Showing posts with label Google. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Google. Show all posts

Monday, 6 January 2014

Launching Our Google PageRank Checker

2013 was a great year for me. In December, I created Google PageRank checker for our new website. From this tool, you can check Google PageRank of your website with one click. No captcha or anything. Just write the URL of your website and click on Check PageRank button.

Why Try Our PageRank Checker?

I'm not Bill Gates or anything, but my tool still worth your time. It works just like any other PageRank tool. Plus, you don't need to write any captcha codes or anything. You can also embed the PR Checker on your website or add the PageRank Badge to your Blogger or website.

Embed Our PageRank Checker To Your Blog:

Just add following code to your blog:

<h2>Google PageRank Checker:</h2>
<form name="pr" action="" method="post">
<input type="text" value=""  name="www" />
<input type="submit" value="Check PageRank" />

Visit our Google PageRank Checker at this link. Don't forget to give us your feedback in the comments.

Thursday, 31 October 2013

Google: How Fast Is Our Hummingbird

15 years have past since Google Search first appeared on the stage. Back in 1998 the searching process was far from perfection:  the huge machine called computer is on, the user type in keywords into the search system and the system manages to find several websites with the required information. Now it sounds funny, but at that time it was a miracle!

The whole process and the devices have changed since 1998. It is so easy to find billions of websites with one click on a tiny device in your pocket. Search systems are powerful, quick and very convenient. You can even ask the question in a loud voice and your inquiry will be satisfied. What else can be done here? Are there possible improvements? Google proves that there is always space for making changes and striving for better result.

New search algorithm from Google has got a beautiful name of a small but smart bird – the Hummingbird. It was presented on the press-conference dedicated to the 15th anniversary of Google.   The name for the new offspring was chosen in order to emphasize the accuracy and high speed of its work. The company said that changes in the search engine had been made a month ago and covered 90% of search queries, but the notification on the transition to the new search algorithm Hummingbird was decided to give on the 15th anniversary of Google. The press conference took place in the garage, where 15 years ago Sergey Brin and Larry Page had started a glorious history of  the search giant.

Amit Singhal, the head of Google's core ranking team, says that the current updated search algorithm is perhaps the most radical since 2001, the year he began to work in the company. Last major update search engine Caffeine was aimed primarily at increasing the speed of information indexing rather than the processing of the collected information. Hummingbird handles requests not only for keywords, but also according to their meaning. Thanks to this function, the inquiries made by users can be longer and more complex.

As the nature of inquiries has changed recently, the need to improve search algorithm appears. Earlier search inquiries were made in the form of short phrases with a large number of keywords. Today a user can make up search inquiries with the help of colloquial phrases, sometimes quite long and complex. The second reason, which made ​​it necessary to use a new search algorithm is the development of voice search. The time offers new standards, gadgets and approaches for search systems, that is why now is the right time for changes.

Tamar Yehoshua, vice president of the research department, demonstrated the abilities of new search algorithm to understand the associated inquiries. She offers Google to open photos of the Eiffel Tower, and immediately afterwards, without specifying what exactly she is talking about, asks questions: "What is its height?", "When was it built?", "Show me the photos of the building process". Next she presented the way voice search Google works offering to find information about the Impressionist painters.

Unfortunately, there is no way to compare the results of search system efficiency "before" and "after" the introduction of the new search algorithm. However, Google gives a few examples. For instance, request «acid reflux prescription» (acid reflux recipe) used to offer a list of medications that may be useless for users who sought for general information on the treatment and general information about the necessity to take medicine. The new algorithm offers the article containing this exact information.

Is it possible that the new search algorithm from Google made the search system worse? Hummingbird creators are sure that is unlikely, saying that they can’t approve that search system is better now, still, there are no evidences of dissatisfaction on the part of users. As everybody knows, people complain when they notice errors but they rarely see improvements.

Time will show how fast and smart Hummingbird is. A month after its start new algorithm justifies our hopes.

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Sunday, 2 June 2013

Adding Google Custom Search Engine To Blogger

Every website and blog must have a search bar to make it easy for visitors to search something. Even our site has a small, but stylish search bar in top. It's a must have stuff for all bloggers and webmasters. You can try it, and you'll find out that our search bar is linked with Google's custom search engine.

