The BEST Damn Digital Cell Phone EVER!! HTC Touch Pro 2 that Runs Google Android

The BEST damn Digital Cell Phone EVER!! HTC Touch Pro 2 that Runs Google Android - thanks to the boys over at Android on HTC

A while back I bought an HTC Hero through Sprint and had tons of problems with it. After hundreds of phones calls with Sprint technical support(pull the battery and wait 30 seconds), I decided to mail the thing back and then I figured I’d try out the new HTC Touch Pro 2. What an awesome phone! I really can’t say enough good things about it. The build quality alone was far superior to any other phone I had ever used. But I really just don’t like Windows Mobile. So I thought to myself, “Wouldn’t it be great if this phone ran on Android.” So I began to dig around a bit and came across this awesome site: AndroidonHTC.com thats Android on HTC.com.

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Easily Update Your Twitter Account From Your Cell Phone, IM Software, and/or 3rd Party Applications

Twitter is a Social Media Website and MrBup.com is now available to answer all of your questions.  Twitter can be updated using you Cell Phone, Im Software, or 3rd party software

If you love twitter, then you probably always want to tweet the whole world to let them know what your doing right now. The problem is that you does always have your laptop with you. Well thanks to MrBup.com and this post, you won’t ever have to worry about that again. Just use these tips for updating your twitter account from any of the mentioned mediums and you’ll be up and running in no time!

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Protect Your Blog, Forum, & Website From Spam With A Captcha by Using reCAPTCHA

Recaptcha is a FREE service that stops spam in its tracks by verifying an image

A CAPTCHA is a program that can tell whether its user is a human or a computer. You’ve probably seen them — colorful images with distorted text at the bottom of Web registration forms. CAPTCHAs are used by many websites to prevent abuse from “bots,” or automated programs usually written to generate spam. No computer program can read distorted text as well as humans can, so bots cannot navigate sites protected by CAPTCHAs.

Why do you want a Captcha on your website? Here a few reasons to consider using reCAPTCHA:

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Completely Free Ways to Check if Your Website’s HTML Web Pages are Compliant & Valid With W3 Standards

Get these FREE W3C validation Badges to proudly display on your website when you code webpages in valid HTML & XHTML

The 2 best ways of validating your websites HTML or XHTML are to use the Validator at W3C.org or a Firefox addon[plugin] such as my favorite, Html Validator 0.8.5.2 by Marc Gueury.

If you opt for using the Validator at W3C.org, you will visit their website and type in the URL of the webpage that you want validated. There are many options that you have at your disposal when your run the check. You can view the source code of the webpage and the Validator provides you with line number and what line number the errors, if any, occur.

With the FireFox addons you simply view source of the webpage you are currently on and at the bottom of the screen you will either see the HTML markup is valid or that there are errors in the code. If errors to occur, suggestion on how to fix them will be displayed in the lower right hand corner box. I personally prefer this plugin to visiting the Validator at W3C.org simply because its quicker and easier.

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DamnIT is a Free Service That Emails You When a User Encounters a JavaScript Error on One of Your Webpages

DamnIT emails you when a user encounters a JavaScript error in your webpages.

DamnIT is a completely free service that emails you when a user encounters a JavaScript error somewhere on your website. If you have ever coded in JS you’ll know what a pain in the butt it can be to debug your script. That’s where DamnIT come in:

DamnIT makes it simple for beta testers to provide useful feedback by prompting them after an error occurs and combining their response with error message, file, line number, and back-trace information. You’ll receive detailed automated error information instead of vague bug descriptions.

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The 7 Best Places You Should Visit For Incredible Free Website Design Templates

The 7 Best Places You Should Visit For Incredible Free Website Design Templates

So your sitting in front of your laptop and your suffering from a horrible case of writers block. You just landed a new website project, and the client wants a quick layout to see what you have envisioned for her. She’s not quite sure how she wants her web presents to be laid out, so she needs you to point her in the right direction. NOW WHAT??

Go to one of (or all of) these 7 websites and browse around to scarf up some pretty awesome website design inspiration. Weather you want to develop a XHTML and CSS or a Flash website, these 7 sites can point you in the right direction. Many of these templates can be slightly tweaked or even heavily modified to your needs as long as you credit the author. So, please enjoy!!

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Handle 404, 500, and 301 Errors as Well as Many Others With an .htaccess file

Lets suppose you wanted to redirect users to your home page if they attempted to access a page that was NOT on your server. There is a very quick and simple way to do this. Its called a 404 redirect using an .htaccess file. You simply create a new file in Microsoft Notepad and type this: “ErrorDocument 404 /index.php” (Without the quotes). Then you simply save the file as .htaccess and upload it to your root directory. From now on when someone visits www.yoursite.com/chickentastes/good.html they will automatically be redirected to your homepage.

Interestingly enough you can also redirect to a specific page such as a custom 400 error page that you code up in php or html or whatever. See examples below. Just replace the “/errors/badrequest.html” part with “/myCustom400ErrorPage.php” and you’ll be fine.


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