If you’re here I’m sure you are doing some form of SEO or website optimisation looking to check image alt tags are set correctly. Ensuring if Alt Tags are set on all images is important so as Google crawls your site it has a text based description of what the image is. As smart as Google is, it can’t determine exactly what an image is without some help. Using the Alt tag helps in many ways but the two biggest ways are:a higher ranking from Google as your websites HTML is structured better; and it increases search traffic through Google Image Search as people can now find your images much easier
So how do we check Alt tagsÂ set?
There is so much data nowadays that it becomes an information overload when trying to analyze data. One of the biggest aspects digital marketing is SEO Content Optimization and while trying to choose the right keywords it’s easy to get lost in the numbers.
If you are looking to optimize your content for the right keywords these are the 5 things you need to focus on.SEO Content Optimization
I’ll just quickly touch on what optimizing content for SEO purposes actually means.
The content on your site should accurately describe what product you are selling, service you are offering or information you are trying to provide to give your [...]
I tend to get theÂ Magento Can’t get filling percentage error when I’m running multiple CMS’s and websites on one machine as they all need different modules to run. The symptoms you see are when you try to loadÂ any page in the front end of Magento you see an error and a report number. The reports are kept in the code base in the directory:
If you load the report which has been created by Magento the error tends to looks like: [crayon-5e8f27a82853f452545946/] This issue happens because memcache is not running or installed on the system.
To install it type:
sudo apt-get install memcached
To startÂ memcache or restart [...]
You can easily clear Magento’s cache without any technical knowledge. This needs to be done often when content is updated but does not show on the front endWhy Do I need to Clear Magento’s Cache?
As much as I love Magento it is a beast and needs a caching system to have decent performance. Basically what it does is stores local copies of pages, content, products and many other things on the server as files which can then be sent to a clients web browser. It does this because it is significantly faster than getting that same data from the database.
When you update content on a page in Magento you’ll need to clear the cached version so next time someone [...]