If you need to upload Instagram photos from your PC the quickest and easiest way is to do it through the popular Vivaldi web browser.
01. Download and install Vivaldi
First of all, visit the Vivaldi site and download the browser if you don’t already have it installed on your OS. Then login to your Insta account and pull up your homepage.
02. Open a web panel
Now click the show panel icon bottom left of your screen to open up the side panel options, then click the add web panel icon. Insta should be already selected and clicking the new cross icon opens it in mobile mode.
03. Upload an image
Drag the new panel window over until it’s big enough to work with, then click the cross icon bottom center of the panel to upload an image.
If you can’t see the image to use you might want to try changing the customised files dropdown option on the pop up window to all files.
Click next, add a caption and hashtags as usual and publish to your Insta account. Dead easy.
Chrome Remote Desktop is a great tool that allows you to share your desktop or laptop screen with anyone for free.
It’s very easy to use. First you need to visit remotedesktop.google.com and install the Remote Desktop extension. Or if you use Chrome and are comfortable with finding extensions you can add it as usual through the Chrome Web Store.
You don’t need to use Chrome but you will need a Google Account. If you don’t have one already it will prompt you to set one up in your regular browser before accessing the sharing page.
Once that’s done, you click on the extension or visit https://remotedesktop.google.com/support/ to generate the share code which you share with someone.
That person also clicks on the extension or visits https://remotedesktop.google.com/support/ and adds the share code to remotely access your computer.
We use it all the time to connect remotely with our team, clients and family members as it’s simple and free.
Google made it official that page speed has a direct effect on rankings, and a fast site also improves the user experience of your website visitors. So here are some tips to speed up your WordPress site.
01. Optimize your images
Smush is a great compression tool that uses non-lossy image optimization to reduce file size.
02. Optimize your HTML, CSS & JS
Fast Velocity Minify works out of the box and requires little configuration. But after installing it, be sure to check your site in incognito mode to ensure it looks great to logged out users. It can conflict with some themes and plugins.
03. Cache your site
WP Super Cache works by serving up static HTML files of each page on your website reducing database queries and the load on your server.
04. Remove slow plugins
UsageDD adds a small box at the bottom of your page (only visible to admins) that shows the number of database queries, memory used, time to first byte (TTFB) and the time to generate a full page. It can help you find out which plugins are heavy on resources and slowing down your site.
We came across this error for the first time recently when a client emailed over an image he was having trouble uploading to his site.
A bit of research showed this warning can be caused by quite a few issues – but an easy one to rule out right away is whether your filename contains any punctuation marks.
It turned out the apostrophe was causing the issue and renaming the file solved the problem.