Friday, October 15, 2010
1. Login to the admin panel.
2. Go to Settings
3. Language Settings and search the string “copyright”.
4. Click edit next to _copyright (System)
5. Backspace over “your company” and type your site name and any other pertinent information.
Friday, September 3, 2010
Download this file and open it with an html editor [such as CoffeeCup]
Look for the following line of code, around line 22 of the script.
Note: The span elements should be written with the appropriate "< and >" symbols, but in order to display the text correctly they were omitted here.
Remove this whole block of code and then save and re-upload, "block_wide.html" to the server.
Friday, August 20, 2010
Twitter is getting smarter and smarter and now it is becoming viral in your browser. Making your web surfing and sharing much easier, there is a bookmarklet for Twitter that shares webpages in one click with all your followers. Gone is the work in creating your own shortened url and logging in to Twitter to share something useful. Just click the bookmarklet “Share on Twitter” and automatically a sharing windows opens with your weblink shorten and a preset tweet ready to be sent. Although some third party apps offer a similar function but this is great for those using Twitter.com to tweet.
In order to get this bookmarklet visit this page. Once the page is open scroll down mid-way to the “Getting the Bookmarklet” section and then drag the “Share on Twitter” gray button on the left to your browser’s bookmarks toolbar, bookmarks bar or favorites bar depending on the browser being used.
Wednesday, June 30, 2010
Hulu has thrown down the gauntlet down in front of major Cable Companies. They announced today that they are launching a new paid subscription service for watching series TV on computers. Hulu Plus will cost $9.99 a month and initially will only be available to pre-selected subscribers. Hulu is not intending to replace what they already provide there will still be many TV programs streaming for free. The paid service will provide extra seasons to programming that is currently available and expand the episodes available of shows in current production.
The new service will be transportable to iPhones, videogame consoles and Blu-ray players. GE’s NBC Universal, News Corp and Walt Disney Co. who own such shows and “Modern Family” and “30 Rock” will be providing services and are primed to directly compete with an online service being planned by cable and satellite television called TV everywhere. Although many die hard television watchers will be impressed with this service. The new service will run as many ads as are currently seen on the free version and new show will still be available as they have been in the past, the morning after they premier the only difference is that they are expanding the content repository.
Hulu is priming itself to be among other companies offering internet streaming services such as Netflix, Inc. and Google’s You Tube. Although, Hulu’s chief executive Jason Kilar says that he sees Hulu Plus as a supplement and not a replacement for cable subscriptions. Current Hulu users can request an invitation to Hulu Plus online where users will be gradually converted. The goal is have the general public be able to join Hulu Plus just before the fall 2010 television season begins.
An obstacle that Hulu may face is that subscribers may not be willing to pay for older episodes when they can watch the new ones for free.
Thursday, June 17, 2010
Tuesday, June 1, 2010
- Select the program window you want to move.
- Press ALT+SPACEBAR on your keyboard.
- This brings up the shortcut menu. Select MOVE.
- Usee your LEFT ARROW, RIGHT ARROW, UP ARROW or DOWN ARROW to move the window around so that you can grab it with the mouse.
- Press ENTER to finish.
Monday, May 31, 2010
FourSquare is a great mobile application that connects you and your friends in exploring your city. You would use foursquare to "check-in", which is a way of telling us your whereabouts by your phone. When you check-in someplace, we'll tell your friends where they can find you and recommend places to go & things to do nearby. People check-in at all kind of places - cafes, bars, restaurants, parks, homes, offices. You can earn badges by check-in at a particular place more then others. Once FourSquare determines that you are the person who most frequents a place, you are declared the Major!