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Monetize YouTube Videos

Did you know that the videos you are uploading to YouTube can actually pay you? Yes, with YouTube’s earning program, you can actually make money! All you need to do is enable monetize YouTube videos….



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Vishing

What Is Vishing? Vishing is a combination of Voice and Phishing that uses Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) technology wherein fraudsters feigning to represent real companies such as banks attempt to trick unsuspecting customers into…


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How to make computer faster

This article will help you increase your computer speed. It might take a bit long to apply them all but it’s worth it! You will notice the difference after following the steps below to make…


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HTML5 Browsers Support

Chrome 10.0 is the winner. Firefox 4.0 is next in line and it scored pretty decently. Internet Explorer 8 has worst support of HTML5. IE10 is expected to be supporting HTML5 to a greater extent.


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HTML5 Editable Content

Content can be made editable with adding the contenteditable attribute to it. More useful if paired with HTML5 Local Storage. contenteditable attribute can be added to CSS styles <div contenteditable="true">    You can edit content…


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HTML5 Audio and Video

Previously, we used <object> and <embed> tags No need to worry about plugins like Flash. HTML5 Audio is supported with the following tag: <audio controls="controls">     <source src="audiofile.mp3" type="audio/mp3" />     <source src="audiofile.ogg" type="audio/ogg" />…


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HTML5 Canvas

Allows to render 2D shapes or graphics on web page with help of JavaScript. Allows creating animation. <canvas id="myCanvas" width="200" height="200"></canvas> <script>     var c=document.getElementById("myCanvas");     var ctx=c.getContext("2d");     ctx.fillStyle="#00FF00";     ctx.fillRect(0,0,250,250); </script>


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HTML5 Form Input Types and Attributes

HTML5 has introduced 13 new input types and several new attributes for <form> and <input> tags. You can determine your browser supporting various features of HTML5 using http://html5test.com/ Not all browsers fully support HTML5 new…