Monday, August 31, 2015
Go to the 'MediaFire' home page (See Resources).
Click the 'Login' link located at the upper-right corner of the website.
Enter your email address and password and click the 'Login to MediaFire' button.
Click the 'My Account' tab.
Select the 'Account and Billing' option.
Click the 'Cancel' link. You will continue to have access to your MediaPro account until the end of the current monthly subscription period. After your current monthly period ends, your MediaPro account will automatically delete from the MediaFire system.
Press 'Windows-X' to open the power user menu, and select 'Command Prompt' from the list. Pinging a server doesn't require administrator access, so you can ping Minecraft servers from any user account on your computer.
Use the ping command, followed by the server's address. An example would look like this:ping example.minecraftserver.comThe ping may take a second or two to complete, at which point the screen will display several reply results from the ping test.
Look for the average time; it should be the last piece of information displayed on the screen. The average represents the most likely ping time for your server latency, measured in milliseconds. While it may not be reflective of your exact latency at any given time while connected, it's a solid measure of what you can expect.
Open a Web browser and navigate to GoDaddy's Web mail interface at email.secureserver.net.
Sign in with your email address and password.
Hover over 'Help' in the toolbar at the top of the page to bring up a list of options. Click 'Email Client Settings.'
Jot down the POP3 and SMTP server information that appears in a dialog box.
Log out of your GoDaddy account.
Determine where you would like to post the web page. You will need a web hosting service account. Three popular web hosting services include Go Daddy, bluehost and 1&1 (see Resources).
Determine the details of your account, including the hostname (the machine that that you will upload files to), your username, password and URL address.
Establish a connection to the Internet via a local area connection or wireless connection.
Open an FTP program such as FileZilla or CoreFTP, which are available for free download.
Enter your hostname, username and password of your website in the FTP program.
Locate the web page you would like to post. Click 'Browse' from the FTP program, navigate to the file and click to select it.
Click the option to transfer the web page to the hosting provider.
Sunday, August 30, 2015
Open the Webs site. Click your website type from the drop-down menu, and then click 'Get Started.'
Type your email address, a password, your name, birth date and gender in the designated fields and then click 'HTML-Only Mode.'
Type your desired website address in the 'Site Address' field. Type the Captcha characters as they're shown, and then click 'Next Step.'
Click your account package and click 'Select Now' or 'Upgrade Now' to create your site.
Conduct an online search for a free hit counter, such as 123counters.com, sitecounters.info and easy-hit-counters.com.
Read the terms/agreement for using the free hit counter.
Choose a style for your hit counter.
Register your account by including a user name, password, starting count for your hit counter, a valid email address and the URL of the page where the hit counter will be added.
Accept the terms/agreement and follow them. A html code will be generated for your hit counter.
Copy the html code provided. It may be similar to:
http://easyhitcounters.com/' target='_top'>Free Counter Or another provided by http://www.gobblerhosting.com, which allows you to track 'all hits' or 'unique visitors':
http://www.gobblerhosting.com' target='_blank' style='text-decoration: none; font-size: 9px; font-family: Verdana; color: #000000'>Website Hosting Services
Open your preferred text editor (such as Notepad or WordPad) and scroll to the area of your page where you want the hit counter to appear. Most hit counters are placed on the bottom of the page, just above the
Paste the hit counter code to each page you want to place the hit counter and save your HTML file.
Find a website that will allow you to get URLs for your MP3s. A few websites that offer this service for free are Mailbox Drive, File Den, and MP3 Upload.
Select the option to register for a new user account. Create a username and password and provide a valid email address during the registration process.
Log in to your new user account. Click on the option to upload files.
Locate the MP3 file on your computer that you would like to generate a URL for. Double-click the MP3. If the upload process does not start immediately, you may have to click on the 'Upload' option again to complete the process.
Copy or write down the URL generated after your MP3 has finished uploading. You can now use the URL to play your music online. Websites such as MixPod and My Flash Fetish will allow you to paste the MP3 URLs inside a music or audio player that can be placed on your website.
Register your domain name. You may register your domain name through various sites like Yahoo, Godaddy and many more. Choose a name that represents your company but is easy and short enough for customers to remember. You may also purchase multiple domain names that navigate back to one site. This is a great tool to help customers find your site when they are unsure of the actual address. For example, btob.com may want to also purchase backtobusiness.com.
Choose your hosting plan. Hosting is what makes your website accessible via World Wide Web. Basically, you are renting web space. Several website-hosting plans are available depending on the amount of information you want to display on your website. Choose a hosting plan that supports website shopping carts.
