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How To: Choose a web hosting company

In this video about choosing a web hosting company. The narrator begins by saying that web pages are hosted on servers; the files that make up a web site are hosted or stored on a server. The narrator recommends a service called Host Gator. He indicated they are reliable and provide reasonably priced web hosting services. He briefly discusses the process they charge for their different levels of hosting services. Next he shows the steps to hook your domain name to the host account. He demonst...

How To: Create and call a simple web service in ASP.Net

In this video tutorial, Chris Pels will show how to create a web service in ASP.NET and then call the service from another ASP.NET web site. First, learn how to create an .asmx component which represents a web service in an ASP.NET web site. When creating the web service learn how to control several aspects of the web service functionality with web service attributes. Next, see how to test the web service in the Visual Studio web service test page. Then learn how ASP.NET allows many .NET data...

How To: Configure an ASP.Net site for a .Net Framework version

In this video tutorial, Chris Pels will show how to configure an ASP.NET web site to use a specific version of ASP.NET/.NET Framework. First see how to identify what version of the .NET Framework a web site is associated with by viewing the script map in Internet Information Server (IIS). See how a script map is associated with the root in IIS and then with individual web sites. Next learn about the ASP.NET IIS Registration tool (aspnet_regiis.exe) used to configure IIS or an ASP.NET web site...

How To: Deploy a website using the ASP.Net copy website tool

In this video tutorial, Chris Pels will show how to deploy a web site using the Copy Web Site Tool in Visual Studio. First see how to connect to a remote web site and deploy an entire site to the target location. Next, learn how to synchronize an entire source and target web site. In addition, see how to copy and synchronize individual or groups of files including how the Copy Web Site tool provides status indicators of differences between files. As part of this process see how the tool provi...

How To: Create standard content layouts by nested master pages

In this ASP.Net video tutorial, Chris Pels will show how to use nested master pages to create individual master pages that represent different standard content layouts for a web site. First, see how several major commercial web sites use a standard set of content layouts. Next, see how to nest a master page within another master page, and use the design time support in Visual Studio 2008. Then, learn the considerations for establishing a “page architecture” which represents the major types of...

How To: Customize a CSS template for your website

Want to create a web site using the latest web standards but don't know where to begin? This tutorial outlines the usage of a CSS website template file designed to help those who are not familiar with programming. This is a great resource that will not only kick-start your first web design project, but it will also help you to learn how to manage your web site layout, fonts, and colors using CSS through simple experimentation of changing values in your style sheet.

How To: Buy a home online

Looking to buy a home? Why leave your current digs? Using technology has made it easier than ever before to find the home of your dreams. Learn how to buy a home online with help from this how-to video.

How To: Sight in a bow

Ike, from Ike's Outdoors.com gives basic information on Sighting a Bow. He explains a few things he does before he even goes out and shoots. He explains how to line up the site with your arrow whether you are left handed or right handed and then gives pointers on "following the arrow" with the site to get the best results. He recommends shooting at a closer range and with 2-3 arrows before making any adjustments in case of error on your part, and adjusting the site accordingly before moving b...

How To: Organize a Web site for Google search

This video tutorial explains how to structure your web site the right way using content silos. But what's a content solo, you ask? Watch this video SEO tutorial to find out. Make structural improvements to your website such that Google has an easier time isolating your keywords with this how-to.

How To: Create and animate advanced buttons in Flash CS3

Need to create Flash buttons? You've come to the right place. In this video, learn how to make professional looking, but easy to make, buttons with no scripting. The buttons featured in this tutorial are featured all over the web and on almost every flash site. Create the buttons you need for your web project with help from this step-by-step tutorial.

How To: Create a custom user control in ASP.Net

In this video tutorial, Chris Pels will demonstrate how to create a custom user control in ASP.NET that can be used throughout a web site or across many web sites. Start out by learning the basics of creating a user control that will be used in multiple pages including validation, controlling formatting using style elements, and loading/saving data for the user interface elements. Throughout the video considerations for building user controls that can be easily maintained and used across mult...

