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Twitter Introduces its Analytics Feature.

After successfully introducing Twitter Ads, the micro-blogging site has also introduced an Analytics feature coupled with its advertising service to make it convenient for users to assess the performance of their campaign and monitor their tweets.

The Analytics feature can be found on the top bar when a user logs in to the Twitter Ads account. Using the Analytics one can get hold of valuable data about the users and their activity on Twitter.

Analytics for Twitter Ads

Using Analytics one can get information about the number of people who followed and unfollowed the users and the amount of times they were mentioned recently. Furthermore it also provides data about the performance of their recent tweets based on the number of retweets, favorites or replies the tweets have received. read more

Obvious things you should know about Web Hosting.

Looking for some advice about Web Hosting you must have some across many articles suggesting the kind of hosting you need like shared or VPS or even cloud hosting. You also must have read about uptime and the support you should get. However, there are many other things you should know beyond the essential ones when seeking a web hosting service.

Web Hosting faqs

The best way to begin looking for a web hosting service is by analyzing your requirements first and searching for providers that would best meet those needs. There are lots and lots of providers and each provider has different plans to offer. When you know what you want then you can make a budget for it accordingly and get the best service at the prices affordable to you. read more

Statistics – 1024×768 screen resolution highest with StatCounter – make your web site design work well on low resolutions

Note: StatCounter is not fully representative because not all web sites use StatCounter.

Wondering whether you need to make your web designs work well on low display resolutions? Well, in the United States, from June 2011 through to June 2012, 1024×768 still remains the most used display resolution for web sites using StatCounter.

  • 1024 x 768: 16.49%
  • 1366 x 768: 16%
  • 1280 x 800: 13.41%
  • 1440 x 900: 7.15%
  • 1920 x 1080: 6.55%

Worldwide isn’t much different either, with 1024 x 768 display resolution being the second most popular display resolution at 17.38%.

Tips to make your designs work well on lower display resolutions.

Try avoid using too many floats.

Floating too many HTML elements can be a factor of your design looking inconsistent on lower display resolutions. If you need to use floats, have an upper div within the body section of your HTML document and set it as position: absolute so any div within it will float within the constraints of the upper div. read more

PuTTY Utility

PuTTY is a terminal emulator. The client part supports the protocols:

  • SSH
  • Telnet
  • rlogin
  • TCP crude

This is Free Software released under the MIT license. Its main features are:

  • Retains the settings of the hosts and their preferences for future use.
  • Control the encryption key and the version of the SSH protocol.
  • It includes an SFTP client command line called psftp.
  • It includes an SCP client command line called pscp.
  • Allows control of the port translation (port forwarding) on ​​SSH dynamic local and remote.
  • Supports IPv6.
  • Supports encryption 3DES, AES, Arcfour, Blowfish, DES.
  • Supports public key authentication.
  • Supports Telnet, SSH, and rlogin, and RS-232.
  • There is a command line version called Plink.
  • No installation is necessary; simply run the downloaded executable to use.
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    How to redirect all urls to another url through .htaccess?

    If you wish to redirect all the urls from one site to another site’s url, then go through the following rewrite rules in .htaccess files.

    For Example …

    You want to redirect your old blog site http://www.abc.com/blog to new domain http://www.xyz.com/blog. So you have to include the following rules into old blog site’s .htaccess file; means when some one access the url http://www.abc.com/blog/anything  it will be redirected to http://www.xyz.com/anything.

    <IfModule mod_rewrite.c>
    RewriteEngine on
    RewriteCond %{HTTP_HOST} ^abc\com\blog
    RewriteRule ^(.*)$ http://www.abc.com/blog$1 [R=301,L]
    RewriteRule    ^$   http://www.xyz.com/   [L]
    RewriteRule    (.*) http://www.xyz.com/$1 [L]
    </IfModule>
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