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How do I fire an event when a iframe has finished loading in jQuery?

I have a strang requirement when I am working for the Sharepoint OOTB model Popup . My Client wants to Hide default ribbons for the list. So I thought about directly applying the css or jquery to hide that ribbon… Continue Reading →

Basic Sitemap – Generate sitemap of WordPress, Blogger and Tumblr Blogs

Sitemaps are considered as the simplest and easy way for webmasters to inform search engines about pages or content on their sites. Making sitemaps can be complex but most times bloggers usually need only a basic sitemap generator. Basic Sitemap… Continue Reading →

Auto Refresh Chrome Webpages with Auto Refresh Plus

Posted: 12 Jun 2013 09:26 AM PDT There are times when we need to constantly refresh a particular webpage just because that webpage is not loading or we want to see new content in that page. Hitting the Refresh button or… Continue Reading →

Enable Two- Step Authentication for Twitter

Posted: 23 May 2013 08:45 AM PDT Today, Twitter has rolled out an update that allows users to add a phone number to the account. The idea is simple. Every time a users signs-in there is added code that is… Continue Reading →

82 Useful keyboard shortcuts for Firefox

Table of Contents: Address Bar Search Bar Navigation Inside Webpages Search Bookmarks Firefox Features Firefox Windows Forms The Rest 1. Address Bar alt+d or ctrl+l Jump to address bar ctrl+enter Complete a .com address in address bar: adds "http" prefix and ".com"… Continue Reading →

Yahoo’s Big Day: Buys Tumblr and offers 1 TB space with Flickr

Yahoo has just capped off a very significant day for themselves. Firstly they have announced the acquisition of the blogging platform Tumblr. In the second announcement, Flickr has now rolled out 1 Terabyte free storage for all users. This is a big… Continue Reading →

Fwd: [Devils Workshop] “5 Fun USB accessories that will transform your workspace”

Office life rarely comes with any included amenities, but that doesn’t mean you have to live with a drab and depressing work space. Our computers can also be used as a source of power for some very handy and fun… Continue Reading →

Add the icon (DocIcon) of the file-type to a custom xsl-template when using the ContentByQueryWebPart (CQWP)

by Eric Bartels In one of my current projects it was required to show the recent documents inside the site collection along with its associated icon. Of course our friend theContentByQueryWebPart (CQWP) comes in. But how do I get the icon of… Continue Reading →

The Mac Freebie bundle lets you download 8 paid Mac apps for free

Mac software is generally pricey, especially for Windows converts like me. Thankfully, there are app bundles which let you buy software at bulk and get discount. Sometimes you can get lucky and could get an app bundle totally for free… Continue Reading →

R.I.P Aaron Swartz (Co-Author of RSS 1.0)

The world of tech has lost a great mind today. Aaron Swartz was a coder, geek and an internet activist. At the age of 14 he helped co-authored RSS 1.0 specification. He also founded a company which was later acquired by Reddit…. Continue Reading →

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