ChinaRed for Sandbox Theme

I just converted ChinaRed theme for wordpress into a Sandbox Theme for WordPress, at first i was trying to create a sandbox theme but since i get stuck at some part of my sandbox theme, yesterday i (in my local time), i’ve decided to convert ChinaRed theme instead :D … anyway here’s the screenshot :


And this time instead of putting it somewhere for you to download, i’ll list the code here (in the next page of course because i don’t want to clutter my front page with code) :P … as for the image itself, you can download the ChinaRed theme, or replace it with your own image … hope you’ll like it ;)


Finished creating CSS for Sandbox Theme

I just finished creating a CSS / Stylesheet for Sandbox Theme based on Kubrick Theme (although not completely finished) and i think the results is not bad for a beginner in css thing like me :) (actually i’ve never made something like this before and just learned about this whole CSS stuff yesterday) … so if the results is bad or doesnt suit your taste, feel free to edit it ;) ..

Note : i don’t have the upgrades account at the wordpress so i can’t give you any help on that matters … also since im just a beginner in this css thing dont ask me about advanced css stuff. And there’s one more thing, my css will looks better on Firefox since i test it using Mozilla Firefox browser

and here’s some screenshot of my sandbox theme called X-Cuberik :P (since there’s someone using Kubrick Reloaded i change its name into X-Cuberik) :D


Guide to filter ads using Squid and free redirector on Windows

Here’s another tutorial again by me to configure Squid Proxy Server on Windows to filter intrusive ads, popups, javascript ads, etc by using an Open Source / Free Redirector program for Squid called AdZapper. And by using this free redirector you can filter out almost (but not all) ads, html webbugs, and many other. And for those who didn’t know on how to setup a Squid Proxy on Windows you can read my guide on how to configure squid for windows. But since this is going to be a long page (if its for me who wrote this guide) you’ll have to read more to continue :)


YPOPs! :: Free POP3/SMTP access to Yahoo Mail!

YPOPs! is an application that provides POP3 access to Yahoo! Mail. It is available o­n the Windows, Linux, Solaris and Mac platforms.

Yahoo! Mail disabled free access to its POP3 service o­n 24th April, 2002. This application emulates a POP3 server and enables popular email clients like Outlook, Netscape, Eudora, Mozilla, etc., to download email from Yahoo! accounts. We do not go against the license agreements of Yahoo! Mail. This application is completely legitimate and well within the realms of legal software.

How do we do it you ask? Well, this application is more like a gateway. It provides a POP3 server interface at o­ne end to talk to email clients and an HTTP client (browser) interface at the other which allows it to talk to Yahoo!

YPOPs! :: Free POP3/SMTP access to Yahoo Mail!.