Google Chrome would like to make URLs both easier to understand and more secure. They’re proposing changing the whole system, charging it doesn’t work the way it should.
Every web URL ends with something like .com, .net, etc. Those three letters are called Top Level Domains and are important to bring you to where you want to go.
There are many debates about www vs. non-www URL. Find out all the differences here and learn how to add “www” to your domain in WordPress.
Adding a Featured Image to a WordPress post requires you to physically upload the image. What if you want to use an external image as the featured image? Here’s how.
Fancy a faster way to copy a link in the browser? Copy Link Address allows you to simply hover over a link and press “Ctrl + C” to copy the address.
Bookmark a URL doesn’t allow you to add your own notes about that site. If you want to add notes and save webpages at the same time, AnnoPad is a great solution.
A Firefox add-on called Easy Copy offers a quick way to copy multiple web page URLs, along with other details like page title and HTML source.
UrlExt is an online service that combines up to 10 URLs into one short URL and then can automatically open multiple tabs for each URL when clicked.
If you entered a wrong URL in Chrome’s omnibar, it will continue to show up in the suggestion, which can be rather annoying. Here is a quick way to delete a URL from the Chrome omnibar.
Need a QR code? Here is one quick way to generate a QR code with a URL.
If you are taking screenshot of a web page, you will find that in most cases, it will only capture the visible part in the screen. Here is how you can capture screenshot of entire web page, directly in Windows.
With the emergence of micro blogging websites like Twitter, Facebook, MySpace etc – an entire army of URL shortening services have evolved. You have used some of the popular URL shortening services e.g Bit.ly, Tinyurl.com, Goo.gl and so on. All of these services allow you to shorten a long link, so that you can use […]
For those who are using Firefox 4 beta 7, you will notice that the status bar is now gone. In the past, whenever you hover your mouse over a link, the URL will be displayed in the status bar. With the removal of the status bar, the URL is now displayed in the address bar, […]
With so many blogs and websites floating around on my address bar everyday, I find myself sending more and more “shortened” URLs to my friends. Generally the process is a bit of a pain as I have to first I have to copy the URL from the address bar, then I need to go to […]
The Firefox address bar can be put to good use and you can tweak it according to your needs. You can hide the search suggestions, interchange the position of Firefox awesome bar and the address bar and do a lot of creative things from the address bar itself. Here is a list of 5 simple […]