Depending on just what it is you want to retrieve it can either be really simple to consolidate records in your database or rather complex. Let’s take a look at some of the possibilities and how easy or complex they are to resolve.
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Trying to encrypt your web page content is completely pointless if your goal is to stop your visitors from being able to decrypt the content since either their web browser can decrypt it for them or they will not be able to access the content at all (in which case you have wasted your time loading it onto the web). There are other reasons for deciding to encrypt content that are more successful in achieving their objective.
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HTML 5 currently shares a doctype with prior versions of HTML such as HTML 2. This short version of the doctype simply says that the page is written in HTML without specifying which version. Since we don’t want any antiquated HTML 3.2 tags in our page when we are using HTML 5 we need an alternative approach to validating our code.
Another part of XHTML that hasn’t changed much with the new standard is ‘lists’. Perhaps the biggest change in this area is renaming definition lists to description lists since they have many uses that don’t involve definitions.
Continuing on with the XHTML 5 reference we now get to images and links. These are perhaps one aspect of XHTML that has not undergone much change with the new standard.
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The person who has the browser is the person who has control over how the web pages that they visit look. Is the text in all the web sites you visit too small to read easily. Perhaps you’d prefer it if all the text were dark green rather than black. Create your own stylesheet in the browser and you can override the choices made by the web page owner. Most browsers make finding the option to set it up easy but it is a little more difficult to do with Internet Explorer unless you know where to look.
When you have lots of almost identical emails to send out to different people it is easier to set them up if you know how to make copies of complete emails. Here’s one way to do it with Outlook Express.
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