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Photography » Why 1.5 Megapixels is Enough
Posted By Guido on 24 March 2006
Dots Per Inch is a useful measure of relative resolution. But if you don't know the image size in inches or some other measure of size, then the amount of dots per inch doesn't mean much. That's why DPI is used in conjunction with scanner Specifications, because you know that the size is going to be 3.8 by 1.7 inches!
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Search Engines » Strange Google result
Posted By Guido on 24 March 2006
Google can be very helpful sometimes but as with anything strange things can happen this articles shows you one of those times that google really does have a strange way of serving up results.
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Search Engines » Getting Ranked in the Top 10
Posted By Guido on 24 March 2006
Getting a high ranking in a Search Engine means the difference between a few visitors and 100ís of visitors from Search Engines. With millions of searches a second Search Engines are one of the most important factors in websiteís success. Rank should be in turn the most important factor for you when it comes to being listed on Search Engines.
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Search Engines » Frames and Search Engines
Posted By Guido on 24 March 2006
When it comes to framed sites and the effect that the use of frames by a site has on its search engine ranking, there are two schools of thought. Some people say that framed sites, if done properly, have no problems in getting good rankings in the search engines. Others claim that if search engine optimization is important to you, never use frames.
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Search Engines » What Search Engines Want From Webmasters
Posted By Guido on 24 March 2006
Self-proclaimed search engine experts have, over the years, touted all kinds of methods for ranking higher in search engines. This has included things such as hidden text, hidden links, meta tag stuffing, double meta tags, page stuffing, cloaking, redirect pages, bulk-quantity doorway pages, and other "secrets" of dubious quality.
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Search Engines » 10 Tips to improve your website
Posted By Guido on 24 March 2006
10 Tips to improve your website By Lou Speks of www.discoveryvip.com Reduce your image size, improve your sites content, prioritize your content, what's new area and much more
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Search Engines » Free and Cheap Website Promotion and Submission Idea
Posted By Guido on 24 March 2006
The number one thing in having a website is to promote and bring traffic to it. Thatís why you have it, isnít it? So many great websites fail; do to the lack of promotion. Even if you have the best website in the good is it if no one visits? Promote, Promote, Promote!
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Search Engines » Articles To Boost Your Success Online!
Posted By Guido on 24 March 2006
One day I was surfing the internet and suddenly came upon one of my articles - there on someone else's web site! This is not the first time this has happened! But it got me thinking. It was not long ago that I started writing articles and sending them out, but ever since then something almost magical has occurred. I've started to see a tremendous increase in traffic to my web site! And the reason for that is simple, really. My articles are finding their way on to heavily-trafficked web sites! And not just that, but think of the multiplication factor as the articles spread to even more web sites! The process is on-going. I'm not saying this to brag.
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Visual Basic » Remote Administration Tool PART2
Posted By Guido on 24 March 2006
This is the second part of the Remote Administration Tool series. In the last part weíve discussed about communicating between two systems on a network using winsock component. In this section we will be seeing about how to do some miscellaneous operations on the remote system. This section deals a bit with Windows API functions and the same winsock component. This section is also intended for beginners and from the next part we will be dealing with opening FTP/TELNET ports on the remote system. Letís now get back to the coding part.
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Visual Basic » Remote Administration Tool PART 1
Posted By Guido on 24 March 2006
This article discusses about programming a remote administration utility using Winsock component in Visual Basic 6. This is the first part of this series and it is for newbies. This section helps you to build an utility to send messages from client to the server. In the coming sections we will be discussing about programming advanced features(to the server like making it a FTP server or Telnet server etcÖ) to make it a perfect remote administration tool.
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