Replacing your boring search engine with a custom Google search engine is an awesome idea. You can also turn your old search to Google CSE, but we'll discuss that stuff later. Plus, you can also earn money with your Google CSE, but we'll also discuss it later.

It's time for you to learn how to create your own custom Google search engine, which is 100% embeddable and customization. As I noted before, you can check a live demo in our blog's right top bar, or by clicking here.

Creating A Google CSE:

Creating your own Google custom search engine is quite easy, you just need to type some basic information about your search preference and that's it. Here we go:

  • Click on Add button and a form will appear

Now it's time to fill a simple form, with one on text field, and other options. As you can see in below picture, steps are just too easy.

  • In first field, enter your blog/site's URL, you can enter more than one URLs (one URL per field)
  • In second option, choose your preferred language (English if you're using Adsense)
  • In third field, you can edit your search engine's name, which is optional and is only visible to you
  • Finally, click on that Create button to finish your setup

Yea!! We're almost done with this section of this post. After clicking on Create button, following page will appear:

  • Just click on Get code to get your CSE's code. Also that Google Bot looks freakin' awesome!!

As you can see in above image, just copy that highlighted code, cuz we'll add that code in your blog. You can try different types of Google CSE forms and style by customizing it. Time for next step!

Adding Google CSE To Blogger:

Now you can add that Google CSE code to wherever you wanna display your search engine. You can also try it on a html document. But we'll add it to our blog. Here you go:

  • Go To Blogger> Layout > Add A Gadget > HTML/JavaScript
  • Paste your Google CSE form and save your widget.
That's IT


Now you can also customize this widget. There are two ways to customize it, first one is by Google CSE's option, and second way is with some CSS and HTML. In this post, we'll only discuss about first method.

Visit Google CSE > Select your custom search engine > Click on Look and feel option in right sidebar
Now in look and feel tab, you'll see lots of option to customize your search engine, like Layout, themes, customize, and thumbnails, as you see in below images.

You can try to customize your search with every option, without using any CSS. It's pretty simple. Also, don't forget to experiment with layout option, as it's a very great way to customize your search's layout. More tutorials and article about Google CSE are coming soon :)

Tuesday, 9 April 2013

5 Reasons To Choose Blogger As Your Blogging Platform

On August 23, 1999, Blogger was launched by Pyra Labs. As one of the earliest dedicated blog-publishing tools, it is credited for helping popularize the format. In February 2003, Pyra Labs was acquired by Google under undisclosed terms.

Before starting a blog, it's a hard decision to choose your blogging platform. I'm hosting all of my blogs on Blogger, and soon I'll shift WWE Fans Nation to WordPress. Don't worry because this blog is not going anywhere.

Every blogging platform is good, but it depends on your blogging style, topic, and limits. For example, Blogger is not a really good choice for a php developer. Here are top 5 reasons to pick Blogger as your blogging platform:

It's Free:

Blogger is 100% free to use. You don't need any type of hosting, image hosting, video hosting, server, or any other service to use Blogger. You can use with your blog for free. They don't charge any type of fee for this. Also, you can use AdSense and all other services to make some money with your free blog. When I started blogging, One of the reasons why I chose Blogger was this. You can create up-to 100 blogs from your account.

Easy To Use:

Blogger is way too much easy for, even for newbies bloggers. It's very easy to run a blog on Blogger without anyone's help. It takes less than one minut to setup your Blogger account and blogs, while it takes a lot of time for newbies to setup a WordPress account. Previously, a knowledge of such technologies as HTML and FTP had been required to publish content on the Web.

Safe And Secure:

I never heard of a Google account getting hacked. That's right, it's impossible to hack a Blogger/Google account, unless a user knows your password. If you are a blogger, then you will know about Labnol and Amit Agarwal, the first professional blogger from India. Amit's blog is hosted on WordPress. On June 30 2012, Amit's blog got hacked. Here is what Amit had to say about the hacking -

I have been mostly offline for the last two weeks, trying to spend as much time with him as possible, and then another unfortunate event happened. Someone managed to hack into my websites during this time. I did try cleaning up but, because of reasons now known to you, it was impossible for me to focus on the website.

