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Thursday, June 15, 2006

Multiply CSS — Huh?

Over the last few weeks, I have puzzled at the frequent occurrence of the term multiply CSS in my stats. What!? Is there something I should know about the arithmetic capabilities of stylesheets?

Search engines don't understand context. Google has been making a literal keyword match on the query words multiply CSS, directing people to my post, CSS Showcase Sites Multiply Like Bunnies. I'm always happy to have the traffic, but I suspect this is not what people had in mind.

A quick Google query solved the mystery. Multiply.com is a photo and video blogging site, along the lines of MySpace, but focused on more intimate networks of friends and family. From the volume of queries in my stats, it's safe to assume that users of the service share the desire of Blogger users to be able to modify the default template.

So, for all you Multiply users drawn to this post through Google, the information you need can be found at Multiply's About Custom CSS page. Hope this helps, and please drop back again.

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

can you provide the common elements that cab be put on multiply.. codes to copy??? pls...

Anonymous said...

multiply css codes pls.??? can you provide it??

Pam said...

I don't know anything about Multiply, but the customizable code is published here, as mentioned in the above post.

CSS Multiply said...

To all of you who are looking for ready made CSS code for multiply, you may find some here

To Pam, you have very nice n informatif blog. Great success to you n yours.

Pam said...

Thanks CSS Multiply. I suspect that's exactly what people have been looking for. I will try and post on it some time.

MasakoTomoe said...

LOL@Multiply user traffic!! maybe change your keywords to not match Multiply.com?

lique said...

hi, do you know any css generators that i could to create css for multiply?:D thnx

lique said...

hi, do you know any css generators that i could use to create css for multiply?:D thnx

Anonymous said...

Hey there! just wondering any ideas on CSS that can change navigation bars? like their bg color font color and stuff?