Today I brushed up some of the basic key terms related to Page Rank of a website. I get to know about Back-links: http://smallseotools.com/backlink-checker/
Also you can check it using: www.seoreviewtools.com/valuable-backlinks-checker/
To get more backlinks for your blog, there are no. of ways like write good content etc. Plus, start commenting on these forums: Increase Backlinks
Also, can be silly but I am the one who likes writing everything in her blog starting from a penny to huge things. I didn’t knew about shortcut for Redo i.e “Ctrl+ Y”
Moreover, I get introduced with a tool to download almost any website: (HTTracker Website) https://www.httrack.com/
I searched with google Australia to figure out highest ranking websites over there (https://www.google.com.au/?gws_rd=ssl)
We are gonna make a website related to Hair Transplant with 0% Plagiarism. It must be optimized and must get at least an average page rank. I also get to know about Google AD words Keyword planner to enhance the Ranking.
Also I practiced some of the aptitude questions, brushed up technical and non-technical questions from here: http://cpt.hitbullseye.com/Infosys-Aptitude-Questions.php
Plus, I get to know a method for reading latest content. On Google Go to tools and select option as per your need.
Also, from a long time I was getting a warning on my terminal whenever I work with sudo:
sudo: /var/lib/sudo writable by non-owner (040777), should be mode 0700
sudo chown -R root:sudo /var/lib/sudo
sudo chmod -R 700 /var/lib/sudo
I was getting above error because the current permissions of /var/lib/sudo allow either the file’s group or the other group to write into the directory, while only the owner (root) should be able to do so.
Apart from this I was also facing another warning
W: Duplicate sources.list entry http://dl.google.com/linux/chrome/deb/ stable/main amd64 Packages (/var/lib/apt/lists/dl.google.com_linux_chrome_deb_dists_stable_main_binary-amd64_Packages)
sudo rm /etc/apt/sources.list.d/google-chrome.list
Beside this, one of my software hanged my system, so to kill that process:
ps aux | grep <software name>
sudo kill -9 <Id number>
To my surprise, I get to know an interesting thing today. May be many of you are acquainted with this but still I would like to share.
Today when I was working, I noticed that for same file Windows and Ubuntu are showing different sizes.
At first, It made me sought of thinking like corrupted file or something.
Later on, I noticed that each OS has it’s own paradigm. One was showing 1.2 GB size and the other was 1.10 GB. (Though the bytes shown are same)
It was because in Windows, 1 KB = 1024 Bytes
Whereas, Ubuntu assumes 1 KB = 1000 Bytes
Also, for making unique logos, there is an online tool: http://www.onlinelogomaker.com/
To check whether your system is 32 or 64 bit, “run dxdiag” on Windows.
On Linux, go with commands like:
Moreover, “uname -a” will give alot of information like:
Kernel name, network node hostname, kernel release, kernel version, machine hardware name, processor type, hardware platform and operating system.
Also I created a basic documentation using Doxygen.
sudo apt-get install doxygen
doxygen -g <config-file> //For creating a file
doxygen <config-file> //For generating documentation in LaTeX, HTML etc formats.