One of the tips to secure your WordPress site is to avoid using the standard admin username as super user login. You can actually specify a unique username if you’re doing the famous 5-minute manual installation. But if you have installed the WordPress using a script such as fantastico, all the settings will be default, […]
12 Free Online Favicon Generators to Create .ico Files
A favicon, short for favorite icon, is a small icon file, most commonly 16 x 16 pixels, associated with a particular website. A browser that supports favicon (most commonly has a .ico file extension) typically displays it next to the address bar or next to the page’s title. See image below. It might be just […]
How to edit comments on Facebook ?
Well, it used to be a bit complicated with a hidden trick, but not anymore with the introduction of edit comment feature 2 days ago. Yes, you hear me right, now you can edit your Facebook comments at any time. With this feature, you will see an Edit option when you click on the little pencil […]
How to Backup (or Export) You Gmail Contacts?
Like me, you might want to do a backup of the existing Gmail contacts before syncing with the contacts in iPhone. (Or perhaps any other reason) You can quickly export your Gmail Contacts list into a CSV or vCard format. Here’s how: 1. Sign in to Gmail. 2. From the drop down menu located on […]
Using Stop Junk Plugin to Stop Comment Spam in WordPress
Having too many spam comments on your WordPress blog ? The Stop Junk plugin might help in this case. With this plugin, a simple math problem is displayed on the comment box for readers to solve before clicking the Post Comment button. With the plugin still in its first version, there isn’t much setting you can do, except […]
Basic Comment Quicktags: Display HTML Quicktags On Comment Box
By default, WordPress allows certain HTML tags such as <a>, <strong>, and etc within the comment box. To make them work, your readers need basic knowledge of the html tag. For example they need to know <strong> tag is for bolding text and etc. So if your site comprises of mostly not tech savvy readers, […]