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  • Add Related Posts to Your Blog

    For many bloggers, having a Related Posts widget is very important since it helps readers to find stuff they might be looking for within the same topic as the post they're already reading. In today's tutorial I'll tell you how to add a Related Posts widget to your posts' footer.

    Blogger Tricks

    How-To: Hide Sidebar on Blog Pages

    Some templates' page width can be a pain because it doesn't let you fit things the way you want to, but there are easy ways around this; one of them is removing your blog's sidebar inside pages.

    One Million and Still Counting

    Yesterday what I was waiting to happen, finally did — dearsillyblog reached 1 000 000 visitors!
    This blog has gone online on April 7th, 2011 and since then it's been growing fast and making my proud of myself more and more every day. I've learned lots of good (and bad) things with it and I couldn't be more grateful for having had the idea of having a tutorials blog.

    How-To: Crack Topaz Labs Full Collection [Mac/Win]

    In my personal opinion, Photoshop is not Photoshop without plug-ins and Topaz might be one of the — if not the — best one out there.
    In this tutorial I'll tell you how to crack the full collection of Topaz Labs on Mac and/or Windows. :)

    How-To: Edit Index Pictures in Photoshop

    Sometimes you might come across pictures that are not regular pictures; they might be index* ones. This particular format is hard to deal with since, well, you can't edit anything on them. There's a simple way to get around this, though, and I'll tell you what it is. :)

    How-To: Create Secured PDF Files on Mac

    Today's tutorial is about PDF files. Most people use softwares like Adobe Acrobat to edit/create PDF files, as well as to add security settings to these documents, though I'll tell you how to create a secured PDF file without the need of these softwares. That's right, you can add security settings to your PDF files using only your Mac's default functionalities.

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