Hidden administrator account in Vista

If you want to login as administrator account in Windows Vista, you can use the following steps.

1. Run the command prompt as an administrator.

Run Command Prompt As Administrator in Vista

2. Type the following command in command prompt.

command prompt in Vista

net users administrator /active:yes

3. Then log off or switch user and you’ll see the administrator account in Vista Login.

Windows Vista Logon Screen

If you want to hide the administrator account back, just type following command

net users administrator /active:no

Note : You can also use the same technique for other account name too. Use ” ” for the name contains white spaces.

Missing files-names and folder-names in Vista

I was faced a problem in Vista today. The problem is that all of the folder-names and file-names were missing in large folder view under my drive in Vista. But I can see under sub folders. Strange ? huh. Take a look at the following snapshot.

Missing Folders names in Vista

That is always happened when we hold the SHIFT key while we’re opening the drive or folder in Vista. To solve this problem, follow the steps.

1. Switch to detail view.

Switch to detail view

2. Hold down SHIFT key and change to “Medium Icons”.

SHIFT key Medium Icons

3. Close the Explorer and re-open it again. There you’ll get your folder names and file names back.

Larget FOlder views Vista

[via this thread]

update: It is also happened in XP.

How to reset regional language to English in Windows Live Writer

doesn’t have an option to change the default language where you’re living to other language in setting. When I download Live writer from Thailand, it gives me which is Thai version. I don’t see any option to select the language in download page.

During setup, I requested my friend to install it because setup is also in Thai language so I did not understand. After I installed, I see all the menus and setting are in Thai language.

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Customization for Kontera Text Links

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Kontera is an In-Text Advertising service lets you to monetize your content in real-time, enabling an incremental increase in ad revenue by providing a new source of untapped ad inventory that does not compete with the other ad programs running on the site. ContentLink™ also creates a valuable user experience by serving relevant and informational ads that match the user’s interest and frame of mind.

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XHTML and somethings about tags elements you should know

Sometimes, It is not good to see the following message when some of your visitors check your web page with W3 XHTML/HTML validator.

Not valid XHTML 1.0

I used to do mistakes about XHTML and CSS when I start learning web programming. Normally, I wrote an application and run in browser and check whether it works or not without looking up my web pages are XHTML valid. And CSS too. But I do care when I start learning XHTML, CSS and blogging especially creating theme for wordpress. Now I want to share my knowledge about XHTML and it’s some tags that can change your my web not validated XHTML.

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Setting up root password for Ubuntu

Ubuntuubuntu has no password for root user as default. If you want to reset root password, you need to use sudo passwd command in shell. To Open shell, click Applications » Accessories » Terminal. In shell, type sudo passwd. It will ask you password. Type your login password. (more…)

Change single post title in wordpress

Basically, WordPress outputs the blog’s post title as “Blog Title >> Blog Archive >> Blog Post Title”.

For example :

Myo Kyaw Htun . com >> Blog Archive >> Hello World !

But most of the bloggers , they want to get the highest rank in Search Engine. This following code will boost in search engine ranking of your blog. So, if you want to change the way that I made, fine the <title> tag in header.php located in your default template. (Presentation >> Theme Editor). Replace the following codes between <title> and </title> tag.

<?php if ( is_single() ) { wp_title(' '); ?> » Blog Archive - <?php } ?><?php bloginfo('name'); ?>

So it will look something like that :

Hello World ! » Blog Archive » Myo Kyaw Htun . com