Tips Google Custom Search On Your Own Website

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This article is to help you enable Google Custom Search on your own website. Also, we will resolve the design issue of search icon not showing properly. First of all, let's learn what Google Custom Search is. It is the same search functionality that Google provides but you can addthis Google like search functionality on your website. Here is the link of the functionality that I have implemented on a live website. http://googlecustomsearch.azurewebsites.net/ This article

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WordPress Tips for Beginners

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Have you ever been driving your car, playing on your computer or trying to change the input on your TV when, all of a sudden, someone introduces you to a mind-blowing new feature?  Here, we'll cover five great, lesser-known WordPress features. 1. Schedule Blog Posts for the Future The majority of bloggers try to follow a publishing schedule. They post once a month, once a week or once a day. In WordPress, you can schedule posts

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Easy Step SEO Your Joomla Website

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So you've chosen Joomla! as your CMS of choice. You've bought, or designed and developed a beautiful template and added all your creatively crafted content to your new Joomla! website and you are now ready to start open your website up to that hungry horde of customers hurling their credit cards at you. One problem: If you've started with a base Joomla! installation, odds are that those thousands of people itching to get their hands

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Tips to prevent and secure Joomla 3 from being hacked

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Here follow a list of tips to keep your site secure and prevent the most common attacks that use know exploits in Joomla websites. Security tips Prevent script execution in .htaccess  There is something easy that can save your site from being hacked and used as source for spam senders. In some hacked sites I found lot of malicious php files inside sub-sub-subfoders of media, images or tmp joomla default folders. Why there? Because when your site

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Learn Multithreading In C# .Net

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If you have a program that executes from top to bottom, it will not be responsive and feasible to build complex applications. So, the .NET Framework offers some classes to create complex applications. What is threading? In short, thread is like a virtualized CPU which will help to develop complex applications. Understanding threading Suppose, you have a computer which only has one CPU capable of executing only one operation at a time. And, your application

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Code Behind and Inline Code in ASP.NET

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In today's article you will learn the differences between Code Behind and Inline Code in ASP.NET. Many people remain confused about the differences between Code Behind and Inline Code. Here I am explaining both of them with examples that will help you to understand the differences between the two. Code Behind Code Behind refers to the code for an ASP.NET Web page that is written in a separate class file that can have the extension

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Checklist To Harden Your Joomla! Site Security

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Being one of the most popular and most downloaded Content Management Systems, Joomla is also one of the most attacked. Learn in this checklist how you can protect your Joomla based web site by developing and fostering appropriate security mindset, even if you are not tech savvy. Equipped with this checklis, you can start fine tuning your Joomla site security right away. #1. Remember that internet is a wild jungle Your Joomla web site, once published on

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Tips to Improve Drupal for your Content Managers

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During a website project there are distinct phases that allow us to plan for the various audiences of a website. In this process, I have often seen an audience omitted: content managers. We need to ensure we are also weighing the needs and expectations of the content manager when we build a site. Remember content managers are an audience too. I have compiled a few tips to improve the experience of the content manager on

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How To Change Layout of an Existing Page in SharePoint 2013

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It is simple and easy but I understand that a step-by-Step walkthough is sometimes required. So here are the various Out-of-Box Options available on How to Change Layout of an Existing page in SharePoint 2013. You can Change the Layout of a Page using “Page Layout” button in the Ribbon (under the Page tab) or you can edit the properties of the page using Content and Structure and switch the Layout.Before you begin with any

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How to run a successful Joomla! website

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Creating a website is a piece of cake nowadays. Managing a successful website can be tricky, at times. A good administrator is familiar with the "Less Is More" concept and applies it to the site's structure and design, however a GREAT administrator understands that it takes more than a stylized template to attract fresh customers. We have compiled a list of 10 suggestions for running a blooming Joomla! website, based on our extended experience and

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