with URL's with multiple iterations of ?, & and = in them, but they are incomprehensible to HUMANS! But nonsensical URL's do not provide any clue to the search engines as to what the page content is about. Search-friendly URLs are valuable components in the process of categorizing page content.

HTML WEB SITE DESIGN
Include the HTML language (DOCTYPE) version before the HTML tag.

No flash, no JavaScript, no frames for main page - http://www.seoinpractice.com/crawlability-flash.html
Google cannot "see" anything contained in either JavaScript or Flash. If you use either mechanism for your main menu system, you are consigning the site to relative oblivion.

Place external JavaScript files at the bottom of your BODY, and CSS files in the HEAD enables progressive display in XHTML web pages.

Google cannot "SEE" anything contained in an IMAGE! You should place alternate text or an "ALT" in the IMG HTML source code.
You should place the text that is shown in the IMAGE in text below the IMAGE that search engines can "SEE" and index.

HEAD
Identity your top ranked competition and closely copy their titles, descriptions, keywords and key phases.

The order of the META tags in the HEAD should be: Title, Description and
Keywords.

Use words for the title that accurately and completely describes the site.

Use up to 60 characters and 10 words for the META title.

Characters are letters in words, spaces, commas, punctuation and carriage returns.

Each META tag to be free of line breaks - no wrapping of text from one line to next.

Use http://www.metalength.com/ to maximizing making the title and description.

Make tags upper case and attributes lower case.

Later check the Web site ranking and if required, change your title and resubmit.

Use up to 155 characters and 28 words for the META description.

Place your unique part of your URL or the Web site name at the beginning of your description. An example would be the "smith.com" from the http://www.smith.com from the domain name OR "a/smith" from http://members."ISP".com/a/smith from your ISP's domain name.

Use all words and phases in your META keywords that pertain to the category of your Web site. Examples of phases: ball family history and ball family genealogy.

The keywords have very little value with the search engines now. If you add keywords, use up to 850 characters and 66 words for the META keywords. Include misspelled words and words that have initial lower and uppercase letters. Separate all words or phases with commas and do not add a space between words or phases.

Practice "stemming" when adding words to your keywords, i.e. optimum, optimize and optimized.

Be careful with the keywords not to "Spam" by repeating the same words more than 3 times.

Do not include the keywords in "comments" in the HEAD section

No META refreshing.

No optional tags unless required. An example of a required optional tag would be the "robot" tag telling the robots not to index and/or follow the links in the database or index.

BODY
First Paragraphs: Load your Headings with main keyword words and phrases and to ensure that all are in H1 / H2 / H3 format.

Place your H1 to H3 size text title at the very top of each page.

Place primary keyword phrases at the start of the first paragraph and bold if possible.

Use keyword-rich explicit Image ALT file names.

Image URL's should include relevant keywords specific to every page generated.

Avoid capitalization AND spaces in Image ALT file names. Use hyphens to separate words in Image ALT file names.

Use Image Alt Tags on every image - a short keyword-rich, relevant sentence that describes the content of the page / image is what's needed.

An image title if not enough. Any image title must have the title given in the "ALT".

Place a different wording of the description in a "comment" at the beginning of the BODY section and before the text heading or image. Use up to 40 words.

Set your monitor Screen Resolution at 1024×768 and make each page look good.

No flash, no JavaScript, no frames for main page http://www.seoinpractice.com/crawlability-flash.html
Like it or not, Google cannot "see" anything contained in either JavaScript or Flash. If you use either mechanism for your main menu system, you are consigning the site to relative oblivion.

Don't overdo the navigation.

Text content is king.

No banners at the top of the page.

No "WELCOME" greetings.

Make the first text a Heading H1. Use up to 14 words.

Use the best keywords that describe your Web site in the first 30 words of your Web site.

Make a content-rich Web site packed with keywords.

Include all your keywords in the BODY text.

Use up to 750 words per page/section.

No gaudy, dark or complex backgrounds and light text.

No spelling errors.

Use a spell checker in your HTML editor, word processor, computer or on an Internet Web site.

Have an attractive and well organized Web site.

Use high contrast backgrounds and font colors.

Make the Web site easy to read and understand.

No "under construction" signs.

Keep graphics to a minimum.

Keep the total Web site directory size as small as possible.

Use small graphics file sizes. Convert photos that are GIF to JPG. Condense or optimize all your graphics by using a good graphics software program or a TOOL on a Web site.

Repeat the use of the same graphics file in the Web site.

Use heights and widths for graphics to increase loading speeds.

Use percentages of widths in tables and not fixed widths.

Do not specify font faces.

No animated graphics or scrolling text.

No high tech "tricks".

No music.

No video.

No frames.

No counters.

Include an E-mail pop-up somewhere in your Web site.

Use keywords or different descriptions text in the "ALT" tags for your images. Use up to 30 words for all the "ALT" tags.

Have some internal links and many external links in your Web site.
Use up to 176 words for all links.

Include links in each of your Web sites to your other Web sites.

Have a "HOME" link on each of your pages.

No underlined words or lines unless they are links.

No more than 80 characters per line.

Never place any punctuations at the end of an URL or e-mail address.

Make the color of unvisited links blue and visited links purple.

Be careful not to "Spam" by repeating the same words too many times.

No group of keywords at the bottom of each page. Instead make sentences out of them.

OTHERS
MAC monitors have a narrower and brighter screen display. Design from the right side of the screen. Design for a lighter screen display if using a MAC so it wouldn't be too dark on a PC.

If you use a 17" or more monitors, they show more pixels horizontally than 15" or less monitors. You have to design a narrower screen display on the wider monitors so the display will fit on the screens of the narrower monitors.

Design for Chrome, Firefox and IE browsers and it will give you 80 percent of the business.

No doorway pages.

Each page should not have a file size greater than 50 KB.

No more than 3 screens per page.

VALIDATION
Download the wonderful freeware offline PC program CSE HTML Validator Lite v2.50 at http://www.htmlvalidator.com/lite/
Open your HTML file in this program in your own computer and validate and much more.

Use META validation service Web sites.

Use Web site validation service Web sites.

Use Web site links validation service Web sites.

CHECKING LINKS IN THE ENTIRE SITE
Use the Xenu free link checker to check for dead links.

SITE MAPS
Make and add HTML and XML Site Maps and robots.txt file if you have a BIG site with many sections.

SUBMISSIONS
Identify your competition.

Establish reciprocal links. E-mail the top sites in your category and see if they will trade links with you.

Submit your URLs to Newsgroups in your category.

Submit your URLs to E-mail lists in your category.

Submit your URLs to Special Interest Groups.

WEBMASTERING
Check the rankings of your Web site using several of the Internet ranking Web sites Position Agent. You can also use the freeware AgentWebRanking (must have IE 4 or 5 or greater) to make changes to your site to improve your rank.

Update your Web site regularly.

Check the Web site ranking and if required, change your HTML title and/or description and/or keywords and/or Web content and resubmit.

Read every word on every page (about 50) in every section at the Bruce Clay Web site at http://www.bruceclay.com/

Use all the special tools to analyze your URLs at the SEOToolSet Sample Page of the Bruce Clay Web site at http://www.bruceclay.com/

301 Redirects: Old page URLs should be rerouted to the corresponding new page names. If that's not done, all indexed and well-ranked internal pages will suddenly generate 404 Page Not Found errors and will eventually be purged from all search engine indexes! All internal Page Rank will be lost, as will all client's Bookmarked page links and all "deep links" to internal content.

OTHER ITEMS
Money Saving Hints about INKJET PRINTERS and Refilling Cartridges at http://www.encinojon.com/inkjet/

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