For the past Seven years I have been a user of Airtel Broadband and have faced problem 3 times. Two times it was because of ADSL2+ modem and they sent the engineer promptly (Probably a perk of living in Delhi) . First time the problematic modem was replaced (from 220BXi to 110BXi) but on second time (May 2012) I was told that I would have to buy the modem myself as Airtel now does not support CPEs(customer premises equipment).
So after some searching on net I decided to buy Dlink 2750U; which has in-built ADSL2+ modem with 4 LAN port, 1 USB port and 1 RJ11(DSL) port to connect your ADSL line; from Flipkart. As a side note, I must say that delivery of Flipkart is just amazing. Front View Back View
The box contains everything you need to connect your ADSL connection. I connected the ADSL line from splitter to DSL port, LAN port of PC to LAN port of the router and switched it ON.
Now let’s start the process of configuring the router. Though a configuration CD was provided with the router,…
First of all I would like to wish my Lil’ sis “A Happy Birthday” I joined facebook sometime back and I am so happy that I did. I found a lot of my school friends there and now I am addicted to it. I am from Delhi, India (as are most of my school friends). I started conversing with them in Hindi (most of the time) as I feel that one can express better in his/her mothertongue. Unlike Orkut, Facebook does not support typing in Hindi, so I am presenting here a way to write comments, posts etc using Google's service. To be able to type in Hindi, you should have Firefox (The Best Browser). Same Procedure can be used with Internet Explorer. Read my comment no. 26 for changes required for Internet Explorer. The procedure for different languages remains the same for all the languages as with Hindi.
Right-click on the links below for different languages:
About two days back, I received an email by one of my reader Javier Esteban González Andújar and user of “Aspire” template, pointing to the fact that the embedded comment form has stopped working. He is a writer and had won prize for his work under Short Story category (Congrats!!!). He posted the news of his winning on his blog and was expecting Comments from his readers when he found out that the embedded comment form is not there. So to make things right again especially for him….
When everything was right, this is what embedded comment form looked like And this is what it looked like with no comment form.
Let’s make things right again.
Click Design => Edit HTML => Expand Widget Templates
Then Search for the code:- <iframeallowtransparency='true'class='blogger-iframe-colorize blogger-comment-from-post'frameborder='0'height='410'id='comment-editor'name='comment-editor'src=''width='100%'/> This is what…