Disabling Unnecessary Windows Services
This article provides specific recommendations about which services in Windows can be safely turned off with one caveat: if you are dealing with your personal computer that is not included…

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Modernization of old PCs
Immediately, I note that the article is not one year old and it was left on the site for a change. It is clear that now on the market there…

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Netbook Choice
Netbook, actually you could hear, or if you saw, decide that this is a laptop, just a small one. Actually, many stores throw them in one pile, but the netbook…

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How to install WordPress on hosting

In order to install WordPress on hosting, you need to follow a few steps that we will do now. So, how to install WordPress on hosting.

Step # 1 – Creating Your Domain Directory
Log in to the control panel of your hosting (example on the IspManager 5 panel), create a domain that you should have already registered. If you have not registered a domain, it is best to do it here.

To create the root folder of a domain, click on the menu on the left “www” – “www-domains”. Then to “create”. After that, a window with the WWW-domain tab will open in front of you. Enter the following: Continue reading

Advanced CSS Hacks Collection

A hack is a method that allows CSS to be perceived only by a specific browser.
Hacks can be used not only to fix bugs in the layout, but also if certain browser features are used to speed up the rendering of a web page in it (for example, CSS3 properties)

ALL KNOWN CONDITIONAL COMMENTS IN IE
Despite their fame, there are many rarely used ones.
For example, a stylesheet that will be visible to all browsers except IE versions 5-8.
<! – [if! IE] -> <link href = “styles.css” rel = “stylesheet” media = “all” /> <! – [endif] -> Continue reading

CSS layouts: fixed, rubber, elastic. Pros and cons

What layout layout (using Cascading Style Sheets, CSS) can be considered the best? Each of them has its own hacks (quirks) and its own unique pros and cons. Will one of them be more user friendly than everyone else? How easy will it be? What problems do each of them have and how to get around them? Is one of them easier to compose than the rest? Is there any defective, completely unsuitable among them? Most likely, many will unequivocally answer these questions, but I will not be in such a hurry. I like each of these layouts, and each is applicable in one way or another, if you do it wisely and carefully check the ease of use and equal accessibility for all categories of users. All of them are part of the presentational layer for the website, so most accessibility issues arise from the correct use of semantics and general layout rules. Next, I Continue reading

Netbook Choice
Netbook, actually you could hear, or if you saw, decide that this is a laptop, just a small one. Actually, many stores throw them in one pile, but the netbook…

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Advanced CSS Hacks Collection
A hack is a method that allows CSS to be perceived only by a specific browser. Hacks can be used not only to fix bugs in the layout, but also…

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How to protect a site from hacking by a hacker
With an insecure site, many troubles can happen: hacking by hackers, attacks, virus infection. Some of the most common attacks: XSS attack. The virus code is embedded in the data…

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Why the computer slows down and freezes - reasons and solution
Almost all PC users are faced with the fact that over time, the computer began to slow down. But, a few months ago, this has not happened yet and this…

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