What is a Google Dork?
Google Dorks are nothing but simple search operators that are used to refine our search.
Okay so let’s pretend you’re wanting to search the world wide web for ebooks on the topic of ‘cooking’, most people would search google for “Cooking eBooks” or “eBooks on cooking”, etc. This usually results in clicking link after link to get to a valid download link. Click here to read the entire post.... (826 words, 1 image, estimated 3:18 mins reading time)
Sometimes when you are developing something and you don’t want anyone other than you to see it you need to restrict the access to it. You could just password protect it, which usually takes a few minutes to set up, but there is an alternative – you can just use the DENY setting in the htaccess files.
If you need to deny all access but permit only a certain IPs to the page: Click here to read the entire post.... (352 words, estimated 1:24 mins reading time)
If you are getting the error message
Failed to download a required installation file (http://ak.worldofwarcraft.com.edgesuite.net/wow-pod/installdata/win/wow_enus_web_unencrypted_win.blob). Please check your internet connection and try again.
then simply rename your installation file WoW-5.0.0-Beta-enGB-Installer to World of Warcraft Beta Setup
This works for enus, ruru, engb, dede, frfr, itit, and so on.
Have fun playing the new World of Warcraft : Mist of Pandaria .
Yes, this is the leaked Beta client No, I’m not sharing any info (yet). Hint: Russians! Click here to read the entire post.... (83 words, 4 images, estimated 20 secs reading time)
A guide on how to fix the annoying grey background and center image in Firefox 11
When you need to see an image better you right click and choose View image. Since 2007 we were seeing the image in the top left corner on a white background. Now ever since Firefox 11 that got changed to a centered image with grey layout. Personally I hate that this. Why should I see everything with a grey background (#333 to be exact, it may be seen as black on a non-well calibrated monitor)? Instead they should have placed an option at the Firefox options.
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