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Simple Online Collaboration: Online File Storage, FTP Replacement, Team Workspaces

Simple Online Collaboration: Online File Storage, FTP Replacement, Team Workspaces

How It Works - Smoky Ink How Easy Copy Works Easy Copy works by copying a template (pattern) to the clipboard in text format. Additionally, a template could also specify that it should be copied as HTML as well to be pasted in applications that support HTML. Here's an example of what you'll see in Firefox for the Easy Copy menu and the Copy All Tabs menu: Each of the menu items in the Easy Copy menu above represents a template and each template consists of variables. Any template can be modified, reordered, disabled or deleted at any time from the options dialog. For all the examples to follow, we'll use Leonardo da Vinci's page at Wikipedia. Templates Templates define patterns for what's going to be copied to the clipboard. The title is: %title% and the URL is: %url% When Easy Copy is used on Leonardo da Vinci's Wikipedia page, the template above will copy the following to the clipboard The title is: Leonard da Vinci and the URL is: Here's a list of built-in templates.

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Just watch it now! Creating Blogs and Websites This page is where you can find resources related to my presentations about creating effective blogs and websites to complement instruction. How to create a Blogger blog. How to turn on comment moderation in Blogger. How to add or subtract contributors to your Blogger blog. How to create an Edublogs blog. How to create a blog. How to create a Posterous blog. The Basics of Creating and Editing a Wikispaces Wiki.More, including a video tutorial, about using Wikispaces. Creating a Google Sites website. Ten Options for Creating Websites. Yola (formerly Synthasite) is the tool that I am currently using to build websites for my department and other departments in my high school. Webs (formerly Free Webs) is another service that I have first-hand experience with in a school setting because my girlfriend (a teacher in another school district) uses it for her classes. Snap Pages provides a free service as well as a premium service for creating your custom website.

Killer PCBs After experimenting with home PCB fabbing for a while, I've finally worked out a process that produces reasonably consistent results that actually look pretty good. I spent lots of time trying to use the toner transfer method with varying degrees of success (OK, varying degrees of failure might be more accurate). I also tried Philmore/Datak negative photo resist spray with consistently horrible results (the stuff eventually melted the spray nozzle that came with it and leaked all over the place). Not Green & not recommended. Now I could have purchased presensitized boards and saved a lot of trouble, but I find the material to be too costly for the volume of boards I'm producing. If you haven't tried the toner transfer method, do so. Thus far, I've used three types of dry film resist, all of which performed well:--MG Chemicals 416DFR Dry Film Resist About $20.00 for 12" by 5 feet at Frys, Altex and online.

10 CSS-Properties, die mehr können, als ihr ahnt Derzeit gibt es rund 330 CSS-Properties – alles in allem überschaubar, aber trotzdem bewegt sich der Webworker irgendwie immer um die gleichen CSS-Properties wie width, height, background et cetera. Und wer hätte es gedacht: Selbst bei den „gängigen“ CSS-Properties gibt es noch Neues zu entdecken. 1. Jeder, der mit CSS zu tun hat, wird es schon verwendet haben: das color-Property. This property describes the foreground color of an element’s text content. Das color-Property dient also um eine grundlegende Vordergrundfarbe zu definieren, und somit können damit auch alt-Attribute, border-Attribute und die Aufzählungszeichen bei un- beziehungsweise geordneten Listen verändert werden. 2. Im Gegensatz zu display:none besetzt visibility:hidden Raum im DOM, blendet das HTML-Element selbst aber aus. Im Zusammenspiel mit Tabellen gibt es neben visible und hidden noch einen dritten Status: collapse. 3. 4. Neben dem background-clip-Property gibt es auch noch clip. 5. 7. 8. 9. 10.