After Google unveiled its “plus” social network to combat Facebook, its whole product line got an interface update and my “Google Reader Unread Count in Gmail” Greasemonkey script no longer worked. So it’s time to update it again. Install latest version. Now it seems Google hides Reader link in the “more” drop down. Or at… Continue reading “Google Reader Unread Count in Gmail” Script Again
Gmail is my Firefox home page and is always open as long as Firefox is there. So I wrote this Greasemonkey script to show Google Reader’s unread count in the nav-bar of Gmail. A good place, isn’t it? The script checks for the unread count every 8 minutes. But after you click the “Reader” link,… Continue reading Google Reader Unread Count
A few days back, a friend asked me whether the neighbor post preview plugin can be customized to show the post title in preview. Yes, that’s a wonderful idea. Many WordPress users just use “next post” or “previous post” as the navigation link text instead of the post title. This can save much space and… Continue reading Showing Post Title in Neighbor Post Preview
The theme used in this blog is designed by myself. It’s really simple and light-weight. As requested by Dan, I’m now releasing it for use by all WordPress users. The homepage of the theme. The theme may contain some code specific to my site. If you find any bugs or problems, please leave a comment.
I assume you’re reading this post on its own page (i.e. the permalink). If you’re on the front page, or in an RSS reader, please go to its own page. Above the title of this post, there is the previous/next post navigation bar. Now hover your mouse on the previous post link, but don’t click… Continue reading WordPress Neighbor Post Preview Plugin
First I’d like to thank Ian for mentioning my widget colorer tool on the MyBlogLog Blog. It’s great encouragement for me. And thanks to the great guys who stumbled it. As I discovered, hundreds of visitors came according to Google Analytics, but only less than 15 had a try. A failure? I think so. There… Continue reading MyBlogLog Widget Colorer Got a Widget of Its Own