Firefox OS on Nexus 4

I had flashed my Nexus 4 and installed Firefox OS as an alternative ROM to Android 4.4.2 KitKat

After installing Firefox OS I had imported all the contact successfully. I like its UI its fast & Smooth.

You can find some of the images below.







Use Google to hack into a secrect world



Google is the best answer to any of your search queries 24×7. But do you know Google has a hidden secret world, which can be opened by typing-in a few codes in the Google Search. These Google hacks expose the security loop holes within websites, and much more. Just enter a few secret codes in Google’s search box, and there-after you can have access to security cameras around the world, access to personal & confidential documents or maybe even download in-numerable free stuff from the internet. Take a jump to see how it’s done.

# Hack security cameras

Live Camera

Live Camera

Want to gain access to security cameras positioned in parking lots, busy inter-state highways, college campus etc., then just type the following in the Google search box and hit enter.


Then click on your preferred search result and you’ll have un-granted access to a live camera.

To gain access to faster refresh rate cameras, type-in the following in Google search box.

intitle:”Live View / – AXIS”

# Hack to gain access to free stuff

If you want to hack Google for free music, E-books and stuff just enter the following:

“?intitle:index.of?mp3 Linkin Park“

Here I’ve searched for the artist Linkin Park, having format mp3. You can change these parameters to search something else.

# Hack personal & confidential documents
Use any one of these codes to have access to CVs, Excel documents having contact details and information on bank accounts, financial summaries or credit card numbers.

intitle:”curriculum vitae” “phone * * *” “address *” “e-mail”

filetype:xls inurl:”email.xls”

intitle:index.of finances.xls

That was a sneak-peak into the secret codes that can be employed to hack into security cameras around the world, confidential documents, and more. Now it’s time to take this roller-coaster ride into the secret world of Google codes a step further with tricks, tips and a few magic tricks galore. But before that let’s have a look at the basics of Google hacking and the Google Cheat Sheet.

# Basics of Google hacking:

Google hacks and tricks are all possible primarily due to resident security holes in the configuration and computer code that websites make use of. The secret codes that I have mentioned in this article so far and the ones to follow, are possible due to the use of advanced operators in Google search engine. Other techniques for Google Search tricks and hacks involves searching for insecure coding practices in public code indexed by Google Code Search or any other source code search engine.

# Google Cheat Sheet for refined search
While searching for a query in Google Search engine it really pays-off if you know the right method to employ your search. Here’s the Google Cheat Sheet that will help you in refining your search, thereby improving the subsequent results.

# Google Search Tricks and Tips galore

Google Secrets

Google Secrets

The possibilities to play around with Google Search are endless and same goes with the nifty tips that will help you immensely in precisely getting what you want. Here are some of the tricks done just for fun…

Also check-out this Google hacking master list.

1) Make the search images dance:

Here is the code that you can copy paste in your address bar:

javascript:R=0; x1=.1; y1=.05; x2=.25; y2=.24; x3=1.6; y3=.24; x4=300; y4=200; x5=300; y5=200;DI=document.images; DIL=DI.length; function A(){for(i=0; i-DIL; i++){DIS=DI[ i ].style;DIS.position=’absolute’; DIS.left=Math.sin (R*x1+i*x2+x3)*x4+x5;* y1+i*y2+y3 )*y4+y5}R++}setInterval(’A()’,5); void(0);

NOTE: This hack was noticed a long way back. I tried the same thing, but didn’t get the exact results. Although, it still works somehow. Try it yourself.

2) Change the Google logo:

3) Make Google go backwards:

4) Make Google’s OO’s disappear:

To do this trick, go to darkartmedia and click anywhere on the webpage to make the OO’s disappear within 5seconds. Then click again to make them reappear. Clicking the third time will swiftly take you to the original Google Search page, and therefore you can show that it was all done on the Google search webpage.

5) Websites that show Google Search Knock-down:

These are couple of websites that demonstrate a Google breakdown, tumbling to the bottom in a very dramatic way.

Here are the links to these two websites: googledemolition and googleaxis

# Google Search Tips with the twist

If you thought that Google is merely a search aggregator that gives viable results for your simple queries, then you better have a look at these tips to change your perception.

