Shibu Lijack

Frontend Web Developer | Technophile | Music Maniac | Movie Buff | Foodie

How to find direct download links for music and movies using Google? — March 5, 2012

How to find direct download links for music and movies using Google?

Be it music, movies or apps, I love downloading stuffs. But being in a college hostel, I am restricted from using Torrents and also almost all the file sharing sites are blocked. So I began to search for a way to download movies and music without being blocked and the idea of direct download links struck me.

I did a little bit of googling and found that I can use Google search to find those websites which contain direct download links to my search query. Now, here is the trick:

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Managing Localized Language Websites, ReFreshingly Easy — August 7, 2016

Managing Localized Language Websites, ReFreshingly Easy

We recently updated most of the localized language websites of Freshdesk. But it wasn’t just an upgrade on the design front. Our aim was to build a robust and scalable system to efficiently manage translations. Now, if I say that I could get a new language website live in under 15 minutes, would you believe it? (Yep, you should!)

Here’s what we did. Continue reading

How to automatically reindent code with Sublime Text 3 — May 11, 2015

How to automatically reindent code with Sublime Text 3

Sublime Text 3 is one of the most popular text editors across platforms. Although a boon for a developer, it lacks a default keyboard shortcut to reindent code automatically. But the good news is, you can create your own key binding for it.

For Mac OSX, Linux, and Windows users, the keybindings settings file can be found under the menu Preferences > Keybindings - User.

Add a JSON object that includes your key(s) and the Sublime Text command. The available key names are listed in the Sublime Text documentation (see the Key Names section).

The general pattern for your settings object looks like this:

[ { "keys": ["KEY(S)"], "command": "COMMAND"} ]

To add a shortcut for automatic indentation, add the following line to the Keybinding:

{"keys": ["command+shift+i"], "command": "reindent", "args": {"single_line": false}}

Voila! Press command + shift + i to automatically reindent your code!

Fade Image Within Sprite — May 7, 2015
How to deploy a PHP app to Heroku — April 19, 2013
Tweaks for TN Government Laptops — March 16, 2013
proBoot – Bootstrap theme for phpBB3 — December 6, 2012

proBoot – Bootstrap theme for phpBB3

I have used phpBB for quite some time and it has always been my favorite bulletin board software. However, I feel that the UI has not been updated for ages. So I decided to use the Bootstrap framework to spice things up.

Base style: proSilver

Style Version: 2.0

phpBB version: phpBB 3.0.11

Demohttp://cegtechforum.com/forum/index.php

Screenshots:

Download phpBB Bootstrap theme proBoot: [updated for 3.0.11 on March 22, 2013]

http://shibulijack.github.com/proBoot/

Features:

  • HTML5
  • CSS3
  • Fluid Layout and more..

I would love to hear feedbacks and suggestions. If you like this style, please donate!🙂

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proBoot [Premium]

  • Responsive [Mobile and Tablet Optimized]
  • Support and Documentation

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A Day to remember – Interview with Bally Technologies — October 6, 2012
How to turn off the google safe search filter? — August 22, 2012
The story behind the YouTube hit “Emptiness” — June 26, 2012

The story behind the YouTube hit “Emptiness”

First of all, Emptiness is one of the very few Indian songs which created a sensation in the YouTube.

The story cooked up in the video’s description is as follows:

Rohan Rathore was an IIT Guwahati student, who was suffering from Cancer. He was in love with a girl named Supriya more than anything in his life. But, Supriya refused him only because he was suffering from Cancer. Then, Rohan sung this song for his love, Supriya. But, the bad part is that, after 15 days of recording this awesome song, he died.
“May Rohan’s soul Rest In Peace!

Sounds convincing but, when checked with some IIT Guwahati students it was found out that the story is completely FALSE! Continue reading

How to download YouTube videos on Mac using Safari? — June 24, 2012

How to download YouTube videos on Mac using Safari?

If you’re using Safari, there’s an easy way to download YouTube videos.

  1. Open the page with the movie and press Command-Option-A, which shows the Activity window. [If you’re also loading other sites, you’ll see a list of them: scroll until you find the YouTube page and click on the arrow to show details about what is being loaded]
  2. You will certainly notice an element whose size is over 0.5MB (most of the time, over 5MB). Double-click on it (even if it is still loading), and Safari will download it.
  3. When the download is over, navigate to the file in the Finder and add the extension .flv to its name [if it doesn’t have an extension by default].
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