Learning how to link to Google maps in your website, email or instant message is easy. Read more for Google Map linking instructions.
Embedding a Google map into you website is simple. Read on for Google Map embedding instructions.
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If you make lots of change to websites while you edit them, you’ill often need to force a refresh. In Firefox, to force a refresh just press Shift+F5. You probably know that F5 will refresh the page in Firefox, just remember to force a refresh press shift as well.
Another force refresh key option in Firefox is Shift+Ctrl+R
There are various times you will need a list of locale codes for use in website code for localisation. If, for example, you’re adding a Facebook like button, Activity Feed, Recommendations, Login Button, Facepile, Live stream or comments system from the Facebook developers site and want a language OTHER than English, you will come across the text:
“How do I display the Like button in different languages? If you are using the XFBML version include the language code when you instantiate the library. Replace ‘en_US’ in this line with the correct locale code:”, but what you won’t see are the codes.”
Here is a list of language local codes for HTML, XTML and XFBML (or anywhere you need language local code).
Here is a Biodegradable logo I made but never used. I offer it royalty free in exchange for a link to this page with the text “Royalty free Bio Degradable logo”.
Removing the “Template Design © Joomla Templates | GavickPro. All rights reserved.” wasn’t that obvious. I scratched my head for a while because there is no button to turn it off. It turns out removing the Gavick pro Template design copyright is easy.
Removing “Register” button on Gavick Fest template is easy.
How do you change the font size of a heading in a for Joomla? If you want to change the font size of a heading in a Yootheme Template for Joomla here is how…