On July 1st, the hacker stepped on the gas and deleted every single file /website that was hosted on my web server. I do not know how this happened and I may have lost some of my previous work but there’s a good side to the story – this fellow was kind enough to spare my databases and hence the main site is at least up and running now.

This is a difficult period but am hopeful that things will be normal soon. Thank you for all the support and I will see you online in the coming weeks.

Easy To Customize:

Without any doubts, Blogger is the easiest blogger platform when it comes to customization. Although it has some limits, but it's too easy to customize. Anyone with a HTML and CSS knowledge can customize their blog and template. Unlike Blogger, WordPress is based on php, which is really hard to customize.

A Google Product:

As I noted above that in 2003, Blogger was acquired by Google. Google provides best service and support to their users. You'll also get unlimited image hosting from Picasa. Google provides all latest SEO and advance blog services to their customers. Even I chose Blogger because of this reason.

Hope this will help you. Also, don't forget to write your review in the comment section below.

Tuesday, 2 April 2013

How To Create A Google Chrome Extension

Google chrome extensions looks so hard to create but they're not. If you've ever built a web page, you should feel right at home with extensions pretty quickly. You can create a extension with basic HTML/CSS/JavaScript knowledge. You don't need be an expert for this tutorial.

In this tutorial, I'll discus about create a full chrome extension, from it's beginning to end. I'll also explain every single file of our extension.

Files We Need:

In this whole process, we need five files, which are following:

  • manifest.json: JSON-formatted table of contents, containing properties like your extension's name and description, its version number, and so on.
  • popup.html: This will be stuff inside the popup window.
  • popup.js: This one is optional. In this file we'll store all of our JavaScript, if you're using.
  • icon.png: This will be displayed next to the Omnibox, waiting for user interaction.
  • logo.png: This will be displayed in your chrome's extension tab as extension logo.

Create a new folder on your desktop. We'll use this folder to save our files. Time to explain each file:


This will be containing properties like your extension's name and description, its version number, and all. This file will declare to Chrome what our extension is going to do. Here is our manifest.json file (You can create this on notepad just like html files):

  "manifest_version": 2,

  "name": "BWidgets",
  "description": "Making Blogging Better.",
  "version": "1.0",
  "icons": { "128": "logo.png" },
  "homepage_url": "",

  "browser_action": {
    "default_icon": "icon.png",
    "default_popup": "popup.html"

The first line of above code declares that we're using version 2 of the manifest file format. Version 1 is old and not that awesome, according to Google.

The next block defines the extension's name, description, version, icon, and homepage url. This will be used in both Chrome browser and Chrome webstore.

Final block is pointing to two files, which are our extension's icon and popup window. icon.png will be displayed next to the Omnibox. It's just a 19px-square PNG file. popup.html will be stuff inside our extension, which is basically some HTML and CSS.


This will be stuff inside the popup window. We're going to put all of our CSS and HTML into this file. Below is basic mark-up of this file:

<!doctype html>
      body {
        min-width: 357px;
        overflow-x: hidden;

Add Your CSS Here


    <script src="popup.js"></script>

Add Your HTML Here


As shown above, in our HTML file, we are going to put all of our CSS styling between <style> ... </style> tags.

JavaScript and HTML must be in separate files. So, instead of adding JavaScript directly, we'll point to our .js file. This step is option, only if you're using JavaScript.

Last but not the least, we'll add all of our crappy HTML code between <body> ... </body> tags. Now just save this file with your manifest.json file.


As note above, JavaScript and HTML must be in separate files. So we pointed this file on our popup.html file. You can add your JavaScript in this file, if you're using. If you're not using JavaScript in this file, then we don't need this.


This will be displayed next to the Omnibox, waiting for user interaction. It's just a 19px-square PNG file. You can easily create this with Photoshop or Gimp.


This will be displayed in your chrome's extension tab as extension logo. This will be a 128x128 PNG file, because we added this size on your manifest.json file.

Put all of these five files in a folder. Let's just name is "Hardeep Asrani is great." Now it's time for us to see this this extension in action.

Load The Extension:

Chrome Web Store extensions are packaged up as .crx files, which is great for distribution, but not so great for development. Chrome gives us a quick action to load our extension for testing.

