Category Archives: Internet

Written on May, 23, 2011 by in | Leave a comment
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In this tutorial we will learn how to install and setup piwik for your website or blog on your own web server. As you know that Piwik is very much similar to Google Analytics, a major difference being that Piwik is self hosted and Google Analytics is a web service provided by Google. So without wasting any time lets start …

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Written on May, 23, 2011 by in | Leave a comment
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Google Analytics is a web based utility that is used by almost all Internet Marketers. Google Analytics is really simple to setup and use. It also provides a lot of detailed reports in many aspects. But Google Analytics has its own limitations. In order to remove those limitations what you can do is to install your own analytics web service. …

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Written on May, 18, 2011 by in | Leave a comment
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AddThis the famous Social Bookmarking and Social Sharing Widget in a latest blog post mentioned the latest update to the widget itself. AddThis now officially supports Joomla 1.6 with the new and updated plugin. With this updated plugin all the Joomla web developers who were using Joomla 1.6 for their website development can take advantage of this new plugin to …

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Written on May, 16, 2011 by in | Leave a comment
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Addthis is a simple web service that provides a lot of tools and widgets that can be used by anyone to add or bookmark a website to a bookmarking website easily. Mostly bloggers are the people who are most actively involved in the development of ADDTHIS. Now Addthis has started a new status page on which you can check the …

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Written on May, 16, 2011 by in | Leave a comment
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Many people who are reading this post will be shocked to know that till now there was no Flash Cookie Deletion Feature in Internet Explorer. In a blog post by Andy Zeigler (Program Manager, Internet Explorer) he said that with the latest update to Adobe Flash, now the feature to delete flash cookies will also be included in Internet Explorer …

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Written on May, 14, 2011 by in | Leave a comment
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The best time pass for me when I am not blogging is to listen to FM or Radio. Basically not even for me, it is strangely a time pass for a lot of people in the world. Today in this post I would like to bring to your notice an extension of Google Chrome that will help you playing Radio …

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Written on May, 12, 2011 by in | Leave a comment
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Today when I was creating my time table in Google Calendar, I found a very useful feature that I want to share with all my blog readers. This feature relates to Coloring your Calendar items for better visibility. First let me discuss what is the exact use of this sort of functionality. Suppose you have multiple events listed in your …

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Written on May, 11, 2011 by in | Leave a comment
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Continuing my journey with RSS and Internet Explorer – here comes another article that is of most importance when it comes to Subscribing to a feed in Internet Explorer. All the working professionals are going to find this article extremely using for them because they are more likely to face the situation given in this article. You may have noticed …

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Written on May, 11, 2011 by in | Leave a comment
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If you are very active in reading Blogs then you may have noticed that in some blog RSS feeds there are social bookmarking and social networking links at the bottom of the feed. If you have not seen it anywhere then here is a screenshot below: These sort of links give the ability to the RSS feed subscriber to bookmark …

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Written on May, 11, 2011 by in | 1 Comment.
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In my few earlier posts you may have noticed regarding a lot of tutorials that relate to using RSS in Internet Explorer. In this tutorial I will tell you how you can access password protected RSS feeds in IE 8. Lets start with the tutorial: 1. Open Internet Explorer – press ALT + C – On the feeds Tab – …

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Written on May, 10, 2011 by in | Leave a comment
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If you are a web developer – creating a complete source code of RSS feeds is like a piece of Cake for you. But when it comes to dynamic generation of RSS or ATOM feeds you cannot do much instead of either using or creating an automatic script that will do the job for you. In the scenario in which …

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Written on May, 10, 2011 by in | Leave a comment
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Web feeds are basically available in 2 formats – RSS and atom. Both these formats have their own advantages and disadvantage. Where RSS is really a simple technology and useful for all sort of people, atom is much more advanced and can contain more data and information of a feed. You use any of these and they will work for …

