I just changed my host today, and thanks to the amazing support at Hostleet I didn't have to worry about setup at all; they downloaded the files from old host, uploaded it to their servers and managed all the files on their own. I just sat back and waited for their reply. Well off course, I had to change the Nameservers on my own. :P
Simple Twitter Connect and Simple Facebook connect are two very useful plugins which let you integrate Twitter and Facebook modules into your WordPress site. One of these modules let users to comment on your WordPress site by logging in through Twitter or Facebook. If you are new to these plugins, you might have encountered a particular issue, where instead of the profile pictures of Facebook or Twitter being shown beside the comment, Gravatar or default WordPress avatar is shown. This problem, however, does not occur in all the themes, especially the ones where the creator has properly passed the comment as a whole object.
I had noticed yesterday that my Feedburner was showing zero subscribers. It had happened before so I was not mad or anything since it used to get fixed within minutes. When I woke up today to check the Feedburner stats, it was still showing zero subscribers. I wondered if it was only me who was facing the issue, but seems like everyone else is having the same problem as well.
Shutterfly is an online photo service that lets you upload unlimited photos at no cost. So, suppose all your pictures on Shutterfly are the only original photos you have, there's no copy, or what if you accidentally removed all those photos from your computer and would like to download them back from Shutterfly? What do you do now? Shutterfly offers very limited capabilities to download photos; you can cross post your photos to Blogger and Facebook and you can download photos one by one, but bulk download is not supported. It will be very tedious if you go on downloading each and every photos, one by one. So to ease your task, here are some ways to download all those pictures from your Shutterfly account in bulk.
I had posted earlier an article explaining how you could get a US number and forward SMS sent to your own local phone for free. Since that method expired a long time back, I've come up with this new tutorial.
Spoofed SMS's are pretty useful in some cases, not just to play pranks on your friends but also to message others when you don't have enough balance on your phone.
Here's something new and interesting that you might not have heard of before.
As the title says, you need to add at least 100 friends to a Facebook group and you'll get mobile balance for free. For every 100 members that you add to the group, you get Rs. 10 balance transferred to your Ncell or NTC mobile (Prepaid only.)
Bypassing call verification is pretty useful in some cases. Here's a guide on how you can successfully get your own US phone number and receive calls made to that number on your PC for free!
Just wanted to give you guys a quick heads-up, Ncell, the leading mobile operator in Nepal seems to have enabled the Email to SMS service for free. It used to cost about Rs. 30 per month earlier to activate this service. But, now it's completely free and you don't need to do anything to activate the service, it's already activated on all Ncell mobile numbers.
F.B. Purity is a nice elegant browser extension that cleans up your Facebook homepage by allowing you to customize Facebook anyway you want.
It can be pretty tedious if you open a new group on Facebook and invite all your friends one by one to join the group. So, to ease your task we have got some pretty slick trick whereby you will simply perform two to three steps and all of your friends will be added to the Facebook group at once!
Ifttt is a web service which lets user to create tasks which are performed when certain condition is met. We have already covered about Ifttt and some of its best recipes in one of our earlier posts. Whether you like Ifttt or not, you might want to learn some of its alternatives or programs offering similar services. Well, I did find some sites claiming to offer similar services as Ifttt, but take my word, none of them seem as good as Ifttt (maybe because it's very early in their development). Besides, Ifttt is in beta and totally free while most of these alternatives are either in private beta, or are not free. Some of them, however, do seem promising - let's just hope they will turn out to be as good as Ifttt.