Just another web browser. For me it’s everything. It’s my default web browser. I was fed up of crashes with Firefox and high memory usage. The high memory usage problem still persists. Since the Browser is based on Firefox. But It doesn’t crashes. I don’t have to use many extensions as many features I want are integrated into it. I just love the Web clipboard feature. It’s like my life. Just clip to it and use it in my blog. Very simple. I can setup my blog through flock and never visit blog editor on my blog. The features of Blog editor are pretty neat. Then there is integration to many social networking sites and upload sites.
Flock 1.1 integrates social networking and media services including Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, Flickr, Blogger, Gmail, Yahoo Mail, etc. When logging into to any of the supported social services, Flock automatically activates these services within its features:
* Flock can indicate when friends have updated their profile, uploaded photos or other things.
* Flock has internal features that allow simpler sharing for text, links, photos or even entire videos.
* Flock has its own system allowing quick preview of online videos and photos, and subscription to video feeds.
* Flock’s Feed Reader organizes Atom and RSS feeds.
* Flock’s Blog Editor allows direct posting into a designated blog, along with being a blog reader.
* Flock also allows for third-party add-ons, including a number of Firefox extensions.
None in particular. Doesn’t support Windows 98 (I think so). Who uses that OS By the way.
I was working on this theme for last few days. I had very little time for my blog. I just come, write some nonsense and then my online activity. Editing and customizing the theme was a boring task. So I always looked for a reason to skip it. But today I got enough time to edit and apply the theme.
Earlier I applied this theme 9 days back. Yeah on my Birthday. 🙂 But somehow it didn’t work. It didn’t display the unicode characters correctly. As you can see I write in 3 languages here. So there’ is a lot of importance of these unicode characters. I don’t like Mozilla based browsers as they don’t display the page properly. They skip something or add some junk. Internet Explorer is always reliable in rendering the page.
So the page used to display properly in Internet Explorer but not in Flock. Flock is a new browser which I’ve been using for a while now due to it’s neat features. Though I don’t rely on it as much as Internet Explorer. Let’s keep this browser talk aside. I was trying for a solution on how the characters will display correctly in Flock. I’m a beginner in PHP and HTML. But I can code and have enough knowledge to edit.
But this problem was headache. After lot of efforts I slowed down on this theme and started searching for an alternative. Today when I decided for a new them, I gave a last try on this. And it turned out to be a CSS problem. Just few lines of editing in CSS file and the theme worked as I wanted. I made a few changes to the original theme and now its running well. Also Updated the WordPress. My love for this blog is increasing day by day.
Hope you like what I write here.