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How to solve a 3×3 Rubiks cube in 1 minute? [Easiest Method on the web]

How to solve a 3×3 Rubiks cube in 1 minute? [Easiest Method on the web]

Hello fellas,

This tutorial will help you solve a 3×3 Rubik’s cube the easiest way. This is the most basic method of the entire web, I hope this will be useful also there are 3 different sub-videos which is deeply explained about the each case of the cube at any give point of time as mentioned before so lets get started.

Oh, if you came here directly then I suggest you to go have a look at the basic of the cube that I wrote in another article. It will make you realise how easy it is to solve a Rubik’s cube. Also you won’t understand unless you read that article so go ahead and come back soon for these steps.




I have also solved the 3 layers seperately solving each case because a Rubik’s cube might look in 6-10 different ways/possibilities at give point of time. So don’t get stuck –

  1. Solving first layer video – Coming soon
  2. Solving second layer video  – Coming soon
  3. Solving third layer video – Coming soon

Steps to solve a 3×3 Rubik’s cube –

Hold the white center facing upwards unless and until specified to change.

Solve First Layer

  • To Solve the white Cross ( Please have a look at this article to know why we chose white) in 4 steps –

a) Find a middle piece with white in it

b) Look at its corresponding (Neighboring) colour and align that corresponding colour with its center colour.

c) Aligh the white with the white

d) See if you made any mistakes and rectify

Repeat these 4 steps until the white cross/plus is solved then move to next….

  • To Solve the white corners using these 4 steps

a) Look for a corner piece with white in it.

b) Make sure the corner piece is in its optimum position as explained in the video as well.

[Optimum position explanation – A cube is said to be in its optimimum position when the white center is facing upwards and the corner white piece that you selected is in the third layer and white color of that corner piece should be facing towards you]

c) Now look at the 2 corresponsing colors of that corner piece and place it between those two centers

d) Hold the cube in its optimum postion and do the following algorithm


If the white corner is on the right hand side then do the following Algo –

Turn the bottom to the left

Bring down the right column down

Bring back the bottom by turning right

Lift up the right column


If the white corner is on the left hand side then do the following Algo –

Turn the bottom to the right

Bring down the left column down

Bring back the bottom by turning left

Lift up the left column


Repeat these 4 steps until the white corners are solved then move to next…..

Solving Second Layer

  1. Look for a middle piece without the yellow colour (which ever colour is in opposite to the color you picked up first, we picked up white. If we picked up green then avoid blue colored middle piece)  in it.
  2. Allign that piece with the color’s center that is facing towards you
  3. Look at its corresponding colour and do the following algorithm –
  4. See if you made any mistakes and rectify it (Font in red is the mistakes that happened, the solution is given down below as well)

If the corresponding colour is on the right then do the following Algo –

Move the bottom to the left

Bring down the right column

Bring back the bottom by turning right

Lift up the right column

Now you must have misplaced the white corner, don’t panic and do the same algo that you did for solving the white corner, I am writing down the same for you again.

Note: Since we did the right side,the misplaced corner will be on left hand side (while holding the cube in its optimum position) automatically so do the left side operation.

If the white corner is on the left hand side then do the following Algo –

Turn the bottom to the right

Bring down the left column down

Bring back the bottom by turning left

Lift up the left column


If the corresponding colour is on the left then do the following Algo –

Move the bottom to the right

Bring down the left column

Bring back the bottom by turning left

Lift up the left column

Now you must have misplaced the white corner, don’t panic and do the same algo that you did for solving the white corner, I am writing down the same for you again.

Note: Since we did the left side,the misplaced corner will be on right hand side (while holding the cube in its optimum position) automatically so do the right side operation.

If the white corner is on the right hand side then do the following Algo –

Turn the bottom to the left

Bring down the right column down

Bring back the bottom by turning right

Lift up the right column


Repeat these 4 steps until the white corners are solved then move to next…..

Solving Third Layer

Now, hold the yellow center facing upwards.

  1. Solve the yellow cross using this following algorithm –
  • Note: There are 4 cases that your cube might look in at this moment, according to your case hold the cube in the mentioned way only
  1. You will have only the yellow center = You can hold the cube in any way.
  2. You will have a ‘L’ shapped center = Hold one of the end of ‘L’ facing towards you and other end facing to the right hand side.
  3. You will be having a horizontal/vertical yellow line = Hold the yellow line horizontal to you.
  4. You must be having a completely solved yellow cross in your hand at this moment if so then you are lucky because you don’t have to do the following algorithm, just move in to next solution.
  • Note: Depending on which case you are at, you will have to do the following algorithm once if your case is 3, Twice if your case is 2, Thrice if your case is 1.

Turn the front right

Lift up the right column

Turn the top to the left

Bring down the right column

Turn back the top to right

Turn the front to left




  1. Solving the vertical middle line, it has 2 cases –
  • Case 1: When you spin the top there will be 2 colours aligned which will be corresponding to each other then hold the cube in such a way that one NON-Aligned is facing towards you and other Non- aligned is faced towards right hand side and do the below algo.
  • Case 2: If the aligned colours are facing opposite to each other then hold the cube in such a way that one aligned vertical line is facing towards you and other is obviously facing away from you and do the following Algo –

Lift up the right column

Spin the top to the left twice

Bring down the right column

Spin back the top right once

Lift the right column up

Spin back the top to the right once

Bring down the right column


 

  1. Solving the corners in 2 stages
  • See if the corners are placed between the corresponding colours if not then do the following Algo –
  • Note: If you have one of the piece placed between its two corresponding colours then hold the cube in such a way that its on the 3rd row right corner edge

Lift up the left column

Spin the top to the left

Lift up your right

Spin back the top to the right

Bring the left column down

Spin the top to the left

Bring down the right column


  • Doing the following Algorithm to set the corner piece colors perfectly –
  • Note: If two yellow pieces are facing towards right hand side then you have to do the whole following algorithm once, if your two yellow piece corners are facing opposite to each other then you have to do the SAME algorithm twice because when you solve it once then it will be facing towards right then you do it again to get a completely solved cube.

Lift up the right column

Turn the top to the left twice

Bring the right column down

Bring back the top only ONCE to the right

Lift up the right column

Bring back the top once to the right again

Bring back the right column

DO NOT MOVE YOUR CUBE and do the same algorithm one the left column as stated below

Lift up the left column

Spin the top to the left twice

Bring down the left column

Spin the top ONLY once to the LEFT itself

Lift up the left column

Spin the top to the left once

Bring the left column down


I am sure that you are holding a completely solved rubik’s cube in your hand right now if not then comment down your query but I am certain 😉 So happy cubing!!

Give this tutorial a share with your friends/siblings and lets progress together

Does blogging really bring you money? (My first $$)

Does blogging really bring you money? (My first $$)

Hey, Let me guess….. are you a fellow blogger? or basically someone who is interested to start your own blog in future or someone who is trolling to see if we (Bloggers, Writers) really earn some bucks?! Dang!! Well I would say you are at the right place, why not? after all you must have searched the whole web (Those first 10 Google pages LOL) and clicked a bunch of click baits and misleading tittles who don’t let you find the answer or else you would be a millionaire right?! I will let you save all that trouble if you haven’t already been trapped in it, if so then I am sorry that I didn’t post this before.

