A new video on Youtube is now going viral. It’s a simple instruction on how you can turn your smartphone into a 3D hologram.
When you enabled Cloudflare Railgun on your WordPress blog on Dreamhost, you might not be able to login to the Dashboard if you enabled the “Extra Web Security” feature when you set up your domain. How can you post now if you can’t login, right?
Disclaimer: This works for me. I’m not sure if it will work for you. Try at your own risk. I will not be held liable if your server stopped responding, OK?
I recently deleted my Friendster account after downloading all my files from there. Why? Because Friendster is going to delete our data anyway, like photos, blogs, comments, etc. They said that they are going to introduce a different service.
Tutorials on how to setup CDN on WordPress using MaxCDN and W3 Total Cache is already abundant on the internet. But I did not see any tutorial on doing it using WP Super Cache. I opted to use WP Super Cache instead of the W3 Total Cache because I don’t …
Like what I’ve said in my previous post, this topic deserves a separate post. This time, we will back-up our WordPress database automatically. Again, the same set and forget way. You’ll have your latest back-up copy of your database everyday if you want.
When backing up a WordPress blog, you need to know that you have to back-up not only the WordPress database but also some WordPress files. Backing up WordPress database will be subject of another post. This time, I’ll show you how to back-up your WordPress files automatically on schedule. Set …
Another problem that I encountered on a group blog setup in WordPress is that users with Author and Contributor roles cannot embed Youtube videos. They can paste the Youtube embed code while composing a post, but when they preview and publish it, the Youtube video is gone! Right, Ambo?
One of the problems I encountered when setting up a group blog in WordPress is that users under the Contributor role cannot upload an image. The option to upload image is simply non-existent when the user is composing a post. That’s a problem if you expect your contributors to upload …
I’ve seen a lot of pictures in Facebook that needs rotating. I think, those people who uploaded those pictures learned to use Facebook first when they became computer literate and did not bother learning the art of rotating pictures. 🙂