Select a website template. Search for ecommerce website templates and select a template that best represents your business. Templates Box has been providing professional website templates since 2002. Once you purchase a template, you will have the option to have your site customized or you can choose to do it yourself. Having your site customized will cost extra money.
Customize your website. Enter your business content and set up your shopping cart. When using a template, simply upload the items you wish to sell and price your items accordingly. You will have the option to link your shopping cart to a PayPal or credit-card account.
Upload your completed website to your hosting server.
Saturday, August 29, 2015
Open Microsoft Outlook and select 'Tools > Email Accounts' from the menu. In the 'Email Accounts' dialog box, select the option: 'Add a new e-mail account' and hit 'Next.'
Select POP3 as the option to connect to a POP3 e-mail server and download your e-mail and hit 'Next.'
Type in the name you would like to appear in the 'From' field for your outgoing emails and enter the email address you're setting up in the 'E-mail Address' field. Add the user name and password from your Internet server for your email account.
Add your incoming mail server (POP3) and outgoing mail server (SMTP) information under 'Server Information' and place a checkmark by 'Remember password.'
Select the 'More Settings' button. In the 'Internet E-mail Settings' dialog box, select the 'Outgoing Server' tab. Place a checkmark beside 'My outgoing server (SMTP) requires authentication.' Leave the 'Use same settings as my incoming mail server' option selected and click OK.
Hit the 'Finish' button to complete the set up.
Complete any prerequisites required by the software for the type of cluster you want to create. For example, each host in a VMware HA cluster must have an assigned host name and a static IP address associated with each of the virtual NICs. All hosts in an EVC cluster should be configured for VMotion.
Start the vSphere Client by double-clicking the shortcut or select 'Start > Programs > VMware > VMware vSphere Client.'
Log in to vCenter Server as the administrator.
Log in to your cPanel control panel. cPanel is generally located at yoursite.com/cpanel. (Replace 'yoursite.com' with your website address.)
Click on 'IP Deny Manager,' located under the 'Security' tab.
Type the IP address that you wish to block into the box. If you would like to block a domain, simply add the domain address into the box. cPanel will automatically attempt to locate the IP address of the given domain. Click the 'Add' button.
Locate the image on the computer hard drive that is to be posted.
Host the image that is to be posted. There are many image hosting services on the Internet (see resources) that can accomplish this task. Follow the steps on the hosting site that was chosen and upload the image.
Obtain the source address for the image. Once the image is hosted it now has a source address. The source address is the images location on the host server. A source address appears similar to an Internet site address with one exception there is no www in the source address.
Insert the source address inside image markup tags. Markup tags are what enable the blogs and message boards to differentiate the image from regular typed text. An example of these tags is between the following quotation marks '
.' Be sure to eliminate the spaces between '
Log on to the server's host computer and press 'Windows-X' to launch the power user menu. If you're using a different computer to host the server than you will be to play, you need to perform these steps on the host computer. The IP address of the computer you'll be playing on won't be useful for this process.
Select 'Command Prompt' from the power user menu and enter the 'ipconfig' command when it loads. It may take a moment for your computer to load all the IP information, including the address you need.
Make a note of the 'IPv4 Address,' which is your computer's local IP address. This is the number you'll need to give out to the other players, as well as the IP address you'll need to connect to if you're going to play on a computer other than the host computer.
Start up your 'Minecraft' server software and bring the server online. Once the server is up and running, you need to get in contact with the other players and give them the IP address so that the game can begin.
Friday, August 28, 2015
Make sure you save the picture to your computer. If you do not have the picture on a memory card or flash drive, upload it using a scanner. Make sure the file is saved as a .jpg, .gif or .jpeg. These formats ensure easy editing.
Open your browser and go to an image-hosting website that offers free photo editing, such as Photobucket.
Sign up for a free account. The website may require you to verify your email address before continuing with the site. Check your email and click the link provided in the email.
Click 'Upload Images and Videos' and navigate to the location where you previously saved your picture. Select your picture and click 'Open.' Your picture will upload. If you would like to upload more than one picture, hold the 'Ctrl' key on your keyboard and select the pictures. Enter a title, caption or tag to your picture and click 'Save' when your you are finished.
Click 'Edit' above your picture. Your browser loads an editing screen.
Click the any of the tabs at the top of the screen to edit your picture. Photobucket contains many types of editing styles. 'Basic' allows you to fix red eyes, crop, re-size, rotate and edit the contrast. 'Effects' changes the colors and effects of your picture. 'Decorate' allows you to add clip art, text, borders and other graphical effects. 'Animation' lets you add glittery stickers and art to your picture. 'Beautify' edits any blemishes or mishaps. 'Distort' stretches and widens any portion of your picture. 'Layers' allows you to combine more than one picture. 'Geek' contains many tools to edit the properties of your picture.
