WordPress 404 not found

Sometimes we receive 404 not found error on a particular page of our WordPress website when we open it on another device than the device we are creating our website on. No worries! It can be resolved within a minute. Just go to Settings of your website then click Permalinks and scroll down to the... Continue Reading →

Easiest way to run command prompt from a particular drive without writing commands in command prompt

Yes, you can run command prompt from a particular drive without writing any command in command prompt. Follow these easiest steps: Open the drive in File Explorer where you want to run your command prompt from. For example, You want to run it from C Drive. Open "Local Disc (C:)" in File Explorer and type... Continue Reading →

Accidentally closed a tab?Pin It

Are you the one who always closes a tab or tabs accidentally and realize later how important it was? Tired of this hassle? Just adopt 1 useful habit of pinning the tab. In the middle of an important read, before switching to another tab or window, always Right click on the tab and click pin... Continue Reading →

Edit text in images opened in browser

Ever heard of erasing a text on image while opened in a browser, or editing it? Don't get shocked! You can actually do that when you browse an image using a browser extension Project Naptha. Just add this browser extension and play with the text on any image you browse. You can perform various actions on... Continue Reading →

How to access AppData Roaming Path

Just type % appdata% in the search bar of your windows explorer and hit Enter You will automatically get to roaming folder which actually resides in the hidden folder AppData like this: Next question in your mind would certainly be "What does roaming path actually contain?" the answer is simple. Roaming is a location where... Continue Reading →

MEAN Stack

What is Mean? Are you a web developer? Curious to know about Mean? Here you go! Well, MEAN stands for Mongo DB, Express, Anguar JS, Node.js. MEAN is an end-to-end JavaScript stack largely used for cloud-ready applications. The best thing about MEAN is that every part of MEAN uses the same language i.e. JavaScript so... Continue Reading →

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