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Monday, August 31, 2015

How to Host Pictures for EBay Auctions Using Photobucket

Register for an account at Photobucket. Photobucket is a free picture hosting site.
Click on Albums + Uploads on the left side of the page.
Choose 'Add More' if you have more then 3 pictures to upload.
Use the 'Browse' button next to each field to select the pictures from your computer hard drive that you want to put into your eBay auction.
Upload you pictures to Photobucket by clicking on the 'Upload' button after your pictures are selected.
Copy the HTML tag onto your clipboard. The HTML tag is found in the third field underneath each picture in your Photobucket album.
Paste the HTML tag from your clipboard into your eBay auction description.
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How to Change OWA Web Addresses (10 Steps)

Access the Windows desktop on the server hosting OWA.
Click 'Start,' click 'Run,' type 'inetmgr' (minus the quotes) into the Run dialog box and press 'Enter' to open IIS Manager on the Windows server. This method will work no matter which version of Windows server you are using.
Right-click the 'Sites' folder within IIS Manager and click 'Add Web Site.'
Type in the site name. This can be whatever you would like but should be easily recognizable to you. For example, 'Outlook Web Access' would clearly indicate the purpose of the site.
Click 'Select' next to the Application Pool dialog box.
Choose 'MSExchangeOWAAppPool' from the drop-down list and click 'OK.'
Browse to the physical path of OWA in the Physical Path box by clicking 'Browse.' Your OWA physical path is selected when initially installing Microsoft Exchange.
Choose 'https:' under the Type selection box. You can leave the IP address as 'All Unassigned,' and you can leave the port as 80. This is the default web port address.
Enter a host name. This is your new OWA URL, so choose carefully and do not neglect the 'www,' should you choose to have a 'www.'
Ensure that 'Start Web site immediately' is checked and press 'OK.'
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Saturday, August 29, 2015

How to Put a Slideshow on My Website (7 Steps)

Open the slideshow software program on your computer. Go to 'Start' and click 'Programs.' Select your slideshow software program.
Import the media into your slideshow software. Arrange the images and photos that you want featured. Select the 'Upload' function in your software. Upload the photos and images into the application.
Arrange the images and photos in the order you want. Add 'Transitions' and effects to enhance the slideshow.
Save the slideshow to your computer.
Log in to your website server. Enter your username and password to gain access. Select your website's hosting location. Open your website's file folder utility. Select the saved slideshow on your computer. Upload the slideshow to your website hosting files.
Log in to the administration panel of your website. Enter the username and password to access the backend. Click the embed button to copy the slideshow code. Paste the embed code into the website. This links the slideshow from the server to the site. Save the website settings.
Click the slideshow presentation on your website to test and view.
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How to Upload a Dreamweaver Website Into Go Daddy Hosting

Find the Host Name, FTP User Name and FTP Password you created when you opened your Go Daddy hosting account. You would have written this information down when you opened your account.
Open Dreamweaver. Go to 'Site' and then 'Manage Sites.'
Pick your website from the list given in the Manage Sites dialog box or click 'New' if you haven't started your website yet.
Choose 'Add New Server' when the setup window opens. Enter a name for your connection, something like 'Go Daddy' or your domain name would be easy to identify, but any name is OK.
Click 'FTP' from the connection menu and enter the FTP User Name and FTP Password you created with Go Daddy. Check the 'Save' box if you want Dreamweaver to remember your login information.
Type your domain name in the FTP box. Click the 'Test' button to confirm the connection. Leave any other fields blank or default unless you've set up special port or proxy settings in your home network or with Go Daddy.
Check 'Automatically upload files to server on save' if you want Dreamweaver to update your website every time you save a page.
Save the connection by clicking 'Save' and go to 'Edit,' then 'Preferences' in Windows. If you're using a Mac, click 'Dreamweaver' and then 'Preferences.'
Select your website from the list on the left and choose your upload settings. Establish whether the FTP connection will time out or terminate after a specified number of minutes. You can also set Dreamweaver to 'Prompt Before Moving Files on Server' and 'Save Files Before Putting.' Experiment until you find the settings that work for you.
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How to Host a Jewelry Home Party

