News Wire: Google’s New Meta Tag

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  • Google is facing charges from the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission claiming that the difference between sponsored links and organic search results is unclear and misleading.
  • Google plans to introduce support in its search engine for an “unavailable_after” meta tag that will let Google know when a page’s contents will no longer be relevant.
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  • A fascinating article about an improvement in IE7 that has gone largely unnoticed until now. Better support for CSS positioning in IE7 makes the creation of stretchy layouts much easier, and with a big of JavaScript IE5/6 can be made to play nice too.
  • The first official release of GearsORM, the first object-relational mapping layer built on top of Google Gears.
  • In his ongoing efforts to spread the word that Cross-Site Request Forgery vulnerabilities are a real danger, Chris Shiflett has developed a simple script that generates a forged POST request out of any GET request. Maybe now Amazon will fix its security?
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  • From Joseph Smarr, Chief Platform Architect for Plaxo, an awesome calendar and address book syncing service, comes this practical guide to adding OpenID authentication support to an existing site.
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  • The fine folks at Campaign Monitor report on the current state of support for table-based positioning within email clients. The behavior of widths in relation to table cell padding/spacing may surprise you!
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Kevin Yank is an accomplished web developer, speaker, trainer and author of Build Your Own Database Driven Website Using PHP & MySQL and Co-Author of Simply JavaScript and Everything You Know About CSS is Wrong! Kevin loves to share his wealth of knowledge and it didn't stop at books, he's also the course instructor to 3 online courses in web development. Currently Kevin is the Director of Front End Engineering at Culture Amp.

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