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    • How Do I Setup My Own Email Address?

      How Do I Setup My Own Email Address?

      Although the vast majority of people worldwide now have an email address, if not several email addresses, there are still a large number of people that have not yet joined the rest of us in email communication. Some people simply do not want an email address while others desire to use email but either do

    • How to Recover Deleted E-Mails from Outlook Express

      How to Recover Deleted E-Mails from Outlook Express

      There is generally no way to recover deleted emails from Outlook Express. However, there are some exceptions to this. Outlook users may normally delete each email after reading it. While doing this, the user may discover that he/she accidentally deleted an email that was important. If his/her Outlook Express account is set up to automatically

    • How to Delete a MySpace Account

      How to Delete a MySpace Account

      To delete your Myspace account, the first thing you need to do is log in to your account. Once your page loads, go to the top right hand corner of the screen and click “My Account.” Unlike Facebook, Myspace has it very clearly labelled where the delete account button is and that makes the process

    • How to Download Fonts

      How to Download Fonts

      Fonts are used to style text on all digital devices. Every font gives a distinct design and typography to a body of text. They are used on computers, mobile devices, embedded devices and print materials. There are thousands of fonts available on the Internet, few paid and many free. These are available in different formats

    • How to tell if Your HTML is correct

      How to tell if Your HTML is correct

      Validate HTML First, you should validate your HTML with either an online HTML validator or an off-line HTML validator. Online HTML Validators W3C HTML Validator Web Design Group HTML Validator CSE HTML Validator Lite Online Validator Offline HTML Validators HTML Tidy W3C Markup Validator (Unix only) Ensuring that your HTML is 100% standards compliant will

    • How to Setup an Intranet

      How to Setup an Intranet

      An intranet is an internal or restricted access network. It is very similar to the Internet except it is used within organizations and businesses. The intranet uses the same types of web technologies that the normal Internet (or extranet) uses, except the content and data that is transmitted and received occurs internally. An intranet website

    • Enhanced Protected Mode in Internet Explorer

      Enhanced Protected Mode in Internet Explorer

      With the increasing online attacks and web hacking incidents, it is very important for all web browsers to provide comprehensive and integrated security features. These security features will help the users to be safe and secure while browsing the Internet. Microsoft injects new security components and features with every release of their flagship browser, Internet

    • WAMPServer

      WAMPServer

      WAMP is a mini web server that runs on almost any Windows operating system. WAMP has Apache, PHP (SMTP ports are disabled), and MySQL (phpMyAdmin and SQLitemanager are installed to manage the user’s databases) pre-installed. WAMP is widely used and relied upon for local development or as a ready-to-deploy server. The ease of installation, configuration

    • How to Create Your Own MySpace Layout

      How to Create Your Own MySpace Layout

      Creating your own MySpace layout requires the use of coding in CSS and HTML. Prior knowledge of these technologies is not absolutely necessary, but will make your life easier. There are two types of MySpace layouts. One involves customizing your default profile and another requires creating what is called a div layout. The latter is

    • How to Change an Email Password

      How to Change an Email Password

      The steps required to change an e-mail password are different for each email system. When changing email passwords, there are three types of email passwords to consider: Passwords in e-mail clients such as Microsoft Outlook and Eudora Passwords in e-mail servers such as Microsoft Exchange, sendmail, and Postfix Passwords in web based e-mail systems such

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