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Server Side Includes (SSI)

August 30th, 2007 Comments off

Server Side Include can be used to allow insertion of an HTML into another. e.g. header or footer can be separated from pages so you only have to change a single file to update the header/footer on all pages of your site. Read more…

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Reduce Firefox Memory Usage

August 30th, 2007 Comments off
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Drag and drop an iTunes playlist’s songs into a folder

August 30th, 2007 Comments off

from Lifehacker:

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Regarding transferring songs out of iTunes, readers point out that you can select, drag and drop songs from iTunes to a Windows Explorer or Mac Finder window to copy them to a destination folder, a much easier method than Friday’s iTunes Export tack. However, the drag and drop method does NOT create an M3U playlist like iTunes Export does. Also, when I tested drag and drop on an extra large playlist (over a thousand songs), it refused to do a thing. For shorter lists it worked like a charm. Thanks, ‘hackers!

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Firefox Tip: Jump to Site Subpages with Ctrl+Enter

August 30th, 2007 Comments off

from Lifehacker:

You already know you can use Ctrl+Enter to avoid typing http://www or .com when entering URLs in the Firefox address bar. Along those same lines, you can even go to a web site’s subpages without typing the protocol or top level domain. Try it: type apple/trailers into the Firefox address bar and press Ctrl+Enter (Cmd+Enter for Mac users). Her Foxiness will fill in the http://www and .com in all the right places and zip you right along to Apple’s Trailers section of the site. Same works for lifehacker/software/downloads, too. Nifty!

You can also use shift+enter in a similar way – wraps “www.” and “.net” around whatever you type.

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