So Blogging (Any Niche) really earn you money? If Yes, then – “How much?”, “Through what?”, “Are there any tricks?”, “How many Views do you need?”……… Jeez! Get hold of yourself please as I will cover all your point in this full fledged post about – “How much bloggers earn?” and most importantly “At what point?.” Mostly would be covering about the earnings from Adsense because that is the main source that most bloggers consider but will give free tips to get you some extra bucks. Lets hop into it !!



I started my blog as sub-domain (Example: www.thisisasub-domain.blogspot/wordpress.com) on Blogger 5 years ago. I posted my first poem and clicked on it several times that made a total pageviews of 673 and I was so excited to see that so many people saw my work so kept refreshing it more unless I realized that, those are my own page-views which is not legit by the way. So after lots of trials and errors, I taught myself everything from online itself and meanwhile I was being a YouTuber so I was building up my brand and decided to buy a domain an year ago. (Example – www.xyz.com) and it all started a year back. Even though I kept my blog updated every now and then but didn’t post so often to be precise. Early this year I became serious about it and started making posts and being regular. So that is enough history for today 😉

Blogging for money

 

The real juice starts here – I wanted to earn money through blogs online. I barely had 12,000-16,000 lifetime views and how much that earned me though Adsense is not even couple of dollars and I am very serious about that. Investing like 3 serious years with genuine real social sharing with 15,000+ views approx you only get some 2.68 cents? which Google doesn’t even send you unless you hit a 100$ threshold so that amount doesn’t even pay your electricity bills. I wanted to earn 100$ So I went ahead with a method which I have been known since long (I read a lot on internet 😉 ) and also used my SEO knowledge (Oh, did you know you can hire us for SEO optimization. Contact us here) started making good content and gave my best and ended up with this AMAZING results –

1) I crossed my 10,000 ADs display which is infact very cool in simple language.

2) I learnt that for 1,00,000 Page-Views you earn   …………

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95$-100$, now that sounds like “Woooo 100$? the first dream money!! But 1,00,000 views? ummm…nah…I won’t be able to do it.”

well that’s not at all the case. Here are few things you can follow in order to get paid in legit way from traffic you get. Consider this as tips from me for free 😉 –

  • Focus on your niche and look at what your competitors are doing.
  • Write good quality content by that I don’t mean you to earn a literature degree, it doesn’t really matter if English is not your first language. All you need is command on your niche. If you have the knowledge that is more than enough. Don’t believe me? look at the top customization blogging tutorials. They all are made by non-Englishmen.
  • Make sure length of the post is minimum 800 words if its a news/promotion or 1000 words if its informative. (Poems, Short stories are exceptions). When I say this I mean it!
  •  Post everyday if possible
  • Make sure the posts are SEO optimized.
  • Include Meta data and description
  • Share in a write way
  • Don’t spam or your link won’t be visible so if you were gaining 10 views from a post but since you spammed a lot all your links will be marked “Spam” and you won’t even gain those 10 views so better be patient.
  • Make sure you have content that you would like to read yourself in that niche. This is so far the most important point I can tell you




Adsense VS Other earning from writting

You may ask me that-“Hey, working so hard for that many views is serious problem. You know what I mean?” YEP! I know what you mean so let me tell you some other ways that you can earn money with because its FAST MONEY 😉

  • Write guest blogs for money but that does mean that your blog should be well reputed that people will be willing to pay you. You know what I mean? 😀 hehe
  • Write bulk blog post for others. I have done this and I still do this as we write content for people (Contact us if you are interested to know more about our services as I don’t want to flood this beautiful post with promotions) and trust me this brings you more money than from ADs because lets say you write a blog post and get 10,000 views (If you are lucky) so you would earn somewhere around 5-8$ if you flood your site with ADs (Google will catch you so don’t do that) now imagine writing blog post for even 2$. so writting 10 blog posts will make you 20$ already. But before you go and be like OMG, I Will totally start earning today then I am not sure because you need quality content on your own site so that you can ask people if you can write for them.
  • Affiliate programs
  • Other AD networks pay more than Adsense so might wanna search around some

So to achieve any of this, you need to really make your own content or hire someone to do that for you. At first it might seem impossible but I will vouch this method and say that you can earn 20$ within 2 months and even double than that in double the time period and within 6 months you can simply have your first 100$ but it doesn’t mean that you will get your 100$ in other 6 months. Its the sweetest part that after your first 100$ you can earn 300$-600$ in next to next 6 months so it all depends on how much you wanna give in and get from it.

So yes! Blogging can earn you money and best part is you don’t have to beg for work and money from it. You get what you deserve right away. Good luck.

Oh! By the way that earnings screenshot is from a fellow blogger not mine. So I don’t earn that much but on the road to dream hit.

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So, I hope that was useful. Share it with your friends and oh start earning some real deals as its worth it.

How to Download Pokemon Go to ANY DEVICE-GamePlay & APP Review

How to Download Pokemon Go to ANY DEVICE-GamePlay & APP Review

We all are pretty much aware about the new game- “Pokemon Go“. If not then here is an detailed video which shows you how to download Pokemon Go on your Android and iOS devices. Since its not yet available for countries other than USA, AU and NZ only.

Find a Charmander in this video and comment its location to get a Charmander by trade 😀

 

 

Here are the links to download –

For Android users-  Click here:Pokemon Go

For iOS devices- Click here:Pokemon Go for iOS

Also if you don’t want to download or wanna get a walk-through then we got you covered as well. We tested this app and played this in real life game literally and Continue reading “How to Download Pokemon Go to ANY DEVICE-GamePlay & APP Review”

Home networking: Everything you ever wanted to know

    Do you know that Wi-Fi and Internet are two different things? That’s true, Wi-Fi is just a wireless method for devices in a local network to connect to one another using a router and share a single Internet connection, if there’s one. Then what is a local network, you ask? And what’s a router for god’s sake?

Well, if you’re having a hard time with these basic terms, you’re reading the right post. Here I will (try to) explain them all so that you can have a better understanding of your home network and hopefully a better control of your online life. There’s a lot to explain so this is just the first post of an evolving series.

Advanced and experienced users likely won’t need this, but for the rest, I’d recommend reading the whole thing. So take your time, but in case you want to jump to a quick answer, feel free to search for what you want to know and chances are you will find it within this post.

1. Wired networking

A wired local network is basically a group of devices connected to one another using network cables, more often than not with the help of a router, which brings us to the very first thing you should know about your network.

Router: This is the central device of a home network into which you can plug one end of a network cable. The other end of the cable goes into a networking device that has a network port. If you want to add more network devices to a router, you’ll need more cables and more ports on the router. These ports, both on the router and on the end devices, are called Local Area Network (LAN) ports. They are also known as RJ45 ports. The moment you plug a device into a router, you have yourself a wired network. Networking devices that come with an RJ45 network port are called Ethernet-ready devices. More on this below.
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Note: Technically, you can skip the router and connect two computers directly together using one network cable to form a network of two. However, this requires manually configuring the IP addresses, or using a special crossover cable, for the connection to work. You don’t really want to do that.
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The back of a typical router; the WAN (Internet) port is clearly distinguished from the LANs.

