Craig Snyder

Change to Landscape Orientation in Google Docs

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There’s no doubt that portrait orientation is the way to view the vast majority of documents on the web. It’s how we’ve always read books and browsed websites. You’re reading this post in portrait orientation now, right? However, in fringe cases where you’re trying to format a document to be wider than it is tall, […]

Find a Domain’s Backlinks, Redirects, and Shared IPs

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Creating your own website and finding a way to bring in visitors takes a lot of research. Whether you want to find traffic through search engines or advertising, you’re going to have plenty of reading ahead of you. You’ll find that much of this research involves determining who your biggest competitors are and analyzing the […]

Advanced Google Searching Using Search Operators

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Since discovering Google Search operators, our efficiency with the world’s biggest search engine has gone through the roof. Most searchers will lazily type in a word or phrase, hit Enter, and expect Google to do the rest for them. In some cases, it works out. In others, something as simple as a symbol or extra […]

Disable Keyboard Keys in Windows with AutoHotKey

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When you’re at your keyboard, not too many things are as frustrating as accidentally hitting a disruptive key. For example, the Windows key can cause some fullscreen applications to minimize. Pressing the Alt key can sometimes completely block all key inputs thereafter. If you’re accidentally hitting these keys without knowing, it can cause major inconveniences […]

Automatically Scroll Down Pages in Your Web Browser

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Automation is one of the biggest keys to maximizing your productivity. Think about how painstaking everyday desk work would be if simple shortcuts like Ctrl+A, to select all text, or Ctrl+LMB (left-click), to open a link in a new tab, didn’t exist. Modern browsers do a good job of covering the shortcut-key basics, like jumping […]