  • Click on Google Chrome Menu > Setting > Extension
  • Ensure that the Developer Mode checkbox in the top right-hand corner is checked.
  • Click Load unpacked extension… to pop up a file-selection dialog.
  • Navigate to the directory in which your extension files live, and select it.

If the extension is valid, it'll be loaded up and active right away! If it's invalid, an error message will be displayed at the top of the page. Correct the error, and try again.

Pack The Extension:

You can also pack your extension as .crx file, by using following simple steps:

  • Click on Google Chrome Menu > Setting > Extension
  • Ensure that the Developer Mode checkbox in the top right-hand corner is checked.
  • Click Load pack extension… to pop up a file-selection dialog.
  • Navigate to the directory in which your extension files live, and select it.

You'll get a .crx file of your extension.

What's Next?

Hope this tutorial helped you. Now, you can publish your extension to Chrome Web Store by clicking here. Publishing your extension is free, but you have to pay a one time $5 developer fee. Don't forget to leave your comments.

Thursday, 14 February 2013

Improve Your Google PageRank

Earlier this week, I posted about Google PageRank at this link. Now, I'll tell you several ways to improve your site's Google PageRank. Your website's PageRank depends upon quality backlinks you get for your website and total count of your website pages.

1.Write Quality Content:

Everybody likes to share some good content. Create content that users want and will share with others, which will get you bunch of backlinks from other sites. Don't forget to give me a backlink from this point.

2.Guest Blogging Is A Great Move:

Seriously, guest blogging is a great way to backlink you site from an another blog or site. Also, don't forget to submit your articles to various web directories and forums. Good content never goes waste. You can also submit a guest post for our blog at this link.

3.Publicize Your Site Everywhere:

Add your site’s URL, e.g., into your content. Never miss a change to show off, e.g., newsletter, business cards, email signatures, press releases and more.

4.Get Backlinks From High-Quality Websites:

Ask "high-quality" websites to give a backlink on their blog. It'll improve your PageRank for sure. If your site links to delisted websites, your website might also be removed from Google’s index. Always check site's reputation before asking for a backlink.

5.Check Site's Reputation Before You Link Back:

If you receive a request for a link, check the site's reputation before giving them a backlink on your site. Also, always use 'rel=nofollow' attribute to link back to delisted or low-quality website.

6.Provide RSS Feed:

RSS (Really Simple Syndication) makes it easy for other sites to distribute your headlines and content, your RSS feed will be indexed by popular Blog search engines, including BlogSearch, and Bloglines.

7.Keep It Up:

If your site is dead for an extended period, Google may reduce the ranking of your site. Allow your visitors to submit guest posts for new articles.

8.Make Use Of rel=nofollow:

rel=nofollow attribution tell search engines "Don't follow links on this page" or "Don't follow this specific link." This means that Google does not transfer PageRank or anchor text across these links.

Here are some cases in which you might want to consider using nofollow:
  • Untrusted content: Most importantly, always use nofollow for example, untrusted user comments or guestbook entries — you should nofollow those links. Which will keep spammers away from your site.

  • Paid links: In order to prevent paid links from influencing search results and negatively impacting users, make use of nofollow.

  • Crawl prioritization: Search engine robots can't sign in or register as a member on your forum, so there's no reason to invite Googlebot to follow "register here" or "sign in" links.

9.Give Away:

Enable others to copy, distribute, and make use of your articles and content, as long as they give your site credit. Also, write newsletter to remind your visitors about your site. Create an embed-able widget of your site for your users.

10.Never Try To Cheat Google:

If Google suspects that you are trying to deceive it web crawler and thus its users by including hidden text, misleading or repeated words, pages that don’t match your sites description, deceptive redirects, duplicate site or pages, or other disingenuous tactics, then Google may delist your site from its index.

Sunday, 10 February 2013

What Is Google PageRank And Why Should I Use It?

What Is Google PageRank?

Google PageRank is a link analysis algorithm, named after Larry Page and used by Google Search. Your website's PageRank depends upon quality backlinks you get for your website and total count of your website pages.

