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Quick calculations in Web Browsers

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2 + 2 = 4, Oh great, You and me both knows it and some web browsers knows it too. You might know that Google supports quick calculations in website. For example: If you search “2 + 2” in google then a Calculator will appear and give you the result.

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In the above image, You can see, there is a calculator which have already done the calculation, which we want. It’s very useful because in some seconds, you will get the answer. You can ask many more questions and it’ll try to answer.

So how to get answers directly from the web browsers instead of going to Google?

Note: This trick should only work if you are connected to the Internet.

If you are using Google Chrome, Then You can directly write your query in Address Bar and it’ll quickly show you the answer.

If you are using Mozilla Firefox, Then you’ve to select Default search engine to Google and after that You can directly get answers from the search box.

If you are using Opera, Same as Firefox, First you’ve to select Google as Default Search Engine and then you can directly get answers  from the Address Bar.

Many commands you can try:
  • (188 - 88) / 10 * 18
  • Hours in a day
  • minutes in a week
  • 10 miles in km
  • 1 second to millisecond

So here is a video which will show you practically how to implement this trick:

I’ve written this because this trick seems much cool to me and I use it mostly to not get out of the track of my browser. If you are also enjoying doing this and/or want to suggest anything then please drop your thoughts in the comments.

If it’s not working then make sure that you’re connected to the Internet. If the previous reason don’t solve your problem, then you should update your browser to the latest version. Or anything else then let me know in the comments.

WhatsApp finally released a feature to access WhatsApp from the Web/Computer

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As written on the title “WhatsApp finally released Its web client”. Actually it’s not the Native Application because you can only access it from the Google Chrome Browser. (As time of writing this article) So the only question might be coming in your mind is that “How can I access/use it from the Web/Desktop/Computer?”

OK I’ve written the steps below.
  1. Make sure You’ve updated your WhatsApp Application. (The version listed on my Xperia after updating the application is 2.11.505. So I guess at least 2.11.505 version is necessary in Android device to access WhatsApp Web feature.)
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  2. When you open the application after updating it ... You should see there a new option in that hamburger Menu/in Option(s) Menu named “WhatsApp Web” in your mobile Device.
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  3. Tap on “WhatsApp Web” (Make sure that you are connected to the internet) … Now you will see some information like Visit on your computer and scan the QR code and You can also see a QR code scanning box is there.
  4. So, now start Google Chrome on your Computer, go to ... Give it some time to load the page.
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  5. After page completed loading you can see there is a QR Code, Scan that QR Code from your Mobile Device and now Your WhatsApp should be successfully synced with WhatsApp Web Client.

Advantages of WhastApp Web:

  • You can directly upload images from the Computer… No need to transfer big files to Mobile device and then sending it.
  • Obviously you can chat faster because you can type via physical keyboard.
  • It will notify you of new messages via Chrome Notification Feature so that you’ll not miss any message when Google Chrome running as a Background App.
  • You can directly Log out from all computers via the mobile device so that if you ever missed to log out from Computer and left the place but want to log out from that computer then this feature can be useful.

Disadvantages of WhatsApp Web:

  • If you disconnect your mobile device from the Internet then the Web Client will stop working too.
  • iPhone isn't supported. (Till now) As stated in WhatsApp official blogpostUnfortunately for now, we will not be able to provide web client to our iOS users due to Apple platform limitations.
  • You can’t see/change in Settings of your WhatsApp Account.
  • Till now Only Google Chrome Browser is supported for WhatsApp Web Client. (Although I guess that Chromium/Blink based browsers are supported. For Example Opera is supported for WhatApp Web. FYI I tested Opera V27.0 Version in Windows 8.)
  • No feature added to directly send recorded audio from the Computer. (Although you can live record and Send audio from the Computer)
Another disadvantage which you may know is that You can’t directly open WhatsApp account from, You must have to open it in your mobile device to use WhatsApp Web Client.

Also Read: Whatsapp Privacy Basics You Should Know

I personally like the UI of WhatsApp Web. The Color Combination, Emojies support, Animation is just awesome. One thing I doubt is that You can see your Profile Picture and Status but can’t change it. Anyway here is direct link to Official WhatsApp Web FAQ.

So, Here it’s. If you find any difficulties while configuring this then please drop it in comments below. 

Basics of HTML Meta Tags You should know

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Being a blogger user i strongly recommend to have meta tags for your website, page or content. This meta tags are playing increasingly important role in maintain SEO.
HTML Meta tags are officially page data tags that lie between the open and closing head tags in the HTML code of a document.
 The text in these tags is not displayed, but parse able and tells the browsers (or other web services) specific information about the page. Simply, it “explains” the page so a browser can understand it.

Here's a code example of Meta tags:

<title>Not a Meta Tag, but required anyway </title>
<meta name="description" content="Description Here" />
<meta http-equiv="content-type" content="text/html;charset=UTF-8" />

Live Example
Just right click over any part of this webpage and click view page source and you will get to know that Meta tags are below head tag.

