Showing posts with label Blogging Tutorials. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Blogging Tutorials. Show all posts

Wednesday, March 30, 2011

I was reading about abdominal cuts review when I got distracted with all of Mariuca’s emoji talk. Me being me was not satisfied that I wasn’t able to view her much talked about Emoji and so set to find out if there was any way to view it while I am at my desktop.

Since I am using Chrome as my default browser, I went in search for extension or plugins for that and guess what? I found a few.

emoji for chrome


I tried them all and found that all of them are useful except for ChromEmoji.

Basically “Show Me Emoji” would serve as a little keyboard that you can use to pick and choose your emoji so that you can paste them anywhere on the web, like ChromedBird, Facebook and even comment boxes. In my case, ChromedBird, my twitter addon, will not display emoji, so what I do is I copy whatever emoji Mariuca is showing me and paste them on “Show me Emoji” and wala.. I now know what she is talking about.. lol!


The Emoji Keyboard and Decipher

“Emoji” and “Emoji for Twitter” will help you view emojis on twitter pages and websites without needing to use the “Show Me Emoji” keyboard.


snippets from my twitter page




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Friday, July 09, 2010

I just found another plugin for MS Outlook today. This one is call FBLook and it lets me update my facebook status live right from outlook. So now I can just update my status to say “taking my diet supplements“.. without opening another browser. Awesome right? I know!

All you need to do is just..

1. Download the file from the FBLook site
2. Close your outlook application if you have it opened, install the file
3. Reopened outlook and you will already see the toolbar at the top
4. Follow some simple instruction and update away!

PS: More blogging tutorial from me…

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Wednesday, July 07, 2010

I’ve recently decided to pop out my main email account to my Microsoft Outlook and after several hours of popping out. I can safely say, all my emails are now intact and safe and sound in my hard drive.

So there I was tweaking and customizing with rules (making sure that emails containing keywords such as slimming pills that work are highlighted) and what not on my outlook, when it suddenly occurred to me if there would be a plugin or an add-on out there for me to access twitter in outlook. So once again, I did my fingers go the walking and I found one fantastic plugin. It’s called Twinbox and it’s awesome. All you need to do is …

1. Download the file

2. Install the file but not before making sure your outlook application is closed off first

3. Reopened Microsoft Outlook and you will see a toolbar right on top as shown. You can easily customize this toolbar too.

4. Once you add all your twitter accounts, you will see a directory just like shown on the picture as well.

5. That’s it!


FYI: This plugin would not work with Outlook Express.

PS: More blogging tutorial from me…

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Saturday, June 19, 2010

As I mentioned in the post at my blog Life’s Pages, I just had a tortured three hours when I decided to upgrade to WordPress 3.0. If I had been one of those people that break out when stressed, I would probably need the best acne treatment right about now.

The thing was I actually upgraded three of my other blogs first before upgrading this blog. The three upgrades went smoothly without a hitch, so my confidence level was an all time high. Then when upgrading this blog, I had an installation error and my whole blog disappeared. So if you were trying to access my blog and got a blank page instead, now you know the reason why.  I immediately went to the WordPress forum for help. It seemed I was not alone. There were others in the same boat and everyone it seems was waiting for a solution. Someone suggested that it may have been because of a plugin that was not compatible with the new version and advised that I renamed my plugin directory via ftp. I tried that but was not successful. Naturally I panicked as I don’t know when the “guru” would login and start answering questions. I did more digging and found a suggestion to reinstall the upgrade manually. I did and I was successful! Thank goodness!

So, I would like to share with you what I did to restore my blog.

  1. Download wordpress 3.0
  2. Uncompressed the files
  3. Rename my plugins directory to plugin01
  4. Copy the files to the right directory, overwriting the existing files
  5. Rename my plugin01 to plugins

From this experience, my advise to you will be, make sure you disable your active plugins before upgrading. This is because some plugins are incompatible with the new version and this might cause problem. In my case though, I don’t think its the plugin as I found the files that was causing the error was in wp-includes.