1) Local timing of any region:

To get the current Local timing of any region type-in
Time: {Name of the country or region}

Local Timings

Local Timings

2) Track airline status:
Enter the airline and flight number into the Google search box and get back the arrival and departure times.


track flight status in google search

3) Convert currency, bytes, and other parameters:

Find out how many teaspoons are in a quarter cup (quarter cup in teaspoons) or how many seconds there are in a year (seconds in a year) or how many euros there are to five dollars (5 USD in Euro). You can also convert bits in kilobytes (155473 bytes in kilobytes) and numbers in hex or binary (19 in binary).



# Advanced Google Search tips

Given below are some of the important Google Search tips that will help you out when searching for multiple queries.
1) Basics and Boolean searches:


website specific searches

2) Website specific searches:

website specific searches 2

website specific searches 2

3) Google groups specific searches:

website specific searches 3

website specific searches 3

# Other tips worth trying

• Find only images containing faces in a Google Image search result by adding ‘&imgtype=face‘ to the end of the search URL:

• To find out how a long number would be written in Roman numerals, just type-in the number followed by “in roman numerals”.

• Google stores the content of old sites. You can search this cache direct with the syntax keyword cache:site_url

• Search for any filetype directly using the modifier filetype:[filetype extension]. For example: cricket filetype:pdf

• Google can fill in a blank also. Try: Christopher Columbus discovered *

• The + operator comes in very handy if you want to make sure that the stop words are included in the search query. For example, if you type arduino + micro-controller, the search results will have both these keywords included.

• Search for a specific term, then one keyword OR another by grouping them with parentheses, like this: water (smoke OR fire)

# Some important search commands

# Demonstration of some of the above given tips, and more

# Nifty tips to hack Google Search

# Some more Google tricks under the hood

Reliance Datacard EC121 on Ubuntu Linux

You will need to activate your phone using Windows and the bundled software. Once this is done you can connect to the internet using Ubuntu or MacOSX.

apt-get install wvdial

Edit your /etc/wvdial.conf and add the following

[Dialer Defaults]
Init1 = ATZ
Init2 = ATQ0 M1 L1 X3 V1 E1 S0=0 &C1 &D2 +FCLASS=0
Modem Type = Analog Modem
ISDN = 0
Abort On No Dialtone = False
New PPPD = yes
Phone = #777
Modem = /dev/ttyUSB0
Username = <username>
Password = <password>
# Baud = 460800
# Stupid Mode = 1

By default the username and the password is your phone number.

You can now connect to the internet by running sudo wvdial

10 Easy Ways to Generate Traffic to Your Webdesign Blog

Traffic is something that everyone is after. It represents one of the best way to measure success of your blog. If you have traffic, you know that people find your posts and resources valuable, you can sell more ads, ads will bring more money, that will help you to cover your costs and generate profit…

I tried to put together 10 easy ways that will help you to generate more traffic to your blog. I hope that you will find this post helpful. I would like to hear what are your ways to generate traffic. Did I miss anything? Let me know in comments…

1. Try to write great articles

Follow current trends. Make sure to orient in what are the best people in your niche doing. Visit their blogs, follow them on Twitter, see what gets tweeted

Think forward and write articles that readers look for. If you follow trends, you will know what that is. My previous post Ultimate WordPress Tutorial Collection got to second page on Google search for worpress tutorial, just because it was about wordpress and brought highest daily traffic.

Time your articles well. Few days ago when the ice hockey world championship started in Switzerland, I put together a Showcase of 32 Ice Hockey World Championships and Team Logos, that someone submitted to a hockey group on Facebook. It resulted in bringing highest daily traffic to my blog ever and that article was (and still is) on first page of Google search for ice hockey world championship.  Pretty good for a webdesign blog 🙂

Do something extra. At the time when I was starting this blog there were many articles that suggested great webdesign blogs to read. I wanted to make a similar article, but instead of putting few links together, I spent some time and added links to their Twitter accounts and sorted links based on Google PageRank and Alexa rank. That ended up being most read article on my blog with biggest number of comments and trackbacks.

2. Twitter

Tweet about your posts. Let your followers know about new articles. Do not spam by re-submitting it in a short time. Quality will show up and will get tweeted. Let your followers do it for you.

