Last week I made some changes to my blog. They were minor changes. But I had some good changes in my mind that time. Unfortunately I could not implement them as I fell sick. Was not in a position even to stand forget the changes. Yesterday I felt better and today I’m almost fine. A little bit of cough still persists. So I decided to make some changes.
First thing was to have a Favorite icon. As you can see now my blog looks different in all those tabs. You can easily identify my page due to that small image. The “G” images. What does “G” stands for?? Well “G” stands for Genius. 😀 It’s my Initial letter. There are many fancy things also. But I thought of this simple icon.
Secondly some CSS changes. Now the links in my posts appear in clear red. Earlier it was difficult to find which text is link. But now it’s clearly visible. Also the text at the bottom of page is changed. Earlier it was “Next Page and Previous Page” now it’s “Older Posts and Newer posts”. Sensible??? Continue reading →
If you accidentally delete the Show Desktop icon from the Quick Launch toolbar, here’s how to get it back:
1. Open Notepad
2. Type these lines, precisely, into Notepad:
3. Save the file on your desktop as “Show Desktop.scf”
You see a new icon on your desktop that looks remarkably like the Show Desktop icon that used to be on your Quick Launch toolbar.
4. Right-click the new icon on your desktop and drag it to the Quick Launch toolbar.
5. Drop the icon wherever you like on the Quick Launch toolbar and choose Move Here. If you choose Move Here, Windows automatically deletes the icon from the desktop.
If there is no icon in Quick Launch toolbar then you won’t be able to move the above way. In that case browse to
“C:\Documents and Settings\Username\Application Data\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Quick Launch”
Here “Username” is your windows login name. This folder is hidden so just copy above path substituting username and paste it in Windows Explorer adress bar. Press enter and folder will open. Now copy or move the “Show Desktop.scf” to this folder. It will immediately appear in Quick Launch toolbar.