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A permanent URL is not necessarily a good thing. There are security implications, and obsolete short URLs remain in existence and may be circulated long after they cease to point to a relevant or even extant destination. Sometimes a short URL is useful simply to give someone over a telephone conversation for a one-off access or file download, and no longer needed within a couple of minutes.
Most importantly, though, a PDF looks the same no matter where you view it. This is what makes a PDF superior to a DOC when it comes to sharing and uploading. DOC files are easier to edit, but PDFs will stay uniform no matter where they show up.
A PDF file can have an infinite number of pages and be tens of megabytes in size. This can pose problems when it comes to uploading that file. Depending on how big it is, you might not even be able to email it.
Shrinking or compressing the PDF could solve this problem. Many PDFs are much heavier than they need to be when it comes to hard drive space. By running a heavy PDF through a compression tool, you could not only save space but also make it possible to upload or email that file.
Looking for the awesome Twitter Archive Eraser? It has a new home now, download it from: (previous url -Archive-Eraser/) Old post:Until very recently, there was no obvious way to access your old tweets. In fact, Twitter imposes a limit of 3200 tweets (the more recent ones that is) that an application can access. This means also that you cannot delete your old tweets. Several tools exist to help you delete your old tweets but, according to my experiments, most of them do not work properly due to Twitter API's limitations.Last week however, Twitter enabled the option for users to download their whole archive of tweets, which contains among other things the IDs of all the tweets of a user, the exact piece of information that can be used to wipe out any tweet.I have developed a simple application called "Twitter Archive Eraser" that helps you delete the oldest tweets from your timeline, or wipe out the whole archive too if you would like so.The application is the simplest possible, it works in 3 steps: authenticate Twitter, select which tweets you want to delete, wipe them out.Step 1In this step, you give access to Twitter Archive Eraser to your twitter account so that it can delete the tweets you select. This works by providing a Pin number that twitter provides after authentication.Step 2After you download your twitter archive (from ) and extract it (to C:\Twitter_archive for example), you choose which tweets from your archive to delete. The tweets in the Twitter archive are grouped by month, ie. all the tweets of a month are stored in the same file.These files are found in [your Twitter archive path]\data\js\tweets.For instance, to delete the tweets from September 2009 you choose the file 2009_09.js.Step 3Once you have selected the correct files, you are now presented with all the tweets contained in these files. By default, all the tweets are marked for deletion, if you want to keep any specific tweets, you uncheck them as shown in the following picture. One you hit "erase selected tweets" button, there is no going back (unless you force the app to exit!).You can find the code of the application on github: -Archive-Eraser. All the Twitter logic is done using the excellent LinqToTwitter library.Requirements:.NET Framework 4.0.Download from: (previous url -Archive-Eraser/)
In terms of tools, there are some great sites that handle URL shortening, including full analytics and archives of everything you shorten. For these services (and for URL shortening in general), your URL is replaced by a new domain (e.g., buffer.com changes to bit.ly), and the permalink is replaced by a string of numbers and/or letters (e.g., buffer.com/resources/tiktok-seo changes to bit.ly/3jeYi05/).
In the vast majority of cases, the solution is to properly reinstall isdone.dll on your PC, to the Windows system folder. Alternatively, some programs, notably PC games, require that the DLL file is placed in the game/application installation folder.
I am having this problem with the California EDD UI Online Unemployment site... I can not file a new claim or get into my account. I've deleted cache, looked at the certificate, tried to make an exception for the website, and nothing is working. is the site and "Secure Connection Failed
And with half of your visitors likely using a mobile device, delivering optimal image file formats & sizes is critical. Otherwise, your hard-earned traffic decreases, and your Google rankings eventually drop too.
Lowering file sizes while maintaining acceptable quality is the primary goal of optimizing images for website performance. Smaller files lead to faster page loads and improved user-experience & SEO.
This is not a scenario where we need to double the image dimensions for retina screens, because that would create huge 5000px images (with large file sizes as well, not to mention the risks of image theft).
Restricting the image dimensions like this will keep the file size reasonably small, resulting in a faster image loads (if the slideshow allows navigating between images using side arrows, bullets, swiping on mobile or keyboard arrows on desktop):
Only when you start to go lower than 50-60%, do you start getting visible artifacts due to the high file compression. But between 100 and 70-80, the quality difference is unnoticeable, while the difference in image file size is enormous.
Instead of using JPG, any graphics that contain areas of solid color (created by you in Photoshop or other tools online) could be better saved in other lossless file formats (with absolutely no perceived visual differences). PNG, SVG, and GIF formats can work well in such cases.
You have to test this out yourself, on a per-image basis. Always try to use lossless file formats (like PNG or GIF) when you can get smaller file sizes. But like I said, this only holds true for graphics with solid colors. Whenever you try this same experiment with a regular photo (taken with your camera), JPG usually wins (by a lot).
But even when going for a lossless compression type, where the results are pixel-identical to your original images, these tools can reduce file sizes as much as possible, along with many other useful features that help make your website faster.
There are several tutorials online, claiming to unlock zip passwords instantly using a tool called Nullsoft Scriptable Install System aka NSIS. But whether the claims are true or not is totally a different thing. So here is the truth, NSIS cannot be used to unlock encrypted zip files.
Exactly! NSIS is not a password cracker as Philipp points out, but instead, it is used to build installers. NSIS contains a zip to exe builder tool, so you can create a self-extracting zip file using this technique. As demonstrated in other tutorials, the encrypted zip file is converted to exe using this method. When the executable file is run, it always extracts the files from the protected zip except for one thing. The extracted files are always zero KiloBytes! The latest versions of NSIS prevents importing encrypted zip files altogether.
fcrackzip is a command-line utility for cracking password-protected zip files. It supports both dictionary attack and brute-force attack plus a number of options to customise. fcrackzip can be executed by running fcrackzip [options] file
The time taken to recover your lost zip file password is directly or perhaps exponentially proportional to the length and complexity of the password. Try howsecureismypassword.net to approximate the time required to brute-force a password of given length and character set.
You can disable revisions from your site altogether. All you need to do is add the following code to your wp-config.php file. As before, ensure that you add this snippet above the line where ABSPATH is defined.
Finding the right scanned model to work with when considering file formats, model completeness, licensing and attribution, and other factors can sometimes make 3D printing a scanned model tricky. Check out our tutorial to help you navigate these considerations.