Showing posts from April, 2013

The dark side of catch all

I use my own domain for email service which uses Google Apps For Your Domain . I had almost 0% spam in my mailbox. For this I used variety of approaches like: Mailinator: I've been using Mailinator from a very long time for signing up for any non important website. After webmaster became aware of popularity of mailinator they began blocking Mailinator and its affiliated domain for signup. After that I setup my own mx record to work with Mailinator . You can also use and check your email at . If you haven't realized yet anything, can be literally anything. The only problem with this method is you can't use this with more personal website. The + trick:  The beauty of Gmail is that you can add anything in your email address username part by adding +. So whenever you've to signup for websites you can use email address like . If you start receiving spam on  this email address you can

Cool CSS tricks

CSS to turn everything in website upside down: body { -webkit-transform: rotate(180deg); transform: rotate(180deg); } CSS to blur everything in website for every 30 seconds body { -webkit-animation: blur 30s infinite; } CSS to spin everything in website body { -webkit-animation: spin 5s linear infinite; animation: spin 5s linear infinite; } CSS to flip all images of website img { -webkit-transform: rotate(180deg); transform: rotate(180deg); } CSS to change font of everything of website to Comic Sans  body, p, body p, body div p { font-family: 'Comic Sans MS', cursive !important; } CSS to spin all images of website  img { -webkit-animation: spin 1s linear infinite; animation: spin 1s linear infinite; } CSS to hide second paragraph of a website p:nth-child(2) { display:none !important; } CSS to change cursor of website to wait permanently  html { cursor:wait !important; } CSS to hide the cur