You may already know that starting 1st of October 2015, BSNL will automatically upgrade your internet connection speed from 512 kbps to minimum 2 Mbps, until you exceed your Fair Usage Policy (FUP) limit. Once you have exceeded your FUP limit, BSNL will start redirecting almost all domains (except Google, Gmail etc.) in your web browser to an IP address which will show you following message:
Dear customer since you have exceeded the fair usage limit provided as per your opted plan. You will be able to browse with the reduced speed from now on. However you can browse at the higher speed by appropriately adding/upgrading a voucher.
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If you do not have a real credit card (or even if you have one), but you do have a State Bank of India account with net banking facility enabled and proper transaction rights, then let’s check out in this post how to generate a Virtual Credit Card (VCC) using your net banking account.
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Responsive web design is the new age technique for designing websites. This technique uses CSS3 media queries to render web pages, which ensures that your website adapts (resizes) itself automatically to fit the resolution of any device on which it’s being accessed.
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If you are using WordPress as your website’s/blog’s Content Management System and would like to communicate with good bots of various search engines (like Google, Yahoo!, Bing etc.) and services (like Alexa, Archive.org etc.) about which areas of your site should not be processed or scanned by them, then lets check out in this post the best format of robots.txt file for your self-hosted site.
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