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Tips, tutorials and solutions for Windows, Macs, Linux, Servers and Media Centers. Get the very most out of your computer. Resources for all levels from newbies and techies.

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Tools, tech tips and tutorials for web design and development. Including wordpress plugins and tweaks.

Tools and Productivity

Software, web applications, scripts and tools to make your computing, design, development or networking experience more easier, enjoyable and productive.

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Articles by Edwin Kwan

Edwin Kwan is the founder and editor of Little Handy Tips and Wollongong Fitness. He is also the developer for the Google Custom Search WordPress plugin and Custom About Author WordPress plugin. He also has a keen interest in Photography . Find out more about him here.

WordPress Security Tune Up Tips

Wordpress Security

Here’s a round up of 7 security tune up tips and 4 recommended plugins that every wordpress site should have.

How to Create Professional Looking Menus using CSS

CSS Professional Menu

A Tutorial with an example on how to create professional looking menus using CSS.

Unleash Google’s Search Engine on Your Site


If you use wordpress or any of the other Content Management Systems (CMS), you know how shocking the built in search functionality can be. Here’s a tutorial to add Google’s Custom Search to your website!

Do You Know About Oracle Database’s Recycle Bin?


Since Oracle version 10, the database give a chance to flashback a dropped relational table.
Whenever a relational table is dropped, it goes into the recycle bin, which is similar to the recycle bin on your Mac or PC.
Here’s a quick tutorial on how it works.

Tools to Protect You From Your Computer

Google Calendar Sync screenshot

The computer is a vital tool for many of us. However, working for long periods in front of a computer can increase the chance of developing an injury. Muscle and joint pain, overuse injuries of the upper limbs and eyestrain are some of the injuries that can develop from prolonged computer use.

Below are some tools which I use at work to help prevent me from developing computer related injuries.