Base Version details: v2.03 (Added April 13th, 07') Updated Nov 29th, 07': To v2.03a by DD, which adds ability for a caption to be hyperlinked.
There are lots of programs out there that you can buy that will encrypt your web page and supposedly protect your page content from theft. Actually, the encryption of a page makes no difference at all to how easily it can be stolen by knowledgeable thieves who can easily bypass the encryption in seconds using nothing more than a web browser. So save your money and if you feel that you must encrypt your page source use the form on this page and the one following to generate most of the same page protections as the most expensive programs that can be bought to do the same thing. The first step is to use the form on this page to generate your own customized version of the decryptor script to be placed in the head section of your web page where the body code is to be encrypted.
How to add an image map to your page Image maps aren't as bad as they seem, at least if you use a client side image map using HTML rather than a CGI program. I may add a section on using a CGI-driven image map later on, but for now, lets look at one that just uses HTML and an image! To begin, let's look at a simple image map I created. If you click the left half of the image, you will be taken to a tables tutorial. If you click the right side, you'll get a tutorial on frames.
Note: Current version 1.2.
Description: This is a practical, elegant DHTML tooltip script.
Description: Use this script to provide textual information about a link(s)!
Links and Buttons Sticky Tooltip Script FF1+ IE6+ Opr9+ This script adds a rich HTML tooltip to elements that's revealed when the mouse rolls over them, in which the tooltip follows the cursor around as it moves about within the element. The tooltip can be "stickied", or kept visible on the screen by right clicking on pressing "s" should the user wish to interact with some content within the tooltip, such as click a link inside it.
Hyperlinks and CSS Some simple ways of changing link colors with CSS. Colors can can also be controled with HTML but this does not offer much flexibility. Introduction Here is a few ways to change and control the color of hyperlinks . Hyperlinks can be made to change colors by adding a style sheet to your HTML and editing the following Anchor Pseudo-classes: Link: The color of an un-visited link.
Well by now you’ve probably heard that The Big G has struck again. Google has been rounding up the ip addresses of various blog networks and deindexing then systematically. Whole businesses have been decimated and people in the SEO community are running scared.
“I have been penalized”. “My site isn’t indexed anymore”. “I am stuck on page 3 even after building tons of links”. “This website has gone to hell.” Yeap! We have all been there.
It has happened to everyone. You are browsing around the internet when you see one of your images on another site. Instantly, you are miffed that the person didn’t ask your permission or doesn’t even credit you for the image.
Below is a list of free domain name hosting service sites (links to the reviews page for each) where you can host domain names free, and in some cases a single free hosting company will provide multiple domain hosting free (host multiple domain names from a single freehosting account, or allow multiple free web hosting accounts per person). In most cases you will need to already own and have the top-level domain name registered (or buy domain registration from them), but there are a few websites where you can get free domain names if you don't already have one." The alternatives to using a free domain host would be to use free subdomain hosting (using a subdirectory or a subdomain of the free web host), or buy cheap domain hosting (aka "budget domain name hosting").
This is a very simple item to add to any Allwebco template. Please keep in mind that we do not provide support for adding this to a template or webpage. This page covers all the details of this menu.
Have you noticed someone stealing your images, directly taking the URL and display on their websites without your permission? This is what we call image hotlinking . It is bad, as it not only stealing our images, it also take advantage of our bandwidths.
The beauty in CSS is that a tiny directive can make a huge difference in how the page displays. Here are seven quick CSS snippets that will give your website more "pop" and make your user's experience more functional and enjoyable. Change Text Highlight Color