Alex King one of Wordpress.org team unveiles the Wordpress Help Center (WPHC) affiliate program.
There are two types of affiliates offered.
First type, affiliate for everyone: Anyone can earn referral money by registering as an affiliate and sending people to the WordPress HelpCenter."
Second type, affiliate for authors of wordpress plugins and themes.
Register all your plugins and themes. Whenever we provide support for a registered plugin or theme, the affiliate developer receives a payment.
Get Paid, $1 Per Event
(1) Each time wp provide paid support on one of your registered plugins or themes, that is an event (applied for authors of wp plugins / themes only).
(2) Referrals with your affiliate code (even if the support is for something besides one of your plugins or themes) are also events (applied to everyone, could be the first and second type).
* A user comes to your site looking for plugin support, and is directed to the WordPress HelpCenter from your affiliate badge.
* If that user chooses to get paid support from the WordPress HelpCenter, you would receive $2 ($1 for the referral, and $1 because we provided support for a plugin you registered with us).
In short, even if you are not using a self-hosted wordpress, you are still able to earn by referring people to WPHC by putting the badge in your blog or your email.
Join the WP affiliate here! and read more details about it here!
Facebook Import Notes
How to Import a blog content (via feed / RSS) to Facebook as status. You can import part of your blog's content to add your blog's visibility and traffic into Facebook using Facebook import notes facility. Here's how:
Import Notes Application in Facebook Profile
1. After login to your Facebook -> Account Settings -> Notes
2. Click on 'Import a blog'
3. Type in the URL feed of your blog example http://www.fatihsyuhud.com/feed/ or Feedburner feed, example, http://feeds.feedburner.com/fatihsyuhud and Check the "agreement".
4. Click on “Confirm Import” at the bottom of the preview. DONE.
Import Notes Application in Facebook Pages
Assuming you have a Facebook Page. If no, create one first.
1. After login to Facebook, visit your Page. Example, http://www.facebook.com/pages/Fatih-Syuhud/66734097585
2. Edit Pages -> Applications -> Notes -> Edit ->
3. Import a blog -> enter blog feed / RSS. Example, http://www.fatihsyuhud.com/feed/ or http://feeds.feedburner.com/fatihsyuhud
4. Check the "By entering a URL, you represent that you have the right to permit us"
5. Confirm Import. Done.
Notes: This import notes facility can only import one blog into facebook. If you want to import more than one blog into Facebook, use RSS apps instead (look at here for simple tutorial).
See the live demo at my Facebook profile
How to create an image link, that's an image which is clickable? Simple. Just copy & paste this code:
<img src="http://fatihsyuhud.googlepages.com/blog-indonesia.gif" border="0" alt="Fatih Syuhud"> </a>
1. Change the URL link example http://fatihsyuhud.com into yours or whatever URL link you want put
2. Change the image link example http://fatihsyuhud.googlepages.com/blog-indonesia.gif into your own.
Internet Explorer Shortcuts
Related tips can be found here.
Viewing and Exploring Web Pages
Shortcut keys for viewing and exploring web pagesTo do this: Press this:
Display Help. F1
Toggle between full-screen and regular views of the browser window. F11
Move forward through the items on a Web page, the Address bar, or the Links bar. TAB
Move back through the items on a Web page, the Address bar, or the Links bar. SHIFT+TAB
Go to your Home page. ALT+HOME
Go to the next page. ALT+RIGHT ARROW
Go to the previous page. ALT+LEFT ARROW or BACKSPACE
Display a shortcut menu for a link. SHIFT+F10
Move forward through frames and browser elements (only works if tabbed browsing is disabled). CTRL+TAB or F6
Move back between frames (only works if tabbed browsing is disabled). SHIFT+CTRL+TAB
Scroll toward the beginning of a document. UP ARROW or SHIFT+SPACE
Scroll toward the end of a document. DOWN ARROW or SPACE
Scroll toward the beginning of a document in larger increments. PAGE UP
Scroll toward the end of a document in larger increments. PAGE DOWN
Move to the beginning of a document. HOME
Move to the end of a document. END
