A QR-Code is a form of barcode (which you can find on almost anything you buy at the supermarket) that has the ability to store different types of information. Such as: Alphanumeric text, a website URL, a phone number and a SMS text message. Once the barcode is generated, it can be printed and scanned with a QR-Code reader. Like a cellphone camera, and decoded with an app on the phone. Like the app “RedLaser” for iPhone. Continue reading Create your own (Non-Commercial) QR-Code
So, you may have noticed that my blog has a cute litte tux the penguin looking at you through a round little window up in the left (or right) corner of your web browser. What you are seeing is known as a “Favicon” (short for Favorite icon) and it’s used to quickly and simply identify your website when it is in someones favorites. In this tutorial i’ll show you how you can make your own and what you must keep in mind when creating one. Continue reading How To: Create a Website Favicon (Favorite Icon) Using GIMP
OMG, Leave me alone!! For one freakin’ second leave me alone!! That annoying translation bar that keeps popping up every time i visit a website thats in another language than my own, but what if i already understand that language? Wouldn’t it be nice if you could just slam that annoying translation bar to hell? Well, you can’t, but you can disable it if you like :)
It’s very simple and i found the solution HERE, just follow the steps: go to Tools > Options > Under the Hood > Translate and deselect the box next to “Offer to translate pages that aren’t in a language I read”
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If you are like me, and use WordPress for website or blogging purposes, you may want to add a link here and there for reference. But you find it tedious because you either have to add the HTML link tag manually or mark the text and click the “link button” in the WordPress post toolbar. Wouldn’t it be nice if someone could do it for you? Well you’re in luck, because there’s a WordPress plugin for just that. And it’s called “Zemanta“.
Zemanta will scan you’r post and check any references that it recognizes, and then give you the option to add it as a link, it couldn’t be simpler! And it’s not just links, it’s also post tags and pictures!
You can get Zemanta by Clicking here or you can install it through the WordPress dashboard.
Do you use Zemanta?
So, Cache means faster website ey? Well not in my case, the wordpress plugin “WP-Total cache” actually made my website slower! I was able to diagnose the problem using firebug, some CSS sheets tog a very long time to load, probably because they where cached some place, so i just disabled the plugin and POW!!! a super fast wordpress site!
Tell my about your experience, and leave a comment below!