Google Webmaster Tools W3C

Continuing from my previous post:

When starting to work with Google Webmaster Tools you will be asked to verify that you are the owner of the site. In reality it drills down to a check if you can add a meta tag orĀ  a html file to the website in question. FTP access is all that is needed.

If you choose meta tag, Google will ask you to add something like this:

<meta name=”verify-v1″ content=”<some string here>” >

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Statpress Reloaded translation

And, once again:

Continuing WordPress plugin translation to Latvian, here comes next translation. This time it’s the one, the only: Statpress Reloaded.

Now, Manuel Grabowski, if you ever come to Latvia: a beer on me.

Translated mo and po files in zip archive format can be found here: Statpress Reloaded Latvian translation.

This translation is for Version 1.5.21.

If see any problems with this translation: don’t hesitate – let me know.

Search Everything translation

Continuing WordPress plugin translation to Latvian, here comes next translation. This time it’s Search Everything.

Now, I have no deadly need for this plugin as of now. But still: I want all of the plugins I use to have a translation. It’s a way I can say THANKS to all those guys and girls who worked hard to make and maintain them.

Translated mo and po files in zip archive format can be found here: Search Everything Latvian translation.

This translation is for Version 6.1.7. Fits Version 6.2 too.

If see any problems with this translation: don’t hesitate – let me know.