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Written on May, 10, 2011 by in | 1 Comment.
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RSS is a technology that works on XML. All the web feed related technologies like ATOM are completely based on XML. Basically XML is a data transport format that is used to transmit the data from one place to another. The web page that you see with your RSS feeds through Feed Burner will actually differ if you use any …

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Written on May, 10, 2011 by in | 6 Comments.
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After a quick login into Google after my last blog post, I found that Instant Search was enabled in Google. I really don’t like the Instant Search feature of Google and want the search results to appear in the legacy way. Although I really like the Ajax Search of Google but Instant Search Results for me is a big Turn …

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Written on May, 10, 2011 by in | Leave a comment
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Creative Commons is a Non Profit Organization that is responsible for creating licences for Online Content. If you are active in social media and blogging you must have heard about Creative Commons before. In this post I would like to tell you about Creative Commons in simple language and with examples. Suppose you own a technology blog. Because this blog …

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Written on May, 10, 2011 by in | 1 Comment.
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RSS feeds contain the latest update from your blog. They are used by readers in order to subscribe to your blog to get the latest news from it. RSS is build upon XML and is one of the best technologies in the world of Internet today. And undoubtedly RSS and XML and other variants of XML are and will definitely …

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Written on May, 10, 2011 by in | 1 Comment.
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Before I start this entire tutorial – I would like to explain to everybody what exactly I am talking about. What exactly you mean by RSS feed password authentication and why is it useful. Suppose you started a new blog. You are very keen to write some amazing articles to get a lot of Blog readers and earn a lot …

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Written on May, 10, 2011 by in | Leave a comment
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Internet explorer RSS feed reader or aggregator is a tool that is so much hidden in the interface that finding it is not an easy task. In my last post I told you how to do that. In this post I will extend the discussion further by expanding the topic of IE RSS subscription process. Let us see how to …

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Written on May, 09, 2011 by in | Leave a comment
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In the last post I discussed about a feature in Internet Explorer that can help you in subscribing to a RSS feed. But right where I ended that post, the problem began. You won’t believe it took me nearly 2 hours to find where those RSS feeds were actually stored. And at the end what I found was nearly next …

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Written on May, 09, 2011 by in | Leave a comment
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Internet Explorer 8 has a built in RSS Feed Subscriber Application. With this application anyone can just subscribe to any feed on the web without using the External Desktop Client or without using any other Web Based Feed Aggregator. This is a very simple to use tool but still it is hidden from many eyes. In this tutorial I will …

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Written on May, 09, 2011 by in | Leave a comment
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Internet Explorer is now shipped with a feature that allows you to open the last browsing session. Suppose you visited many websites in the previous hour and suddenly because of the power failure all the important windows and tabs that were opened in Internet Explorer that you were about to bookmark for future use are now no more available. Now …

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Written on May, 09, 2011 by in | Leave a comment
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I don’t know why the Tabbed browsing functionality was not inbuilt into Internet Explorer during its initial versions. Tabbed browsing actually enhances the complete way of how people browse the Internet. After this feature has been embedded into IE, still I find it very distant from its neighbours like Mozilla FireFox or Google Chrome. For example reopening closed tabs is …

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Written on May, 09, 2011 by in | Leave a comment
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Popup blocker is a utility that is embedded in all web browsers today. With popup blocker utility one can block a popup window from opening unnecessarily. But there are certain times when opening pop-up window while browsing the web becomes a mandate. Let us see this in detail: Suppose you are actively involved in creating plugins and extensions for Chrome …

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Written on May, 09, 2011 by in | Leave a comment
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Popup Blocker is a feature of all Major Web Browsers. Whether you are using Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, Apple Safari or any one else, you will definitely find a utility called Pop-up Blocker. This is not all, even some major Tool bars like the Google Toolbar also include this feature. Sometimes it becomes a mandate to restrict a …

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Written on May, 09, 2011 by in | 1 Comment.

Sometimes when working in your office or at clients place you will notice that you are unable to manage addons in IE. Neither you are able to enable them nor your are able to disable them. Even you are also unable to install new addons. Lets see what this entire problem is all about. Basically IE ships with a feature …

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