Tweetmeme. Use Tweetmeme – a great plugin to get your articles tweeted and to show how many tweets it gets

Use Hashtags to get retweeted. For example #wordpress will get you retweeted by @hashwordpress @hashwp and @pimpmywordpress

Other interesting hastags: #followfriday – people that you suggest to follow,  #themethursday – each Thursday has a theme related to webdesign –  follow @themethursday or @gracesmith to learn what that is for current Thursday, #webdesign #design #typography

Follow top designers and submit your link/designs to their showcases. They often create roundups or showcases and ask for suggestions. Follow @abduzeedo, @smashingmag for example.

Retweet valuable links. Share grate articles and links that you come across with others, retweet what you find valuable.

3. Submit your posts/designs to design related promotional sites

I found,,, and to generate most traffic, but here are some lists with great sites where you can submit your posts

4. Submit and Bookmark links to social networks

Digg, Delicious, Facebook, Myspace, StumbleUpon… you name them, there are hundreds of social networks and bookmarking services that will promote your articles to thousands of people

5. Create and Submit RSS Feed

Create RSS Feed for your posts. Let your readers subscribe to be notified each time you write an article. You can also have options to subscribe to comments only, subscribe to categories, subscribe to get news by email. Choose what is best for you and your visitors.

Use Feedburner to manage your feed. Feedburner is considered the best solution to manage your feeds. It gives you statistics, ways to promote your feed, lets you show your followers count and many more.

Submit your feed to feed agregators. “Take Action Today” Generate Traffic and Sales With….Customized RSS Feeds and RSS Aggregates

6. Blog catalogs

Blog catalogs are a powerful way to bring more readers to your blog. Here are some huge lists of blog catalogs, where you can submit your own blog to generate traffic.

7. Niche related forums

Write about your articles on related forums. Do not spam, but rather link to your articles that talk about the same topic. Be a help to others and you will help your self.

See the article at Smashing magazine for list of best webdesign related forums: Professional Web Design Forums


Comment on other sites, show your expertise and link to your articles when they are helpful to the theme/situation

Respond to comments on your site, show that you respect and value your readers and that you are a real person and not an article generator

Use comments related services. Install WordPress CommentLuv plugin to show your latest post after your comments on other sites. Register with Gravatar to add your comments a personal feel with an avatar.

9. Don’t be lazy and do some SEO

Read and learn about Search Engine Optimization for WordPress. Use All in one SEO plugin for WordPress and other great Useful SEO Plugins For WordPress to configure your WordPress blog

Submit your site to Google Webmaster, Yahoo Site Explorer, Live Webmaster Center

10. WordPress update service

Update Services are a WordPress built in feature that you can use to let other people know you have updated your blog. You can create a list of update services that WordPress will automatically notify each time you create or update a post.

Ultimate WordPress Tutorial Collection

WordPress is probably the most used blogging CMS in the whole universe. Starting a blog on WordPress is very easy and the amount and variety of great WordPress tutorials is really helpfull to everyone interested in blogging . I found WordPress really easy to use and almost-perfect solution for my webdesign blog and many of these tutorials helped me to build my blog succesfully in a very short time. Enjoy!

Huge WordPress Tutorial Collections

WordPress for Designers Screencasts
100+ Massive WordPress Tutorial Collection
30+ (More) Most Wanted WordPress Tips, Tricks and Hacks
60+ Awesome WordPress Tutorials
250+ Super Cool WordPress Tutorials – Newbie To Pro
30 Excellent WordPress Video Tutorials

General WordPress Tutorials

WordPress 2.7 – Overview
How to Install WordPress on Your Own Server + Video Tutorial
Ultimate Guide To Using WordPress For A Portfolio
Become A Blogger Screencasts
WordPress Resources: 20 Various WordPress Tutorial Videos
48 Unique Ways To Use WordPress
10 Things to do After Installing WordPress
Avoiding Common WordPress Errors
9 Useful Snippets for Your WordPress Functions
9 Ways to Make Your WordPress Blog “Smart”
The dotMobi WordPress Mobile Pack
13 Ways To Secure Your WordPress Blog

