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How To: Protect your privacy online

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to protect their privacy online. Some information that is exposed every time you visit a website are your I.P. address, operating system and browser. To view what information that you are revealing to a website, visit the site provided in the video. This site will give you all the information that you are exposing in a website. This video will benefit those viewers who visit a lot of websites, and would like to learn how to view the their exposed info...

How To: Find the Hidden Browser Cache on Firefox with Tekzilla

In this tutorial, we learn how to find the hidden browser cache on Firefox. First, log onto a website that you use often and if you want to see how many times you have visited it, right click on an empty space on the page. Next, click on "view page info", then click on the "security" tab. When you click on this, you will be able to see how many times you have visited that website, and if they are storing cookies on your computer. You will also be able to see if you have stored passwords throu...

How To: Use a proxy to to view MySpace at school

In this tutorial the author shows how to use a proxy at your school and get on the blocked site like MySpace etc. Now he points to the Dot.tk website and how to access it from Google.com. Now if you want to access any website you just need to copy the link and paste it into the pointed field in the Dot.tk website and now you can choose a new domain name for the website. Now you can choose the free domain option in the next page where the new website is setup. Now he shows how to go through th...

How To: Block websites on Windows through Notepad

This video tutorial shows you how to block any website on a Windows xp operating system by simply using notepad. First the URL to the site that needs to be blocked should be located by visiting the website form your browser and copying the URL from the address bar. Next close the browser and locate the "hosts" file and open it with notepad as indicated. Make the necessary changes to the "hosts" file and save it. Now the selected website is blocked on your computer.

How To: Auto refresh on Firefox with Tekzilla

In this video, we learn how to do auto refresh on Firefox with Patrick. This will be convenient for those website that you refresh often. This plug-in will automatically refresh the page for you. First, go to the website reloadevery.mozdev.org and click "install" on this page. Next, restart Firefox and when you click on any page now, you will see a new option to refresh every 1 minute, 5 minutes, 30 minutes, etc. This will save you time from pressing the refresh button or F5 manually, and ref...

How To: Block a website without software

In this video, we learn how to block a website without software. First, open up 'my computer' and then double click on the local disk. After this, open up the 'windows' folder and then locate the 'system 32' folder, open this. Next, open the 'drivers' folder and then open the 'etc' folder. From here, double click 'host' file and then open it with a notepad. Now, after the last text type in "127.0.0.1 (website to block)". After this, save the file and then clean all the temporary internet file...

How To: Use the GmailThis! bookmarklet

The bookmarklet tool lets you send Gmail messages with the click of a button so you don't have to visit your Gmail account. It's an application called GmailThis! From the developer's website, drag the GmailThis! link to the browser's toolbar. Then, if you are already logged into Gmail, just click on the bookmark and a Gmail applet will pop up with a link to the website you were visiting, along with any text you may have been highlighting. You may notice that the subject line is already filled...

How To: Clear your browsing history in Internet Explorer

In this tutorial, we learn how to clear your browsing history in Internet Explorer. First, go to the tools button and then click on 'delete browsing history'. Click that and then a new window will pop up. If you want to clear everything, click 'delete all' and then 'yes'. The temporary internet files are fine to delete, this is just info that is saved after you visit a website. Cookies are bits of information that a site stores on your computer to remember who you are. The history is simply w...

How To: Remove thumbnails from the Google new tab page

In this tutorial, we learn how to remove thumbnails from the Google new tab page. First, open a new tab and click the "edit thumbnails" link. Click the "x" icon to remove the thumbnail. Remember to click "done" to save your changes. This will come in handy when you have websites that are saved on your new tab page that you don't want to show up are you only visited once and don't plan on visiting again. After you do this, remember you can do this at any time that you want, to customize what w...

How To: Equip your golf bag in World Golf Tour

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to equip their golf bag in World Golf Tour. Begin by visiting the World Golf Tour website and enter the main menu. Then click on My Settings and select My clubs. Here, users are able to select a club that they want to play with for the next round. The upper blue section represents the clubs that are currently in your bag. The lower section represents all the clubs that you own, sorted by type. When finished editing and customize your club selection, c...

