In chrome, when on a webpage or site you use regularly, right-click on the tab at the top and choose “PIN TAB”. Do this for all the sites you want so you have 6 or 8 tabs. These are NOT permanent and will disappear when you close the browser. To prevent that and make them permanent.
Follow these instructions.
Go to the Google Chrome Shortcut on your desktop or toolbar and right-click on it. Choose Properties. Look for the Target field.
Add this line:
to the end of this string in Target. C:\Users\name\AppData\Local\Google\Chrome\Application\chrome.exe so it looks exactly like this:
C:\Users\name\AppData\Local\Google\Chrome\Application\chrome.exe – -pinned-tab-count=x
Now all you have to do is change the X to represent the number of tabs that you want to make permanent on the chrome browser and it will look like this every time you open your browser:
Simple as that!
Thanks to Addictive Tips for that info. Was exactly what I was looking for!
Some of you may be aware that Facebook have been threatening/promising (depending on your point of view) to change their current setup , again, by removing the FBML (Face Book Markup Language) and instead reverting to the use of iframes. this is for a few reasons that we dont really care about as what matters to use is:
- Will it make life harder or easier
- How much harder or easier
- Can I do it myself without paying vast sums of money?
The answer is…maybe. But if it is difficult this rather cool wordpress plugin will help. Called the FaceBook Tab Manager it allows you to configure a tab for Facebook in WordPress and then copy and paste it into Facebook. This should allow WordPress lovers a much more familiar and convenient way of managing a Facebook page (we hope!)
Heres how it looks :
And heres the official description:
The Facebook Tab Manager allows you to create landing pages and other types of content to be displayed within Facebook, particularly within the tabs that appear on Facebook business pages and pages for other types of organizations. This provides a way of putting more interesting layouts and functionality into your Facebook pages, without the need to get too deep into fancy programming.
The Facebook Tab Manager was specifically designed to take advantage of a recent Facebook page redesign that added support for iframe tabs on Facebook pages. Optionally, you can now also specify content to be displayed on an associated canvas page.
Tab content can include any WordPress content, including output from Shortcodes and other plugin functions.