LAN ports:  A home router usually has four LAN ports, meaning that, straight out of the box, it can host a network of up to four wired networking devices. If you want to have a larger network, you will need to resort to a switch (or a hub), which adds more LAN ports to the router. Generally a home router can connect up to about 250 networking devices, and the majority of homes and even small businesses don’t need more than that.

There are currently two main speed standards for LAN ports: Ethernet (also called Fast Ethernet,) which caps at 100 megabits per second (or about 13 megabytes per second), and Gigabit Ethernet, which caps at 1 gigabits per second (or about 150MBps). In other words, it takes about a minute to transfer a CD’s worth of data (around 700MB or about 250 digital songs) over an Ethernet connection. With Gigabit Ethernet, the same job takes just about five seconds. In real life, the average speed of an Ethernet connection is about 8MBps, and of a Gigabit Ethernet connection is somewhere between 45 and 100MBps. The actual speed of a network connection depends on many factors, such as the end devices being used, the quality of the cable and the amount of traffic.

Rule of thumb: The speed of a single network connection is determined by the slowest speed of any party involved.

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For example, in order to have a wired Gigabit Ethernet connection between two computers, both computers, the router they are connected to and the cables used to link them together all need to support Gigabit Ethernet (or a faster standard). If you plug a Gigabit Ethernet device and an regular Ethernet device into a router, the connection between the two will be capped at the speed of Ethernet, which is 100Mbps.
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In short, LAN ports on a router allow Ethernet-ready devices to connect to one another and share data.

In order for them to also access the Internet, the router needs to also have a Wide Area Network (WAN) port. On many routers, this port may also be labeled the Internet port.

A typical CAT5e network cable.

Switch vs. hub:

A hub and a switch both add more LAN ports to an existing network. They help increase the number of Ethernet-ready clients that a network can host. The main difference between hubs and switches is a hub uses one shared channel for all of its ports, while a switch has a dedicated channel for each one. This means the more clients you connect to a hub, the slower the data rate gets for each client, whereas with a switch the speed doesn’t change according to the number of connected clients. For this reason, hubs are much cheaper than switches with the samenumber of ports.

However, hubs are largely obsolete now, since the cost of switches has come down significantly. The price of a switch generally varies based on its standard (regular Ethernet or Gigabit Ethernet, with the latter being more expensive), and the number of ports (the more ports, the higher the price).

You can find a switch with just four or up to 48 ports (or even more). Note that the total of extra wired clients you can add to a network is equal to the switch’s total number of ports minus one. For example, a four-port switch will add another three clients to the network. This is because you need to use one of the ports to connect the switch itself to the network, which, by the way, also uses another port of the existing network. With this in mind, make sure you buy a switch with significantly more ports than the number of clients you intend to add to the network.

Wide-area network (WAN) port:  Also known as the Internet port. Generally, a router has just one WAN port. (Some business routers come with dual WAN ports, so one can use two separate Internet services at a time.) On any router, the WAN port will be separated from the LAN ports, and is often distinguished by being a different color. A WAN port is used to connect to an Internet source, such as a broadband modem. The WAN allows the router to connect to the Internet and share that connection with all the Ethernet-ready devices connected to it.

Broadband modem: Often called a DSL modem or cable modem, a broadband modem is a device that bridges the Internet connection from a service provider to a computer or to a router, making the Internet available to consumers. Generally, a modem has one LAN port (to connect to a router’s WAN port, or to an Ethernet-ready device) and one service-related port, such as a telephone port (DSL modems) or a coaxial port (cable modems), that connects to the service line. If you have just a modem, you’ll be able to connect just one Ethernet-ready device, such as a computer, to the Internet. To hook up more than one device to the Internet, you will need a router. Providers tend to offer a combo device that’s a combination of a modem and a router or wireless router, all in one.

Network cables: These are the cables used to connect network devices to a router or a switch. They are also known as Category 5 cables, or CAT5 cables. Currently, most CAT5 cables on the market are actually CAT5e, which are capable of delivering Gigabit Ethernet data speeds. The latest network cabling standard currently in use is CAT6, which is designed to be faster and more reliable than CAT5e. The difference between the two is the wiring inside the cable and at both ends of it. CAT5e and CAT6 cables can be used interchangeably, and in my personal experience their performance is essentially the same. For most home usage, what CAT5e has to offer is more than enough. In fact, you probably won’t notice any difference if you switch to CAT6, but it doesn’t hurt to use CAT6 if you can afford it. Also, network cables are the same, no matter how they shape, round or flat.

Now that we’re clear on wired networks, let’s move on to a wireless network.

2. Wireless networking:

A wireless network is very similar to a wired network with one big difference: devices don’t use cables to connect to the router and one another. Instead, they use radio wireless connections called Wi-Fi (Wireless Fidelity), which is a friendly name for the 802.11 networking standards supported by theInstitute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE). Wireless networking devices don’t need to have ports, just antennas, which sometimes are hidden inside the device itself. In a typical home network, there are generally both wired and wireless devices, and they can all talk to one another. In order to have a Wi-Fi connection, there needs to be an access point and a Wi-Fi client.

Basic terms:

Access point:
An access point (AP) is a central device that broadcasts a Wi-Fi signal for Wi-Fi clients to connect to. Generally, each wireless network, like those you see popping up on your smartphone’s screen as you walk around a big city, belongs to one access point. You can buy an AP separately and connect it to a router or a switch to add Wi-Fi support to a wired network, but generally, you want to buy a wireless router, which is a regular router (one WAN port, multiple LAN ports and so on) with a built-in access point. Some routers even come with more than one access point (see discussion of dual-band and tri-band routers below).

Wi-Fi client:

A Wi-Fi client or WLAN client is a device that can detect the signal broadcast by an access point, connect to it and maintain the connection. All recent laptops, smartphones andtablets on the market come with built-in Wi-Fi capability. Older devices and desktop computers that don’t can be upgraded to that via a USB or PCIe Wi-Fi adapter. Think of a Wi-Fi client as a device that has an invisible network port and an invisible network cable. This metaphorical cable is as long as the rangeof a Wi-Fi signal broadcast by an access point.

Each of the Wi-Fi networks that a client, such as an iPhone, detects generally belongs to one access point.

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Note: The type of Wi-Fi connection mentioned above is established in the Infrastructure mode, which is the most popular mode in real-life usage. Technically, you can skip an access point and make two Wi-Fi clients connect directly to each other, in the Adhoc mode. However, as with using a crossover network cable, this is rather complicated and inefficient.
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Wi-Fi range:
This is the radius an access point’s Wi-Fi signal can reach. Typically, a good Wi-Fi network is most viable within about 150 feet from the access point. This distance, however, changes based on the power of the devices involved, the environment and (most importantly) the Wi-Fi standard. The Wi-Fi standard also determines how fast a wireless connection can be and is the reason Wi-Fi gets complicated and confusing, especially when considering the fact there are multiple Wi-Fi frequency bands.

