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    • How to Prevent Caching of Your Web Page

      How to Prevent Caching of Your Web Page

      How to Prevent Caching The web documents, media and other web resources that are retrieved by a web browser are often saved, or cached, locally on the user’s hard drive. Caching reduces load times when a user browses the Internet by reducing the amount of new data that needs to be transferred. The next time

    • How long can my URL’s be?

      How long can my URL’s be?

      While there is not single specific value to determine the maximum length of a URL, users should be aware that variances in standards can cause different results. HTML3 imposes a 1024-character limit to attribute values, while HTML4 has no such restriction. There is no set minimum or maximum URL length, but some applications do have

    • NNTP (Network News Transfer Protocol)

      NNTP (Network News Transfer Protocol)

      NNTP (Network News Transfer Protocol) is the protocol used by Usenet news servers and clients (readers). Usenet is a huge shared message system which is used on the Internet. Usenet consists of newsgroups such as comp.sys.ibm.pc.hardware.video and rec.collecting.sport.hockey. The NNTP protocol exists on the Application Layer of the OSI Model. NNTP utilizes TCP port 119;

    • How to Uninstall Safari

      How to Uninstall Safari

      Safari is the web browser that Apple created to go along with the installation of its operating systems. However, should a Windows user want to use Safari, they can install it on their computer as well. The single problem that Apple users have with Safari is that uninstalling it is not possible. Windows users, though,

    • How Can I Find Someone’s Cell Phone Number?

      How Can I Find Someone’s Cell Phone Number?

      In this society, almost everyone has a cell phone. To call someone on their cell phone, however, a cell phone number is required. Unless the caller knows the recipient personally, finding his/her cell phone number can be quite frustrating. This article will list a number of ways that the reader can find someone's cell phone

    • How to Use MSN Emoticons

      How to Use MSN Emoticons

      MSN Emoticons are small icons that you can use to quickly express emotions during the course of conversation on Windows Messenger. An emoticon conventionally consists of an expressive, cartoon-like face depicting emotions, for example a yellow smiley happy face. The range of depictable emotions is broad, with most positive, happy emotions using a yellow character,

    • How to Fix a “Cannot Find Server or DNS” Error

      How to Fix a “Cannot Find Server or DNS” Error

      A server is a computer that ‘serves’ the network that it is connected to. It performs functions that are useful to the network. For example, there are file servers that store data and print servers that handle the network printing jobs. Businesses and other institutions often use servers to store important, possibly confidential, information and

    • What is Twitter and How Does It Work?

      What is Twitter and How Does It Work?

      Twitter is a social networking site that relies on micro-blogging for communication. By typing short, 140 character messages users can communicate with their followers and get information spread around. Since its inception, Twitter has grown and turned into a massive site used by main stream media as well as average individuals to communicate about important

    • How to Convert iTunes to Windows Media Player

      How to Convert iTunes to Windows Media Player

      The iTunes media player and associated content library has become one of the most popular applications for purchasing, storing, and creating playlists of both audio and video content on the marketplace. For iTunes users who use the media application on a computer that has the Windows operating system installed, a common issue that arises is

    • How to Tag People in Facebook Status

      How to Tag People in Facebook Status

      One of the features that Facebook added after doing their third round of design changes was the tag in Facebook statuses. What this meant was that a link was added in your status that would take the clicker to that person's Facebook page. In essence, it was similar to the shout used in the Twitter

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