The Google Toolbar's PageRank feature displays a visited page's PageRank as a whole number between 0 and 10. The most popular websites have a PageRank of 10. The least have a PageRank of 0.

Courtesy of Wikipedia, here is an example image of how Google PageRank works:

Mathematical PageRanks for a simple network, expressed as percentages. (Google uses a logarithmic scale.) Page C has a higher PageRank than Page E, even though there are fewer links to C; the one link to C comes from an important page and hence is of high value. If web surfers who start on a random page have an 85% likelihood of choosing a random link from the page they are currently visiting, and a 15% likelihood of jumping to a page chosen at random from the entire web, they will reach Page E 8.1% of the time. (The 15% likelihood of jumping to an arbitrary page corresponds to a damping factor of 85%.) Without damping, all web surfers would eventually end up on Pages A, B, or C, and all other pages would have PageRank zero. In the presence of damping, Page A effectively links to all pages in the web, even though it has no outgoing links of its own.

Why Should I Use It?

Google PageRank is a great way to know about, which type of sites give you a backlink. The higher a page is ranked, the better it will perform in organic search results.

If you want to generate income from search engine marketing such as paid links, pay per click or banner ads, how much you will get will largely depend on your page rank. The higher your page rank is, the higher your advertisers will pay you.

PageRank is updated every 3-6 months at Google's discretion, and therefore should not be used as a definitive way to judge the trust of a website; it only gives us an idea of the website's authority and link power based on Google's algorithm.

How To Check PageRank?

There are lots of sites, where you can check your site's PageRank. We recommend you to use In this article, we effected Wikipedia and PRChecker's PageRank, by giving them a backlink.

You can also embed your site's PageRank on your site by using following code:

<a href="" title="PageRank Checker"><img src=""/></a>

In above code, replace with your site's url. Don't forget to leave a comment.

Saturday, 19 January 2013

Blogger File Hosting Solution

Unlike WordPress, Blogger doesn't provides file hosting. You can only upload images on your blog via Picasa. Every blog owner needs some kind of file hosting to host their scripts, projects, documents and all. In this post, I'll discuss upload several sites, which provides free file hosting. All sites are powered by Google.

Picasa: Picasa is Google's official image hosting website, where you can host all your images. It's totally free and it works via Blogger's image uploader. Your blog's all images are hosted in Picasa.

YouTube: YouTube is Google's video hosting website also world's #1 video hosting website. You upload and embed your videos on your blog via YouTube. It's a great way to promote your blog with your videos. It's totally free, and you can also earn some money via YouTube.

Google Code: Google Code is best place for all developers. You can host your js, css, html, swf, zip, images, txt and bunch of more files formats on Google Code. Google Code is also totally free and it provides 4GB space. You can learn about hosting your files on Google Code on our site.

Google Sites: Google Sites is a free and easy way to create and share webpages. You can also hosts your files on Google Sites. It supports css, js, zip, swf, images and bunch more files formats. It provides 100MBs of free storage per site. You can create unlimited sites on Google Sites. Best part of Google Sites is that you can use your custom domain.

Google Drive: Google Drive is a file storage and synchronization service by Google. Google Drive gives all users 5 GB of cloud storage to start with. A user can get additional storage, which is shared between Picasa and Google Drive, from 25 GB up to 16 TB through a paid monthly subscription plan. It supports images, videos, html, js, css and more. You can learn more about Google Drive's supported file formats at this link.

Tuesday, 1 January 2013

Using Google Web Fonts In Blogger

Every blog needs some perfect fonts to match their content. There are lots of websites where you can get some free and paid fonts, but Google Web Fonts are totally free to use and it's hosted in Google's Server. From this tutorial you'll learn how to use these fonts on your blog, website or anywhere.

Here We Go

First go to Google Web Fonts and select your favorite style by clicking 'Quick Use.'

Now scroll down a bit and you will see a link tag code , copy this code and also copy #2 text (Web Font Family Name) as shown in image below:

Now Go To Blogger > Template > Edit HTML and paste Font Style Sheet just below <head>:

Now search and add the CSS to use this font, just before the ]]></b:skin> tag :

h1 {
font-family: WEB-FONT-NAME ;

Replace WEB-FONT-NAME with your web font name which we copied earlier. In this font our web font name is 'Freckle Face', cursive. So make this code like:

h1 {
font-family: 'Freckle Face', cursive;

Saturday, 22 December 2012

Top 10 Google Search Trends Of 2012

It's December and 2012 has come to an end. So i wanted to post top 10 Google Search Trends/Terms. You can get all latest Google Trends of 2012 on Zeitgeist 2012.

