Pretty Permalinks in ASP.NET WordPress Hosting

This is how to remove “index.php” from your permalinks in ASP.NET Windows WordPress hosting. If you’ve installed WordPress on Windows ASP.NET hosting, you probably have found that there are a few minor differences. One of those differences is permalinks. Because PHP isn’t a standard language for ASP.NET hosting, you need to add a rewrite to […]

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How to Auto-Post Updates to Google+ Page

There is now a way to automatically post to Google+. When Google+ first started almost 2 years ago, there were hardly any tools to help you manage it along with your other social networks like Twitter or Facebook. Scheduling posts or automatically posting your blog’s RSS feed was impossible with Google+. They explicitly made it […]

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WordPress 3.5 Breaks Admin Dashboard Items

I recently updated one of my sites to WordPress to version 3.5 on a site that was running a minimal amount of plugins and a simple Woothemes template. While the site still displayed normally, a lot of admin menus and functionality seemed to be broken: The Visual Editor didn’t display The Add Media button didn’t […]

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Edit and Trim MKV’s Without Re-Encode

Solveig Multimedia just released version 3.0 of their video editing and trim software. The main reason this software is so useful is that it can trim and merge video files without re-encoding which preserves original quality and is WAY faster than encoding. I did a review on version 2.0 of this software. The main features […]

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*UPDATED* Restore Old Gmail Look on New Gmail

4/24/12 – In the last few days, Gmail has forced all users into the new look. I have updated this post with better information. Below are a few methods I have found that will change and restore the new Gmail look to feel more like old Gmail. While they don’t address every annoyance, they major […]

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