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What is a Search Engine?

A search engine is a program that performs web searches. It scours the World Wide Web in order to locate specific information. The most popular search engines include Google, Yahoo, tor search engine and MSN. When you enter keywords and phrases, a search engine returns results that match the keywords. These results can then be filtered to narrow the search results. It’s a quick and easy way to find relevant information. Baidu, China’s most popular search engine, captures more than 75%. Baidu, like Google, uses the PageRank algorithm for ranking web pages based upon how many links they have. This...

Why Discord is a good choice for business?

Discord, an Internet-based, instant messaging service and virtual distribution platform, is primarily designed for the creation of virtual communities. Users connect via voice over IP, video, chat, and multimedia messages, and documents in public chats, private chats, audio conferences or group forums called “rooms.” To be able to take part in a “room”, a user can create one. Much like Reddit, Discord is pretty popular. But what sets it apart from the already existing social networking sites like Facebook, MySpace, and Twitter is that it has a lot more flexibility than other similar services. You can even host two teams...

Make your online forms more engaging

Online forms are a great way for you to collect data about your website visitors. These forms can be used to track visitors to your website and to see what content they are reading. These forms can also be used to test your products and services. This can help you increase revenue. These are some tips to make your web forms more interesting. You can promote them to your target audience to increase their response rate. Surveys are a great way to make your online forms more effective. These surveys can help you understand your visitors’ preferences and help you...

A screen shot of a computer
A screen shot of a computer

10 years of CSS, and still not a wrinkle

On December 17, 1996, the W3C published the first version of its Cascading Style Sheets. Ten years later, CSS has entered into the mores to the point of profoundly changing our web development methods: lighter, simpler, more beautiful. I discovered CSS quite by chance in 1998, in an article intended for webmasters on iFrance entitled “a pixel-perfect design with CSS style sheets”. I had little interest in the web at the time, at least certainly not in design, and was content to plaster minimalist stylesheets on my various sites, using dividentifiers and header tags hxand pcleanly, doing my Monsieur Jourdain of structural semantics without knowing...

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A hand holding a remote control

Occupy space

Note: this post in no way concerns the attempts to install a permanent lunar base by the United States, nor the military strategy in a desert environment. Between the growth in the width of screens and that of mobile phones and other PDAs offering a web browser, we can bet that mastery of space will be the big problem in 2007, and probably the following one. If the custom which wants us to develop in 720 pixels wide for a resolution of 800,600 is now tending to fade in favor of 950 pixels for 1,024,760, the games are not made for all...