How to Enable Now on Tap with Google Apps for Work Account

One of the great feature that Android 6.0 (Marshmallow) brought to the table was “Now on Tap” which shows you relevant information depending on the content that is showing on the screen at that very moment. Though so said that they do not use it much but personally I found […]

iPhone vs Android – Which one is best for you?

Now we live in an era where using light for internet (LiFi) is not a science fiction anymore. In this fast life of ours, one thing that has become a very critical part of our life is smart phone. Just a few years back, to the general public smart phone […]

5 Ways to Make Default WordPress Comments Better

5 Ways to Make Default WordPress Comments Better

A few weeks back I wrote an article about 7 reasons to avoid Disqus & similar 3rd party commenting system, pointing out all the flaws and problem that you might have to face if you stick with these commenting system and sometime there is even no way of coming back […]

7 Reasons to Avoid Disqus Commenting System

At the time of creating any blog or news based websites most webmasters gives the least amount of importance to the commenting system of their website, without even understanding the importance of it. Eventually comment section of a website is the only place where people interact with the author when […]

The Untold Truth about Unlimited Hosting

If you are a startup or may have some new idea popping into your head, you might be thinking about opening a website for it. Though there are many companies now a days who provide easy to use website builder without worrying about any technical things, but if you want […]

Boost your SEO by 400% with Microdata

When it comes to the SEO of the website most webmaster focuses on having targeted keywords in the title, description and the content of the page, which is a must need thing to do. Also some spend a lot of time and money on building backlink for their website, which […]

10 Tips to Protect WordPress site from Hackers

Back in 2003 when WordPress was developed by Matt Mullenweg it was meant to be an easy to use platform for bloggers to share their thoughts over internet. But the easy to use interface and extreme scalability of the program got attention of a lot of webmasters around the world […]

Does minification violates any licensing policy of website

A few days ago I’ve seen some pointless argument on a forum where some user claimed that any website that uses addon third party scripts (like js files, css files etc.) and does not show up the licensing comments within the files itself is actually violating the licensing policy of […]

How to track AdBlock users in WordPress with Google Analytics

Since the day AdBlocking service has been released it has become the nightmare of all content creators, which is obvious as content creator spend hours on researching things and building up great content. But the problem is not all content creators are good, some of them has no aptitude for […]

No More Secondary Domain for Google Apps or G Suite legacy account

Google is a company which is mostly renowned for its moto “Don’t be evil” but in past few years Google has become very serious about generating money and blocking out all loopholes which tech nerds used to use for getting stuffs for free. If you have an old Google Apps […]

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