Flash videos can some time be very annoying. They eat up your bandwidth unknowingly, but if you are using Google Chrome, you can always avoid them eating up your bandwidth. While there are Google Chrome Apps and extensions available for this purpose like chrome flashblock, but you can do it without actually installing any other add on for this purpose. You can selectively block flash plugins and other plugins in Google Chrome. The process is very simple to follow and will save 100s of MB from your bandwidth if you are a regular YouTube video viewer.
Open Google Chrome browser and type in – chrome://settings
Click on “Content Settings”
Select “Click to play” under Plugins, and save your changes by clicking “Done”.
Next time when you will open some website containing flash content or any other plugin content it will ask you before playing video. So, now you will have control on when to play video, so that videos won’t start automatically.
Getting more people to visit your blog is quite attainable but making them a regular visitor of your platter might not seem that easy. For that you need to play the trick, you need to lure them.
The underlying idea is simple you reward your visitor with something when he comes, and if the reward seems to be interesting enough he’s bound to bounce back for more. Now it comes to the rewards and I am pretty sure there are hundreds of options, including party casino and other goodies.
The installation is fairly simple on most of the platforms including Blogger and WordPress. after installation a “Rewards” tabs appear in your blog which when clicked by the user opens up a dialog offering the rewards.
You choose where to keep that button and you choose your own rewards.
Choose or make your rewards, set the number of points needed and you’re done!
You can also offer a one-time give away offer to your readers.
The last step is copying the generated code snippet and pasting it in the HTML mode of your blog post.
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With this post we bring to you an excellent new Chrome extension that will help you browse the world more easily. However keyboard shortcuts make your tasks much easier but mouse gestures simplifies then ever better. This extension enables “Mouse Gestures” and then you can simply browse through your stuff without even having to lift your hand. All thanks to Smooth Gestures.
Smooth Gestures heightens your chrome experience. The extension comes with some predefined gestures that can be edited as well. you can even add your own custom extensions. All you need to do is install this extension from here and tada!
After viewing the list you can edit and add options of your choice.To perform a gesture just hold your right mouse button and move your mouse along the pattern. You can reload a webpage, open new tab, go back, go forward, open a new window and many other functions through gestures.
There might have bee times when you want to read books in your Kindle library without your actual Kindle device. Here is an alternative for you if you use Google Chrome, Firefox or Safari with a web service called Kindle Cloud Reader.
Kindle Cloud Reader is a free developed by Amazon itself that gives you access to your Kindle Library online.Currently the app works with Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Apple Safari and iPad devices, You can also download your books for offline reading and add new books to your library. That way you can always enjoy your books even if the internet goes out.
The site gives you the experience of your Kindle right through your web browser. it gives you option to shop and search for new titles just like you would have done your Kindle device. The service is simple to use also works on iPad devices.
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