Archive for the ‘Tip of the Week’ Category

July 31st, 2006

Firefox Tabbed Browsing Shortcuts

How do you browse with tabs? Do you? Press Ctrl+T to open a new blank tab, type the URL and hit Enter? Right-click on a link on an existing page and choose Open Link in New Tab? Did you know that there are easier ways like:

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July 27th, 2006

Edit N Place Plugin for WordPress

I was doing my homework on upgrading my plugins a while ago and discovered an awesome Wordpress plugin called "Edit N Place" by Headzoo's Sean Hickey. It kinda speaks for itself. Made possible with AJAX, what it does is it allows you to edit your articles, their categories ...

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July 21st, 2006

Unclutterizing your Yahoo! Inbox and Fighting Spam

Some technologically challenged people I know keep complaining to me that they spend an enormous amount of time deleting unwanted messages from their Yahoo! email accounts. I ask them, who sends you all the junk? The spam filter should take care of it. Turns out that the ...

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July 19th, 2006

eBible.com – Heaven’s Answer to Web 2.0

How I wish eBible.com existed in my days of studying theology in college. I have to admit that theology (or theo, as we fondly called it) isn't exactly my thing nor did I excel in it like I did in Calculus and English. We used the New ...

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July 14th, 2006

Ajax Loading Gif Animation

I was sniffing around for some nifty loading gif's for one of my projects when I found Ajaxload, a drive-thru Ajax-powered site that spits out loading gif animations to your liking on-the-fly. Yeah ... for you graphically-challenged Web 2.0 geeks out there, this is the place to go if ...

Posted in Random Sights, Searching, Sites in Review, Tip of the Week, Web Apps | 6 Comments »

July 13th, 2006

Stopping the ODP Snippets in their Tracks

Google now gives webmasters the option to add a simple meta tag to their webpages to tell the search engine not to display their ODP (Open Directory Project) information: Insert the following anywhere between the header tags: <meta NAME="GOOGLEBOT" CONTENT="NOODP"></meta> This news came fresh straight from the bakery, so not every search engine ...

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July 13th, 2006

PLDT MyDSL Sucks – The Saga Continues

I read about Marc Macalua's lousy time with PLDT MyDSL. All I can say is -- Dude, I know how you feel. I've been languishing with MyDSL forever because it's the only damn DSL service available in my area. Frequent lost connections, extremely sluggish download times (way ...

Posted in Friendster, Me, Myspace, Tip of the Week | 97 Comments »

June 9th, 2006

How to Create a WordPress Guestbook Reloaded

I've gotten emails from people griping that my previous post about making a guestbook for their Wordpress blogs does not work for them. I'm making up for that lame post right now! Ok, I am writing this post under the assumption that: You have FTP access to your web server containing ...

Posted in Blogging, Tip of the Week, Wordpress | 55 Comments »

February 5th, 2006

Increase your Online Productivity with a Startpage

I'm a busy guy. I spend the most of the day obsessing about my websites and browse through my favorite blogs and bulletin boards. But it's such a pain in the neck to have to type each and every URL every freakin' time! I figured out a ...

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January 30th, 2006

How to Make A WordPress Guestbook?

Someone asked me how to make a guestbook in Wordpress. No, it doesn't require a plugin. Simply create a new page (Write Page) in your Admin Panel and call it 'Guestbook'. Be sure to allow comments so that your visitors can 'sign' it. Update: New, More Wonderful Instructions! Another Update: Wordpress Generator Plugin ...

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