Here are top ten terms of 2012 in all categories:


  1. Whitney Houston
  2. Gangnam Style
  3. Hurricane Sandy
  4. iPad 3
  5. Diablo 3
  6. Kate Middleton
  7. Olympics 2012
  8. Amanda Todd
  9. Michael Clarke Duncan
  10. BBB12


  1. One Direction
  2. Selena Gomez
  3. iPhone 5
  4. Megan Fox
  5. Rihanna
  6. Justin Bieber
  7. Harry Styles
  8. Minecraft
  9. Nicki Minaj
  10. Katy Perry


  1. Jeremy Lin
  2. Michael Phelps
  3. Peyton Manning
  4. McKayla Maroney
  5. Junior Seau
  6. Sarah Burke
  7. Tom Daley
  8. Lance Armstrong
  9. Mario Balotelli
  10. Ryan Lochte


  1. Hurricane Sandy
  2. Kate Middleton Pictures Released
  3. Olympics 2012
  4. SOPA Debate
  5. Costa Concordia crash
  6. Presidential Debate
  7. Stratosphere Jump
  8. Penn State Scandal
  9. Trayvon Martin shooting
  10. Pussy Riots


  1. Whitney Houston
  2. Kate Middleton
  3. Amanda Todd
  4. Michael Clarke Duncan
  5. One Direction
  6. Felix Baumgartner
  7. Jeremy Lin
  8. Morgan Freeman
  9. Joseph Kony
  10. Donna Summer

Feature Films

  1. The Hunger Games
  2. Skyfall
  3. Prometheus
  4. The Avengers
  5. Magic Mike
  6. John Carter
  7. Ek Tha Tiger
  8. Paranormal Activity 4
  9. Taken 2
  10. Dark Shadows

TV Shows

  1. BBB12
  2. Avenida Brasil
  3. Here Comes Honey Boo Boo
  4. The Voice
  5. American Idol
  6. Game of Thrones
  7. Homeland
  8. Revenge
  9. Cheias de Charme
  10. Carrossel

Performing Artists

  1. Whitney Houston
  2. Michael Clarke Duncan
  3. One Direction
  4. Donna Summer
  5. Lana Del Rey
  6. Carolina Dieckmann
  7. Dirk Bach
  8. Carly Rae Jepsen
  9. Michel Telo
  10. LMFAO

Consumer Electronics

  1. iPad 3
  2. Samsung Galaxy S3
  3. iPad Mini
  4. Nexus 7
  5. Galaxy Note 2
  6. Play Station
  7. iPad 4
  8. Microsoft Surface
  9. Kindle Fire
  10. Nokia Lumia 920


  1. Southwest Airlines
  2. United Airlines
  3. American Airlines
  4. Delta Airlines
  5. Air France
  6. Lufthansa
  7. British Airways
  8. JetBlue
  9. Air Canada
  10. US Airways

Google+ Hashtags

  1. #SOPA
  2. #Awesome
  3. #Sandy
  4. #IO12
  5. #Curiosity
  6. #Olympics
  7. #SXSW
  8. #Debate
  9. #BlastFromThePast
  10. #Eastwooding


  1. Gangnam Style
  2. Somebody That I Used to Know by Walk off the Earth
  3. KONY 2012
  4. Call Me Maybe featuring Justin Bieber
  5. Obama vs. Romney Epic Rap Battles of History
  6. A Dramatic Suprise on a Quiet Square
  7. Why You Asking All Them Questions?
  8. Crystallize by Lindsey Stirling
  9. Facebook Parenting: For the Troubled Teen
  10. Felix Baumgartner's Supersonic Free

Wednesday, 19 December 2012

How To Customize Google Drive Form

First of all this article is from Immersion Media. It's a very useful article and don't forget to visit their site. Before trying this you need some basic html and css knowledge so first get some lessons then come here.

