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Monday, December 04, 2006

RE: Free Warning Label Generator

Here is another fun website I ran across while browsing the internet.   The Warning Label Generator is a great way to generate a warning label for a post, website, MySpace page, or E-mail. 

My wife and I have a little shiz-tzu that thinks she is tough, and our family often jokes about this, so I came up with this for any family E-mails we may send out:


What does your warning label look like?

[Via Kyle's Cove]

RE: Firefox 2.0 Tweak: Restoring Your Tabs

There are some new features in Firefox 2.0 that haven't received much mention yet.  One of these is the new session restore feature.  In the past, people have used Google Browser Sync or Tab Mix Plus to restore their Firefox tabs. Now, Firefox 2.0 allows you to do this without an extension (which I always find to be a good thing, as to many extensions can slow down your browser).  Here is how to do it.

  1. Click on Tools in your menu bar.

  2. Click on Options.

  3. Click on the Main tab.

  4. Select Show my windows and tabs from last time in the When Firefox Starts field.

  5. Click OK.

If you don't want your tabs to be restored next time you open your web browser, you can also choose from Show my home page or Show a blank page.

[Via Kyle's Cove]

Friday, December 01, 2006

RE: Masking Opera as Another Browser

While using my Opera web browser for my regular web surfing, I've occasionally run into problems with Opera not displaying some sites correctly.  Menus don't always display correctly and I've had some problems with Typepad not displaying the Rich Text editor properly, which won't allow me to write my blog posts within Opera.

Never fear though, because Daniel Goldman with Opera came to my rescue!  For situations like these, you simply need to make Opera pretend to be Internet Explorer or Firefox for that particular website.   This can be done fairly easily.  Here are the steps:


  1. Right-click the web page.

  2. Select Edit Site Preferences.

  3. Click the Network Tab.

  4. Click in the Browser Identification drop-down box.

  5. Select your preference.  You can identify or mask as Internet Explorer or Firefox (many websites are built for IE, so I recommend masking as Internet Explorer).

If you have any additional questions, please let me know! 

[Via Kyle's Cove]