Beside emojis and memes, Graphics Interchange Format or better known as GIF is often used by social media user as a way of communicating. Most of the gifs are taken from tv shows, sports, or movies. For those of you who want to make gifs for more personal reason in the form of text or messages, the choice is to make your own gif using a photo editor like Gimp.
But, if you don’t want to be bothered because you have to learn to make gifs in Gimp, you can use Msgif. A web app that can convert messages into gifs.
The first step, you are given the option to choose a screen size and design style. The second step is where you write your message in the text area, but first you have to press the Record button. When finished, press the Create Gif button. Continue reading Msgif: Convert Message to Gif. →
When we create a new blog/website (business or personal), we want to get a good SERP (Search Engine Results Pages) index. One way to achieve that is our web must have a good SEO (Search Engine Optimization) performance. The first step you have to do is to verify website webmaster ownership with google search console.
If you use blogspot which actually owns by Google, then your blog will automatically be verified with Google Search Console. All you need to do is add your website as a new “property”. But, how about a self-hosted wordpress blog?. You must install the verification code provided by Google Search to your webpage. Continue reading How to Verify Website Webmaster Ownership. →
Around the beginning of April 2020, Twitter updated their explore trends feature by remove the choice of worldwide trends in the timeline. They tweeted that they are developing an explore feature which will later display more relevant content for various locations that users can choose from.
7 months running and there is no latest update of the trends feature that Twitter promised. We can no longer select the trends “worldwide” option on the explore location tab. The secret to bring back twitter worldwide trends option is to set it up via a tablet or smartphone that still has the old version of Twitter installed before the update after April 2020.
Fortunately, my old iPad 2, which is stuck with its ios 9 still has Twitter old version hahaha. So, just open the Twitter app on your tablet/smartphone, access the search/explore tab, click show more —> icon settings. Turn off “trends for you” and in the change location section, type worldwide. The choice will appear. Don’t forget to click Done. Continue reading Secret to Bring Back Twitter “Worldwide” Trends. →
I will open this post with: Never wait to updating the latest PHP version of your WordPress web. If a warning appears on the dashboard, it should be updated immediately, don’t be like me hahaha. So about 2 weeks ago I got a warning for the latest version of the php update. Then, I just ignored it, maybe because this blog still look good.
Well, last thursday there was a very significant decrease in traffic and an inaccessible admin page. The point is that my server is temporarily “unavailable”. Enough to make me panic anyway hehehe. The first guess is this caused by older php version that I still use and it turns out to be true. To update to the latest php version, we must do it through our hosting server. So please login first to your cpanel. By the way, I use hosting from Namecheap.
BackUp WordPress Blog with Softaculous:
To be honest there is no need to backup the wordpress web before updating the php version. But if you want to feel safer, there is no harm to do it. For backups I usually use Softaculous, an application installer that is available in-built from your hosting provider. Look for Softaculous Apps Installer and choose WordPress. If you have blogspot/blogger blog, here’s how to backup the content.
Continue reading How to Update the Latest PHP Version For WordPress Site. →