You must have already seen this ad if you visited Digg these days. I came across it several times today while digging around. This ad is distributed by DoubleClick for the Dracula movie “One Missed Call” by Warner Bros. So maybe you can also find it somewhere else. Well yes, some people have the hobby… Continue reading Digg the ad – Macabre
Of course the most popular plugin for protecting WordPress blogs from spamming is Akismet. Yes it is simple to use, famous, and easy to get. But in my opinion, if you’re running an unknown blog like mine, you should discard Akismet and choose a more clever one. Akismet blocks non-spam comments now and again, and… Continue reading Fighting WordPress Spams
I was curious when I received an Email with the subject “Important information about your domain: thinlight.org”. I ordered this domain name from GoDaddy, but they shouldn’t send me emails when there isn’t any changes of the domain. Actually the mail was not from GoDaddy. The content was: Hello, Congratulations on registering the domain: thinlight.org.… Continue reading Who Sold Me to Domain Design Shop?
When I started to use Google Analytics last year, I was in a big LAN. To exclude my own traffic from Google Analytics, I created a filter to exclude a small range of IP addresses. Though it may wrongly filter out some visits of people in the same LAN, it’s tolerable. Today I’m connected to… Continue reading Google Analytics with WordPress – Exclude Your Own Visits
The other day I was stuck when trying to make the background-color of a readonly text input white in Firefox. Today lots of sites are using readonly text inputs to carry out some urls for propagation or some code snippets for embedding in your own pages. For example, every Youtube video has such a input… Continue reading Readonly Text Input Background Color in Firefox