Remove .html extensions with .htaccess

When you create a simple website with HTML, or PHP you will want to have user-friendly URLs on your site. Instead of you will want to have Follow the below guide to achieve this by simply editing the .htaccess file in your Apache Server.   Go to File Manager – in the FILES … Continue reading Remove .html extensions with .htaccess

Join Flexus. Ruin Something.

This is about a downfall of a solid industry in Sri Lanka. Quoted from the personal blog of Ravindu Thimantha. Enjoy! Claiming to be the fastest growing event management company in Sri Lanka, even though they haven’t managed any real events ‘except for birthday parties’ to quote the CEO of Flexus Labs, Sahan Senevirathne, (who later denied … Continue reading Join Flexus. Ruin Something.

1982 Mercedes-Benz W123 Plug-in Hybrid

Motivated by the 1979 energy crisis, Mercedes-Benz travelled to the 32nd annual Hanover Trade Fair that took place in 1982 to showcase a battery-powered prototype based on the w123 waggon.  The electric w123 was part of Mercedes’ goal to test all technically and economically feasible alternatives to traditional gasoline- and diesel-powered cars and it was … Continue reading 1982 Mercedes-Benz W123 Plug-in Hybrid

Hello Flexus Labs

This was initially posted from my personal Facebook account. And due to large number of reports from parties who has got offended (which I did not expect at all) including Sahan, Nipun and some others (unfortunately due to a glitch of Facebook now I can't view the rest of the names. This is all I … Continue reading Hello Flexus Labs

Support for theme-color in Chrome 39 for Android

Starting in version 39 of Chrome for Android on Lollipop, you’ll now be able to use the theme-color meta tag to set the toolbar color—this means no more Seattle gray toolbars! The syntax is pretty simple: add a meta tag to your page’swith the name="theme-color", and set the content to any valid CSS color. For … Continue reading Support for theme-color in Chrome 39 for Android

How to always use and stop sending you to country specific website

If you are in another country, it’s already typical for you to be redirected to Google’s local homepage. As you can notice, even if you type on your address bar, it will still redirect you to its country-specific page. Unfortunately, this case also applies to users who are using VPN. So what if you … Continue reading How to always use and stop sending you to country specific website