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How to Increase Adsense Income

Google Adsense is the most easy way to generate ad revenue from your blog. But if it should be well utilized and manged. Here are some tips How to Increase Adsense Income: Mentioned here are the simple ways to increase your Adsense Revenue: 1. Place banner on top Always remember that the first impressions is […]


How to Change PHP Settings

Sometimes while we programming with PHP we require to change some php.ini settings. so how to change php settings, There are several ways. Using php.ini Using .htaccess file Using ini_set() function Using php.ini In this method we should have direct access of php.ini file, in which you can make change in settigs and restart the […]

PHP How to Upload Large Files

There is always a need to upload large files in our application, With PHP how to upload large files is the main topic here, Initially, PHP have default 2MB file limit for upload, So we have to change that setting to allow application to upload larger files than 2MB. How we change this, there are […]

Check out this new review site for massage listings

We came across a new web service for those that are feeling naughty in their city. RubRatings (NSFW) is a body rub listing and review site for users in major US cities. It appears to collect listings from other sources as well as provide a portal for providers to list their services. We gave it […]

How to Make and Submit Google Sitemap

Now days Google Sitemap is very primary thing which need to do for site promotion in google search engine. This is the fast way to get indexed your site in Google. Google Sitemap is the special format which tells google the name of URLs, recent modifications on each page of your site. This must be […]

How to Change The Value of a PHP Setting

You can apply custom PHP settings on a per-folder basis using a local php.ini file. For example, you need register_globals set to Off in a directory. For this purpose you should log in your cPanel and go to the File Manager. There navigate to the directory where you’d like this setting applied. In this directory […]