How to Install Webmin in Ubuntu 12.04

Installing Webmin in Ubuntu 12.04 is fairly easy process. What you need is WinSCP, Putty and this tutorial 1. Connect to your server using WinSCP and go to /etc/apt/ folder. There you need to double-click on sources.list file. At the end of the files please add these two lines: deb http://download.webmin.com/download/repository sarge contrib deb http://webmin.mirror.somersettechsolutions.co.uk/repository sarge...

Create Business HTML Signature for Thunderbird

For many years I haven’t had a signature in my emails but recently I decided that it is time to do it. I have also started to work in a company and having nice looking signature with all important information is a must. Here is what you need to do in order to have proper business HTML signature for Thunderbird email client: 1. Click on Tools/Account Settings and select email account where you want your...

Static Links vs Dynamic Links

Many people have the misperception that all links are the same.  As a SEO, one of the most important things to know are the different types of links out there.  Knowing the difference is critical because it can mean the difference between a success SEO campaign versus one that does not produce any results. Static Links can be linked from a text or image. can either be dofollow or nofollow. dofollow static...

Dropbox for Office 2013

If you are one of the earlier adopters of Office 2013 you probably noticed that Office has a new feature where cloud services can register as a place within the Open/SaveAs menu and within the users account. Great right? Problem is that by default we can only choose Microsoft SkyDrive cloud service. SkyDrive is good service no doubt, but having more choices dont hurt! Therefore I googled a bit and stumbled upon...

How Does Google Determine Relevancy?

We’ve all been told that building relevant backlinks are important to SEO. However, have you ever wondered how Google determines relevancy between 2 websites that do not share much keywords? For Example: Say you have site A linking to site B, but site A is about cars while site B talks about brake pads. And, say both sites don’t really mention too much about the topic of the other site. How would...

How to Copy Error Messages In Windows

Most of you I’m sure have encountered those annoying Windows error messages. To work out the problem, you need to keep the error message/code so that either yourself or a PC technician can debug the error. This usually means having to manually type the error message or using the print screen function. The first method certainly works but can a be little time consuming if it’s a long error message....

Learn About Your Vistitors

If you’re website owner, you know it’s important to have visitors, and with the right information, you can improve your visitor statistics. These statistics can tell you a lot of things, such as the number of unique visitors you’ve had, where they come from, what they look at, and the time they spend visiting. Chances are you’ve got a nice stat counter from your web hosting provider; if you haven’t,...

10 Ways To Increase RSS Subscribers

If you’re someone that owns a blog or website, you’ll know that subscribers are the lifeblood of your site. Why? Because these loyal subscribers take interest in your writing’s which keeps them coming back. This brings the issue of “How do I get more people to subscribe”? 1. Write quality content. You’ve probably figured out by now that quality content is the key to lot of things on your blog or...

How to make WordPress Safer?

Security is a big issue these days, not only in the real world but also in the online world. Unfortunately, some people have nothing better to do than hack other peoples websites and blogs. I for one am a victim of such an attack. So, what can we do to avoid spam attacks and website exploits? Locking down your website/blog is the answer. Here are the things I’ve done so far to harden up my blog: 1. Upgrade...

Making a Simple Excel Macro

One of the first macros people make when learning about macros is simply one that changes the colours of cells or text in a cell. What follows is macro tutorial for Excel 2007 or Excel 2010 or even earlier that does something a little more useful using the RandBetween function. If some of the wording is too complex, let me know and I’ll post a simpler example. When you are trying to generate random numbers,...

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