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Posts Categorized: Computers & Internet
Google has quietly added a new feature to their already popular search site called Google Suggest. As you type, Suggest gives a list of similar searches as ideas to further refine your search.
PHP has 3 functions that output text; echo, print, and printf. But, what’s the difference? More importantly, which one should be used in which situation?
It you have spent time on sites that use a CMS system as a back-end, you may have noticed a line towards the bottom that tells you how long that page took to generate. While not always useful for the end user, it is very useful to you as a the developer. It gives you… Read more »
After a previous article, I decided I needed a way to expand web buttons to look even more like ‘normal’ computer buttons. Windows XP buttons highlight when your mouse goes over them. I knew this was possible with links, so I set out to do it with buttons as well.
Hamrick software released an update to their award winning VueScan software with version 8.1.12.
Tired of the boring gray buttons on web forms? With a little CSS you can make your buttons look just how you like.
Lycos Europe has apparently scrapped the MakeLoveNotSpam screen saver that turns the users computer in to a DDoS attacker against spamming web sites.
On my other blog I wrote about Lycos Europe releasing a screen saver that hits web servers that are “spam friendly”. Lycos denies that this constitutes a DDoS attack, but if it walks like a duck… Well, the spammers aren’t taking it sitting down.
Say the term “virus” to most computer users and you’ll cause a shudder. But, what do you really know about computer viruses? How do they work? Why are they written? What can you do to protect yourself?