Macbeth Act I by William Shakespeare

Script of Act I Macbeth
The play by William Shakespeare

This section contains the script of Act I of Macbeth the play by William Shakespeare. The enduring works of William Shakespeare feature many famous and well loved characters. Make a note of any unusual words that you encounter whilst reading the script of Macbeth and check their definition in the Shakespeare Dictionary The script of Macbeth is extremely long. To reduce the time to load the script of the play, and for ease in accessing specific sections of the script, we have separated the text of Macbeth into Acts. Please click Macbeth Script to access further Acts.
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The <iFrame Web Site Attack

On 6 April 2008, this site, when it was on another hosting service, was attacked and an <iFrame tag appended to every php and html file on the site. The <iFrame tag pointed back to the following domains:


The attack was apparently perpetrated because two php.ini parameters were left that allow exploits:
allow_url_fopen = on
register_globals = on

These settings have now been changed to OFF.
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Flash Test

This is a test of embedded flash in a WP page.

This is more text in the post after the Flash.

And yet more text in Bold.

The key to having this work without messing up the WP theme is to surround the object tag in a div tag.

Sitemaps for better searching with Google

Google has help and services for Webmasters. Among the things they provide and encourage are sitemaps. However, it’s not as complex as it all seems. WordPress and coppermine, and many other CMSs have scripts that generate these sitemaps. There are tools that run from your computer too, but these can’t know the internal structure of the site database, and so they are inefficient or don’t work for dynamic sites like WordPress and Coppermine.

Sitemaps tell google about the content of sites that have dynamic content. You can find out more about services for Webmasters at google. You will need to log into an account to see these pages, but accounts are free.

You will want to look at this page to find plugins or programs to build sitemaps for your site. For example, there is a plugin for WordPress to build sitemaps – WordPress Sitemap Plug-in.

There is also a php file to build sitemaps for Coppermine.


What is Trackback?

What are these trackback links anyway.

A post in a blog 1 that refers to a post in blog 2 automatically gets a link in the post in blog 2. Does that make sense? The cross links show up as comments in the referring posts.

Here are some articles to read:

Here’s another post in this blog: Trackback Two