Join Todd Perkins for an in-depth discussion in this video Setting up a testing server (Mac), part of Flash CS4 Professional: Building Search Engine Friendly Sites.
In order to run PHP code on your computer like we are going to do in this…chapter, you are going to need something called a testing server. …A testing server basically mimics a production server, which is like a server …that you see on the web.…Before we install that testing server, I want you to go to System Preferences…and then click on Sharing and make sure that Web Sharing is turned off, okay?…Go there and then I want you to open up your Web browser and go to mamp.info.…MAMP is a testing server that installs many very useful features with one quick…seamless install. That's why I like it and recommend it for this exercise.…
And then click the link to download MAMP, not MAMP PRO. MAMP PRO is a paid version…with additional features that we don't need for this exercise, then click the…link again to download MAMP.…Once it has finished downloading, you can open that file up and I have it done…already so I'm going to jump over to Finder and inside of my Downloads folder,…I'm going to open up MAMP_1.7.2. Going to read the License Agreement, make sure…
- Understanding search engines and SEO
- Adding deep links and bookmarking to Flash applications
- Optimizing HTML code in a web site
- Including searchable alternate content for browsers without the Flash Player
- Using SWFObject to help Flash SEO
- Setting up a testing server for Mac and Windows
- Monitoring SEO results
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Introduction to SEO
2. Using HTML to Optimize a Site
3. Helping Flash SEO with SWFObject
4. Helping Flash with XML and PHP
5. Using SWFAddress with Flash
6. Working with Progressive Enhancement
7. Getting Results
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