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You cannot install any custom plugins on Wordpress.com for related posts. Unfortunately. The one I've used and abused is called Yet Another Related Posts Plugin. It's highly customizable, free, and has the widget that you want. As of June 2012, there is no feature built-in to Wordpress.com to display related posts.


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You can remove the Recent Photos box with a single custom CSS rule. First, install Stylish for Firefox or Chrome, then navigate to Gmail. Locate your Stylish options and select "Write new style... for mail.google.com" Add the following to your new Style: div.am0{display:none;} For example, using Firefox, your style should look like the following: ...


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Automatically? Apparently not any more. However, you can achieve what you want on a per-post basis by using the magic of shortcodes. Specifically, the display posts shortcode. Add the shortcode [display-posts] in a post or page, and use the arguments to query based on tag, category, post type, and many other possibilities. Depending on what you want ...


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Partly - you can bring them back but not both at the same time it seems. You can display them one at a time by clicking on the Calendar / Gadget icons at the bottom of the left column and resize using the top resize bar.


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This page - http://dev.twitter.com/pages/rate-limiting - has information on this (important stuff highlighted in bold below) Requests to the Search API, hosted on search.twitter.com, do not count towards the REST API limit. However, all requests coming from an IP address are applied to a Search Rate Limit. The Search Rate Limit isn't made public to ...


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Way back in the dark ages, before FireFox, I started using SlimBrowser. I especially like this browser because it defeats popups by default. Slimbrowser was the first tabbed browser. The popup blocker in the browser automatically kills annoying popup and pop-under ads. It uses internet explorer as it's engine, but because of the intelligence built into the ...


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This extension works with the Adblock Plus lists. Fanboy's list works really well, or use the one you already linked from the Google CDN.


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Widget Block seems very difficult to amend the list of domains you want to block. Why not just install AdBlock and follow the steps in this tutorial. The tutorial explains how to read in a list of domains from a text file. This is far easier than Widget Block. The text file used in the tutorial looks be updated every 3 days so there is even less effort ...



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