Let me know if you have any questions.

PS: More blogging tutorial from me…

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Saturday, March 27, 2010

I have been asked numerous times by clients who wished to know how to revamp/add/delete their labels or categories for their blog post in blogger blog. So I thought, where better than to just put it here at LadyJava’s Lounge so that you, my readers, might benefit too.

Firstly, think of label as a filing system. A generic filing system. So you would label this post for instance as Blogger Tutorial and/or Blogging but you would NOT label it as Remove Labels or Add labels.. See the difference? Labels make it easier for visitors to navigate around your blog so unless your blog is all about the different kinds of flowers (Jasmine, Rose, Lilies), a label call FLOWERS would suffice.

Also please remember, labels are being controlled by the post, so you can’t delete the labels but once a no post bears that label, that label would disappear from your list. So essentially, you are amending your blog post label and not vice versa.

Here goes..

  1. Go to your blogger dashboard and click on “EDIT POST”
  2. On the left side of the table, you will see labels and the number of post that has that label on it. On the right side you will see post with the labels being displayed in green next to it
  3. Go through all your labels and decide what you want to do and how you want to categorized your post. If you see a label with just one post, decide if you need that label or can you class it under an existing label.
  4. Now click on any label.
  5. On the right hand side now, all post relating to the label would be displayed.
  6. Click in the square right next to all the post you want to change. I would suggest at this time to click one first.
  7. Now, do you noticed the dropdown menu just on top of the table? Click on the arrow and scroll down inside this box, you will see..

    Dropdown Menu

    The Dropdown Menu

    • Apply Label” in bold. This is all the labels that is available at your blog. So if you want to add an existing label to the post, just click the relevant label and it would be added to the post.
    • Scroll down further. Just before “Remove Label” you will see “New label” – this is what you click if you want to add a totally new label to the post
    • Right after that, you will see “Remove Label“. This is the label that is currently being used for that particular post and if you want to remove any labels from that post, just choose whichever label it is and click it
  8. Please remember all change are immediate the moment you click on a label. There is no prompt asking if you are sure of your action. Having said that, do not worry, you will not NEVER lose any post in your blog this way. The post would just be under a different label.

I hope this  helps and let me know if you find the tutorial useful :)

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Friday, March 19, 2010

… when you are using JSKit (Echo) Patched template version (not the widget version they have now) and your blogger comment dashboard is showing 0 comments?  I am having a bit of joint pain today but I wanted to write this post before I really got to rest my wrist..

My blogger dashboard for this blog used to show me 0 comments on some post even though I know for a fact that there were comments there before. So when I actually moved to wordpress yesterday, I was ready to see 0 comments on my blog but… lo and behold there were comments on those post even though blogger dashboard was showing 0..

See the difference here? The same post is showing 0 comment on blogger on 15 March but showing 11 comments on wordpress dashboard yesterday.

zero comments

Post with 0 Comments

i love coffee

Post showing 11 Comments

Anyway I was surfing at Evan’s mom blog today and she highlighted a known problem with blogger about missing comments, so I thought it might be a glitch somewhere.  So here’s a way to check if your  comments are really missing or is it just not displaying comments on your dashboard.

First thing first, login into you JSKit dashboard and under commenting option, scroll down and check that your blog is set to synchronized  with blogger. If it is.. then good, you can proceed, if not.. then you probably REALLY don’t have comments at your blogger..:(

Ok.. so now if your comments are synchronized…

  • Go to your blogger layout>>edit html
  • MAKE A BACKUP OF YOUR BLOG and save it safely by “Download Full Template”.  *** DO NOT MISS THIS STEP ***
  • Scroll down to the bottom of the page and you will see


Revert Widget

  • When you click this link, you will remove the JS from your template but you will also remove most customized widget that is included in your template
  • Now check that post that is showing 0 comments on your dashboard and see if there are any comments displaying on the blog post instead. If it’s there.. then you are save to revert back to your blogger commenting system..
  • If this happens, upload the backup template and all will be restore again together with your JSKit commenting system.

