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TextFixer.com "features online text and html changing, modifying, converting tools designed to save you time making web pages or preparing text for web publication. If you've ever needed to capitalize sentences or convert line breaks to <p> or <br /> then this site can save you needless manual labor."
Martin Rundkvist teaches us how to suppress the error message "Your last Firefox session closed unexpectedly" that Firefox sometimes gives when launched.
The Japan-based design magazine 'PingMag' lists their picks for 8 Invaluable WordPress Plugins!
Oooooo, pretty — free icons for websites or open-source applications!
Google now makes their Google Gadgets available for inclusion in any webpage.
Free Web Page Headers collects just what you would think it does — free web page header graphics for use on personal websites and blogs.
Ben Hunt has posted a complete web design course online, free of charge.
The CSS Menu Generator "will generate both the CSS and the HTML code required to produce a text-based yet appealing set of navigation buttons. As text links are fast becoming preferred over images where search engine optimization is needed, a CSS menu can give the affectiveness of text links with a better look than standard text links."
"Performancing for Firefox is a full featured blog editor that sits right within Firefox. Just hit F8 or click the little pencil icon at the bottom right to bring up the blog editor and easily post to your WordPress, MovableType or Blogger blogs."
It turns out that the "broken window" theory applies to weblogs, too… "The minute you open your blog or journal for comments, itís your responsibility to monitor whatís being posted. Itís even more important to nuke junk as soon as it appears."