Frequency bands: These bands are the radio frequencies used by the Wi-Fi standards: 2.4GHz and5GHz. The 2.4GHz and 5Ghz bands are currently the most popular, collectively being used in all existing network devices. Generally, the 5Ghz band delivers faster data rates but a little less range than the 2.4Ghz band. Note that a 60GHz band is also used but only by the 802.11ad standard, which is not yet commercially available.

Depending on the standard, some Wi-Fi devices use either the 2.4GHz or the 5GHz band, while others that use both of these are called dual-band devices.

Wi-Fi standards:

Wi-Fi standards decide the speed and range of a Wi-Fi network. Generally later standards are backward compatible with earlier ones.

802.11b:

This was the first commercialized wireless standard. It offers a top speed of 11Mbps and operates only on the 2.4GHz frequency band. The standard was first available in 1999 and is now totally obsolete; 802.11b clients, however, are still supported by access points of later Wi-Fi standards.

802.11a:

Similar to 802.11b in terms of age, 802.11a offers a speed cap of 54Mbps at the expense of much shorter range, and uses the 5GHz band. It’s also now obsolete, though it’s still supported by new access points for backward compatibility.

802.11g:

Introduced in 2003, the 802.11g standard marked the first time wireless networking was called Wi-Fi. The standard offers the top speed of 54Mbps but operates on the 2.4GHz band, hence permitting better range than the 802.11a standard. It’s used by many older mobile devices, such as the iPhone 3Gand the iPhone 3Gs. This standard is supported by access points of later standards. 802.11g is also becoming obsolete.

802.11n or Wireless-N:

Available since 2009, 802.11n has been the most popular Wi-Fi standard, with lots of improvements over the previous ones, such as making the range of the 5GHz band more comparable to that of the 2.4GHz band. The standard operates on both 2.4GHz and 5GHz bands and started a new era of dual-band routers, which accommodate two access points, one for each band. There are two types of dual-band routers: selectable dual-band routers (now defunct) that can operate in one band at a time and true dual-band routers that simultaneously transmits Wi-Fi signals on both bands.

On each band, the Wireless-N standard is available in three setups, depending on the number of spatial streams being used: single-stream (1×1), dual-stream (2×2) and three-stream (3×3), offering cap speeds of 150Mbps, 300Mbps and 450Mbps, respectively. This in turns creates three types of true dual-band routers: N600 (each of the two bands offers a 300Mbps speed cap), N750 (one band has a 300Mbps speed cap while the other caps at 450Mbps) and N900 (each of the two bands allows up to 450Mbps cap speed).
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Note: In order to create a Wi-Fi connection, both the access point (router) and the client need to operate on the same band, either 2.4GHz or 5GHz. For example, a 2.4GHz client, such as an iPhone 4, won’t be able to connect to a 5GHz access point. Also, a Wi-Fi connection takes place on just one band at a time. If you have a dual-band capable client (such as the iPhone 6) with a dual-band router, the two will connect on just one band, likely the 5Ghz.
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802.11ac:

Sometimes referred to as 5G Wi-Fi, this latest Wi-Fi standard operates only on the 5GHz frequency band and currently offers Wi-Fi speeds of up to 2167Mbps (or even faster with latest chip) when used in the quad-stream (4×4) setup. The standard also comes with 3×3, 2×2, 1×1 that cap at 1,300Mbps, 900Mbps and 450Mbps, respectively.

Technically, each spatial steam of the 802.11ac standard is about four times faster than that of the 802.11n (or Wireless-N) standard, and therefore is much better for battery life (since it has to work less to deliver the same amount of data). In real-world testing so far, with the same amount of streams, I’ve found that 802.11ac is about three times the speed of Wireless-N, which is still very good. (Note that the real-world sustained speeds of wireless standards are always much lower than the theoretical speed cap. This is partly because the cap speed is determined in controlled, interference-free environments.) The fastest peak real-world speed of an 802.11ac connection I’ve seen so far is around 90MBps (or 720Mbps), which is close to that of a Gigabit Ethernet wired connection.

On the same 5GHz band, 802.11ac devices are backward-compatible with Wireless-N and 802.11a devices. While 802.11ac is not available on the 2.4GHz band, for compatibility purposes, an 802.11ac router can also serve as a Wireless-N access point. That said, all 802.11ac chips on the market support both 802.11ac and 802.11n Wi-Fi standards.

Wi-Fi designations: Wi-Fi designations are the way networking vendors market their Wi-Fi routers in an effort to differentiate between them. Since there are so many Wi-Fi standards and tiers, the designations can be confusing and don’t always accurately indicate the speeds of the routers.

600Mbps 802.11n:  As mentioned above, the top commercial speed of 802.11n is 450Mbps. However, in June 2013, Broadcom introduced a new 802.11ac chipset with TurboQAM technology that raises the speed of 802.11n to 600Mbps. And also for this reason, 802.11ac routers now are generally marketed asAC2500 (also known as AC2350 or AC2400,) AC1900, AC1750 or AC1200 and so on. This designation basically means it’s an AC-enabled router that offers a combined wireless speed on both bands equal to the number. For example, an AC1900 router is capable of providing up to 1,300Mbps on the 5GHz band and up to 600Mbps on the 24GHz band. With more and more advanced Wi-Fi chips being developed, 802.11ac has many more designations below.

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That said, let me state the rule of thumb one more time: The speed of a single network connection (one pair) is determined by the slowest speed of any of the parties involved.
That means if you use an 802.11ac router with an 802.11a client, the connection will cap at 54Mbps. In order to get the top 802.11ac speed, you will need to use a device that’s also 802.11ac-capable. Also right now, the fastest 802.11ac clients on the market have the top speed on paper of 1300Mbps, which is equally to the speed of the AC1900 designation. This means getting any routers of higher designations are unlikely to bring you any benefits in Wi-Fi speeds.

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AC3200: In April 2014, Broadcom introduced the 5G XStream Wi-Fi chip that allows for a second built-in 5Ghz band on the three-stream 802.11ac standard, thus ushering in a new type of tri-band router. This means that, unlike a dual-band AC1900 router that has one 2.4Ghz band and one 5Ghz band, a tri-band router — such as the Netgear R8000 or the Asus RT-AC3200 — will have one 2.4Ghz band and two 5Ghz bands, all of which operate at the same time. In other words, a tri-band router, for now, is basically an AC1900 router with an additional 803.11ac access point built in. With two separate 5Ghz bands, both high- and low-end clients can operate in their own band at their respective top speeds without affecting each other. On top of that, two 5Ghz bands also help reduce the stress each places on the band when there are many connected clients fighting for router’s bandwidth.

AC5300: Also known as AC5400, this designation was introduced in 2015. An AC5300 router is a tri-band router (two 5Ghz bands and one 2.4GHz band). Each of the 5Ghz bands have a peak Wi-Fi speed of 2,167Mbps and the 2.4GHz band has a cap of 1,000Mbps.