WordPress Theme Tutorials

WordPress PSD Framework
How to Create a WordPress Theme from Scratch
Developing a WordPress Theme
Complete WordPress Theme Guide
Designing for WordPress
WordPress Help Sheet
18 Ways to Speed up Your WordPress Theme Development
49 Most Downloaded WordPress Themes
5 Beautiful New WordPress Themes
41 Great Looking Free WordPress Themes
40 Stylish, Minimal and Clean Free WordPress Themes
35 Best WordPress Themes For Free

WordPress Plugins Tutorials

Anatomy of a WordPress Plugin
Screencast on Writing a WordPress Plugins
Top 35 Plugins of WordPress to Share Your Blog Post
Create a Custom WordPress Plugin From Scratch
3 WordPress Plugins to manage 125×125 ads
15 Useful SEO Plugins For WordPress

Ultimate Drupal Tutorial Collection

Drupal is one of the most powerful open source content management system, voted by community and professionals as the best Open Source CMS in last two years. I have built many websites with Drupal, and found it a great solution for almost all kind of websites from simple blog to large corporate presentations.

If you don’t know Drupal, or want to know more about it, watch the great Drupal song and take a look at the About section of

Getting help on

  • Visit the Drupal’s handbook, where you will find a huge amount of Drupal tutorials and reciepes, community contributed videos, slides, tutorials and how to articles.
  • Visit the forum od, where you will find answers to almost every single Drrupal related question you might have.
  • Support page on is also be great place to find information to get started, get documented and get help. You will find training resources, books about Drupal, support providers, mailing lists, IRC rooms, guides…
  • Planet Drupal should be your next stop on drupaloshpere – it is an aggregator of (currently) 309 drupal related blogs, with great and highly useful information.
  • Drupal Groups can also be a great place to find people working with Drupal in your area, find job, talk about issues realted to your interests and proffesion – see Design for Drupal group if you are a designer.Watch videos of sessions from Drupal conferences in Washington DC and Szeged

Drupal screencasts and podcasts

Videos and slides at
Drupal video repositories
PlanetDrupal TV
DrupaLove videos
45 Screencasts to Get You Kicking Ass with Drupal
Mastering Drupal
Geeks&God podcasts
Lullabot podcasts
Video Tutorials & Training at Powerful CMS
Learn By The Drop
Mustardseed video podcasts
Got Drupal
Drupal Therapy
Volacci SEO podcast
Videotutorialzone – Drupal
The Coding Pad
Awakened Voice
Webmaster tips Drupal Tutorials

Drupal related videos on

Drupal Newbies & General Tutorials

Drupal Theming Tutorials

Drupal Development Tutorials


Some of you may have aldready known this but some have not, such as new drupalers.

Anyway lets’s start talking about site performance. Have you ever checked your drupal site’s source page? If not check it right now….
Right Click on the web site and choose view page source.

Don’t be shocked by the number of external styles and script files in the headr tag, it’s common in every drupal site, but you may have noticed that whenever you add a new module the scripts and styles are keep increasing, that’s not good for our site and bandwidth, especially it will affect your SEO because google penalize slow site. Don’t worry Drupal gives us an option to solve this issue. Go to Administer>Site configuration>Performance and configure it as below

[1] Caching Mode: Normal

[2] Minimum Cache Lifeime: none (Set it depends on your site traffic and content upadtes)

[3] Page Compression: Enabled

[4] Block Cache: Enabled

[5] Optimize CSS files: Enabled

[6] Optimize JavaScript Files: Enabled

Now you click the save configuration button and go to your site’s front page and check the source code again…

Did you notice a big difference there? all the CSS files are now in one css file and same for the javaScript files too.

When you enabled this CSS and JavaScript files it automatically created two files named CSS and JS in your sites/all/deafult/files directory for separately saving the optimized CSS and JavaScript files from the themes folder.

If you ever made a changes to your sites styles or any other settings after enabling the cache make sure that you clear the cache to see the result.

By enabling the cache and optimizing the external styles and scripts you have done a big optimizaion to your drupal web site. Hope this small tip could help to improve your sites performance. If you have any questions regarding your sites performance comment below, I will try my best to reply as fast as I can.

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