Experiment with the tools and add 'bling' to your picture.
Click 'Save a Copy' when you are finished. This does not write over the original picture.
Thursday, August 27, 2015
Go to the 'Run' option in your computer's 'Start' menu and input 'cmd' to enter the command prompt. Input 'ipconfig /all' in the prompt, and write down your subnet mask and default gateway DNS server as they appear. Write down the IP address also, but you only need the first three sets of numbers, which should be 192.168.1.
Return to the 'Start' menu and go to the 'Control Panel.' Then go to 'Network and Internet Connections,' 'Network Connections.' Right-click on the Internet connection you are using and select 'Properties.' Then select 'Internet Protocol,' 'Properties.' Check the box for 'Static IP address.'
Fill out all of the needed information in the next window with what you wrote down. For the IP address, type in those first three sets of numbers from your original address, all followed by periods, then enter a number of your choice after that (up to three digits). Click 'OK' when finished.
Open your Internet browser to confirm that your static IP address works.
Go to YouTube and click 'Create account.' Enter an anonymous username for your account, a password, and the e-mail address you created specifically for video uploading. You will need to confirm registration through e-mail.
Click 'Upload video' and click on your video in the screen. Enter a title and description for your video if desired. Remember to keep any information that might reveal your identity out of the description.
Click 'Upload video,' then click the link to the video URL once the processing is finished.
Right click on an image that you wish to include in your post on SkyscraperCity.
Select 'Properties' if you are using Internet Explorer. Highlight the URL address in the Properties window of the image. Copy this URL by pressing 'CTRL' and 'C' or selecting 'Edit' and 'Copy' from the menu bar. Select 'Copy Image URL' if you are using Mozilla Firefox.
Open SkyscraperCity and log in to post.
Select the 'Post Image' icon. Paste the URL of the copied online image into the 'Post Image Icon' pop-up window. Press 'OK.' Type the rest of your post. Press 'Post' to post it.
Wednesday, August 26, 2015
Go to the MediaFire forgotten password website (see Resources).
Enter your email address in the 'Enter the email address you used to create your MediaFire account' box and click the 'Send me a password-reset email' button. MediaFire will send you a password reset email.
Log into your email account and open the email from MediaFire. Click the password reset link. This launches the MediaFire password reset page. Follow the guided prompts on the page to complete the reset.
Tuesday, August 25, 2015
Review the major companies that offer designers the infrastructure to produce, process and deliver their designs. Major brands include CafePress, Zazzle, and Printfection. Compare the base prices on the garments you plan to sell, initial or ongoing fees, shipping rates, shipping destinations and customer reviews. Order a similar product from each supplier and rate each according to garment quality, print quality, price and shipping time.
Navigate to the account creation page of the best supplier as determined by the previous step and follow the onscreen instructions to create an account as an online store. Account creation requires personal contact information such as your name, address and, in some cases, your business entity's information. You must also provide details on how you wish to be paid. Common options include check or via PayPal. Some services also charge setup or monthly fees.
Use the integrated tools to customize your store and create your clothing designs. Select the types of garments you want to offer along with the sizes and colors available. Each service has tutorials on the specifics of their tools and the sizes, resolution and formats that produce the highest quality garment designs.
Open a new tab or window in your browser and navigate to a Web hosting service. Follow the onscreen instructions to sign up for a domain name and Web hosting service for your store. This gives your store an added layer of professionalism as many of the suppliers ship your products with your logo on the packaging to further brand your store. Some sites, such as CafePress, do not support the option to use your own domain for their online stores.
Promote your online clothing store. Common approaches include creating articles about custom clothing with links to your store or creating a Facebook fan page to promote your brand and building a social group of people interested in your type of clothing. For example, if you promote clothes for surfers, interact with other groups and fan pages to invite their members to your fan page and subsequently your store. Use pay-per-click advertising for keywords related to the types of clothing in your store and banner ads on sites related to your target market. Use the Google Adwords Keyword Tool's 'keyword' and 'placement' options to research keyword search volumes and related websites, respectively. The keyword search volume gives you an idea of what words to use for your pay-per-click campaigns and the 'placement' tool allows you to research banner ad space available on websites for your target market.
Open your browser.
Type 'https://IP Address:2083' in the address bar. Replace 'IP Address' with your website's IP address. If your website is more than a week old, replace 'IP Address' with your site's domain name. Hit 'Enter' to access your cPanel log-in page.
Enter your cPanel user name and password.