If you have a WordPress site and use Google Chrome, here is a quick way to check your site stats without having to visit the site itself.
Today Mozilla Labs has released a new experimental add-on for Firefox, called Rainbow, which will enable video and audio recording in the browser. The recorded media will be in an open-source format. Theora for video and Vorbis for audio in an Ogg contanier. The file can then be accessed in DOM using HTML5 […]
Breadcrumb navigation shows the visitor’s of a website path to their current location. This type of navigation also provides users with a quick way to access any page they have already navigated through on a site. But if Breadcrumb navigation is not implemented on a site you are visiting, you can still […]
Google Chrome does not have an inbuilt feature for RSS subscription, but here are two extension that does an excellent job at that. Chrome Reader Chrome Reader allows you to Subscribe RSS and Atom feeds in Google Reader directly from the Omnibar. It auto-detects feed on a page and will display an RSS […]
Opera announced that version 11 of Opera browser will support extensions. It means Opera’s desktop browser will get the ability to be customized by users via extensions just like Chrome and Firefox. Opera 11 Alpha will be available soon at http://www.opera.com/browser/next/ Additional information about Opera 11 extension support: What are Opera […]
Wouldn’t you like a single application that can backup and restore all browsers installed on your computer, instead of having to do them manually or using individual application for each browser? Then that’s exactly what FavBackup does. It can backup/restore your profile, settings, bookmarks, passwords, and more for Google Chrome, Internet Explorer, Mozilla […]
An image cannot be set as a desktop wallpaper directly from Google Chrome. This is a feature that’s available on most of the modern browsers such as Internet Explorer, Firefox and Opera but surprisingly it is missing from Google Chrome. Thank’s to an extension you can now have this ability in Google Chrome too. […]