So the choice is up to you now..if your template does not go haywire after the removal widget process and if comments are there, then you switch back to blogger commenting system if you want to..

If your template goes  haywire.. then you can take note of which widget is causing the craziness and add that up to the template again.

Good luck!



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Thursday, March 11, 2010

I’m seriously torn between three commenting system, JS-Kit, Disqus and Intense Debate.

I was a great JS-Kit fan and had it installed on all my blogs and raved about their services can customer service, but recently though, certain problems have arisen giving me cause to look at other blog commenting options namely Disqus and Intense Debate.

confused imageThese are the problems so far that I’ve encountered from JS-Kit:

  • The synchronizing with blogger comments are not consistent. Sometimes it does sync and sometimes it doesn’t, leaving my blogger dashboard with zero comments on some posts.
    • The synchronizing option of JSKit was the one drawing factor of JSKit for me. The fact that I won’t lose any comment in case I decide to switch back to my Blogger commenting system made me very confident of the program, hence the switch for all my blogs.
  • Recently with their “improved” follow option, blog owners are not getting notified of comments at their own blog even after changing the notification option on the JS dashboard.
    • This is definitely cause for worry as no notification means we won’t know if there are comments made on the blog. No notification means no response.. which, in my book is BAD

So like I said, I am looking for alternative and testing both Disqus and Intense Debate commenting system on some of my blogs.

To me, Disqus is good because it syncs up with blogger commenting system but bad it doesn’t support smileys and no CommentLuv. On the other hand although Intense Debate has smileys and Commentluv, it does not synch up with blogger.

Another plus point for Disqus is that although all three commenting systems offer exporting of comments, only Disqus lets you import those exported comments into their system. So for instance, although I might not have comments synch up with blogger for most of my post using JS, I can export the comments from JS and import it into Disqus and still have it appear on my post.

I was, however, not able to use Disqus here on this blog because it is too heavily customised and Disqus was not able to patch it for me.

You see the dilemma?

Currently I am testing Disqus on LJ Life’s Pages. LadyJava Creations, Online Money Chat and Blogger Cats while on Shopping Galore, I have Intense Debate installed. I still have JS-Kit on LadyJava’s Lounge, Being Woman and My Food Paradise.

I am monitoring them all closely and would update you with my decision soon.


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Friday, February 19, 2010

I was researching best weight loss pills for who else but yours truly when I received an email from Bill about having emoticons on his blogs and about how he was not able to get his top commenter widget working on his blog.

I did a tutorial a while back on how to get emoticons/smileys on your blogspot blog but he was not able to get it installed on his blog. Just to remind everyone you need to have firefox running on your pc. This script has nothing to do with blogger but rather an addon to firefox browser. However, upon checking Bill’s blog, I noticed that my smileys were indeed missing from his”compose post” menu. Then I saw that Bill was using the “updated editor” as oppose to the old editor. I switched the editor back to the old one and I can now see my smileys again :).

Here’s how to change back to the old editor.

  1. Go to Settings>>Basic
  2. Scroll down till you see the Global settings. Make sure the “Old Editor” is selected and Save

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Bill’s next issue was how to get his Monthly Top Commenter widget working on his JS-Kit enabled blog. Now the reason why I chose JS-Kit is because of it’s synchronizing feature with blogger commenting system which basically means, whatever comments you made on JS-Kit, that comment is copied to blogger comments. This also means in the event you decide that you want to revert back to blogger commenting system, you can do so easily and STILL retain ALL your comments :)

Now to make sure that synchronizing feature works for you, make sure, in your blogger commenting system, you DO NOT limit comments to Registered Users only. This is because the JSKit commenting system will over-ride whatever settings you have stated and still lets non-registered users comments. Now when that happens, it would register that user as the blog owner so although you see the different commenters in JSKit, in actual fact, the comments that is being copied over to blogger commenting system will show YOU as the commenter HENCE, the Top Commenter Widget (which has filtered your name out) would NEVER EVER show up as it only has you as the commenter! So once I changed the option “Only Registered Users” to “Anyone” can comment, Bill now has a working Monthly Top Commenter Widget!


