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Thursday, May 12, 2011

FAQ: Animated gif images

Guest post: Animated gif images

Uploading animated gif images to Blogger

Thursday, November 11, 2010

Restore deleted comments, post, blog & Google account

Below are the various posts which covers recovering deleted comments, deleted blog post, deleted blog and deleted Google or gmail account

Restore deleted comments

How to recover deleted comments

Restore deleted blog post

How to recover from unintended delete problem
How to recover deleted blog post

Restore deleted blog

How to recover deleted blog
Get back blog accidentally deleted

Restore deleted Google or gmail account

Restore deleted Google or gmail account
Google account deleted: What to do
Google account deleted, cannot access blog: What to do

FAQ: Youtube & Google video and

Below are all the posts related to video and

Video tutorial: uploading a video with
Embed video in a blog post
Resizing Youtube video to fit the main column or sidebar
Embed video in the sidebar
Create and embed Youtube video playlist
Uploading video direct in post editor video upload icon and the old post editor

Thursday, August 12, 2010

HTML & XML sitemap - what difference by Matt Cutts

Matt Cutts says Google like both HTML sitemap and XML sitemap, but if you can only do one, choose HTML sitemap. Listen to what he has to say about that in the video or skip to the transcript if you are in a hurry:

Transcript of the video in case you have no time to listen to the whole video:

Raj, India: HTML sitemap versus XML Sitemap. Which one is yummy for Google search engine spider?

Matt Cutts: They are both yummy. It's like delicious apples and wonderful oranges. We (Google) really, really like them both. With XML sitemaps, we don't guarantee that we'll crawl the pages from those, but they can help us to discover new pages. HTML sitemap can definitely help us. So you have a link to your root page and then if you have an HTML sitemap, we can, by crawling those links, find the rest of the pages on your site. In addition, users like it because sometimes they want to find out what's all the stuff going on in your site and they want to say, "Oh, you know what? I just want to skip right to this portion. Help me find out where this part of the site is."

So if you could only implement one, somebody had a gun to your head and they were like, "You could only do one type of sitemap." I'd start with HTML because that's really useful for both users and search engines. But if you have time and it's really not hard because the XML sitemap can be as simple as one URL per line in a text file, which is not that hard to generate. If you can, it's nice to do both.

Friday, July 23, 2010

Friday, February 19, 2010

How to reset Google Apps administrator password

To reset any administrator password:
  1. Visit your control panel login page. The control panel login page is (Be sure to replace with your actual domain name.)
  2. Click 'I cannot access my account.'
  3. Click 'Reset your administrator password.'

Google Apps Control Panel reset admin password

The password reset process uses your account's secondary email address. If you don't have access to the secondary email address for your account, you can upload an HTML file or create a CNAME record to verify you own your domain and reset the admin password.

Need more help? More details on the reset admin password process