Tumblr, one of the most popular blogging platforms has become ever more popular in the recent years. Tumblr provides a very clean homepage with very easy sign up form. But did you know that you can use this same form for logging in as well?
Most of you are concerned about using a strong password with a mix of letters, numbers and special characters. Passwords are the main key to verification on the internet and one should be very careful while setting it. Researchers at the American University of Beirut, Lebanon are working on a system that would enhance password security that would be concerned with verifying passwords not just by what is typed but also by how it is typed.
Getting a simpler login URL for Wordpress admin is basically helpful if you are working on a Wordpress project for a client who doesn’t know much about Wordpress. A simpler login URL would be much easier to remember. You can change the login URL of Wordpress by simply adding a line to your .htaccess file.
The buzz about the new Twitter has engrossed the Internet. Many Tech blogs have already written about it at their first hand experience. But everyone hasn’t got a chance to use it just yet. But here’s a simple utility that will notify you when your account is ready for the New Twitter.
If you have a wordpress blog, you must have noticed in your admin settings page that you cannot change your login name once it is set. So, you believe that once you get some stereotypical name like Admin(default) you cannot change it later like you MSN or Gmail username. In case of single author blogs, people generally leave the username to default i.e. admin, which everyone can pretty much guess on. Even if you have a multi-author blog, you might need to change the username for other contributing writers for some reasons. You cannot do it via the Admin interface but can do it very easily from PhpMyAdmin.
For many people, blogging is a part of their daily lives. But there are other people too who don’t get into blogging seriously but want to write something off and on. Now you can also blog with just your Twitter account. No sign ups required and all that’s needed are your Twitter credentials. Write4net makes that possible.
You might want to say good morning to all your followers in Twitter as soon as you wake up. Or you’d like to remind your friends of the league matches every weekend. But everytime you may not remember to do these. But do you know that that you can also schedule your tweets to be posted on a precise date and time? Sites like FutureTweets and Twuffer let you easily schedule your tweets.