FIXIT MENU:
home about us contact us

WHAT'S AVAILABLE:
free scripts advanced scripts online tools great books web related tutorials contributed tutorials news archive geek toys!

SUPPORT:
help forum live chat help



Archive

Get Firefox! The most secure, and featured browser on the Internet.
RSS feed   enewsbar Live Subscribe    Add to MyYahoo

HTMLfixIT Archive for December, 2004




Tuesday, December 14th, 2004 by Franki

In a move to stay ahead of rivals, Google has just started the process of spidering and indexing several US university libraries, as well as the New York city public library. The indexed content can then be used in combination with normal Internet content to answer searchers queries. This is fantastic news for pretty much all Google users as there are huge amounts of data that only currently exists in hard copy.

Franki

No Comments »

Monday, December 13th, 2004 by reese

Web designers and graphic designers in general constantly need a stream of new ideas and creative input to keep their work fresh and lively. The good ones also learn to be highly efficient in their work because clients and a regular paycheck demand it.

I’m always on the lookout for little tools and tricks to make my life as a web designer easier. Below you’ll find a smattering of some that make my work go faster and creativity come more easily to me:

(more…)

No Comments »

Sunday, December 12th, 2004 by Franki

The Inquirer has just done a review of the Mozilla Thunderbird E-mail client and they only have good things to say. That’s great to hear because that was pretty much my opinion after using it for the last year.

(more…)

No Comments »

Sunday, December 12th, 2004 by Franki

The French are a strange lot, sometimes I think they are like us, and other times I’ve no idea how to define them. Today however, I’m liking the way they think. Microsoft is under fire in French courts for not keeping their end of the bargain with regards to OEM license agreements.

When buying a new PC, you are probably going to get forced to get a copy of Windows with it, and in the license agreement they say that if you don’t want the copy of Windows, you should return it for a refund (or words to that affect). Well several people have tried to get this “refund” with varying levels of success. In particular the amount of the refund should they decide to give you one may or may not match what you actually paid for it. In short, some French groups are saying “selling Windows OS with hardware violates a minimum of three laws intended to provide consumer protection.”

(more…)

No Comments »

Sunday, December 12th, 2004 by Franki

While doing my daily rounds of all the tech news sites to look for anything new and interesting, I found a guy with several thousand Christmas lights all over his house that people can control via the Internet. What does he use to provide such a service? I hear you ask, Why Perl of course. (Mod_perl to be exact.) The site has a control panel during certain time periods (when his neighbours will let him no doubt) where you can take control over his Xmas lights and fiddle to your hearts content.

Over the last few years, languages like PHP and .Net languages have been growing very popular with the unwashed masses, but whenever I find something really cool, it seems to be written in Perl. Wise folks these guys. 🙂

(more…)

No Comments »

Friday, December 10th, 2004 by Franki

In an effort to block automated spam comments from our articles, we have adopted an image auth system. In short when commenting you will be presented with an image containing some random “case sensitive” text. In order to submit your comment, you must first type the text contained in the image into the text box below it.

We’ve been meaning to do this for about six months now as the amount of comment spam we were having to delete each week was getting ridiculous. We hope it doesn’t inconvenience anyone too much.

Franki

3 Comments »

Thursday, December 9th, 2004 by reese

I’m always on the lookout for new ways to tweak CSS for design purposes. The more you can rely on CSS to drive layout, versus images, tables, etc. the faster your site is going to load and the more you’ll distinguish your site from others.

Mandarin Design is one such site that is pushing the CSS envelope. An exploration of their site reveals a whole shebang of excellent tips, tricks, design ideas and style guidelines. I haven’t come close to checking everything out, but here are a couple of notable articles:

(more…)

No Comments »







This site is totally free to use, you have absolutely no moral or legal obligations to help us continue.
There are however, some costs involved in running the site.

<random humor>
Plus Franki is trying to keep his boat floating.
</random humor>

So if this site helped you find your way, perhaps you could consider contributing to our costs. Whatever amount you feel this site was worth to you would be just wonderful.
Use PayPal if you do decide to share and help us with the costs and in appreciation for our time and attention, or alternatively buy a book from our Bookstore..


  Time  in  Don's  part  of the world is:   October 20, 2017, 4:43 am
  Time in Franki's part of the world is:   October 20, 2017, 5:43 pm
  Don't worry neither one sleeps very long!



privacy policy :: support us :: home :: live chat help
contact us :: forum ::tutorials :: bookstore :: Site Map



      Valid XHTML 1.0!             powered by Apache Server
Pic 3 Pic 3

SEARCH:
USEFUL LINKS:

CIGHTML Firefox Thunderbird ClamWin WordPress SpyBot S&D TheGIMP Apache for Windows Registry Cleaners More cool stuff:

//-->

HTMLfixIT Site Stats.

Browser Statistics
Internet Explorer 85.88%
IE 717.63%
IE 62.3%
IE 50.00%
IE other8.6%
Moz Firefox 3.x3.03%
Moz Firefox 2.x0.18%
Moz Firefox 0.x/1.x26.65%
Netscape 8.x0.00%
NS 6+/Mozilla2.73%
Moz Seamonkey0.00%
K-meleon0.00%
Epiphany0.00%
Netscape 4.x0.00%
Opera 9.x0.00%
Opera 8.x0.00%
Opera 7.x0.42%
Opera 6.x0.00%
Opera other0.42%
Safari Mac/Intel5.21%
Safari Mac/PPC0.06%
Safari Windows25.2%
Google Chrome1.51%
Konqueror0.18%
Galeon0.00%
WebTV0.00%


Resolution Statistics
640 x 4800.25%
800 x 60026.14%
1024 x 76836.55%
1152 x 8640.25%
1280 x 80011.68%
1280 x 8540.00%
1280 x 102417.01%
1400 x 10500.00%
1600 x 12001.02%
1920 x 12007.11%
2560 x 10240.00%


OS Statistics
Windows 741.55%
Windows Vista2.4%
Windows 20033.91%
Windows XP20.86%
Windows 20000.36%
Windows NT40.05%
Windows 98/ME0.05%
Windows 950.00%
Linux/UNIX/BSD8.76%
Mac OSX8.03%
Mac Classic0.00%
Misc14.03%



New Windows Virus Alerts
also by sophos.

17 Apr 2011 Troj/Mdrop-DKE
17 Apr 2011 Troj/Sasfis-O
17 Apr 2011 Troj/Keygen-FU
17 Apr 2011 Troj/Zbot-AOY
17 Apr 2011 Troj/Zbot-AOW
17 Apr 2011 W32/Womble-E
17 Apr 2011 Troj/VB-FGD
17 Apr 2011 Troj/FakeAV-DFF
17 Apr 2011 Troj/SWFLdr-W
17 Apr 2011 W32/RorpiaMem-A

For details and removal instructions, click the virus in question.