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    Script: How to Embed PacMan Google Doodle In Your Own Website

    June 1, 2010
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    If you want to embed PacMan Google Doodle in your own website or a blog than you can easily do that. On May 22 Google Celebrated Pac-Man by showing the Pac-Man doodle on its front page for the 48 hours. There are 6 basic files needed to run the Pac-Man Doodle. 1. There are 2 javascript files (google.js, pacman10-hp.2.js ). 2. Images ( pacman10-hp, pacman10-hp-sprite ). 3. SWF- Pac-Man sound ( pacman10-hp-sound.swf). 4. Last is ...

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    How to Cancel PayPal Billing Agreement or Automatic Renewal

    May 28, 2010
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    Last time we shared how to find recurring pay list in Paypal and now extending this series to stop you getting billed automatically in Paypal. How many times it happened that you have registered a domain name, say from GoDaddy, and a year later you were charged automatically even when you ignore their renewal reminders? Or, you signed up for a monthly subscription for some service and then didn’t find (hidden) option to cancel the ...

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    How to Add Yahoo Chat box Into your Blog : PingBox

    May 14, 2010
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    How many times, you have thought a way that your blog visitor can live chat with you and you can talk to them live, getting their feedback and solving the query. Now, for this you need to be online and I’m talking Yahoo chat box service call Pingbox, which is basically a way to put Yahoo messenger box on your blog, so that readers can see when you are online and they can ping you ...

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    Why My Squeeze Page Converts Better Than Yours

    February 24, 2010
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    Recently, I was testing out a squeeze page and it was converting at a whopping 77%!  I want to go through the dynamics of the page and explain why it did so well. Firstly though, I want to note that when I say “squeeze page” I am referring to the page in which a user is given the choice to opt-in to your subscriber list for a free offer.  Okay, let’s get started. <Image Credit> ...

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    How to install Chrome OS on Xp

    December 9, 2009
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    Hey every Googler out there!, you all might have been hearing a lot about Google Chrome OS since the last month after it’s announcement on the official Google Blog Post. What exactly is Google Chrome OS? According to the official Google Blog, Google Chrome OS is an open source, lightweight operating system mainly developed for netbooks. Here’s a quick demo of Google Chrome OS Even though it’s mainly developed for Netbooks, many folks out there ...

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    How to Configure Window Live Writer for WordPress blogs

    December 5, 2009
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    As a blogger and writer, I love to use tools which will help me to increase my productivity and specially when it comes to writing, I need something which is as good as MS word. I have been using a blog writing tool call Windows Live Writer which is developer from Microsoft and support most of Blogging platform. So far I have found this software to be one of the best Blogging tool for offline ...

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    How to Add addon domain to Dreamhost Webhosting

    November 12, 2009
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    Dreamhost is my favorite shared hosting because of the performance it has given me in last one year. If you have been thinking of buying shared hosting , dreamhost is the way you should go. Login to your cpanel and click on manage domains. There enter your domain URL and assign how your domain should add for prefix www. I selected the second option so that any one type my domain without www will automatically ...

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    An Easy Guide To Make URL Shortener Under Your Domain Name

    October 19, 2009
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    Being online is all about branding, and it doesn’t matter how you do it, but more people see your brand name, more they are likely to remember it. Few months back Harsh talked about su.pr URL shortener from Stumble upon and later on He shared a tutorial on How to configure Su.pr URL shortening service under your domain name. There is no downside of using Su.pr shortening service but using your own URL shortening service under ...

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