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AC3100:  Also known as AC3150, this new designation shares the same Wi-Fi chip as the AC5300 above but in a dual-band setup, the router has one 5Ghz band (2,167Mbps cap) and one 2.4Ghz band (1,000Mbps cap).

802.11AC WI-FI DESIGNATIONS

Wi-Fi designation Router type Total Wi-Fi bandwidth Top 5Ghz speed Top 2.4Ghz speed Example product
AC5300 / AC5400 Tri-band 5,334Mbps 2,167Mbps x 2 bands 1,000Mbps Netgear X8 R8500
AC3200 Tri-band 3,200Mbps 1,300Mbps x 2 bands 600Mbps Asus RT-AC3200
AC3100 Dual-band 3,167Mbps 2,167Mbps 1,000Mbps Asus RT-AC88U
AC2500 / AC2400 / AC2350 Dual-band 2,333Mbps 1,733Mbps 600Mbps Linksys E8350
AC1900 Dual-band 1,900Mbps 1,300Mbps 600Mbps Linksys WRT1900ACS
AC1750 Dual-band 1,750Mbps 1,300Mbps 450Mbps Asus RT-AC66U

802.11ad or WiGig: The 802.11ad wireless networking standard recently became part of the Wi-Fi ecosystem at CES 2013. Prior to that, it was considered a different type of wireless networking.

     Nonetheless, 802.11ad uses the 60GHz frequency band to allow a data rate of up to 7Gbps (about seven times the speed of wired Gigabit Ethernet), but it has a far shorter range (about 30 feet) than other Wi-Fi standards. On top of that, it generally requires a clear line of sight, meaning no obstacles between devices, to work well. 802.11ad, by itself, is not backward-compatible with any existing Wi-Fi standards and is designed not to replace but to coexist with them.

The development of this standard has been slow so far, as it seems there’s no market for it, for now.

3. More on wireless networking

In wired networking, a connection is established the moment you plug the ends of a network cable into the two respective devices. In wireless networking, it’s more complicated than that.

    Since the Wi-Fi signal broadcast by the access point is literally sent through the air, anybody with a Wi-Fi client can connect to it, and that might pose a serious security risk. To make it so that only approved clients can connect, the Wi-Fi network needs to be password-protected (or in more serious terms,encrypted). Currently, there are a few methods used to protect a Wi-Fi network, called “authentication methods”: WEP, WPA and WPA2, with WPA2 being the most secure while WEP is becoming obsolete. WPA2 (as well as WPA) offers two ways to encrypt the signal, which are Temporal Key Integrity Protocol (TKIP) and Advanced Encryption Standard (AES). The former is for compatibility, allowing legacy clients to connect; the latter allows for faster connection speeds and is more secure but works only with newer clients. From the side of the access point or router, the owner can set the password (or encryption key) that clients can use to connect to the Wi-Fi network.

If the above paragraph seems complicated, that’s because Wi-Fi encryption is very complicated. To help make life easier, the Wi-Fi Alliance offers an easier method called Wi-Fi Protected Setup.

Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS):  Introduced in 2007, Wi-Fi Protected Setup is a standard that makes it easy to establish a secure Wi-Fi network. The most popular implementation of WPS is via push-button. Here’s how it works: On the router’s (access point) side, you press the WPS button. Then, within two minutes, you must press the WPS button on your Wi-Fi client and you’ll be connnected. This way you don’t have to remember the password (encryption key) or type it in. Note that this method works only with devices that support WPS. Most networking devices released in the last few years do, however.

Wi-Fi Direct:  This is a standard that enables Wi-Fi clients to connect to one another without a physical access point. Basically, this allows one Wi-Fi client, such as a smartphone, to turn itself into a “soft” access point and broadcast Wi-Fi signals that other Wi-Fi clients can connect to. This standard is very useful when you want to share an Internet connection. For example, you can connect your laptop’s LAN port to an Internet source, such as in a hotel, and turn its Wi-Fi client into a soft AP. Now other Wi-Fi clients can also access that Internet connection. Wi-Fi Direct is actually most popularly used in smartphones and tablets, where the mobile device shares its cellular Internet connection with other Wi-Fi devices, in a feature called personal hotspot.

Multi-User Multiple Input Multiple Output:  Multi-User Multiple Input Multiple Output (MU-MIMO) is a technology first introduced with theQualcomm MU/EFX 802.11AC Wi-Fi chip. It’s designed to handle Wi-Fi bandwidth efficiently, hence is capable of delivering betters data rates to multiple connected clients simultaneously.

Specifically, existing 802.11AC routers (or Wi-Fi access points) employ the original MIMO technology (aka single-user MIMO) and that means they treat all Wi-Fi clients the same, regardless of their Wi-Fi power. Since a router typically has more Wi-Fi power than a client in a particular wireless connection, the router is hardly used at full capacity. For example, a three-stream 802.11ac router, such as the Linksys WRT1900AC, has a max Wi-Fi rate of 1,300Mbps, but the iPhone 6s has a max Wi-Fi rate of just 833Mbps (dual-stream). When the two are connected, the router still uses the entire 1,300Mbps transmission to the phone, wasting 433Mbps. This is similar to going to a coffee shop to get a small cup of coffee and the only option is the extra large.

With MU-MIMO, multiple simultaneous transmissions of different Wi-Fi tiers are sent to multiple devices at the same time, enabling them to connect at the speed each client needs. In other words, having a MU-MIMO Wi-Fi network is like having multiple wireless routers of different Wi-Fi tiers. Each of these “routers” is dedicated to each tier of devices in the network so that multiple devices can connect at the same time without slowing one another down. To continue the earlier analogy, this is like having multiple coffee attendants in the shop, each of whom gives out all different cup sizes of coffee so that customers can get the exact size they need, and can do so faster.

In order for MU-MIMO to work at its best, the technology needs to be supported by both the router and the connected clients. There are many clients on the market supporting MU-MIMO now, and it’s predicted that by the end of 2016, all new clients will support this technology.

4. Power line networking

When it comes to networking, you probably don’t want to run network cables all over the place, making Wi-Fi a great alternative. Unfortunately there are some places, such as that corner of the basement, that a Wi-Fi signal won’t reach, either because it’s too far away or because there are thick concrete walls in between them. In this case, the best solution is a pair of power line adapters.

     Power line adapters basically turn the electrical wiring of your home into cables for a computer network. You need at least two power line adapters to form the first power line connection. The first adapter is connected to the router and the second to the Ethernet-ready device elsewhere in the building. More on power line devices can be found here.

    Currently a power line connection in top condition can deliver the real-world speed equal to about half that of a Gigabit wired connection.

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How to make easy money online? 5 Best ways!!

How to make easy money online? 5 Best ways!!



Are you a new blogger? or just surfing net, looking for few best ways of earning some easy money online? But I’m sure, you would be a blogger 80% 😉 It indeed is really hard to earn if your still new to Blogging. So here are 5 best ways to earn some decent money online without any investment (Except your time). All you need is Internet and your dad must have already given you a desktop/smartphone. Lets hop in!

