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Combining Open Graph meta tags with valid HTML5

G27th June 2014 

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Maintain a valid HTML5 website whilst using Facebook’s Open Graph meta tags on your static page or WordPress blog.

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Facebook tracks users, even when logged out

G27th September 2011 

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Australian blogger and security consultant Nik Cubrolovic has revealed how Facebook uses cookies to track users, even when they’ve logged-out of the website.

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Valid Twitter, Google +1 and Facebook “Like” buttons for HTML5 and XHTML 1.0

G4th August 2011 

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Create Twitter “Tweet”, Google “+1” and Facebook “Like” buttons with counters that validate as HTML5 and XHTML 1.0 Transitional or Strict.

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Video: Privacy and the future of Facebook

G21st July 2011 

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A wide-ranging interview with David Kirkpatrick, author of “The Facebook Effect” on ABC1’s 7.30, an Australian current affairs programme hosted by Leigh Sales.

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Valid HTML meta tags for Facebook link thumbnails

G21st July 2011 

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How to use Facebook’s Open Graph meta tags in your website and still write valid XHTML 1.0 markup.

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Facebook scam: “Baby born, Amazing effects”

G20th June 2011 

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Be aware of the “What a sweet big baby being born, Amazing effects” Facebook scam.

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