Luc Pattyn [Forum Guidelines][Why QA sucks][My Articles] I only read code that is properly formatted, adding PRE tags is the easiest way to obtain that. [The QA section does it automatically now, I hope we soon get it on regular forums as well]
1. Set page encoding (UTF-8)
2. The text page should be about 5-7% of your keywords.
3. Apply with <strong> these keywords
4. If your site is new, it is in the sandbox Google - must wait until released from the sandbox.
Take these simple steps and you will get an answer to many of your questions.
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hey, ok its going to take some time for some data to arrive such as links, search terms etc, also on the right hand side of the webmaster tools page you can change the time range from 7days to dec, jan etc.
I need to determine, for an events scheduling app, what days in the future are... As an example, someone may want to schedule an event for Sat, Jan. 30th, 2010, and every Saturday for the following 8 weeks... Got the rest of it working, just need a way to take an input field of "20100130", feed it into "perl date routine" and add to/loop thru to get my dates...
I've looked around, seems like date::manip has what I want, but I'm not sure I'll be able to get that installed... does anyone know of a way to do this with "localtime"? I have searched extensively, can't find any instances of parms fed to localtime EXCEPT when it's adding time to today, etc... I need to first establish my date, by converting it from an input field, then adding to the result... sounds pretty simple, but I am not getting anywhere...
and I'd be fine with a reference to read, if I've missed something... please forgive the clutter to this great board if I missed this somewhere....
I have to do program, that must do something like this: you enter position of sector as argument and result of this must be info of this sector and it must show if any file is part of it, if yes, which file/s? This could be solved with bash right? And i must do this for Reiserfs which is probably similar as bash-programming for ext2/3? Please can you give me few hints how to make this?