All posts by Mr.Vibe

Mr.Vibe (Ripul Kumar) is a freelance web consultant, a designer and developer with a passion for User experience and interaction design. Earlier a product manager and business analyst in top eCommerce companies, he has done his bachelor computer science and has a weakness for freshly prepared chocolate cakes.

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Mar'11

WordPress SEO

You might have noticed that in the custom meta-box of the WordPress SEO plugin, Vibe SEO Pack, there’s a new option called “Search”. By clicking on the links a new window will open for each link giving you different search results on your post main keyword. These links will help you find results on Twitter, Google, WordPress powered blogs or Wikipedia. Why is this important? Because you will be able to learn more about your interest or get in touch …

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Sep'09

Vibe SEO Pack – WordPress Plugin

Vibe SEO Pack is more than just a standard WordPress SEO pack… it’s like having a WordPress SEOconsultant helping you out 24/7. You just need to concentrate on your content and Vibe SEO pack will be your WordPress SEO auditor for each post or page you write. WordPress SEO audit for all of your posts! First time ever a free WordPress plugin help you evaluate each of your posts and pages and give you hints about what to change to …

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Jul'09

vSlider – WordPress Image Slider Plugin

vSlider is a jQuery based image slide show script that can display specific images on your WordPress based website with fading or sliding transitions. This way you can future the more important pages or products from your website or even other websites. How is different vSlider from any other WordPress image slider plugins? The answer is simple! It makes use of the core WordPress jQuery library, this makes it very tiny, about 20 kb, and you don’t have to have …

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