If you are unfamiliar with Skribit , it’s a widget that allows readers to suggest what they really want to read from the blog they visit. … This widget will be placed on the sidebar (refer to the image above), and if you scroll all the way down on the right sidebar, just after Top Commentator , you should be able to find it.
Whether you have a broken link on your site or your visitors happened to come from a site that incorrectly hyperlinked your site; they are likely to land on a error page. If this error page is properly handled, the visitor will be reading a Error 404 page. Seeing things … Continue reading »
Speaking from theme designer and blogger standpoint, sometimes you will not want your design to be limited/restricted by the low resolution images you found online. Getting the high resolution (usually the vector format) often gives you the flexibility (colors, dimensions) to match your designs. Here’s few logos, including WordPress, Blogger, … Continue reading »
Here’s a heads up for you guys who read and deal with PDF files on regular basis. Folks at Adobe has just released the latest version of their PDF reader, Adobe Reader version 9. The new release comes with sets of interesting features, amongst is the capability to work with … Continue reading »
I believe you’ve seen websites and blogs that uses the text-based Feedburner subscriber count instead of the chicklet. I hope you are not getting the idea the these guys update their feed count manually. Instead, it can be done easily with scripts, and the reason why you want to do … Continue reading »
Think of TinyPaste as shortURL service that turn long lengthy contents short (in format of URL) instead of URLs. This free service is simple, just paste in your text, click submit and share the URL. If you happen to paste large amount of content over IM, Twitter, etc, TinyPaste might … Continue reading »
Are you using email@example.com by Google? If you are, chances are you might be interested in grabbing firstname.lastname@example.org by Yahoo! too. Yahoo! has recently released 1 new mailbox – ymail.com. it’s new fresh so if you’d like to get email@example.com (especially if it’s a common english name like Sarah, Mark, … Continue reading »