Author Archives: CyberPassion Team

About CyberPassion Team

Group of bloggers writing on computers, internet and gadzets.

Personalize Facebook feeds: Decide what updates to see and what not to

Facebook’s algorithm is fine tuned for engagement. It has your potential friends to connect with, apps to use, pages and groups to share and discuss topics. In doing so, lot of things are shared between you and your friends. It includes status updates, images, videos and more stuff. But not always you like seeing all these stuff. Sometimes you want certain … Continue reading

A little login trick for Gmail

Gmail has just passed 425 million users and most probably you’re among those Gmail users. Today, I’ve a little trick for you. Before we start, first check if your email id has got a ‘ . ‘ mark in it. If yes, then get ready to try this idea. Try logging to your Gmail account without this ‘ . ‘ dot … Continue reading

Whichbook.net: Borrow or Buy books that matches your taste

What you like to read? A Romantic novel, a thriller, or a book that has little bit of everything, say a romantic-thriller. Choosing a new book to read is not an easy thing but Whichbook is here for your rescue. Whichbook is a site with 4 million books to read from different genres – Epic, Lyric, Drama, Romance, Satire, Tragedy, Comedy, Tragicomedy etc. You can choose the sort of … Continue reading

See the time of day when your website gets most traffic

You can track the number of visits your website is getting each day. But what about the hourly stats of the daily traffic. How the know of the time at which traffic is peak in your site? You can easily check this from your Google Analytics dashboard only. Here is how, 1. Login to Analytics profile. In ‘Standard Reporting’ page, change to ‘Hourly’ from … Continue reading

How to remove broken links from Google search results

Content on internet is dynamic. Information are frequently added, deleted and modified. So it can be a possibility that a deleted webpage might still show up in Google search results. Or double copies of nearly same content exists in Google search after renaming the older url. Such things commonly happens with a website. Its important to deal with this in … Continue reading

How to find broken links in website for free

Links are the indicators of website’s reputation. A website with more incoming links performs better in search engine results than its competitor within the same niche. But ‘linkrot’ ie the presence of huge number of broken links in a website can deter this advantage. So, what are broken links? Broken links, dead link or dangling links are the outgoing links … Continue reading

How to parse different JSON formats using jQuery/JavaScript

JSON, developed by Douglas Crockford helps in easy storing and transportation of data. Its much like XML but much faster and lightweight. Parsing JSON is easier compared to XML. JSON files are available in different formats. In the tutorial, we’ll learn about parsing different JSON formats. We’ll also give an insight of the syntax of JSON files which will help … Continue reading

Parse external JSON file using jQuery/JavaScript

JSON(JavaScript Object Notation) is a data-interchange format used to store and transport data. Database records, software meta-information are usually stored in XML and JSON files. JSON files are lightweight, concise and easy to parse than XML files, and that’s why JSON is increasingly gaining more acceptance than XML. Being a subset of Javascript, JSON can be easily parsed using Javascript … Continue reading

Convert MySQL database to JSON using PHP code

In the last few tutorials we talked about exporting MySQL database records to XML file and vise-verse, today we’ll discuss about converting database records to JSON format and save to a file on local system. JSON is very much like XML. Both provides easy way storing and transferring data. They can be read, and changes can be made directly to them without … Continue reading

How to parse xml in php [Explained with code]

In our previous tutorial, we explained about converting database records to XML. This post is a continuation of it wherein we’ll parse the generated xml file and retrieve data from it. Parsing XML is easy by using the two functions provided by SimpleXMLElement php class. After we parse the XML file, we can save data to database or use it wherever we want. … Continue reading

Convert database to xml using php [2 easy ways with code]

Every website saves its data to a centralized database. Database records are easy to manage, but slightly difficult to transport. XML files are better in terms of portability. They can be carried anywhere just like normal text or doc file. They can be read on any web browser. Also, alteration in XML file can be done without using any third party … Continue reading

How to add and remove html elements dynamically using jquery

While developing a dynamic website, a forum or a social media site you might want to generate HTML elements in runtime. As we see in Facebook, hundreds of comments are posted on an update. Every time someone post a comment, a new comment box is generated dynamically. How its done? A new HTML element can be added using 2 ways: … Continue reading