Monthly Archives: December 2010

Showing HTML, JavaScript, And PHP Syntax On Your Blog

Showing HTML, JavaScript, And PHP Syntax On Your Blog

So, you want to show web codes on your WordPress blog (or any website) but the web browser always executes it with the rest of your HTML? The trick for showing code on your website is actually pretty simple. Say you want to show the following code: <p>Lorem ipsum</p> You […]

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Quick Q & A: 1

Quick Q & A: 1

In this new segment, I’ll offer quick answers to questions I’ve received from comments, emails, or search queries. Can I install AVG Free 2011 over 9.0? You do not need to uninstall AVG 9.0 before beginning to install AVG 2011. During the installation, version 9.0 will be removed automatically before […]

Posted in: General Apps, Malware Protection, Office, Quick Q & A, Web Browsers, Windows

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Backing Up The Windows Registry

Backing Up The Windows Registry

The Windows Registry is a massive database of your system’s configuration files. It keeps track of all the software changes you make and it is imperative that care be taken when modifying the registry. Adjusting a registry key improperly can cause programs or the whole operating system to become inoperable. […]

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Using WampServer 2 For Local Web Development

Using WampServer 2 For Local Web Development

WampServer is a server environment that runs locally on your computer. It allows you to create web applications with Apache, MySQL, and PHP on a Windows computer. It also comes with phpMyAdmin to manage database information just as you would on your web host’s server. Installing WampServer is pretty straight […]

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