Anyone that uses twitter finds that posting links can take precious character space. Tr.im is a service that not only lets you smallerize and post your links to twitter, but track your link traffic. And they provide handy bookmarklets to make it easy to trim and post your links from your browser.
The only problem is that if you are like me, you really started twittering hard when you got your iPhone, and saving that bookmarklet to the iPhone safari browser only lets you bookmark the tr.im site.
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Dreamweaver gives you the ability to set up sites and save passwords so you don’t have to think about them anymore. That’s great, unless you need to find out what the password actually is. There are a few sites out there that cover finding and decoding an ftp password. But RDS is another story.
So what do you do when you need to know what the password is to send to somebody? Of course you didn’t write it down, Dreamweaver remembers passwords…
So, where does it remember them to? An XML file in your dreamweaver configuration file.
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What do I really have to say? I have been a web developer and designer for the last 6 years. Before that I spent quite a bit of time at a printing company. Nearly the whole time, I have had this web domain and have done nothing with it. So I decided to change that.
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