Phisher Schemes are on the rise. Are you at risk? This is not a Windows problem or a Macintosh problem. This is an internet problem and anyone who spends time or money online needs to be aware of this growing trend. In this quick internet security tutorial, we’ll take a look at one of the ways that we’re all at risk and how we can avoid getting caught in the net.
• Nov 11, 2004
The ability to search a site is probably one of the most useful features you can add to your site. Especially if your site has a number of pages. If you have a very basic site with a handful of pages then you probably don’t want to even bother with it.
• Nov 10, 2004
Anyone who has ever built a web page has one thing that they want to know once they upload it; how many visits am I getting? In this tutorial, I am going to show you how to add a counter to your web page, for free of course.
• Nov 9, 2004
Want to add some traffic to your web site? Try a Message Board (aka Forum). With a Message Board, visitors can discuss topics of interest. I have recently added a Message Board to my site, in hopes of helping people receive answers to their computer questions. In this tutorial, I’m going to show you how to add and customize a FREE Message Board.
• Nov 6, 2004
For those of you who are left handed, you know what it is like living in a right handed world. Nothing works the way you want. Using the mouse properties control panel, you can finally make something work the way you like.
• Nov 5, 2004
What are cookies? A cookie is a message given to a Web browser by a Web server. The browser stores the message in a text file. The message is then sent back to the server each time the browser requests a page from the server.
• Nov 3, 2004
Mail Rules allow you to sort your mail using criteria like who the sender is, what the subject is and what is contained in the body of the message. Using Mail Rules can help you eliminate unwanted junk email (Spam).
• Nov 3, 2004
With the release of iTunes 4 and the integrated iTunes Music Store (iTMS) Apple has added the ability to view album artwork. Every song that you purchase comes with the album artwork for the album that it comes from. This is great for newly purchased music, but what about CD’s that you’ve ripped? Or music that you’ve downloaded (legally, of course) off of the internet? I’ll show you how to find the album art for all of your music.
• Nov 2, 2004