The concept of blog will never die, perhaps it has increasing rate of scope in upcoming future.

It is found that there is a rampage increase in the rate to write personal blogs where people are interacting with each other via the digital networks. In 2012, blogging.org stated that there were more than 42 million blog users in wordpress.org and 46 million users in blogger.com. These numbers will be reaching the sky limit in upcoming future.

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It has been already proved that people are interacting with each other via the virtual media and the number is continuously decreasing who interact physically. The online social media platforms such as facebook, twitter, instagram, etc. has taken all the time of citizens in every country. People sit online for hours to update their statuses, upload images, share tweets, write thoughts, etc. on their hand held devices or on their computers. This is why people are writing more and more than they speak in the public which is converting the social media platforms into micro and medium blogging sites.

Believe me or not, in my opinion, the upcoming generation will communicate with each other using texts and words & people will log their ideas, discussions, arguments, thoughts, etc. on the cloud using technology web based applications. Today they are sharing their thoughts on fb, twitter, quora, instagram, etc. Tomorrow they will owe their personal domain names to represent themselves. In Nepal and various other countries, the citizens avail their domain names free of cost. You can request your name from register.mos.com.np, an authorized institute in Kathmandu if you belong to Nepal. You just require a scan copy of a valid citizenship card if you want to register domain name for individual and a scan copy of company registration certificate for an organisation/company.

Reference:

Blogging Statistics, Facts and Figures in 2012 – Infographic

http://www.social4retail.com/the-blog-economy-blogging-stats-infographic-2014.html

Unable to save changes to menu in Drupal 6

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On the menu-customize page, after

1) dragging a menu item, or

2) checking/unchecking an enable checkbox,

and clicking “Save configuration”, changes to menu were not saved in Drupal 6. Hence, I started to debug the issue at the Application level. After long head bang, I raised my hand and took some rest. Finally, I googled and found that the problem was not at the Application Level but at System Level. I came to know that while posting the form (i.e. when Save Configuration is clicked) the data sent was of large amount and the system was not able to accept since maximum input size was not defined. Following were the changes made in php.ini file.

; How many GET/POST/COOKIE input variables may be accepted
max_input_vars = 2048

After making above changes I restarted the Apache server. Thus, the problem was resolved and Save Configuration in Menu started working.

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