1) Websites That Pay You

   Let’s go ahead and get this out of the way. There are numerous websites that will pay you for various things, such as shopping, taking surveys or testing products. 
And No, I’m not getting paid to promote any of these and no, these websites won’t make you a millionaire, BUT they are great for earning some extra cash.( I’ll leave out the scams )
Here are some legitimate websites that pay:
  1. Swagbucks – Swagbucks is great for earning some extra cash. You can do a variety of things to make money, from taking surveys to using their search engine. You won’t get rich, but you will earn a few bucks. If you have the time to kill, you can spend it earning some extra cash, instead of surfing the web.
  2. InboxDollars – InboxDollars is similar to Swagbucks, since you’re going to be taking surveys, shopping, etc., so if you want to maximize your return, sign up with both websites. They also offer a search engine that pays you (like Swagbucks) and you get $5 just for signing up.  I won’t continue to list survey sites one after another down the list, but if you want to get paid to take surveys, also check out GlobalTestMarketE-Poll Surveys and Survey Club.
  3. Project Payday – Project Payday is one of those sites that has testimonials of people who have earned thousands of dollars by getting paid to get trial offers. I’m not saying you’ll earn thousands, but it is legit and you can earn some extra cash. They assume that by paying you to do a free trial, you’ll either like the product and purchase it, or forget to cancel the trial and get charged for it. If you can keep track and cancel before you get charged (if you don’t want the product), then this is a great site for making some money.
  4. User Testing – User Testing pays $10 a pop for testing websites. A test usually takes about 15-20 minutes. The purpose is for a website owner to watch someone, who is new to their site, try to navigate it. The value that the site owner gets by watching an actual user experience is worth a ton, but $10 isn’t a bad pay-out.
  5. Fiverr – Fiverr is a great place to make a few bucks or spend a few bucks if you need some of the services people offer. Basically, everything is $5. You either pay $5 or charge $5. They call them “gigs.” You can offer your services however you choose. If you sell art and you’re fine selling pieces for $5 each, that’s a gig. If you’re a graphic designer and you want to offer your services for $10/hour, simply offer a 30 minute gig. If they need two hours of graphic design, they pay you $20, or $10/hour by buying four gigs.
  6. IZEA – IZEA works in addition to a blog or on its own. You get paid to blog, tweet, take photos and take videos. The pay is mostly based on your following, so if you want to make money with your tweets, you’ll need to grow you Twitter following.  Likewise, if you want to make money with blogs, you’ll need substantial blog traffic (more on blogging below).

2) Sell Your Stuff


Ever since the idea of online auctions came into existence, the online selling market has been on the rise. Many are interested, but don’t know how to get started. There are still all kinds of ways to make money by selling online, whether you’re selling what you already have or buying and selling like a store. Before we get started, here are a few general tips when selling anything online:
  • Get a PayPal account. If you don’t have a PayPal account, you’ll want to get one if you’re doing business online. It’s the standard in online business for receiving payment and paying others.
  • Take good pictures. Some of the options below don’t require you to actually take the picture and sell the product, but for the ones that do, make sure you take a clear picture that makes your product stand out from the others.  If you’re going to be taking a lot of pictures, set up a small “studio-like” area in your home with a backdrop and proper lighting to really make your pictures come across as professional. And of course, you’ll want a good camera too.
  • Be honest.  If you’re selling used items, be honest about every dent, scratch, blemish, etc.. This will reduce many issues you could run into and keep your reviews positive.
  • Do good business. Plain and simple. Whether you’re selling on a small site or opening an online store, your customer service matters. You’ll want to get those positive reviews and make a good name for yourself. Respond to questions, concerns and complaints. Offer a guarantee if available.
Follow those guidelines and you will do well in online sales. When you’re ready to start selling, here’s where you go:
  1. Amazon – Have you heard of FBA? It stands for “Fulfilled by Amazon” and it’s getting pretty popular. Basically, you buy products (in bulk is best) and ship them to Amazon for them to store. When your products sell, Amazon packs them up, ships them out and sends you the money (after taking their cut). There are people making a full-time living from FBA, while others just do it for some extra money.
  2. CraigsList – Some things don’t ship very well. Other things may make you feel uncomfortable to sell to someone across the country. Anytime you’re selling a large item or something you just don’t want to ship, Craigslist is a great place to go. It’s simple to list your item (again, take good pictures!). If you don’t like the idea of putting your phone number out there, the interested individual can send you a message to your inbox without even getting your email address.
  3. eBay – Of course you can’t read an article about making money online that doesn’t mention eBay. You can start an eBay store and get serious about it or you can just sell some stuff to declutter your home. Either way, I’ve made my fair share from selling on eBay and it’s still a popular way to earn money. If you decide to start an actual eBay store, you’ll want to find a drop-ship business like Doba that will store and ship items straight to your customers so you don’t have to deal with an inventory.
  4. Etsy – If you like to create arts and crafts, you can sell them on Etsy.It’scompletely free to open an Etsy store. You simply sign up, post pictures of your creations and starting selling. You can choose your payment option, but PayPal is generally the easiest. Etsy makes it easy to sell and keep track of your inventory. There is a small listing fee and they take 3.5% of every sale you make.
  5. Facebook – Facebook swap shops are great for selling things locally. It’s like CraigsList, but a little easier. You simply search for swap shops in your area and ask to join the group. Once you’re in, take a picture of the item, write a quick description with the price and post it. It doesn’t get much easier than that. You can generally expect to get about what you would get at a yard sale, maybe a little more.
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3) Freelance Writing

Freelance writing is one of the most popular ways to earn money online. Many successful freelancers can earn an average of 50 cents to a dollar per word. Some are earning twice that!
Of course, it doesn’t start out like that. You’ve got to build your portfolio and your résumé, blah blah blah. If you’re interested in writing, I’m sure you know this. If you’re not interested in writing, I wouldn’t recommend traveling down this road just for the money.
It takes dedication and time, though it can be highly profitable if it’s what you love. Assuming it is what you love, let’s talk about making money with it.
Before you decide to start reaching out to all of these freelance writing companies, you need to have a web presence. You need a blog (in my humble blogger opinion, of course).
Or you could just have an online portfolio. Even a LinkedIn profile works to get started. 
Now for what you’ve all been waiting for; once you’re ready to actually start making money, here are 10 websites you can start with:
  1. Listverse – Listverse pays $100 for each accepted post. The article must be a list, it must be at least 1,500 words and you must include at least 10 things. Other than that, you can get pretty creative with it.
  2. TopTenz – TopTenz pays $50 for each accepted post. Again, the article has to be in a list format and it must be at least 1,500 words, with few exceptions. They post often so your chances of getting accepted are fairly high.
  3. A List Apart – A List Apart pays $200 for each accepted post. They’re not first on the list, because they tend to publish less articles, which means you have a smaller chance of getting accepted. Same guidelines as above, 1,500 word minimum.
  4. International Living – International Living pays $75 for each accepted post. They are mostly looking for travel experiences from countries you have visited. For this site, it’s more about your experience than your writing ability.
  5. FundsforWriters – FundsforWriters pays $50 for each accepted post. They are looking for articles about writing and making money with it. They only accept articles between 500-600 words, but they want you to make each word count.
  6. Uxbooth – Uxbooth pays $100 for each accepted post. They do tend to take four to eight weeks to accept and post articles, so don’t count on this being a quick money maker. They take so long, because they pair with editors to only publish amazing content.
  7. iWriter – iWriter pays up to $15 for each accepted post. That may seem small, but they aren’t as strict as many of the others above and they also allow you to pick exactly what you write. You can write as many or as few articles as you want.
  8. Textbroker – Textbroker pays up to five cents per word, if you’re a 5-star writer. You’ll start by submitting a short sample article and you will most likely start as a 3-star writer, but you can work your way up by writing more and writing great content.
  9. Matador Network – Matador Network pays up to $60 for each accepted post, but standard pay is around $20-$25. They don’t really focus on a minimum word count, but they have a maximum count of 1,500 words.
  10. The Penny Hoarder – The Penny Hoarder pays up to $800 (rarely), depending upon the number of page views you receive. The pay starts at $100 for 50,000 page views, so this isn’t a guaranteed paid article, but it can potentially be highly rewarding.
There’s no doubt that you can make money with freelance writing, but it’s a process. Once you start building your portfolio and your writing skills, you can start making some serious money. If you’re not an experienced writer, expect to put some time in before you really start to see some dough.

