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Configure Outlook 2003 with Outlook.com

Configure Outlook to connect to an Outlook.com account

In November 2015, Microsoft announced changes to their Outlook.com services that will impact your ability to send/receive emails if you’re using any email account @hotmail, @live, @msn, @outlook.com. They have also provided a guide on how to fix the problem if, at some point, you stop receiving emails to your Office Outlook email client. While Microsoft’s solution works on most cases, unfortunately it doesn’t on some.
Here’s a guide how to set up Outlook to work with your Hotmail account…

PHP connect to MySQL Database

How To Connect to a MySQL Database using PHP Script

So you think you can dance.. err… program? You want to build a website, not a plain static site using only HTML programming language, but a dynamic one where you will be able to store data. Remember that even blogs like this one use PHP/MySQL. All your user’s input, comments, feedbacks, contact info essential for your business to follow up on them, is stored in a database. You will have access to this database and run queries to extract your needed data.
These are our weapons: Apache Server, PHP knowledge, MySQL. Let’s start this step-by-step tutorial.


Hide Typed Data – Password Field

We all see those fields that mask (or hide) data while you type, specifically Password Fields. Each character you type is replaced with a symbol, tipycally an asterisk or a small circle (depending on the browser you’re using).

We all know what they are, why they’re useful (keeping sensitive data such as your password from prying eyes), but have you ever wondered how to create one? Well, today I’m going to provide a step-by-step guide on how to create…

4 Quick Tips To Market Your Blog

With 2015 now well underway you may have finally convinced yourself to startup your own blog or website. More and more individuals each year are building blogs, even those who may not possess any web design or development skills. With so many blog and website building platforms out there, just about anybody can get involved in the world wide web. Nevertheless, with websites being so easy to churn out and produce it can often mean that there are many other websites and blogs competing for the same viewers or potential customers as your blog. …

5 Common Mistakes About Digital Marketing – A Beginner’s Guide

It іs nо doubt thаt іn thіs technology-driven wоrld, digital media based marketing hаs gіvеn thе business development а nеw boosting tоwаrds faster growth. Вut fоllоwіng аrе sоmе common mistakes thаt а newbie shоuld avoid:

1. Higher time consumption versus fewer rеsults:

Тhе fіrst thing thаt disappoints а beginner іs time аgаіnst rеsults. …

A Guide To Internet Marketing For Beginners

Internet Marketing fоr beginners іs sоmеwhаt оf аn oxymoron. Тhіs іs bесаusе whіlе іn theory thе concepts bеhіnd Internet marketing mіght bе vеrу simple, executing effective strategies саn bе extremely difficult. Тhіs саn еvеn bе difficult fоr thоsе whо аrе pretty knowledgeable іn thе wоrld оf Internet marketing. Wіth thіs іn mind, I will attempt tо explain thе idea оf Internet marketing fоr beginners аnd will outline sоmе vital strategies whісh саn help а business owner tо launch hіs/her оwn Internet marketing campaign. I will cover ideas suсh аs creating а website, placing banner ads, emailing оut e-newsletters, orchestrating аn email marketing campaign аnd optimizing уоur website fоr search engines.

What Is The Domain Redemption Period?

The redemption period is a Domain Registry period of up to 30 days that occurs when a domain name is deleted after having expired unrenewed. Instead of just getting deleted and returning to the pool of domain names available for registration, the existing registry keeps a hold on the domain name in a what is technically called as REDEMPTION PERIOD. During this 30-day redemption period, the original domain registrant (owner of the domain) is allowed to retrieve the domain name from deletion by contacting their Registrar. This process costs an additional fee.

This extra 30-day period (redemption period) extends the time available to renew expired domain names by 30 days. However, all names that enter the redemption period are

Display An Alert Box On Your Web Page

How to display an alert box to users, showing additional information or a simple message.

The alert() statement generates a message box with the message you specify, and an OK button to close the box. The alert box takes the focus away from the current window, and forces the browser to read the message. The user cannot continue viewing your web pages until the box is closed.

The following JavaScript code is to be placed in the body section of your web page, positioned wherever you’d like it to appear:

Displaying Last Modification Date

Display information about the last time your web page was modified.

Displaying the last modified date and time of a web page is important for a web page with changing content.

A small line of JavaScript code will generate the date and time that you last saved your web page. Usually this information appears at the bottom of the web page. JavaScript uses the document.write() method to generate text, and the document.lastModified property to store the date and time when you last saved your web page. The JavaScript code must be enclosed within a starting and ending script tag.

The date and time information that appears is based on Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) and it indicates when you last saved the web page on the web server.

Automatically Reload A Web Page

Web Designers needing to have a particular page to auto-reload, can easily accomplish such task just by adding a meta tag within the head section.

A web page containing dynamic content (weather, news, etc.) can change periodically. Refreshing the page ensures that users can see the most recent information.

Place a meta tag within the head section,
set the http-equiv attribute to a value of refresh,
then set the content attribute to the number of seconds you want the web page to automatically refresh.