Showing posts with label entry. Show all posts
Showing posts with label entry. Show all posts

Monday, August 24, 2015

How to Change the DNS on Yahoo Hosting (4 Steps)

Browse to the Yahoo Business Control Panel (link in Resources) and sign in with your Yahoo username and password.
Click on “Manage My Services,” then on “Domain Control Panel.” If you have more than one domain associated with your Yahoo account, you will see separate Domain Control Panel options for each entry.
Click on “Manage Advanced DNS Settings,” then on “Change Name Servers” to bring up the DNS control panel.
Delete the existing entries in the primary and secondary server name fields, and add the host names of the servers you want to use. Click “Submit” to save your changes.
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How to Repair Windows Script Host (7 Steps)

Click the 'Start' menu and choose the 'Run' option. Enter the letters 'CMD' into 'Run' and press 'OK.'
Enter the text 'regsrv3,' followed by a space and the line '%systemroot%.' Immediately after the second % symbol, type in '\system32.' All of this text is the main prefix that you will need to use for each entry.
Type the letters 'vbscript.dll' after the first main prefix line and press the 'Enter' key to enter the first command.
Enter another line of prefix text followed by 'jscript.dll' to make the second command. Make a third command with the main prefix followed by 'dispex.dll' and press 'Enter.'
Type in the fourth command line using the main prefix plus scrobj.dll and press 'Enter.' The fifth command uses the main prefix with the line 'scrrun.dll.'
Add the sixth command line with the main prefix and suffix of 'wshext.dll' and press 'Enter.' Type in the final line with the prefix followed by 'wshom.ocx' and press 'Enter.'
Restart your computer to allow the script additions to take effect.
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Sunday, August 23, 2015

How to Create a Logo Contest

Write a list of elements required for the logo design, including company name, size, colors, use, and target audience.
Decide where to host the logo contest. Choose a personal or organizational website if self-hosting. Contact a web designer to create a logo-contest page if one is not available.
Determine the prize and its value for the contest winner. Consider charging a nominal entry fee, especially if offering a winning prize, such as a trip or a car.
Write the official contest rules. Review rules of other logo contests to determine what rules are typical. Write the rules on entry fees, prizes, number of entries per person permitted, maximum file size, file formats accepted, submission deadline, contest judges and when winners will be announced. Include the terms on payment delivery and ownership or publication rights.
Ask a webmaster to post the logo-design contest on the host website. Develop an online contact form to accept submissions. Indicate on the form the maximum file size and formats accepted. Disable the contest submission form at the end of the contest.
Submit your contest page to the top search engines. Promote your contest using the social medias, reciprocal links, blog posts, PPC marketing (pay-per-click), email campaigns, and word-of-mouth. (see Tips).
Review all logo submissions. Publish the winning and runner-up logo designs online if included in the terms of the contest. Send out winning notifications.
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Saturday, August 22, 2015

How to Hold a Baby Contest

Decide what type of baby contest you will be holding. Most baby contests are 'beautiful baby' contests, but other options include best smile, cutest personality and best sleeping picture. The contest can also be segregated into different ages and award prizes to boys and girls.
Reserve the space you will need for the baby contest. Spaces that are common to hold a baby contest include carnivals, local fairs, parks or schools.
Determine the entry fee of the contest, the photo sizes that will be accepted, what prizes will be awarded, how many prizes will be awarded and how many contestants you will accept. You will also need to choose a starting and ending time for the event.
Announce the event to the public through flyers, mailers and social media. If you are coordinating the event to coincide with another event, such as a local fair, then have the fair committee list the baby contest on the website or flyer for the fair. Make sure that the announcement lists the due date for photo entries.
Set up a booth on the day of the contest. Each photo will need to be attached to a bowl or container large enough to accommodate the photo and change to use for voting. Place numbers or names on the container so voters can identify the different babies.
Hang a sign on the front of the booth using tape or string. The sign should announce the baby contest, the times open for voting and the procedure to vote. The procedure to vote could be one cent equals one vote. For example, one penny would count as one vote for the baby, while a quarter would count as 25 votes for the baby.
Count the votes once the contest ends and announce the winner. If there is a stage available, call the winner on stage and award the baby or its mother or father the prize.
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Friday, August 21, 2015

How to Put on Spades Tournament (5 Steps)

PreparationDecide your entry fee and prize payout. Also decide the times for the four rounds. I have attached a grid for you to update. I left in the information from my tournament for ideas.
Preparation Create slips of paper labeled Team 1 - Team 16. Put into something so that one member from each team can draw a team number.
Participant Sign UpCollect Entry fee and have participant draw a number. This is the table number you will assign them to on your grid
Distribute Tournament RulesSpades Teams/Partners Tournament
RULES & REGULATIONS BE ON TIME. You will be allotted 10 minutes to get to your seat. After 10 minutes you will
forfeit the game. No refund will be issued.
 THE FIRST TEAM TO SCORE 250 POINTS IN 30 MINUTES WIN- If no one has reached 250
in 30 minutes the team with the highest scores win.
 NO SWITCHING PARTNERS. If one of the team members is unable to play the team forfeits. THE DEALER IS CHOSEN BY WHO PULLS THE HIGHEST CARD FROM DECK.  NO DISPLAYING/TURNING OVER OF CARDS. During the dealing or cutting process. BOARD/MINIMUN BID IS FOUR UNDERBIDDING/SANDBAGGING. A team is penalized by 100 point deduction for accumulating
ten or more sandbags/overages during the course of the game.
 NO BLIND BIDDING NO PASSING SPADES TO PARTNERS NO THROWING YOUR HAND IN. No spades does not get you a redeal. RENEGING. If you are caught reneging (not following the card suit when you have the suit) the other
team gets three of your books. These books will not count as sandbags for the other team.
 NO CHEATTING - Spoken or by gesture. If cheating is suspected please inform
the tournament judge immediately. A 75 point penalty or termination
from the tournament is feasible.
Last Rule...Have Fun May the Best of Best Win
Monitor Tournament
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