What does it mean and what will change if Microsoft doesn’t release PHP 8.0 binaries
Winamp is retiring. Here’s a goodbye to it. Also time to look at some alternatives.
Spotted this a few minutes back. This is a good move from Twitter. You don’t need to follow back anyone to receive DMs. This takes out the mandatory followback requirement to chat with someone out. Though that user needs to follow you first to send DM. That requirement hasn’t changed. Although this is a global option… Continue reading Twitter now allows you to get DMs from your followers without following back
As a webmaster, we all have to take care of the growing mobile userbase and have to optimise our blogs/sites for mobiles as well. And with the wide range of Smartphones available, it becomes a bit expensive to have every kind of test device with us to test your own sites. Ofcourse, we can ask… Continue reading Test your sites for IOS/Blackberry/Android on PC
If you have been using Firefox 4 beta (12) recently, you may have noticed that Firefox does not save opened tabs and opens the browser with a fresh state. This behavior continues even if you have set the option “Show my windows and tabs from last time” under Tools>>Options>>General. Well don’t know whether its by… Continue reading Firefox 4 beta does not save tabs on closing
Disclaimer: This method may not work at all. This post is just for informational purpose. Proceed at your own risk. Links and Files Updated as of 16 August, 2015 Google Chrome works only on Windows XP and above. Installer won’t even run on Windows 2000. But a japanese guy found a method to make it… Continue reading Google Chrome on Windows 2000/2k? Works with my method
So Site Analysis is becoming very important nowdays. Its important if you want to track where your own website is heading towards or even want to find about any other site. These type of information is very useful if you want to buy a website and want a complete detail of that website so that… Continue reading How to analyse a site completely