Collect the names of people you want to invite; they can be friends, relatives, neighbors and acquaintances or people who have been referred to you as possibly being interested in jewelry.
Send out invitations to the potential guests on your jewelry home party list. Let people know the date, time and place. Include a map if you think people will have trouble finding the location. Be sure to add an RSVP so you know how much food and drink to order. Send out the invitations at least two weeks before the event but three weeks is better. Send a reminder note or email or call about a week before the event.
Order any supplies you need for the party: your jewelry kit, catalogs, business cards and order forms. If your company provides a hostess gift and you are holding the party at someone else's house, order the gift at this time, too.
Buy food and drink a day or so before the event.
On the day of the party, set out the food and refreshments. Arrange the jewelry display and catalogs on tables in the room so people can see them as they mingle.
Encourage guests to eat some food and relax as they arrive. Give them a little time to get acclimated before you start the party.
Start the party with a game---a raffle, for example. This breaks the ice and offers people the chance to win something right away.
Present the hostess with her gift and encourage others to act as hostesses for your next party.
Go over the details of the jewelry display and pass the items around. Answer any questions. Pass out catalogs and order forms.
Collect people's money for their orders.
Follow up the party with a thank-you card to the hostess and the people who attended.
Notify people when their gifts come in, if the company ships all orders to you. Deliver them, if that's part of your business setup. Encourage people again to host a party when you deliver their merchandise.
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Friday, August 28, 2015

How to upload or share a video and make money

Set up an account
Click 'upload' and follow the instructions
Add 'meta data' (descriptive language, title, etc.)
Use Sharing tools to publish 1 or hundreds of videos to your website, blog, community page etc.
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Tuesday, August 25, 2015

How to Host a Church Fair (11 Steps)

Organize a fair committee to help make plans and make sure the fair runs smoothly.
Institute a budget for the fair. The budget helps establish plans and needs.
Establish a date and location where the fair will be held.
Plan for the fair to be held during lunch or dinner hours. This allows people to enjoy a few hours of play and entertainment and is an opportune time for fellowship.
Chose a location that will best suit games, entertainment, food and social interaction. Set up a stage for the entertainment, booths or areas for games, and tables and chairs for people to eat and visit.
Create a fun theme for a church fair. A theme can add character and fun to your fair. Try a theme like Noah's Ark or God's Creation with a petting zoo and animals, or try a theme that is Carnival Fun with games and clowns.
Prepare a menu that will go along with your theme. Ask volunteers to make potluck dishes, set up barbecue grills to cook burgers or hotdogs or make sandwiches. Add chips or fruit to go along with your menu and be sure to include pop, punch or water. Also, ice cream or floats are a hit!
Ask the church body to set up and run booths of home made crafts, baked goods or garage sale items to sell.
Create a game atmosphere of fun and joy for kids of all ages. Plan for carnival games, booths or stations for the kids. Also you can rent a 'Bounce House' for kids to jump and have a ball.
Select entertainment. A few ideas for entertainment may be: a Band, a DJ, talent show, karaoke, comedy or theatre. Chose entertainment that is appropriate for your church fair but is also geared to entertain and have fun.
Explore the opportunity to use a church fair as a fund raising opportunity. You can sell food tickets or game tickets to help raise funds to cover the costs of the fair or use the funds as a donation to a charity or organization.
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How to Get Rid of an Untrusted Connection on Firefox

Click the 'I understand the risks' link on the warning page that opens in Firefox when you come to an untrusted connection.
Click the 'Add Exception' button to open the Add Security Exception dialog.
Review the message. If you think this will not pose an undue risk to your computer, click 'Confirm Security Exception' to go to the site.
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How to Embed TTF Fonts in CSS (4 Steps)

Open the HTML file for the Web page where you wish to display the embedded font. For websites or templates using a separate header file, open that instead. Use a code-editing program such as Notepad++, jEdit or BBEdit. Look for the following line of code in the top of your HTML file:
Look at the name of the .CSS file referenced in the
tag and open that file in your code editor. If you see no
tag, create one and then create a blank .CSS file.
Add the following code at the top of your .CSS file:@font-face {font-family: 'Font Name Here';src: URL('fontfile.ttf') format ('ttf');}Give a font family name to your font. You can use any name, but stick with a name that is easy to type and remember. Type the full or relative path to your .TTF file between the parentheses after 'URL.'
Use the embedded font as you would use a Web-safe font such as Arial, Helvetica or Georgia. Here is an example:h1 {font-family: 'Font Name Here', 'Another Font', generic;}The above code makes all tags use your embedded font. Should the embedded font not work, the browser will use 'Another Font' for level-one headers. In the case 'Another Font' does not exist on the user's computer, the browser goes to the last font. Use a generic family name here such as 'serif' and 'sans-serif.'
Upload your font using an FTP tool. If you do not use FTP, you can also log into your Web hosting control panel and then navigate to your file management tool. Most Web hosts offer this tool, which allows you to upload a few files at a time through your browser.
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How to Turn Your PC Into a Web Server (7 Steps)