Meta tags can get your website description and all that for search engine.
The Description Meta Tag

This is what the description tag looks like:

< Meta name="description" content="Your Description Here" />

Ideally, your description should be no longer than 155 characters (including spaces). However, check the search engine results page (SERP) of choice to confirm this. Some are longer and some are shorter. This is only a rule of thumb, not a definite “best practice” anymore.

The “description” Meta tag helps websites in two important ways:

“Description” tells the search engine what your page or site is about: For the search engine to understand what your page is about, you need to write a good description. When Google's algorithm decides a description is badly written or inaccurate, it will replace that description with its own version of what is on the page.
Wouldn't you prefer to describe your site to potential customers or visitors using your own words rather than leaving it in Google's artificial hands?

“Description” helps with click through rates to your site: Writing a good description not only helps keep Google from rewriting it, but also helps you get good more people clicking through to your site. A well-written description not only tells users what is on your page, but also entices them to visit your site. A description is what shows up here in the search engine results. It is like good window dressing. Sites with poor descriptions will get fewer clicks through and the search engines will demote your site in favor of other sites.
Two other quick Guides on Meta description tags:

Empty Descriptions:
Can a description be empty? Yes. When it is empty Google and Bing will fill it in for you. In fact, sometimes (e.g., for blogs) you may prefer Google's or Bing's version.
(Personally though, I always fill it in whenever possible, preferring my version to theirs, but if you have a small staff, this isn't always practical.)

Don't use full quotation marks (“”) in your description. It will likely cut off your description. Use single quotes to avoid this issue.
For your websites, write a Meta tag is easy these days.

Facebook’s OpenGraph tags
Facebook’s OpenGraph allows you to specify metadata to optimize how your content appears in a user’s timeline when they share your link. The added benefit of using this data is that by creating an “Edge” in Facebook you can obtain some fantastic data about the users checking out your content via Facebook Insights.
If you don’t use Open Graph tags Facebook will default to standard metadata.

  1. og:title –This is the title of the piece of content. You should use this as a headline that will appeal to the Facebook audience. It is completely ok to use a different title than the one on the actual site as long as the message is ultimately the same. You have 95 characters to work with

    <meta property=”og:title” content=”Creative Blogging Tips is Awesome”/>
  2. og:type – This shows the type of object your webpage is. For your purposes it will usually be blog, website, article etc...

    <Meta property=”og:type” content=”article”/>
  3. og:image -This is the image that Facebook will show in the screenshot of the content. Be sure to specify a square image to ensure the best visibility in a user’s timeline. If you don’t specify an image at all you are left to the mercy of the user to pick which image represents your content based on what Facebook can fetch. That is typically not good to catch attraction from viewers.

    <meta property=”og:image” content=”Image Url goes here”/>
  4. og:url– This is simply the URL of the page. You should specify this especially if you have duplicate content issues to make sure the value of the edge in Facebook is consolidated into one URL.

    <meta property=”og:url” content=”Url Goes Here”/>
  5. og:description -This is the description Facebook will show in the screenshot of the piece of content. Just like the standard Meta description it should be catchy and contain a call to action, but in this case you have nearly twice the number of characters to work with. Make sure this too speaks to the Facebook audience.

    <meta property=”og:description” content=”Some Eye-catching description goes here”/>
  6. fb:admins – This metatag is critical for getting access to the wealth of data made available via Facebook Insights. You simply have to specify the Facebook User IDs in the metadata of those users you want to have access.
Link for Facebook Insights documentation.

<meta property=”fb:admins” content=”USER_ID”/>

For any doubts, Feel free to drop in comments below.

How to take backup of your blogger blog

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Backup is useful when we lost our data or go to specifically in blogger blog topic then we can say that If you ever doing some tweaking to your template and something else goes wrong or system hangs then you should first restore the exported backup and then start over or you may lost your changed or probably your whole blog template.

There are two types of backup in Blogger Blog. First is Template Backup and second is the whole Blog Backup. I am going to show you technique to take both types of backup, So that you can keep your blog safe as much as you can. And this technique will be easy for all of you whose blog is hosted on Blogger.

1. Taking backup of your Blogger Blog’s Template

- Sign in to blogger and then Navigate to your blog’s Template tab of which one you want to backup.
- Then Click on Backup / Restore button.
- A dialogue will appear in which you’ll find a link to download full template via a button named Download full template.
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- After clicking the button your Blog’s template should be downloaded successfully.

2. Taking Backup of your Whole Blogger Blog
- Navigate to your blog’s Settings tab of which one you want to backup.
- Then you’ve to navigate to Other(Submenu in Settings tab).
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- Here you can see three types of options for your Blog Tools: Import Blog, Export Blog and Delete Blog, You just have to click on Export Blog option to backup your blog, after clicking, it will confirm you to download the blog. So you’ve to click Download Blog button to download your whole Blogger Blog.
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- So your blog should be started to download in XML Format. Which should be named blog-Month-Day-Year.xml.

