Looks like we are adopting the Googles +1 as a standard..

Its con­firmed.  All new SEO projects going for­ward will uti­lize the new  +1 tags to our code?  Here is the code:


<!– Place this tag in your head or just before your close body tag –>
<script type=”text/javascript” src=”https://apis.google.com/js/plusone.js”></script>
<!– Place this tag where you want the +1 but­ton to ren­der –>
<g:plusone size=”small”></g:plusone>

<!– Place this tag in your head or just before your close body tag –><script type=”text/javascript” src=”https://apis.google.com/js/plusone.js”></script>
<!– Place this tag where you want the +1 but­ton to ren­der –><g:plusone size=”small”></g:plusone>


Its pretty straight­for­ward.  Add the  <script > code right before the clos­ing </head> tag.  And then the :  <g:plusone size=”small”></g:plusone> around the area you want it to dis­play.   If need be you can enclose  it into a <div> tag and style it with css to moce it around and such.



To imple­ment, we add the code

About the author

 Looks like we are adopting the Googles +1 as a standard.. I’ve started design­ing web­sites while at Uni­ver­sity of Hous­ton dur­ing my first Pho­to­shop 3.1 expe­ri­ence in 1996 on a Mac­in­tosh com­puter. I built my own com­put­ers (Win­dows PCs) with the help of a friend and have been dig­i­tally involved ever since. I am both Win­dows and PC lit­er­ate but grav­i­tate toward OSX. I’ve grad­u­ally got­ten back to my roots as a tac­tile artist / designer by work­ing more with tra­di­tional medi­ums like draw­ing, paint­ing, and mixed media.

Leave a Reply

*

captcha *

Anti-Spam Quiz:

UA-7731317-2