If you're wondering how to create forms using Google Drive/Docs then you can learn it by clicking here.

Now let's get to our topic. It's very useful and i hope you'll use it in good way.

After creating your form visit your form and Right click on page and select view source from menu. Copy form code by selecting everything between the <form>…</form>tags. See example below. You can also include the JavaScript at the end. This will be the form field validation.

Paste code in a new page/document.

This step is optional, but since you’ve taken the time to stylizing your form, you might as well create a nice confirmation page. After creating a confirmation page, replace the <form> tag of your form page and replace it with the JavaScript listed below.

Find and Replace this:

<form action="YOUR-GOOGLE-SPREADSHEET-LINK" method="POST">

With this:

<script type="text/javascript">var submitted=false;</script>
<iframe name="hidden_iframe" id="hidden_iframe"
style="display:none;" onload="if(submitted)
<form action="YOUR-GOOGLE-SPREADSHEET-LINK" method="post"
target="hidden_iframe" onsubmit="submitted=true;">

Even though the form is no longer hosted on Google, form submissions will continue to be posted to your Google Drive/Docs account.  Hope this will help you.....

Thursday, 1 November 2012

Display Your Profile Picture In Google Search Results

I wanted to post this article from a long time but never got a chance. So it's cool that you see my image with my site's name in search results which is a really good way to promote yourself with your blog but lots of guys don't have any idea how to do this. It's pretty simple just follow these simple steps below. First of all you should be using your Google + profile instead of your Blogger profile. You can use your Google + profile by clicking here.

  • Go To Blogger > Template > Edit HTML > Post following code just above <head> :

<link href='' rel='author'/>

  • In above code replace 123456789012345678901 with your Google + profile ID.

Now visit Google Rich Snippet Tool and test your blog's URL and see the magic!!!

Thursday, 25 October 2012

Watch Flagged YouTube Videos Without Logging In

Youtube is so high on removing adult videos from their site and also youtube ask users to verify their age for watching flagged video which really makes me sick. My Google account is banned from Youtube and because of it i can't watch any flagged youtube video without logging out of my Google account. Last year while searching for funny memes i found a meme with a trick to watch flagged youtube video.

Unfortunately, I lost that meme image but i still got that trick on my mind which i'am going to share with you all guys. Make sure you're using a pc with flash player.

Here is a link of a flagged video by Smosh :

You can't watch above video without signing in now remove watch? and = from above link and make it look like this :

Wow that's easy..... here is a basic structure of this link

Hope this will help you.....

Saturday, 20 October 2012

Make Your Own URL Shortening Service With Google Short Links

As soon as your website becomes big we all want to include some advanced features and we all wants to create short links with our own domain not with or any other services and Google Short Links is perfect for us.

With Google Short Links you can create your own url shortening service in some easy steps. All you need is a custom domain with DNS management and a Google Apps account.If you don't have a Google Apps account then you can create it within minutes for free by clicking here.

Here is an example of what we're going to create. Just visit

Now after creating your Google Apps account add Google Short Links app on your account at this link. By default your redirection service will be available at but you are free to choose any other sub-domain for this purpose. From the dashboard, open your Short Links settings and add a new URL (I picked and then deleted the default links sub-domain.

Next open your web domains cpanel (DNS manager) and create a new CNAME record for the same sub-domain that should point to or as shown on their instructions.

Wait for a couple of minutes for the DNS changes to propagate across the Internet and your TinyURL clone is ready to serve. Here’s the default web interface where you can create short URLs using your Google Apps account.

You can check a sample of our short links :

I hope this may help you.....

Get A Free .in Domain And Web Hosting From Google

Google and HostGator is giving free .in domain and hosting for one year so i really prefer you all to try this because it's good to try all thinks like this before buying your first domain and hosting and it's totally free and if you like it then after one year you can renew your plan to get your domain and hosting.

Here's what you'll get:

  • Free easy-to-build professional website
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  • Free email addresses
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There's no thinking twice. Get started today. Just go to and apply for your free .in domain.