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Wednesday, February 17, 2010

We all love comments, be it on a weight loss pills post or a blogging tutorial post, but sometimes we get undesirable commenters that only comment to get backlink (especially if your blog is dofollow) and sometimes we get commenters who do nothing but send negative comments that simply spoils our day. We all understand that each of us have our own opinions and thoughts but leave constructive comments NOT abusive ones.

So with that in mind, most blog owners are resorting to moderation. As much as that helps, I feel it totally limits the interactiveness of the blog especially if it is a hot topic to discuss. By the time the blog owner actually moderates the comments on that post, the heated subject is already lukewarm.

For me, I’m combating the spam and negative comments too and I know these are comments most likely coming from first time commenters, Since I am using JS-Kit on my blogs, I’m using their moderation setting “Premoderation for new users” which means, for new commenters, their comments are on hold until I approve them and this would go on for 5 comments, which I think is great, because you never knew if they turn to trolls after the first comment! Lol!

Edited: I just realised that by doing this all my commenters are considered new by the system, to approve previous users, you can go to Moderation and scroll through your comments/commenters there, then you can Approve User and that would let their comments through!

What are you doing to combat spam and undesirable comments?


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Thursday, February 11, 2010

I was going to write about hemorrhoids treatment but thought perhaps another topic might be more appealing.. heheh

Since the popular program Dropholic has closed down, I’ve wanted to find a replacement widget. However, due to work commitment, I had to put it on the backburner. Anyway, here is a simple way you can get your own Top Dropper listing without any fuss and as easy as 1, 2, 3.

All you need to do is…

  1. Login into your EntreCard Account
  2. Now go to “Statistics” menu
  3. Scroll down to the “Dropper” tables. Here you can see the little RSS sign near to the “Top Card Dropper” as shown below
  4. Just right-click on that RSS and click on “Copy Link Location” . Save that link on notepadrss2
  5. Once you are login into your blogger account, go to the “Layout” and “Add a Gadget”.
  6. Choose Feed.
  7. Now enter the RSS address you copied to your notepad in the “Feed URL” Box and click “Continue”
  8. You’re done! No fuss right?
  9. Just a note.. in blogs hosted on Blogspot, we can only add 5 listings.. but if you use wordpress for instance, I believe you can add 10 lists :)

PS1: Just click on Fun Blogging Tutorials for more tips.
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Wednesday, January 20, 2010

In case you don’t know, I have a celebrity gossip blog over at Today dot com call Gossip Galore Though I’ve slowed down posting there because they stop paying me per post, I still post there occasionally because I still get paid for traffic, albeit, not as much but it is still money to me :)

Recently again changed their policy and instead of paying us for traffic, they now share their Google Adsense and Amazon revenue with us. I must say that upon checking my adsense account today, I’m happy with my earnings thus far because I’m earning more even though I’m not posting daily at Gossip Galore.

In this short tutorial, I’m going to show you how to add a url channel in your adsense account to keep track of your earnings from your blog.

    1. Firstly, please make sure you have added your Google Adsense id into your site. You can get your adsense id by going to “My Account” tab and it’s right below the page. It would look something like “pub-3866787940076112”
    2. Next, go your adsense account and under “Adsense Account” , click “Channels
    3. channelNext click on “URL Channel


  • Now click on “Add New URL channels“. This action would open up a box just underneath this menu


  • Now all you need to do is just add your blog url or any site for that matter that has adsense so that all income from that url would be tracked. In my case it would be : and click the “Add Channels” button.
  • You’re done! Enjoy tracking and if you want to earn just like me.. join me there ok..



