Friday, July 06, 2012
Monday, July 02, 2012
This test post title is "Testing Blogger custom permalink" and its automatic URL is
Now I put in the Custom URL field [box] the following - testingbloggercustompermalink
and this changed the permalink to
It would be nice to have the custom URL as
Unfortunately there is no way to remove the year and date of the posting in the URL.
Monday, May 21, 2012
This post will be for testing Blogger expandable post summary which they called jump break and where the summary end the will be a link with text "Read more" which when clicked will reveal the rest of the text. If you want to change the text to something else, refer to Change Blogger jump break text "Read more" to "Continue reading"
Now I am going to place the jump break below which will display as "Continue reading"
Monday, May 14, 2012
and published a test post
plus uploaded a test photo
Going to delete now @ 11.11pm GMT+8 13 May 2012
and will try restoring tomorrow
Google Account recovery page
and this is the instruction to delete and restore Google account
Deleting or restoring a Google account
Before deleting your Google Account, review the data associated with your account on the Google Dashboard. Keep in mind that deleting your Google Account will affect each product differently. We've put together a short list describing the behavior of a few products, but be sure to read up on specific information about other products that you're using.
If you've joined any Google groups, you'll continue to receive emails in your inbox after you've deleted your Google Account. To stop receiving emails, unsubscribe from a group by sending an email to [Groupname]-email@example.com. For example, if you wanted to leave google-friends, you'd send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
You'll permanently remove the Google products associated with that account, such as your orkut profile, your iGoogle page, and your Web History.
If you use Gmail with your account, you'll no longer be able to access that email. You'll also be unable to reuse your Gmail username.
To delete your Google Account, follow these steps:
Sign in on the Google Accounts homepage.
(If you forgot your password, you can reset it).
Click Close account and delete all services and info associated with it to delete your account. If you don't see this link near the bottom of the page, your account was likely created through an organization or company. To delete your account, talk to your domain administrator.
Confirm your account deletion. To do so, you'll need to select these two options: "Yes, I want to delete my account," and "Yes, I acknowledge that I am still responsible for any charges incurred due to any pending financial transactions." (You can safely select the latter option if you haven't used any of Google's paid products, such as AdWords and Google Checkout, or if you have no pending financial transactions related to these products.)
Restoring a Google Account
If you accidentally deleted your Google Account, you can attempt to restore it by going to our password assistance page within a limited window of time after deletion.
And this is the screenshot after Sign in on the Google Accounts homepage.
And this is the screenshot showing the options chosen while deleting the Google account:
Wednesday, May 02, 2012
Thursday, April 19, 2012
And my answer was to wait for 3 or more months to see if blog has been removed from deleted list and also if URL is available to others to claim for their own:
Let me test my answer. I am going to delete this blog Guang Zhou Kitchen today from another account and let us check in 3 or more months time if the blog has been removed from the list of blogs.
Tuesday, April 10, 2012
Sunday, February 19, 2012
Tuesday, February 14, 2012
This website Damansara Uptown Directory showing "This domain is parked free, courtesy of Google Apps" again.
This is the third or fourth time I had seen it. I don't know how many times it had happened without me being aware of it.
Hoping to get a permanent solution soon but wonder if that is wishful thinking
Thursday, February 09, 2012
Friday, January 20, 2012
<u>this use the deprecated code</u>
this use the deprecated code
Inline CSS code:
<span style="text-decoration:underline;">Testing this with inline CSS</span>
Testing this with inline CSS
Friday, January 13, 2012
The terrible conditions currently existing in Malaysia regarding bad governance, corruption, abuse of power by the ruling UMNO/BN Federal government plus their desperation to do whatever they can including using our (public) money to buy votes plus a unclean and unfair election now requires citizens with conscience to become whistle blowers to reveal whatever necessary to such hanky panky to increase the chances of real reform plus a regime change.
Now here is your chance not only to do your duty as a conscientious citizens but also to get some monetary rewards. The police is offering RM10,000 rewards for information that leads to arrest of suspects.
Article from Malaysiakini appended below courtesy of Malaysiakini:
6:19PM Jan 12, 2012
The police are offering RM10,000 reward for information on the culprit behind the three explosions during the pro-Anwar Ibrahim rally on Monday.
In a short statement on the police’s Facebook page, the police said that the reward will be granted to anyone who provides information that leads to the arrest of the person or group responsible for the incident.
Anyone with information on the matter are advised to contact DSP Yahya Abd Rahman at 0194708947 or contact the police contingent headquarters at 03-2146 0584/0585.
Alternatively, the public can also contact Bukit Aman operations centre at 03-2031 9999 / 03-2266 3444 or visit any nearby police stations.
[More to follow]
Police are offering a reward of RM10,000 for information on the culprit or cluprits behind the three explosions during the pro-Anwar Ibrahim rally on Monday.
In a brief statement on their Facebook page, the police say the reward will be granted to anyone who provides information leading to the arrest of the person or group responsible for the incident.
Anyone with information on the matter is advised to contact DSP Yahya Abd Rahman at 019-470 8947 or contact the police contingent headquarters at 03-2146 0584/0585.
Alternatively, members of the public can also contact the Bukit Aman operations centre at 03-2031 9999 / 03-2266 3444 or go to any nearby police station.
Police announced earlier that the case was being investigated under Section 6 of the Explosives Act 1957, which carries a maximum seven-year jail term, a fine of RM10,000, or both, upon conviction.
Selangor exco member Elizabeth Wong (right), whose official car was damaged in the first explosion, urged the police to expedite the probe.
“The bombings can be considered a terrorist action intended to cause chaos. Such things must not be allowed to be repeated.
“Those responsible for the bombings must be brought to justice immediately,” Wong said.
In addition, she condemned media reports accusing the rally participants of planting the bombs as “irresponsible” and “not making sense”.
The bombings occurred outside the Kuala Lumpur Court Complex, where PKR de facto leader Anwar Ibrahim was acquitted of sodomy charges about an hour before the first bomb exploded at 10.20am.
Five people were injured in the bombings, in addition to four motorcycles and several cars, including a car belonging to aMalaysiakini journalist, being damaged.
Police believe that the explosions were caused by home-made time bombs hidden in traffic cones.