How To: Detect browser capabilities in ASP.Net web pages

In this video tutorial, Chris Pels will show how to determine what capabilities a user’s browser has when viewing pages in an ASP.NET web site. First, learn how to access an instance of the HttpBrowserCapabilities object from the ASP.NET Request object associated with the web page request. Next, see the different information available in the HttpBrowserCapabilities object such as the type of browser and whether the user’s browser supports JavaScript and Cookies. Then see an example of how to ...

How To: Get free stuff

There is a web site that you can go to and get stuff that is absolutely free from anywhere in the world. The web site is called www.craigslist.org and the first thing you do is choose your country and your state. Kipkay demonstrates.

How To: Set up your computer to make Silverlight applications

This is a Computers & Programming video tutorial where you will learn how to set up your developer computer for Silverlight applications. First you need to install some tools on your developer computer. The premier developer tool from Microsoft is Visual Studio. If you don’t have a license, install Visual Web Developer Express which is free. It is installed via the web platform installer. Then you need to install the Silverlight toolkit. Go to Silverlight codeplex and you will find a complete...

How To: Use Google sites to create & manage secure group sites

Google Sites makes it easy for anyone to create and manage simple, secure group websites. You can create and publish new pages with the click of a button, edit web pages like documents, and move content and pages around as you please. Information is stored securely online, and you decide who can edit or view the site. Google Sites is powerful enough for a company intranet, yet simple enough for a family website.

How To: Resize text in your web browser

If you are finding it difficult to read certain text when viewing a web site you can scale it up and down to suit your needs. However, by default, many web browsers (e.g., Internet Explorer and Firefox) do not make it obvious that you can do this; effectively, they hide these useful controls. In this helpful video tutorial, you'll learn how to find these constrols and change the display size of the text on most any web page.

How To: Create a Web 2.0 reflective logo in Photoshop

In this video tutorial you will learn to use Photoshop to create a shiny reflective logo in a web 2.0 style. Not sure what Web 2.0 is? It generally refers to a perceived second generation of web-based communities and hosted services — such as social-networking sites, wikis and folksonomies — which facilitate collaboration and sharing between users.

How To: Find a manual for a used car

Need to know what kind of oil your car needs? How about your vehicle load capacity? What about the standard maintenance procedures for you specific make and model? All of this and more can be located inside your owner's manual. If you don’t have an owner’s manual for your used car, you may still be able to find one even if your car is an antique.

How To: Change the layout of a Google Sites website

Want to alter the look and feel of your Google Sites website? It's easy. And this brief video tutorial from the folks at Butterscotch will teach you everything you need to know. For more information, including detailed, step-by-step instructions, and to get started managing your own web pages with Google Sites, take a look.

How To: Edit and add content to a Google Site webpage

Interested in editing your Google Site webpage? It's easy. And this brief video tutorial from the folks at Butterscotch will teach you everything you need to know. For more information, including detailed, step-by-step instructions, and to get started managing your own web pages with Google Sites, take a look.

How To: Direct a custom domain to your Google Sites website

Want to direct your personal domain to your Google Sites page? It's easy. And this brief video tutorial from the folks at Butterscotch will teach you everything you need to know. For more information, including detailed, step-by-step instructions, and to get started managing your own web pages with Google Sites, take a look.

How To: Identify fall web worms in trees

Curtis Smith (Extension Horticulturist) and Rick Daniell (Bernalillo Co. Horticulture Agent) examine the bark of a poplar tree. The young bark is smooth and will furrow as it grows older. There are straight horizontal lines on the bark that look like sap-sucker damage but in this case, the markings on the poplar is the normal bark development of the poplar. They also look at and discuss Fall Web Worm cocoons which look like bird nests on a tree. Web worms do not do as much damage to the tree ...

How To: Hack websites using cross-site scripting (XSS)

In this episode of Full Disclosure we are explaining the website attack known as Cross-Site Scripting (XSS). Cross-Site Scripting is a type of security vulnerability that affects web applications that do not sanitize user input properly. This kind of vulnerability allows an "attacker" to inject HTML or client side script like JavaScript into the website. Cross-Site Scripting is most commonly used to steal cookies. Cookies are used for authenticating, tracking, and maintaining specific informa...

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