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Oct 24

Download entire Youtube playlist in Windows OSX or Linux

By Osman | coding , tech

I am mainly a Linux kind of a guy because Linux is fast and powerful and doesn’t get viruses or Malware as easily as Windows does.  Here is a great tool I came across which will allow you to download all videos from any Youtube playlist.

download all youtube videos in Playlist

For Windows download:

https://yt-dl.org/latest/youtube-dl.exe

OS X users can install youtube-dl with Homebrew.

brew install youtube-dl

You can also use pip:

sudo pip install youtube-dl

Linux users:

After you install youtube-dl via terminal. Make sure that your Youtube playlist url looks like this http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLFDB3092A28437EEE

If it doesn’t look like that, Youtube-dl may end up downloading just one video. If you need to save all videos in an external drive or USB, you gotta cd (example cd /media/mint/whateverdrivename)

Sep 21

25 Weirdest Websites On The Internet

By Alex The Wonder Spud | Celebrities , coding , education , entertainment , Gaming , hard-reset , Music , News , Nintendo , tech , techlivewire , travel , Watch Dogs , Wordpress Themes

Want to see more weird websites? Visit here my extended post on weirdest internet sites.http://techlightspeed.com/544/25-weirdest-websites.html!

Alex here! Sorry I’ve been gone for such a long time! But stuff happened and I’m back so, without further a do, let’s get on to it! Here is the list of the top 25 weirdest, wackiest and funniest websites ever on the internet.

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Dec 31

How to ensure spam-proof stature of your WordPress site?

By MIke Swan | coding

Spam comments can easily inflict yours as well as your WordPress site’s reputation. In addition to this, it can even mortify your network and your computer system as a whole. The continuous growth in WordPress spamming has raised concerns for choosing the best spam blocking practices. Website owners across the globe are on a look out for result-proven means of blocking spam comments on their WordPress site’s posts/pages. Today, through this blog I intend to bring you effective guidelines that’ll aid you in protecting your WordPress website from the attack of spammers.

What all comes under WordPress spamming?

Spam can enter into just about anything that’s available on your WordPress website. There can be spam accounts, forums with spam comments, spam product orders and spam comments posted on the blogs published on your WordPress site. Out of all these areas within your site, that are prone to spamming attack, the most prominent one is the posts section. Whether the blogs/posts have been recently published or are old; spammers tend to discredit the post by penning down spam comments in the form of unsolicited advertising links to other sites, offensive views/opinions etc.
Now, I’ll walk you through best practices for blocking spam on your WordPress blog/website. Here’s the list of these practices:

Practice No.1- Turn off comments for your posts/pages
Comment thread (for a post) is a key area that’s targeted by spammers. An effective means of preventing spam in your comments is to turn off the comments. This method is definitely a magic wand for business-oriented websites that may tend to lose their positive online reputation due to a negative feedback or/and invalid support requests send in by spammers. You can follow the below mentioned three step process to turn off comments for your WordPress site.

Step 1- Login to your WordPress site as the webmaster (website administrator).
Step2- On the WordPress dashboard, go the Settings option in the left-menu and click on “Discussions” available within the fly-out menu. The screen displayed will look like this:

Step3- On the screen displayed after clicking “Discussions”, uncheck the option for Allow People to Post Comments on New Articles. Once you’re done with this, scroll down and click the “Save Changes” button. Clicking on “Save Changes” button will restrict a user (registered/un-registered) from posting comments on the articles that are published on your WordPress website.

Practice No.2- Restrict comments to only registered members of the website
Referring to the step 3 under Practice No.1, you may even choose to restrict comments for the site’s registered users. Doing this will allow the registered members to post their comments on articles published on your site. These comments will then require the website administrator’s approval for being featured under the respective article/blog.

Practice No.3- Enter a blacklist of words within the Comments Moderation section
As per the already explained Comments Moderation section, you may even choose to include a blacklist of words which when detected in the comment’s title, body, IP address, email or link will keep the comment’s approval process on hold. Doing this will definitely mean lesser consumption of efforts and time on your part.

Practice No.4- Disable comments for posts older than 100 days
Older posts are likely to be spammed more as compared to the ones that have been recently published. In an attempt to avoid this, you can opt for closing comments on posts that are older than 100 days or more. You can do this by simply going to your WordPress site’s Discussion setting section and closing comments for posts that are older than a specific duration of time.

Practice No.5- Block Registrations for your site
If your WordPress site doesn’t require user registrations then you can always choose to disable the membership feature for your site. With the inability to register on your site, you can restrict superfluous users from gaining access to your site’s features and in a way prevent your site from becoming an open platform for spamming activities.

To block registrations for your site, you simply need to follow the below mentioned three-step process:
Step1- Login to your WordPress site as the site admin.
Step2- Using the dashboard, go to Settings|General
Step3- Uncheck the box available for Membership stating, “Anyone can register”. The screen will look like this:

Once you’re done with this, scroll down and click on “Save Changes” button. Clicking on “Save Changes” button would mark your preference of not allowing any visitor to register on your website.

Conclusion
Now you’ve them. Following the spam protection measures mentioned within this blog will definitely aid you in making your WordPress site spam-proof. Whether you’re a novice site owner or have established a unique niche in the web world, abiding by these spam protection practices will aid you in growing your online presence in an palpable manner.

If you’ve something to ask or want to share your comments regarding my post, please feel free to use the comments section below.

opera Zenwalk install linux
Oct 01

How you can install Opera on Zenwalk 6.0

By Osman | coding , techlivewire

Follow these steps to install Opera on Zenwalk Linux 6.0

opera Zenwalk install linux

1 - By add/remove package, just search by opera, then select the package and install.

 

2 - By terminal console, just type "su" click enter, type root password "xxxxxx" click enter, and type the following command "netpkg opera" click enter, just follow the package installation process, typing "s" for each package dependency or "n" if you are sure that you dont need some dependency or package.

 

Finally, just click on menu and you will find Opera Browser on network itens, click on it to use it.