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Thursday, December 10, 2009

mpgI woke up today to start dropping my EC and noticed that MPG had a new post. I was able to only leave one comment when the whole page turned white. I refreshed and still the same problem persisted. I tried different browsers and still no luck. Then I checked Mariuca’s other blog and saw that there were some comments between her and Roxy about the issue, who was also having the same problem. Thinking that it was a random Blogspot problem, I didn’t think anymore about it again and just wait it out.

So when Mariuca woke up today and still found her blog down with white blank pages, we got to chatting and I started to google the issue. I found a forum that she also had found and we both noticed about the issue being rectified by removing a code from a paid to blog program called payingpost. I immediately set to task to check her template and true enough the code was there.

After removal, the MPG is once again her beautiful self :)


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Tuesday, March 03, 2009

When ECL came to me saying that she had post disappear from her main page, I was concerned for two things. One, that was my template and two, it was my coding.. but as I couldn’t replicate the situation, I was unable to solve the problem and each time I hop over to her site, everything was just fine and dandy.

Then as I was surfing today to another site that I had tweaked, I encountered the problem. Now this was a concern so I played around with the site a bit, click on some archived post and when that appeared, I knew there was something wrong. Was it really my coding? I just don’t know what it was. Then I hopped on to another site (this one I had not touched before) and the same thing happened. So I knew it must be Blogger! Phew! It was not my coding after all but still I had no real workaround until I found a solution at this site.

So basically a simple workaround to this problem is :

  1. Go to your Blogger Dashboard
  2. Click Edit on any Blog Posts element
  3. Click Save without changing anything
  4. That should do the trick

There are also reports on the Blogger support group on Google that publishing a new post helps as well.

I hope that helps somewhat till Blogger comes up with some real solutions ;)


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Sunday, November 16, 2008

I’ve known for some time now that blogger or blogspot does their own domain sale. You can easily find this option by going to your dashboard >> settings> publishing. However what I did not know was that they were offering USD10 for a domain name plus a private domain registration and that means your private data will be not visible when people do a whois search. I personally don’t mind it but for you who might, this is a great add on. Godaddy actually charge you something like USD9 for this. Blogger would also do all the necessary blog forwarding so no hassle there. What I am not sure is how the dashboard would look like and how easy it would be if you decide to change your platform later, say to wordpress for instance.

That being said, I am very comfortable with GoDaddy and forwarding can be done in a matter of steps as I would highlight below:

Let me first congratulate you on your wonderful new domain. It is a wonderful and exhilarating experience as I’m sure my BFF, Mariuca, who just earlier today did her own move, can attest to :)…

This short tutorial is for those of you who, like me, actually prefer the blogger platform to wordpress simply because of its ease of use [though I’m sure lots of wordpress user might dispute.. but hey.. lets agree to disagree ok ]…:)

Ok.. once you bought your domain…make sure now you are on the GoDaddy dashboard that looks like this:

  1. Look for “Forwarding” and click on that.
  2. On the next page, click on “Enable Forwarding
  3. In the first box, enter the text “ where” “xxx’ is your domain name. Don’t forget the “www”
  4. Click on “301 Move permanently
  5. Enter save.
  6. This process might take a while so it’s best to get it out of the way first
  7. Next click on “Total DNS Control and MX Records
  8. This would bring you to another screen where you will see all your domain information
  9. In the second table, “CNAMES”, look under the “Host” for “www”
  10. Follow the line to the right and click on the pencil icon
  11. The next message that would appear next is a warning. Just ignore that and click yes
  12. In the first box now the letters “www” should already be there
  13. In the “Points to Host Name” box replace the “@” with the text:
  14. Click: OK
  15. And we are done on GoDaddy side.