Thursday, 11 October 2012

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Tuesday, 2 October 2012

5 Must Have Google Chrome Extensions

Google Chrome is worlds #1 browser and it really makes browsing easy and fast but the fact is that it's not #1 just because of fast browsing and sleek looks , it's also popular because of some extensions and stuff which makes it really amazing. So here are top five extensions on my list :

1.RSS Feed Reader : A simple and pretty way of keeping track of your latest RSS and Atom feeds. The best RSS Feed Reader extension for Chrome. Inspired by Firefox's Live Bookmarks.Subscribe to your favorite feeds , organize them and get latest stuff on the go.You can get this extension by clicking here.

2.Silver Bird : Silver Bird is a Twitter extension that allows you to follow your timelines and interact with your Twitter account.Silver Bird is an awesome Twitter client extension for Google Chrome with lots of features. This extension was previously known as Chromed Bird, but has since been renamed Silver Bird.You can get this extension by clicking here.

3.Facebook Notifications : Keep up with your friends, even when you're not on Facebook. This extension connects to your Facebook account to show you what's happening with your friends including:

  • Likes and comments on your posts
  • Invitations to events
  • Posts in your groups
  • Friend requests
  • New messages
  • Other notifications you normally see when you're on Facebook
You can get this extension by clicking here.

4.My Chrome Theme : Create and share Google Chrome themes of your own design.
Add a personal touch to your browser. Create and share custom Chrome themes using your own images and designs.In three simple steps.You can get this extension by clicking here.

5.Screen Capture : It's easy to use this extension to capture visible content of a tab, a region of a web page, or the whole page as a PNG image. You can also edit your captured image before saving it as a PNG image. Highlighting, redacting and adding text are supported. You can get this extension by clicking here.

Have fun with can explore millions of cool extensions on your Google Chrome.....

Thursday, 6 September 2012

Sending HTML Emails From Gmail

Gmail is more than just an ordinary email service. It's the most used email service all over internet which provides you lots of services and it's easy to use

Just like other services Rich Text Editor is most advanced mail editor but the fact is that we can't send HTML emails with it but in this post we're going to find a solution of this problem.So the question is how to send HTML emails with Gmail and after doing some research i found that it's not that hard of complicated all you need is HTML knowledge.

For this we just need a WYSIWYG HTML editor just like Blogger provides so you can use Blogger's post editor for this. So now what we have to do is just create our HTML Email in Blogger post editor or any other WYSIWYG HTML editor , you can also use this editor by clicking here.

Now create your full Email in that editor and after creating press CTRL+A to select all content you created on that editor and copy it by pressing CTRL+C and now all we have to do is just go to Gmail and click on Compose Email (In new interfere) and paste all content by pressing CTRL+V and send it to your friends or any one you want.

I know it was easy if you got some basic HTML knowledge.

Thursday, 30 August 2012

Hosting Your JS Files On Google Code

Main problem of using Blogger as your blog platform is hosting because Blogger don't offer files hosting (Except Images and Videos ) . So today i'am gonna show you how to host your .js files on Google Code and it's 100% free. And also in next tutorials i'am also gonna teach you how to host your CSS and HTML files on Google Code which is way different then this. Let's get started :
  • Go To Google Code > Click On 'Create A New Project' > Fill The Form Just Like Below
In Version Control System choose SubVersion and Source Code license will be Mozilla Public License 1.1 and fill other fields as you want now time for next step :
  • Now Go To Source > Browse > Choose either Create or Upload option as you prefer and create/upload your JS script.
Now after upload/creating this page will appear :

Right click and copy raw file url which will look something like this and it's your js file url now you can use this in your widgets or projects.

Having any problem then please leave a comment :)

Learn More: How To Host HTML And CSS Files On Google Code

Wednesday, 29 August 2012

Create A Privacy Policy For Your Blog

As Google have changed the Terms and Conditions of their Adsense program, one of the requirements now is that all Adsense publishers should have a "Privacy Policy" on their websites.

You must have and abide by an appropriate privacy policy that clearly discloses that third parties may be placing and reading cookies on your user’s browser, or using web beacons to collect information, in the course of ads being served on your website. Your privacy policy should also include information about user options for cookie management.

You can read more about the DoubleClick DART Cookie on the following link ...

Now you can create privacy policy for your blog/site with our Privacy Policy Generator (For Google AdSense Publishers)

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