Archive for May, 2009

You must login to iTunes to view your iTunes store purchase history. Viewing your purchase history can serve many purposes however one of the most important is the ability to contact the iTunes store customer service department about a specific order. In my case I accidentally paid for a iPod Touch upgrade that I had already received for free. I actually thought it was a new upgrade that wasn’t installing properly when in fact I already had the upgrade installed so I had paid $9.99 for an upgrade that I already had installed. It was a little bit confusing about how to contact support regarding this error on my part so I wanted to note it on this site. Follow the instructions below to view purchase history and then contact iTunes store customer service regarding an order.

View iTunes Purchase History and Contact Support Regarding an Order:

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Posting a single picture from a NextGen Gallery into a WordPress post is easy to do though I always seem to forget the actual syntax to do so. There are two ways in which you can display the image within a post which are to use the NextGen Gallery button from the kitchen sink interface within WordPress or you can simply use the syntax listed below.

WordPress NextGen Gallery Button:

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By default when you  connect your iPhone or Touch to your Windows PC the device will sync with your iTunes. The sync not only synchronizes certain data as described below but it also does a backup of data stored on the iDevice as well. This backup will allow you to restore most items back to your iPhone or iPod Touch if something happens to the data located on that device. Knowing the location of this data can be important in case you want to also take that data and make another backup off of your computer.

iPhone/iPod Touch Default Backup Locations:

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If you have lost your ZenCart admin password it can be reset as long as you have access to PHPMyAdmin on the server or direct access to the MySQL database. If you have lost the admin password however  the admin account is configured with your email address you can simply use the “Resend Password” link located at the bottom of the admin login box to have a new password sent to you. If that doesn’t work or your email address is not configured for the admin account the easiest way to modify the Admin password will be to login to the server via SSH and follow the directions below.

Manually Change ZenCart Admin Password:

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Google has a great new feature from its Google Mobile App that will allow you to search Google with your voice. I explain how to install Google Mobile App and the contents of the application itself in a Question Defense article located here. One of the feature mentioned in that article that I wanted to expand on is the ability to search Google using your voice. This makes searches from your BlackBerry device much easier. Use the directions below to search Google using your voice.

Search Google on your BlackBerry Using Your Voice:

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