Now off to the blogspot side:

  1. From your dashboard, go to Settings>>Publishing
  2. Click on “Custom Domain”
  3. Click on “Switch to Advance Settings”
  4. In the Domain box, enter your new domain name so that it would show:
  5. Very important : Do not forget the “www”
  6. Click on Save settings

You are now done! Now that wasn’t too painful right?

What you have done is basically forward your existing blog at blogspot to the new domain you have bought! So blogging is as what you are used to before the redirect. No changes at all. All you have to do now is change your feed url and your technorati link.

Let me know if you have any questions ok :)

PS: It’s Music Monday tomorrow.. have you got your song ready?? Come and grab the code at midnight here if you are participating ok :)

Till then….


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Friday, June 27, 2008

I was just over at Amanda’s blog where she gave a tutorial on how to add a comment form beneath your blog post, something like what wordpress bloggers can do. As much as I would love to have this feature in my blog, I can’t help but miss the pop up comment box where we are able to see smilies, bold, italize and even put links easily without having to remember the html code for it. Those that installed Greasemonkey would know what I am referring to and those that don’t, please do check out my tutorial here. I’ve also noticed that with this new commenting method, commenters are not able to subscribe to the comments so much so that if I were to comment at your blog, I will NOT be notified of any responses from you as there is no option for subscription. I have truly enjoyed this feature as I believe it really encourages interactiveness with my commenters and I will sorely miss it.

Anyhow, it is really great that Blogger is listening to the wants of its members and for that, kudos. I tried this new feature over at my food blog and if you’re interested to see what it looks like just go over ok. Just click comment on any one of the post there and scroll down..

And for those that want to add this new feature to their blog, head on over to Amanda’s blog. She gave a great tutorial. Just note though that the url address for your draft blogger is


Ok now excuse me while I move some of my office furniture around. See you in a bit biggrin


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Tuesday, April 08, 2008

I did a similar entry on how we can get smilies going on our blogspot blog not too long ago (yesterday to be exact razz).. then as I was surfing to see if there was an easier way to do it.. what did I find??


But this is only for you if you have firefox and installed greasemonkey before though evil . If before I’ve blogged about how you can “see” smilies in your comments, now you can include smilies in your blog entry! Just follow the steps below ok smile

  1. Install Firefox
  2. Install Greasemonkey
  3. Download and install this script for the Basic Smilies
  4. Then if you like you can download and install this script for Funny Smileys
  5. Go to Layout section of your blog and click Edit HTML subtab . Now add this CSS code above ]]></b:skin>
    img.emoticon {
    padding: 0;
    margin: 0;
    border: 0;
  6. Note: You will only see these smilies in “Compose” Mode. Also for some reason, according to the developer, the emoticon would always be at the bottom of the page no matter where you put your cursor. Easy solution? Just drag and drop where you want the smilies to begelakguling

The result of all these work would be:


Love me yet?? …:inlove:

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PS:2 Like my find? Buy me coffee ok :)

Edited: I know that although some readers have no problem installing this hack, there are some that were not successful using this tutorial. So here’s another tutorial that might help :)

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Sunday, April 06, 2008

We all love some fun in our blog entries right ? And what better way to get that than having some smiley faces on them. I think with wordpress this comes in the the form of plug-ins but in our dear blogspot, we have to improvise..

Here’s how you get all these smilies on your own blog entries:

  1. I got all these smilies from our very own yahoo messenger site. Go ahead, click on the picture and you’ll know exactly where they are hosted.

  2. Choose which smiley you want. Right click on that smiley and copy the image location
  3. You need this code in your blog entry. Replace the “xxx” with the link you just copied

  4. Click preview and there you have it.. Mr Smiley to brighten your entry
  5. Oh by the way, if you find a smiley that you like and it’s not hosted at the YM site, you can always copy the image, host it at photobucket or even your own googlepages and make use of the same procedure to display it here on your blog entry

PS: Per my best buddy, GP’s, Special Request.. here your fav smiley dearie…

Cheerio …

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