Enable Google App In Your Mobile Mail Settings

To configure the ‘Email’ app on an Android device for access to Google Apps email, just follow the steps below:

  1. Enable IMAP in your Mail settings.
  2. On your phone, press < Home >, then open the Email application.
  3. On the ‘Your accounts’ page, select Next to get started with setup.
  4. Enter your full Google Apps email address and password, then select Next.
  5. Select IMAP account and then select Next.
  6. On the ‘Incoming server settings’ page, some fields may be pre-populated. Make sure to change the following:

  7. For ‘Username,’ enter your full Google Apps email address
  8. For ‘IMAP server,’ enter ‘imap.gmail.com’
  9. For ‘Port,’ enter ‘993’
  10. For ‘Security type,’ select ‘SSL (always)”
  11. Select Next.
  12. On the ‘Outgoing server settings’ page, some fields may be pre-populated. Make sure to change the following:

  13. For ‘SMTP server’ enter ‘smtp.gmail.com’
  14. For ‘Port,’ enter ‘465’
  15. For ‘Security type,’ select ‘SSL (always)”
  16. Select Next and continue through the setup options.

You can verify your settings from the Inbox view by tapping < Menu > > Account settings.

Incoming settings
IMAP server: imap.gmail.com
Port: 993
Security type: SSL (always)

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Categories vs Tags – SEO Best Practices for Sorting your Content

One of the most discussed topics we see when attending WordCamps and other events is what’s better for SEO: categories vs tags? What’s the difference between categories and tags? What’s the optimal number of WordPress categories? How many is too many? Is it okay to assign one post in multiple categories? Is there a limit of tags we can assign to each post? Do tags work like meta keywords? Are there any SEO advantage of using categories over tags or vice versa? We’ve seen quite a few commentaries on this subject through out the web, but we found that they were inconsistent and incomplete. If you ever had these questions, then hopefully they will be answered once you are done reading this post, so you can make adjustments to your blog if necessary.

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CSS Browser Selector- Clever technique to help you on CSS hacks.

CSS Browser Selector is a very small javascript with just one line which empower CSS selectors. It gives you the ability to write specific CSS code for each operating system and each browser.


The color of box can change on different os/browsers:

  • Internet Explorer – yellow
  • Internet Explorer 7 – orange
  • Gecko Engine on Windows (Firefox, Mozilla, Camino) – red
  • Gecko Engine on Linux (Firefox, Mozilla, Camino) – pink
  • Gecko Engine on Other OS (Firefox, Mozilla, Camino) – gray
  • Opera – green
  • Konqueror – blue
  • Safari – black
  • Chrome – cyan

Source of this example:

git clone git://github.com/rafaelp/css_browser_selector.git


1. Copy and paste the line below, inside and tag

<script src=”css_browser_selector.js” type=”text/javascript”></script>

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How the Domain Names are Hijacked?

No! This is not an article to help or encourage anyone trying to hijack a domain. Rather, this is like an eye-opener and a wake-up call for all those ignorant web-masters to secure their website domains.

From Wiki: Domain hijacking or domain theft is the process by which registration of a currently registered domain name is transferred without the permission of its original registrant, generally by exploiting a vulnerability in the domain name registration system.

Any website consists of 2 parts – a Domain Name System (or DNS) and a web-hosting server (where files reside). What this means is, in reality domain name and web server are 2 completely different entities and are integrated together before the website goes live.

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2 Easy Steps To Find Facebook Page ID

Many Facebook Applications need Facebook Page ID and Profile ID now-a-days. If you are using a custom username for your Facebook profile or page, then unique profile ID will not appear. You can enter custom username where profile ID may be required. Facebook Like Box and some other plugins require this unique ID.

Below I mentioned two easy and simple steps to find the Facebook Profile or Page ID. In this tutorial, I have used Mozilla Firefox and it is recommended!


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