4) Work-at-Home Companies

Finally, there are some companies that will hire you to work from the comfort of your own home. If you’re interested in working for someone else, while still making your own schedule and deciding where to work from, here are a few companies that will let you do just that:
  1. CrowdSource – CrowdSource offers many types of jobs from “microtask” jobs to larger writing and editing jobs. You decide how much you work and you can do most of it right at your computer.
  2. Demand Studios – Demand Studios is hiring all kinds of creative professionals, from writer to filmmakers. The pay isn’t amazing, but it’s competitive for a work-at-home job.
  3. Fast Chart – Fast Chart allows you to work from home as a medical transcriptionist. There are some requirments and qualifications listed on the page, but if you meet them, you’ll make competitive pay for the industry. You’ll also be able to set your own schedule since you’ll be working from home.
  4. Leap Force – Leap Force is one way that Google rates websites for search engine ranking. If you’re hired, you make decent money (usually over $11/hour), you set your own schedule and it can be pretty fun to view and rank websites.
  5. Liveops – Liveops is a call center that allows you to work from home. Once your set up to take the calls, you can begin making a weekly schedule and working from home. The pay is generally close to $10/hour, but you can earn more with commissions.
  6. SpeakWrite – SpeakWrite will pay you up to $15/hour to transcribe information. You set your own schedule and work from home.
Now you’ve got many different options to start earning online. If you saw something that really interests you, try it out and learn more about it. If you’re really wanting to make a full-time income online, you need to be dedicated to learning how to do what you want to do. There are tons of free resources out there. You just have to search for them!

5) Blogging

Hey look, an article about making money online that doesn’t mention blogging. . . oh wait, here it is. LOL
First off, I’m a blogger so it seems wrong not to mention it, but more importantly, it’s a legitimate way to make money. It’s quite possibly the least straight-forward way on this list, but it’s very doable and it’s also quite possibly the funnest way on this list. I love blogging and I know hundreds of bloggers who feel the same. So let’s talk about making money blogging and what it really means.
Blogging is something that requires patience, persistence and discipline. It may mean writing everyday for over a year before you really start to see any money from it. There are exceptions to the rule, but from my dealings with other bloggers, it seems to be pretty common to spend one or even two years building your blog, your brand and your authority, before making any serious amount of money.
Some people argue that you can make money without a lot of traffic and while that is true in some circumstances, you will generally need a lot of website traffic to start earning from a blog and that takes a while. Once you’ve reached that point, here are the primary ways to monetize your blog and start earning:
  1. Advertising – This is definitely the most old-school way of earning money with a blog. It’s also starting to become the least common way. You can sell advertising spots directly on your site or you can sign up with a company like Google AdSense or Media.net. Either way, you won’t see a whole lot of money from ads until your views are well into the thousands each day.
  2. Affiliates – There are many affiliate networks, such as FlexOffers and CJ Affiliate that allow you to promote other people’s products and services. You simply put a link or a banner on your page and then you get a percentage if someone clicks through and buys the product/service. You’ll want to select products that are specifically within your blog’scategory.This is an effective way to earn money once you have the traffic coming to your blog.
  3. Membership – Many people have created a paid membership area on their blog. This is typically for exclusive content that you can only access in the “member’s area.” If you have a really great idea on what to include, this can be a great idea.  You’ll have to create something that can’t easily be accessed around the web.
  4. Products – You can create your own product, such as an ebook or computer software. You would then use your blog as a promotion tool to get people to buy your product. As long as you create a legitimate product with a whole lot of value, you should be able to get some buyers, but like everything else with a blog, you’ll need the traffic to get the sells.
  5. Services – You can offer a paid service, such as life coaching, blog coaching, goal setting or financial planning. Just be sure to investigate all the legal implications and make sure you’re not claiming to be a professional if you’re not one. With a service like this, you’re basically using your blog to sell yourself. You’ll need to convince people that you’re worth buying and then be able to back up your claims once they purchase your service.
  6. Sponsored/paid posts – Many blogs publish sponsored and paid posts. Sponsored posts are basically just posts about a specific brand, product or service. A company will pay you to publish an article about it. It’s similar with other paid posts as well. Your basically selling the spot for the article on your site. If you decide to take this route, you’ll want to build your traffic before you will get many offers.
  7. Subscription – If you think of something valuable (newsletter, online magazine, etc.) that you can consistently offer on a certain basis (weekly, monthly, etc.), you may want to offer a subscription service. This could be a fee charged each time your product is sent out or on a monthly basis. Either way, this has to be something that your customers can only get by subscribing to your website.
  8. Videos – This could be an entire section on it’s own. Many people have made money by creating YouTube videos. It’s not easy to get views into the millions, but once you do, you’ll start seeing some cash come in. Many bloggers have completely turned to videos to get their point across by starting a video blog.
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How To Add HTML, Css Or Javascript Code To Blogger Posts

Add HTML codes to your Blogger posts

Are you looking to Posting HTML , CSS or JavaScript codes in your blogger post? it may be your blog niche to post tutorials or teach coding. This is one of the most common question and a major problem for people using blogger platform.

So I am gonna help you with that and not just for the namesake but instead I am gonna teach you to wrap your code in 3 DIFFERENT STYLE BOXES (Chose your own style)

Yet, many blogspot users are unable to discover why they cannot display HTML coding as “plain text” in there posts. Many do gets error while inserting the codes and on the later hands you get a blank space in your post.