Click the 'Start' button, and then click 'Settings', then click 'Control Panel'. Note: Some versions of XP don't have a 'Settings' selection on the Start menu; they just skip straight to 'Control Panel'. The main point is that you want to get to the Control Panel.
Double-click the 'Add or Remove Programs' icon.
Double-click the 'Add/Remove Windows Components' icon.
Click the Internet Information Services (IIS) check box. Please note: Some versions of XP do not have IIS available. If you don't see the IIS check box in the 'Windows Components' dialog box, your computer simply does not have that capability.
Select 'Details', and then click the check box entitled 'World Wide Web Service'. Then click 'OK'.
You will come back to the Windows Component dialog box. Simply click 'Next' to begin the installation process for IIS.
There you go! You have officially set up your PC as a web server! Make sure to test it with a basic ASP test page to ensure that it's serving the page properly.
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How to Create a Social Website (6 Steps)

Install WordPress on your Web server. Due to its popularity, WordPress is now offered as a standard application available with many Web-hosting plans. Some Web-hosting services offer an automatic installation option for WordPress. If you don't have much experience installing Web applications, select a Web host that offers automatic WordPress installation and you'll save a lot of time.
Install the BuddyPress plug-in. You can automatically install BuddyPress from the WordPress dashboard by going to the 'Plug-ins' menu on the left side of the Dashboard and selecting 'Add New.' Enter 'BuddyPress' in the plug-in search box. In the result listings, you'll see BuddyPress. Install BuddyPress by selecting the 'Install Now' link under the BuddyPress name.
Configure BuddyPress. BuddyPress has features for activity streams, editable user profiles, friend connections, private messaging, blogging and groups. Because BuddyPress is a WordPress plug-in, it is extensible, which means that features can be added to run alongside BuddyPress in the WordPress system. The site runs on WordPress and BuddyPress, so you can visit their site to see it in use.
Generate content for your website. Using WordPress, you can add pages or posts with content for your visitors and members. WordPress allows you to add text, images and video content to your website.
Promote your social website. You can use search engine optimization, pay-per-click advertising or other traditional advertising methods to generate awareness of your social website. If your website is dedicated to a specific interest group or organization, you may be able to promote the website within the interest group or organization membership.
Manage the users. Because social websites permit a certain degree of user-generated content, you may want to review some or all of the new contributions to the site to make sure that no illegal or objectionable content is being added. Also, if you allow comments on your pages or posts, you'll want to install a comment spam blocker such as the 'akismet' plug-in. In general, you'll need to keep an eye on users and the content they are adding to make sure that your social website doesn't get hijacked by spammers.
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Monday, August 24, 2015

How to Use SSL With Joomla

Purchase an SSL certificate from your Web hosting provider or another reseller. Have the provider enable the certificate for use on your domain.
Browse to the control panel for your Web hosting account. Use the 'File Manager' to locate the '.htaccess' file in your site's root directory. Download and save the file to your computer.
Open the '.htaccess' file with Notepad or another text editor. Add the following code to the text file:RewriteEngine onRewriteCond %{SERVER_PORT} !^443$RewriteRule .* https://%{HTTP_HOST}%{REQUEST_URI} [QSA,R=301,L]
Redirect permanent /
Delete the '' reference and replace it with the domain name for your Joomla site. Save the file and exit the text editor program.
Open the 'File Manager' application in your website control panel. Browse to the directory on your computer where you saved the '.htaccess' file. Upload the file to the root directory of your website. Overwrite the current '.htaccess' file if prompted to do so.
Browse to the administrative page for your Joomla website and log in as an administrator.
Browse to the 'Global Configuration' link on the main control panel page in Joomla. Click the link to go to the main Joomla settings page.
Click on the 'Server' tab near the top of the 'Global Configuration' page.
Click the 'Force SSL' drop-down box and select the 'Entire Site' option. Click the 'Save' icon in the upper right corner of the 'Global Configuration' page.
Log in to the Joomla website as you normally would. Because you changed the '.htaccess' file, Joomla will now redirect normal 'http' requests to the more secure 'https' log-in page.
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Saturday, August 22, 2015

How to Stream a WAV (6 Steps)

