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
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 Google.com 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 Google.com and stop sending you to country specific website
A little while back, I saw someone using the hashtag to mention one of his friends on Facebook (ex: #John). Therefore I thought this is a high time to make an article on Hashtags since hashtags are much popular now days and majority is blank with the answers for What is a hashtag? What we … Continue reading What is a Hashtag? And What Do You Do With Hashtags?
For 2 days I have been trying to change maximum upload size because I was not able to upload a new theme for my site which was over 2MB sizes. I had my limit up to 2MB, but now I changed to 1000MB.So how I did it? First of all, we should know where our php.ini … Continue reading Change maximum upload size in WordPress and find php.ini
So you have a WordPress theme on your website, either a free one or a commercial one, and you want to customize it. Someone has wisely recommended you do this by “creating a child theme”. But what does that mean, and how do you do it? What is a child theme? The WordPress Codex describes child … Continue reading How to Customize Your WordPress Theme With a Child Theme
Wings for your Windows Explorer! Probably the best ever third-party program I used for Windows. Light weight, simple, clean and beautiful. No harm to Windows just works like a kitten 🙂 Clover is an extension of the Windows Explorer, to add multi-tab functionality similar to Google Chrome browser. After install Clover, you will be able … Continue reading Clover 3
If you’re the kind of person who throws caution to the wind when choosing who to invite to your events (otherwise known as the “select all” crowd), it looks like Facebook is beginning to get more serious about restricting you. Some users are getting a message from Facebook when they attempt to invite a large … Continue reading Facebook Places Restrictions on Wholesale Event Invitations