How To: Create CSS-based link rollovers for websites in GoLive

Using GoLive CS2, you'll learn how to create some CSS-based rollovers. This is really an easy way to create some rollovers, using CSS, which is an incredibly useful and powerful way to style and design your website pages. In this GoLive video tutorial, learn how to style not only your links, visited links, and active links using CSS, but you will also see how to give your links a rollover or hover style as well. You will quickly see how much more you can achieve by styling your links using CSS.

How To: iOS 13 Makes It Easier to Disable Content Blockers for Specific Websites in Safari

Chances are, your favorite websites run on ads. That means the sites rely on those ads to fund their operations. Without ads, your laughs, news, and guides don't happen. That's why it's helpful to disable content blockers (often called whitelisting) for sites you support. In the past, it wasn't possible directly in Safari, but in-app whitelisting becomes a reality with iOS 13.

How To: Block Facebook links on any website

Block Facebook scripts on sites that you visit with Safari, Chrome and Firefox by installing an add-on called Facebook Blocker. This removes the "Like" buttons, "Recommended" lists and prevents Facebook scripts from tracking your browsing history. Veronica from Tekzilla Daily demonstrates the features of this new add-on.

How To: Unblock a Facebook firewall at school

In this video, we learn how to unblock a Facebook firewall at school. First, you will need to try to go to the website you want to go. If you try this and you can't reach the site, go to the top of the bar where you typed the website in at. Once here, you will find where it says "http". Type in an "s" after the "http" so you end with "https" then type in the website that you want to visit. After this, you should be able to go to the website you want to go to without any trouble, just make sur...

How To: Delete web browser cookies

Veronica Belmont shows how to get rid of browser cookies. She starts with explaining what a cookies is, that it is a small file downloaded to the computer from the internet so that the website can remember more information about the users, which she says is quite helpful if you visit a website regularly. She also explains about some malicious cookies which track user actions and report to websites. She now explains how to open options in Firefox browser or settings in Internet Explorer and wh...

How To: Access Facebook at school using https

In this video, we learn how to access Facebook at school using "https". You don't have to go to any website to do this, it's simple and easy. All you have to do is type in "https" into your browser before you type in the website you want to visit. Make sure you type in this extra "s" or the website will not work. This should bypass the security settings your school has set so you can access your Facebook account. If you happen to end up on a page when it doesn't work, just make sure the "s" i...

How To: Upload Wordpress files using Filezilla

In this video, we learn how to upload Wordpress files using Filezilla. Before you get started, you will need to know the host, username, and password for your domain name. After this, click the quick connect button to connect to your server. The left hand side will show the local files on your server. Look in the root directory of your server and right click, then choose "create directory". Now, click on the plus sign to see a blog sub directory. Next, find where you downloaded Wordpress onto...

How To: View deleted web pages with the Wayback Machine

Want to visit a website only to find that it's been removed? With the Internet Archive's Wayback Machine, it's easy. So easy, in fact, that this home computing how-to from the folks at Easily can present a complete (and somewhat talky) overview of the process in just over two minutes' time. For the specifics, just watch this handy how-to.

How To: Clear browsing history and search history in Safari

You may not know this, but clearing the browsing and search history on your favorite web browser, can actually make things go a bit faster. It can also protect you from possible ridicule from friends or family members for visiting bad websites. So in this tutorial, you'll find out how to clear your history in Safari using a couple simple steps. Good luck and enjoy!

How To: Install a web page comment box using Dreamweaver CS4

This Dreamweaver CS4 tutorial takes you on a step by step process for installing an automated comment box system for your website. The system is a great way for communicating and interacting with your website users. It has a great feature that automatically sends you an email everytime someone comments in your website. Also it will allow you to post a reply by email.

How To: Hide your comments on MySpace

This tutorial will show you how to hide your MySpace comments using the custom MySpace profiles website. All you have to do is visit the website mentioned in the video, and copy a simple code in the codes section. The code that you will be looking for in the list is the 'Hide MySpace comments' code. The code is then pasted in to your MySpace profile under the 'About Me' section. If you follow the directions entirely in this tutorial, your MySpace profile comments will be disabled until you re...

How To: Use multiple start-up pages in your web browser

If you visit the same pages over and over, you may want to consider setting multiple start pages. While you may not have even known such a thing was possible, the set-up procedure is simple in both Mozilla Firefox and Windows Internet Explorer 7. Learn how to use browser tabs to open up multiple websites when you launch your browser with this how-to.

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