Upload the WAV file to your own server. Although you might want to stream a file that already exists online somewhere, doing so could cause the person hosting the file to lose “bandwidth” (the amount of data the hosting provider allows him to use each month) every time someone plays it. Login to your 'File Manager' and upload the file. Double click on the name of your file within the 'File Manager' to open it in a new tab or window.
Add an 'embed' code to the HTML of the webpage on which you wish to stream your WAV file. Hold down the 'Ctrl' and 'C' keys at the same time and copy the following code onto your computer's clipboard by highlighting it.
Paste the embed code into the HTML file for the page on which you plan to stream your wave. Double click on the file name—'index.html,' for example—in your 'File Manager' to open the HTML editor. Click your mouse wherever in the page—under the main 'Header' but before the 'Links' section, for example—and hold down the 'Ctrl' and 'V' keys at the same time to paste the embed code into the file.
Paste your WAV file's URL into the embed code. Navigate back to the tab where you opened your WAV file and click your mouse inside your browser's 'Address Bar.' Hold down the 'Ctrl' and 'C' keys at the same time to copy the file's URL and then tab back to your HTML file. Highlight the text file.wav and hold down the 'Ctrl' and 'V' keys at the same time to replace it with your file's URL.
Set whether or not you'd like your streaming WAV file to play automatically by adjusting the value after
'Autostart.' By default, the code you've inserted will begin playing the file as soon as someone visits your webpage. Replace 'true' with 'false' (all lowercase in any instance) to change this.
Save your HTML file and visit your webpage to listen to your streaming WAV file.
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How to Install IIS Admin Service (8 Steps)

Click the 'Start' button and select 'Settings.'
Double click the 'Control Panel' icon.
Double click the 'Add/Remove Programs' icon. This opens a window that lists the currently installed software.
Click 'Add/Remove Windows Components.' This opens a screen with all the current internal operating system software.
Click 'Internet Information Services.' This opens the installation wizard.
Click the 'Next' button. The installation begins. It should take only take a few minutes to install IIS.
Click the 'Finish' button. This closes the wizard window.
Click the 'OK' button. This closes the 'Add/Remove Programs' window.
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Friday, August 21, 2015

How to Host a Make

Clear enough space on kitchen counter or use a table to set up, buffet style the night before the party. Prepare the ice tead (place three family size or 6 regular size teabags in large glass container. Set outside to brew as 'sun tea' for five hours, or put in refrigerator the night before to make 'refrigerator tea.'
Set up the coffeemaker four to five hours before guests arrive. Prepare the taco filling: saute ground beef and onion in olive oil in large heavy skillet. Add tomato sauce and taco seasoning and stir. Pour into the crockpot, cover and turn heat on low. Set aside. Wash and chop green onions into 1/2' pieces. Put into serving bowl, cover with plastic wrap and refrigerate.
Prepare the Spanish rice an hour before guests arrive. Turn into a greased casserole dish and top with grated cheese. Place in 325 degree oven for 20 minutes.
Arrange bowls of salsa, shredded cheddar cheese, chopped green onions, guacamole and sour cream on counter 30 minutes before guests arrive. Place flour tortillas and taco shells in a basket lined with a colorful dishtowel or napkin, next to the crockpot. Put out serving spoons, and use colorful paper plates, napkins and silverware.
Set out the Spanish rice next to crockpot on counter with serving spoon when guests arrive. Pour chips into basket and place next to salsa. Hand out plates for self-serve.
Remove containers of ice cream from freezer after guests finish main course. Set out on the counter with serving spoon in each. Use a can opener to open both cans of Hershey's chocolate sauce and set out next to ice cream, along with enough bowls and spoons for guests to create their own 'Mexican flag' ice cream treats.
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How to Write a Sleepover Party Invitation (5 Steps)

Title your invitation with a clever phrase or catchy saying. Typically the title is used to explain the reason behind hosting a sleepover, whether it's a birthday party, New Year's or for the sake of just getting together. Think of the invitation title as a newspaper headline that is used to set the tone for the rest of the invitation.
Add all the necessary basic details such as who, what, when and where. The 'who' is the name of the child hosting the sleepover party. The 'what' outlines what kind of sleepover party it will be or if the party is themed. The 'when' outlines when the sleepover begins and also what time the children need to be picked up in the morning. The 'where' is the address and perhaps detailed directions for those unfamiliar with the area.
Advise the children as to what they need to bring to the sleepover party. Write this after all the basic details. For example, do the children need to bring their own sleeping bag and pillow? How about flashlights if it's an outdoor sleepover? Do they need to bring gifts or games? This allows the guests to properly prepare for a night away.
Outline briefly what kinds of activities and food the guests will enjoy at the sleepover party. This gives them some idea as to what other optional items they may need to bring. It also gives kids a chance to let the host know if they have any allergies to specific foods. If the sleepover party is a theme party, the activities will be coordinated in correspondence to that theme.
Include an RSVP date at the end of the invitation as well as the contact name and phone number.
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