Find on this page. CTRL+F
Refresh the current Web page. F5
Refresh the current Web page, even if the time stamp for the Web version and your locally stored version are the same. CTRL+F5
Stop downloading a page. ESC (the Escape key)
Open a New Website or Page. CTRL+O
Open a new window. CTRL+N
Close the current window (if you only have one tab open). CTRL+W or ALT+F4
Save the current page. CTRL+S
Print the current page or active frame. CTRL+P
Activate a selected link. ENTER
Open the Search bar. CTRL+E
Open the Favorites bar. CTRL+I
Open the History bar. CTRL+H
Open the Feeds bar. CTRL+J
Open the Page Menu. ALT+P
Open the Tools Menu. ALT+T
Open the Help Menu. ALT+H
Working with Tabs
Shortcut keys for working with Tabs
To do this:
Open links in a new tab in the background. CTRL+click
Open links in a new tab in the foreground. CTRL+SHIFT+click
Open a new tab in the foreground CTRL+T
Switch between tabs. CTRL+TAB or CTRL+SHIFT+TAB
Close current tab (or current window if tabbed browsing is disabled). CTRL+W or ALT+F4
Open a new tab in the foreground from the Address bar.. ALT+ENTER
Switch to a specific tab number. CTRL+n (where n is a number between 1 and 8)
Switch to the last tab. CTRL+9
Close other tabs. CTRL+ALT+F4
Toggle quick tabs (thumbnail view) on or off CTRL+Q
Shortcut keys for using Zoom
To do this:
Increase zoom (+ 10%) CTRL+PLUS SIGN
Decrease zoom (- 10%) CTRL+MINUS SIGN
Zoom to 100% CTRL+0 (zero)
Shortcut keys for using search
To do this:
Go to the search box. CTRL+E
Open your search query in a new tab. ALT+ENTER
Open the search provider menu. CTRL+DOWN ARROW
Using Print Preview
Shortcut keys for using print preview
To do this:
Set printing options and print the page. ALT+P
Change paper, headers and footers, orientation and margins for this page. ALT+U
Display the first page to be printed. ALT+HOME
Display the previous page to be printed. ALT+LEFT ARROW
Type the number of the page you want displayed. ALT+A
Display the next page to be printed. ALT+RIGHT ARROW
Display the last page to be printed. ALT+END
Specify how you want frames to print (this option is available only if you are printing a web page that uses frames). ALT+F
Close Print Preview. ALT+C
Using the Address Bar
Shortcut keys for using the address barTo do this: Press this:
Go to the Address bar to type in a web address (U.R.L.), selecting any text already there. ALT+D
Display a list of addresses you've typed. F4
When in the Address bar, move the cursor left to the next logical break in the address (period or slash). CTRL+LEFT ARROW
When in the Address bar, move the cursor right to the next logical break in the address (period or slash). CTRL+RIGHT ARROW
Add "www." to the beginning and ".com" to the end of the text typed in the Address bar. CTRL+ENTER
Move forward through the list of AutoComplete matches. UP ARROW
Move back through the list of AutoComplete matches. DOWN ARROW
Opening Internet Explorer Toolbar Menus
Shortcut keys for opening Internet Explorer toolbar menusTo do this: Press this:
Open the Home menu. ALT+M
Open the Print menu. ALT+R
Open the RSS menu. ALT+J
Open the Tools menu. ALT+O
Open the Help menu. ALT+L
Working with Feeds, History, and Favourites
Shortcut keys for Feeds, History, and FavouritesTo do this: Press this:
Add the current page to your favourites. CTRL+D
Open the Organize Favourites dialogue box. CTRL+B
Move selected item up in the Favourites list in the Organize Favourites dialogue box. ALT+UP ARROW
Move selected item down in the Favourites list in the Organize Favourites dialogue box. ALT+DOWN ARROW
Open the Favourites centre. ALT+A
Open the Favourites centre and display your favourites. CTRL+I
Open the Favourites centre and display your history. CTRL+H
Open the Favourites centre and display your web feeds. CTRL+J
Open Add to Favourites menu. ALT+Z
Display all feeds (when in feed view). ALT+I
Mark a feed as read (when in feed view). ALT+M
Put cursor in Search box in feed view. ALT+S
Shortcut keys for editingTo do this: Press this:
Remove the selected items and copy them to the Clipboard. CTRL+X
Copy the selected items to the Clipboard. CTRL+C
Insert the contents of the Clipboard at the selected location. CTRL+V
Select all items on the current Web page. CTRL+A
Using the Information Bar
Shortcut keys for using the Information bar