For those of you enjoying all the Chrome super speeds (and all Windows problems), if you need to disable the display of most visited sites in a new tab, although I personally love it, here is how to do it.
The number of times a day I find my self going to Google Translate or Googling for define: <word> is really amazing, and opening the page over and over is tedious as well. Leaving the tab open is a good way, but hey it will get lost soon in the middle of all the other […]
(via CNET) It’s starting now. Some real, even if hacked, extensions. The famous Better Gmail extension for Firefox that adds rich features to Gmail such as message highlighting and attachment icons has been ported to Chrome and can be downloaded from here. The installation requires you to have Google Chrome Channel Changer first, and then […]
Finally, with the recent developer release of Google Chrome, or the Google Chrome 2.0 Beta (That was fast graduation don’t you think?), you can hack your way through with some wrapper extensions just to get the flavor. You can read a quick brief about it on Google Operating System blog, or you can go straight […]
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For some time now the sidebar RSS Links were not working, as it was referring to “http://blogallalong.com/<?php bloginfo(‘rss2_url’); ?>” I didn’t know what’s the problem at the time, and why the PHP code was not being executed. I put it on my long todo list and forgot about it until early this morning. You know […]
There are always those good & bad plugins, and sometimes rise a plugin, where it must basically be a built-in feature. That one plugin is the famously growing WordPress Automatic Upgrade Plugin by Techie-Buzz. Every now and then, or once a security hole was found and a patch was released for it, we would need […]