I’ve also mentioned above the other two options in Blog Tools which are Import Blog and Delete Blog. Import Blog is used to restore the backup of the whole Blog and Delete Blog is used to delete the whole Blog. As you may know that if you want to Import Blog then make sure that You’ve already taken back up of one of your Blogger Blog via above technique or if you’re blogging in any other blogging platform then you might have to follow different steps to take back up of that blog. So for that, you should just Google it.

So, After taking the successful backup via the above technique, Keep it in safe place so that it will be only used by you because you’re the owner of your backup. Some persons prefer to store backup in Cloud Drives like Dropbox or Google Drive or Microsoft OneDrive etc. You can store there too if you want to. I prefer to take backup of the Template and the whole Blog near every 15 – 20 days. If I’ve done some big changes to my Blog then I will take backup that day.

There is a video on Youtube uploaded by Blogger on Import and export your blog

Also Read: Generate Strong and Unique Passwords using a tool called Secure Passwords

So it’s my story. I want to know your views about this thing in the comments below.

A Proud Winning of Mr. Yash Mandaliya who is the founder of SeeBeeTee

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On last Friday (12th Dec '14), There has been a competition held at Chennai, India about Ford Company's staff. Mr. Yash gone through the process of competition and at near 8:15 PM(on the Friday), That was the time when the result of the competition was being announced.

And that was also the time when Yash got tremendous feeling after listening to this statement:

Yash Mandaliya is the winner on Service Adviser Designation at First position in Ford India.

After listening to this statement He just finally succeeded his dream of being the number one Service Adviser at Ford India. And then He messaged his Father, me and all the Family members and we all are feeling very proud about him.

That is also a proud day for SeeBeeTee whose Founder won the First prize at Ford India. (on Service Adviser Designation)

Sharing a photo of him with Uma Sir [Vice President, Ford India (Cust.Service Division), On left] and Saurabh Sir [GM, SEO, Ford India, on right] who is awarding Yash (Center) with a prize.

So That's all. Thanks :)

Congrates Yash, 
from your Bro. Kaushalya with <3

Generate Strong and Unique Passwords using a tool called Secure Passwords

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Basically, we try to make our password easy to remember and sometimes we make a big mistake like using same password in many websites. Now if someone get your password from one account then he/she can get access to all your online accounts. It's good if we use Special characters, Numeric and Alphabet in our password. Thus, It might be very hard to remember the all passwords... Right?

So, Here I am going to show you a tool called Secure Passwords which is made by well-known blogger Amit Agarwal. Actually this tool is created long ago but I found it near one/two month ago so I am writing this article later.

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Why should you use this tool?

This tool is easy to use, works on mobile and tablet(on which JavaScript enabled).
Small size website so it’ll load faster on 2g, low network connections.
You’ve to remember only one password(secret key) in order to generate passwords.
It generates password in your browser/app so all the process is done on client side. Thus, The generated password neither saved nor transferred to the server.

How to use this Tool?

  1. Open your browser, go-to
  2. Enter your username for which you want to generate password. E.g.
  3. Then, Enter domain name in field “web domain” on which your account is. E.g. Google
  4. Enter “password length” as per your choice… I prefer 12 or more than it. E.g. 15
  5. Enter “secret key” which must be remembered by you in order to generate passwords. (The only key is necessary to remember while generating passwords) E.g. !MySup3rSecretK3Y
  6. Then, click on show password/hit Enter key.
  7. Now, you can see generated password which you’ve to copy and use for your account.

Note: You should never share your secret key with anyone. (and make sure that you are choosing the secret key strong by using Numeric, Alphabet and Special characters in it.)

Tip: There are some sites which requires you to change the password every month. In that case, You should just append the month and year to your secret key.
For Example:
On Dec, 14: !MySup3rSecretK3Ydec14
On Jan, 15: !MySup3rSecretK3Yjan15

More info about Secure Passwords

This tool using Bcrypt algorithm to generate passwords.
Which seems to be used by SuperGenPass and this is by Secure Passwords.
Amit(The creator of this Tool) uses this tool for his many online accounts. (As he says in Youtube Video which is embedded below)


There are 4 ways to generate passwords from this tool:

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Download the Android app.
Use Google Chrome Extension.
Download it offline and then open index.html in browser and then use it.

So, here it’s. It’s simple. Special Thanks to Amit Agarwal for making this awesome tool. This tool is open-source and the code is hosted in Github.

Note: We’re not promoting this tool. We like to give you information about this tool because we think that, this tool will be helpful to secure your online accounts. We’ve not tied up with Amit Agarwal at all. Anyway we appreciate his effort to make this awesome tool. Again Thanks Amit. :) So enjoy your life, stay secured.

Anything Missing? Just comment below.