Every WordPress site comes with its own .htaccess configuration file. Here are 7 .htaccess rules you should add to your WordPress site.
Have you ever wanted to run Libre Office in a web browser? With Open365 you can; it’s the entire Libre Office suite in the browser.
One of the most essential apps in all of our arsenals, whether we do our computing on a mobile device, laptop, or desktop, is the browser. Are you loyal to one browser or are you constantly switching?
Having issues with the Edge browser? You can’t uninstall it, but you can manually delete most of its core data & re-register it. Here’s how to reset Microsoft Edge.
Looking to reduce the image size of your site? Try Optimus for WordPress to optimize your uploaded images.
Interested in converting your pictures/text to ASCII art? Here are three converters you should check out.
There is an understanding that metadata collection isn’t as bad as full surveillance, but what is it and is collecting it harmful to your privacy? Let’s find out.
The Email Privacy Act forces the government to seek warrants before asking tech companies for emails. Should this be the same for an individual’s personal emails?
Want to disable caching for a particular website so that you can easily see what has been newly added to it?. Here’s what you need to do.
You can’t build a site and expect people to find it on their own; you have to give it a boost. These WordPress plugins can help get more traffic to your site.
Google recently launched a Chrome extension similar to Pocket that lets you save websites for later viewing called Save to Google. Here’s how it works.
We all tend to groan when we see online ads and would rather do without them in any format. What types of online ads are acceptable?
Chrome includes data sync which syncs most of your Chrome data, like saved passwords, to all your devices. Here’s how to do that while keeping your data secure.
Google Calendar has launched a feature called Goals or Objectives. Here’s how to take full advantage of this productivity-boosting feature.
Tired of seeing search suggestions in the address bar on your desktop or mobile device? Here’s how to disable search suggestions in Chrome and Safari.
Have you ever wondered what type of data and info is hidden in your browser history? Here’s a closer look at it and why you should erase it more often.
In Gmail it can be difficult to pinpoint your email reply. Let’s see how you can quote and reply directly to to a specific phrase in Gmail.
Missing the Firefox status bar? Some are using add-ons to make up for it, such as Puzzle Bars. Here’s how to use it to add multiple Firefox icon bars to the browser.
Looking for a way to interact with your audience and reach more readers? Here’s how you can connect WordPress and Telegram.
If you are having a hard time crafting a professional invoice, then you can take advantage of some online tools to create invoices. Here are 4 to check out.
If you want to avoid inbox clutter and spam from coming to your email, it’s a good idea to use a digest service like Throttle to keep your inbox clean.
Everyone wants to save as much money as possible and get the best deals when shopping on Amazon. This guide will help you do that.
Looking for a more secure browser for Linux? Check out Xombrero web browser, a minimalist browser with sophisticated built-in security features. It has a familiar interface similar to Firefox.
Looking for an easier way to switch user profiles in Chrome? Here’s how to switch Chrome user profiles with keyboard shortcuts.
Privacy policies are often lengthy and hard to understand, so the Usable Privacy Project created a tool that makes privacy policies easier to understand. Check it out.
There are several CRM services available, but it could take time to find the perfect one for your team. Here are five great ones that are also Chrome apps.
You have probably heard of browser fingerprinting, but are not sure what it is. This article will explain what browser fingerprinting is and how to avoid it.
Nirsoft’s freeware, BrowserAddonsView, lets you see all the extensions installed in your system. Here’s how BrowserAddonsView can help you keep track of all your browser extensions.
It can be annoying to save an image to your computer and upload it to the cloud. Ballloon is a tool that allows you to upload files to various cloud services. Let’s take a look.
If you’ve ever landed on a web page in a different language than what you speak, it’s good to have an extension or add-on to help translate web pages. Here are some to check out.
Facebook’s Parse backend service will be shutting down. In this article we go over recommended Facebook Parse alternatives and replacements and what you can do moving forward as an app developer.
Tagmmer is a web-based alternative to such services as Dropbox and Puu.sh. It’s also a powerful sharing application in its own right. Let’s check it out.
Whether you are a Facebook addict or new to the social network, these handy tricks will help you use Facebook like a pro. Check out these seven tips and tricks.
Looking for an easy way to add emoji characters to your tweets on Twitter? Here is a Chrome extension and web app that can help.
A startup called Privacy has created a solution that uses a one-time-use debit card number for online transactions. Will this make online payment safer? Let’s check it out.
Did you know that you can edit and format your Google documents by just using your voice? Let’s check out how it works.
This article will explain why a child theme is necessary for making customisations on your WordPress website and show you how to create one.
Behind Chrome’s minimalist design, it hides hundreds of features – even some you may not know about. Let’s check out some of those little-known Chrome features.
If you want to block someone on Instagram but still want to keep your account public, here is how you can block anyone without changing the privacy settings.
If you’re a Chrome user, a must-have extension is Emoji Keyboard. This free extension is available for Mac, Windows, and Linux and gives you instant access to 1,619 emojis in nine different categories.
Social music apps are a primary example of how advancing technology has changed the landscape of enjoying and listening to music. Let’s discuss.
If you have more than one WordPress blog and want to manage them from your desktop, check out the new WordPress desktop app.
Are you sick and tired of having to deal with annoying spam? You’re not alone! Here are some tips to help you avoid it.
Looking for some easy tools to help turn your photos into sketches? Here are three free tools for the Web.
Trello’s official Chrome extension has been released and does two useful things: allows you to quickly add cards and opens your existing boards. Check it out.
You can easily be overwhelmed when you first enter Reddit because of its options. Here are some Reddit power user tips to help you master it.
Did you know that Google Docs has its own add-ons? These Google Docs add-ons work regardless of what browser you’re using. Here’s how.
GoogleTel is freeware software that automatically arranges downloaded Google contacts in .html format so you can easily print them. Here’s how to use it.
Sometimes you don’t want to share your Facebook status with all your friends. Here’s how to update your Facebook status with only those specified.