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Protecting Your WordPress Admin Panel From Hackers With .htaccess

If you are using WordPress as the platform behind your blog or website you probably know that there have been a lot of security holes, not just in the software itself, but also in the plugins as well. In light of these problems, we'll look at how to prevent hacking attempts by locking down your administration folder.

Bookmarklet Fun: Check Google Analytics for Today [update]

Like anybody that has a website, I love Google Analytics... but it drives me crazy that the default view is for the last 30 days when I really just want to see what has happened today. The only way to check for today is to manually change the date in the report, so I hooked up a bookmarklet to do that for me.

Enable Partial Match AutoComplete in the Firefox Address Bar

Have you ever remembered the name of a page that you viewed recently but couldn't remember the full link? Usually you'd end up searching through your browser history or just end up Googling for it again. So how do we power up the address bar search functionality to make this simpler?

Resize Windows to Specific Dimensions Easily With Sizer

As a website owner I'm constantly checking different browsers at different resolutions to make sure that the site is going to look at least tolerable for everybody. This is especially important for me since I'm really not a very good web designer... so I have to triple check everything.

View the List of Installed Drivers the Easy Way

If you are having issues with your computer it's often necessary to check the versions of drivers that you have installed on your system, especially when the problem is with a display driver, which always seem to have the most issues.

Tabbed Remote Desktop / VNC Client for Windows

Anybody that works in a multiple server environment knows that it can be annoying to have half a dozen remote desktop windows open at any given point. Thankfully there's a slick application called Terminals that gives you tabbed remote desktop capabilities.

Disabling Instant Search in Outlook 2007

I know what you are thinking when you read the title of this article... why on earth would you want to disable Instant Search? It's one of the best new features in Outlook 2007! I agree, but if you are having problems with it you might be curious how to effectively disable it.

Send Email Replies To Another Recipient In Outlook 2007

Have you ever wanted to make sure that a reply goes back to more than one email address? You might want to have somebody automatically reply to your home and personal address, or you might want to make sure your boss is included on replies instead of having to forward the messages to him.

Make the Mouse Pointer Stay Away from What You’re Typing

If your mouse pointer seems to constantly get in the way while you are typing, you aren't alone... you click in the middle of some text and start typing to insert more, but the cursor stays in the way. There's a tiny utility called MouseAway that will solve this problem for you... it's not new, but it still works on Vista.

Save Pages for Later With Reading List Extension for Firefox

I spend an enormous amount of time browsing the web looking for new ideas to write about, so one of the biggest problems for me is tagging articles for more careful reading later. Also, I'm sure any moment I'm going to reach a page that says "You've reached the end of the internet, now go outside".
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