This guide describes how you can track when users print web pages on your site. You can use your existing Google Analytics profile to track print usage.
Learn how to customize the layout of the Facebook Like Box with simple CSS styles. You can even remove the Facebook branding from the Like Plugin.
This is the source code for Google Apps Script that sends out tweets as new messages arrive in your Gmail Inbox.
Now that you have read my tutorial on how to host websites with Google App Engine, here are the two files – app.yaml and main.py – that are responsible for all the magic.
The easiest way to block websites on your home computer is through the hosts file or you may also use OpenDNS for blocking adult sites.
This tutorial describes how you can quickly track 404s or Page Not Found errors on your website or blog.
This CSS trick shows how to make your blog printer friendly. When readers print your web articles, they will get a clean version of the story without any sidebars, Google Ads, logos, navigation links and other extra elements.
A step by step guide on how to write an IE 8 Accelerator to your website. Also learn how to enable live previews in your Internet Explorer 8 Accelerators.
Twitter can be a great source of traffic for your blog. Here are instructions on how to add the Tweet This button to your WordPress theme or Blogger template.
Learn how to add inline language translation to your website using Google AJAX language API. You may either put the languages in a drop down menu or use the country flags.
Wikipedia recently introduced a new auto-complete search feature that offers keyword suggestions in real-time as you type the characters in the Wikipedia search box.