Articles tagged: websites
There are many reasons pictures don’t show on websites. Some you can control, but others are problems with the websites themselves.
The internet has a very long memory. Removal from search engines is practically and perhaps literally impossible.
It appears that the look and feel of msn.com is changing yet again. To many that have msn.com as their home page, this change may or may not be welcome.
Over the years the technology on which Ask Leo! is based has changed a little. I’ll give you an overview of the current state of affairs.
Even a cached version of a website could send information about you back to the original server. The thing is that we just don’t (and can’t) know.
If your webmaster leaves unexpectedly, you can have a lot of trouble getting access to your own website. I’ll review some of the things that you need to do to prepare – just in case.
Can you get around web blocking software? Here are a few steps to figure it out.
Websites that automatically play sound are evil, pure and simple. And there is only one way to quickly get rid of the intrusive sounds.
Facebook popups asking you to share content can be annoying. There’s a reason websites do it, but the best practice is to be unobtrusive. So what can you do to get rid of those annoying popups?
This is a difficult problem to solve. Steps to protect yourself from a malicious website could mask the problem so you never see it. I can give you a few suggestions.
The site you’re used to visiting has simply gone away. Tracking down the owner might not be easy to do.
There is little that you or I can do when a website goes away except to use online tools to try to trace it, or find some other way to replicate the service.
You can install as many browsers as you like. Personally, I usually install at least two, if not three. However, there can be only one default.
What you did in this situation is exactly what I would have done: start by contacting the website and asking to be removed.
Where to host your website depends on what kind of a website it is. Options range from free to expensive based on your needs.
Adobe Flash is a nearly ubiquitous tool for displaying video on the web. You must install it, of course, but often that’s not enough.