The Hudson Valley Web Design Meetup Group Monthly Meetup

This month our meeting will focus on two different topics.

1. SEO - Search Engine Optimization... We always have new ideas to share about getting a website found. Some points to cover: Head tags, page Title and Description, page content, Google Analytics, key phrases for SEO

2. Embedding videos from Youtube or Vimeo or other service. Also, using the <iframe> tag to embed videos as well as content from other websites. We will look at modifying the code to customize the <iframe>.

As always we will start with your questions or problems on any website issue. Let's see if we can solve your problem and learn something new.

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[b] Attention New Members[/b]: We meet in the basement of the library.

Bring your laptop if you have one! [i] NOTE: $5 member fee covers expenses for rental of the library space, Meetup website subscription, and refreshments.[/i]

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  • Andy

    Very interesting discussions...

    April 11, 2014

  • Allison C.

    I thought it was very informative. I also appreciated all the feed back from the group.

    April 11, 2014

  • Charise A.

    Enjoyed meeting you all! See you next time.

    April 11, 2014

  • Jeff S.

    Great meetup. I look forward to joining you in the future.

    April 11, 2014

  • Cornelia S.

    Always something to learn

    April 10, 2014

  • Andy

    Have you reported to google using info on this page:
    https://support.google.com/webmasters/answer/168328?hl=en
    Google needs to know you are requesting a review after changing the files on the server. It appears you did do this.
    If you replaced all files, there could still be a file lurking in, say, the cgi-bin folder or some other folder in your website root directory. If you are still stuck on Monday, go to my website andymoss.com to get my phone # and call me.

    March 15, 2014

  • Allison C.

    Thanks Andy, I did all that - I changed my original website to Wordpress, got hacked, took Wordpress down, put back my original site (created using Dreamweaver). Had my web hosting company scan for malicious files. They found none. Contacted Google telling them website had been scanned. After a day or so Google sent email saying I have malicious files. They don't tell me what the files are and I don't know enough about this issue to solve it myself. I have looked in my website folders and I do not see anything that is not supposed to be there. I have Sophos installed on my imac scanning in the background. I was hoping to bring my laptop and all the files and try to get some kind of in-person assistance.

    March 14, 2014

  • Andy

    First... if you can, delete all the files from the server and upload a fresh copy of your site. If the malware is on your computer you need to clean up your computer files first. Once you have a clean website, Google does have a place where you can submit the fact that it is fixed so they can unblock it.

    March 14, 2014

  • Allison C.

    I currently Google has blocked my website due to malware and I cannot figure out how to clear my site so they will unblock me. There is also no way to get in touch with Google so I can speak to a human being. Very frustrating when I have little to no coding experience. Has anyone else ever had this problem?

    March 14, 2014

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