redesigning my homepage

Nowadays personal branding is getting more important. That’s why I will redesign my homepage (http://andisetiawan.com).

I will make it more interactive, more fresh, and I will add more features so visitors can interact directly from the homepage.

Let see the result in next few days.

Strange JS Script

Have you ever take attention why your pages suddenly load this IP: 1.2.3.4 ?

If you see the page source of the page, you will see this line added in the first line of your <head> section of the page:

<script src="http://1.2.3.4/bmi-int-js/bmi.js" language=javascript"></script>

Is it malicious? Actually, I’m not sure about it. But since I found some answer on Microsoft forum, I feel safe.

Apparently, you are experiencing "image recompression" through your service provider. When you connect over a Universal Mobile Telecommunications System (UMTS) such as Sprint or Vodafone Mobile Connect, the images are downgraded to reduce the amount of data that is transmitted. The ISP modifies every HTTP request to inject javascript that produces the tooltip you describe.

You should be able to turn off compression with the Vodafone Mobile Connect tool.

That was the answer of Microsoft’s Techy guy.

Accidentally, I use UMTS service from XL, so it does inject the script to every page I requested.

So, don’t worry.. :) sit back, and chillax.. it helps you to safe your mobile modem bandwidth.

How to Tag in your FB post and status

One of the most popular features on Facebook is tagging, which gives you the ability to identify and reference people in photos, videos and notes. Today, we are adding a new way to tag people and other things you’re connected to on Facebook — in status updates and other posts from the Publisher. It’s another way to let people know who and what you’re talking about.

People often update their status to reflect their thoughts and feelings, or to mention things they feel like sharing. Sometimes that includes referencing friends, groups or even events they are attending — for instance, posting “Grabbing lunch with Meredith Chin” or “I’m heading to Starbucks Coffee Company — anyone want some coffee?”.

Now, when you are writing a status update and want to add a friend’s name to something you are posting, just include the “@” symbol beforehand. As you type the name of what you would like to reference, a drop-down menu will appear that allows you to choose from your list of friends and other connections, including groups, events, applications and Pages. Soon, you’ll be able to tag friends from applications as well. The “@” symbol will not be displayed in the published status update or post after you’ve added your tags.

Friends you tag in your status updates will receive a notification and a Wall post linking them to your post. They also will have the option to remove tags of themselves from your posts. We hope that tagging your status updates and others posts from the Publisher will enable you to share in a more meaningful and engaging way, and connect with even more people. We’re rolling this feature out over the course of the next few weeks, so you may not see the new feature just yet.

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How to save the resource in our project code? Should we repeat writing the same code in every page/file? We can save a lot of our time and resource by putting the same code or lines into a function or procedure.

In some programming language, such as Pascal, Batch, C, PHP, etc., we can make a single special file where we can store our functions and procedure, also some constant. Read More