Also it doesn’t work for programmers if you set your option as ‘Show HTML literally‘ in your blogger post because you must be using different customizations to make the post look cool. So the customization code and the “Show HTML literally” would ruin your post. But yeah! It will work for ‘one time code’ post blogger (Bloggers who don’t post codes or technology everyday as their niche)

After a good Looooooong (Yeah honestly that long) research and lots of testing I Tony Stark, just kidding! 😉  found the easiest way to insert HTML without disturbing other elements and guess what?! it WORKS 😀 Today I’m gonna show you how you can easily insert any HTML/CSS/JavaScript codings in your Blogger posts AND that too in STYLISH BOX which will make your code look amazing and different from the all other text present in the post.

Check out these 3 styles and choose one which you want to work on your Blog

Style 1

Style 2

Style 3

I always advice my readers to make a habit of taking backup before you make any changes to template, be
a good blogger not just a blogger. To do so go to Go to Blogger >> Your Blog >> Template >> Click on Backup/Restore

Common steps for any style you select :-

1) Go to Blogger >> Your Blog >> Template >> Edit HTML

2) Click anywhere and press (CTRL+F) [its for searching the code we want] and search for

]]></b:skin>

Now Select one style out of the 3 styles, remember that you can choose only one style.

 
For Style 1 : Copy-Paste this code just above  ]]></b:skin>
.post blockquote {
background: #C8EFFF url(http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-jSiMPSsf6Rs/T4lHasB89hI/AAAAAAAABM4/nKdZmTXYrto/s1600/1.png);
background-position:top left;
background-repeat:repeat-y;
margin: 0 20px;
padding: 10px 20px 10px 45px;
border-top: 2px solid #DDD;
border-right: 5px solid #666;
border-left: 2px solid #DDD;
border-bottom: 5px solid #666;
font-size: 0.9em;
}
.post blockquote p {
margin: 0;
padding: 0 0 15px;
}
.blockquote {
font: 18px normal  sans-serif,Tahoma;
padding-top: 10px;
margin: 5px;
text-indent: 65px;
}
.blockquote div {
display: block;
padding-bottom:10px;
}
.blockquote p {
margin: 0;
padding-top:10px;
}

For Style 2 : Copy-Paste this code just above  ]]></b:skin>

.post blockquote {
background: #f0ffff;
background-position:top left;
background-repeat:repeat-y;
margin: 0 20px;
padding: 10px 20px 10px 45px;
border-top: 2px solid #DDD;
border-right: 5px solid #666;
border-left: 2px solid #DDD;
border-bottom: 5px solid #666;
font-size: 0.9em;
}
.post blockquote p {
margin: 0;
padding: 0 0 15px;
}
.blockquote {
font: 18px normal  sans-serif,Tahoma;
padding-top: 10px;
margin: 5px;
text-indent: 65px;
}
.blockquote div {
display: block;
padding-bottom:10px;
}
.blockquote p {
margin: 0;
padding-top:10px;
}

For Style 3 : Copy-Paste this code just above]]></b:skin>

.post blockquote {
background: #d3d3d3 url(http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-jSiMPSsf6Rs/T4lHasB89hI/AAAAAAAABM4/nKdZmTXYrto/s1600/1.png);
background-position:top left;
background-repeat:repeat-y;
margin: 0 20px;
padding: 10px 20px 10px 45px;
border-top: 2px solid #DDD;
border-right: 5px solid #666;
border-left: 2px solid #DDD;
border-bottom: 5px solid #666;
font-size: 0.9em;
}
.post blockquote p {
margin: 0;
padding: 0 0 15px;
}
.blockquote {
font: 18px normal  sans-serif,Tahoma;
padding-top: 10px;
margin: 5px;
text-indent: 65px;
}
.blockquote div {
display: block;
padding-bottom:10px;
}
.blockquote p {
margin: 0;
padding-top:10px;
}
 Now after posting the above code click Save Template

Time to Test

  • Go to Blogger >> Your Blog >> New Post
  • Copy-Paste this code below
.post blockquote {
background: #d3d3d3 url(http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-jSiMPSsf6Rs/T4lHasB89hI/AAAAAAAABM4/nKdZmTXYrto/s1600/1.png);
background-position:top left;
background-repeat:repeat-y;
margin: 0 20px;
padding: 10px 20px 10px 45px;
border-top: 2px solid #DDD;
border-right: 5px solid #666;
border-left: 2px solid #DDD;
border-bottom: 5px solid #666;
font-size: 0.9em;
}

Most Important Point

  • Now select the whole code that you just copy pasted and click “Quote” Button as shown below
Note: You have to Quote the codes which you want (Don’t quote normal texts if you don’t want it to) and only quote once.
That’s it!!! Your Done, set! All ready to go 🙂
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4 things every Linux beginner should know

      Linux-based operating systems are popular due to the wide range of flexibility they offer in terms of software and abilities.

It can be a bit daunting to try to learn a new operating system and explore all of its benefits, or even know where to start. Since everything works a little different on Linux, there is quite a learning curve in order to get started.
Here are 4 things every Linux beginner should know

1) There’s no one single Linux version

      The uniqueness of Linux is that there are different kinds of distributions depending on what you are looking for. Some are set up to be much like a normal operating system with a desktop and browser, while others may be designed more for working with servers.

For current or former Windows users, Ubuntu is popular as it feels more familiar to them.

2) Linux is infinitely flexible and scalable

If you are looking to install Linux, you have a couple of options: you can have it on a disk or USB drive and use it when you want to, or have it as your one and only operating system on your computer.

Using it on a disk or USB drive is a great option if you want to test it out, learn it first, or want to try out several different distributions before committing to one. The downside of using it this way is that it won’t save your settings or your installed software. Consider this a risk-free way to use Linux. 

Once you are comfortable with Linux and the distribution you want to use, then you can proceed to installing it on your PC. If you opt for this, you can either install it in replace of your existing OS, or do a dual-boot setup and have it run alongside your current OS. 

Unlike other operating systems, Linux offers the ability to add major customizations that may suit the way you use your computer better. For example, Mac and Windows operating systems often limit users on what the actual user interface looks like.
With Linux, there are a variety of options that lets you greatly customize the look of your desktop environment.

3) Security is a strength

Linux is built around the idea of security and strong encryption. As it was designed with security in mind, it comes with the benefit of being at a very low risk of computer viruses. 

Much of the hardware available for Linux works out of the box, so there’s no need to spend time customizing it, coding it, or otherwise trying to install the hardware. 

Unless the hardware manufacturer works hard to keep it a secret, much of the hardware you can use for Linux allows you and developers to understand how it works from the inside out, allowing you to know every aspect of your computer, and developers the ability to write software that they know will work with that particular hardware.  

4) The open-source aspect is a key benefit

One reason Linux is so popular is because it’s very easy for anyone to learn how it works and customize it however they want. Most of the software available for Linux is not only free to download and use, but is also open so that you can see how it is coded and how it works. 

Since Linux isn’t controlled or owned by one individual company, it relies on a massive community to help keep it running, make updates to it, and provide support. This may sound like a negative, but the community that surrounds the Linux platform is intensely committed and dedicated.

Another benefit of the freedom and open source nature of Linux is that you don’t have to worry about your activity being recorded on your computer (much like Windows does), nor is the ability to do and use certain things on Linux influenced by third parties (i.e. only being allowed to install a certain piece of software on a certain OS).

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