Category Archive: Technology

Sep
16
2013

WordPress Not Sending E-mails on Shared Host – Troubleshooting Steps

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When your wordpress blog hosted on a shared windows/linux platforms, you might encounter issues with wordpress auto generated E-mails. Some of the example scenarios when no e-mail notifications would trigger: During new user registration Password recovery Comments Moderation   I am explaining 2 simple checkpoints to troubleshoot and fix these issues. These steps mainly apply …

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Sep
14
2013

How to Password Protect and Encrypt your External Hard Disk/USB Drives

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As number of external Hard Disk and USB Flash drives at our household keeps increasing, it is important to pay attention to the security of our digital storage devices. Windows7 offers a handy utility to password protect and encrypt your External hard Drives and USB Flash Drives.   Here are some simple steps to password …

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Sep
03
2013

Articulate Storyline HTML5 Performance on iPad – An Accidental Discovery

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Articulate Storyline HTML5 courses generally known for their slower performance on mobile browsers. With the heavier multimedia the mobile browser could be unstable and frequently crash. Articulate support team claims this is due to HTML5 inherent limitations. But in my previous articles i have done some in-depth analysis about storyline’s HTML5 performance while comparing with …

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Aug
31
2013

Challenges with Deploying Orchard CMS on Shared Hosting

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The web is still dominated by the old pal PHP. The widely adopted content management and blog engines such as wordpress, drupal, joomla and so many other matured platforms today powered by PHP. But it doesn’t mean microsoft lovers left alone. I wanted to add an CMS into my website and i wanted to go …

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Aug
21
2013

How to remove corrupt Windows7 Applications/Programs

Microsoft Windows¬†– ¬†The whole world depends on it every day. Some love it some hate it but it is a ‘familiar ghost’ for all and we are not afraid of facing any troubles with it. I am trying to take one trouble off your list through this post. We install or remove a lot of …

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