Wednesday, December 17, 2014

Testing picture alignment using Windows Live Writer and tables

Testing picture alignments

With no <br> tag at end of image HTML

With <br> tag at end of image HTML

Monday, December 01, 2014

Test changing date of new post

Published on 17 April 2015
Changed date to 7 January 2015, republished date still displayed as 17 April 2015
Changed date 1 December 2014

Thursday, November 06, 2014

test html codes

Live Blog 2014 Midterm Elections

Saturday, June 28, 2014

Test Blogger permalink

No way to get rid of year and month in permalink even by using custom permalink

Friday, June 27, 2014

Test clearing comments vi "Remove content" and "Delete

Let us publish this post, then make a few test comments, then test deleting/removing content


Test comment no. 1 @ 8:11, after clicking "Remove content", content of comment removed, but comment stays in the post with the content of the comment removed plus comment stays in the Dashboard

Test comment no. 2 @ 8.14, after clicking "Delete", all signs of the comment disappear both in the post as well as in the Dashboard

Saturday, June 21, 2014

Test iFrame

Testing the code for iFrame because a commentator said How to embed website in blog with iFrame didn't work for him. As you can see, I can embed that page below so there is nothing wrong with the code.

Sunday, May 04, 2014

Test publishing a post, then delete it then try to restore using browser history

Test restoring post using Method 1 of 6 ways to restore deleted post:

Add this text, upload photo, then delete part of the text:

How To Select The Notebook That Meets Your Requirements?

For the past ten years there has been a tremendous growth in the usage of notebook or laptop computers. The impact is that the notebooks are slowly replacing the traditional desktop computers from home as well as from office. There are so many varieties, technologies and brands of notebooks available in the market that it has become very difficult for a regular user to identify the best fit for his or her needs. This article will help you in getting a few tips on how to select the right notebook and make the most out of your investment.

A notebook offers several advantages. The most important being the trouble-free mobility. This is enhanced by the easily available wireless internet connections all over the world. It is very convenient to carry all your work with you anywhere you go. Advancement in technology has brought down the weight and size of the notebooks significantly, making it even more comfortable for a regular user.

What are the things that you should consider before purchasing your notebook? Start with doing an analysis of your needs. Ask questions like: For what purpose will I use this notebook? The answers could include -- for internet browsing, chatting, high-end graphic designing, gaming, business or official work, programming, application development, etc. The type of notebook you choose will depend on what you need it for.

When you do your research, make notes on the prices, technical features, configuration, guarantees, and performance that each notebook has to offer. You would need to decide whether you want a notebook from an Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) or from a brand. It is believed that brand notebooks offer better post-sales service, and guarantee, while OEM notebooks are cheaper and offer the same hardware quality as the brand ones.

If you need a notebook that is small and light and should be carried around easily while you are traveling, go for the ultra-portable range models. These notebooks have screens smaller than 12 inches and weigh up to 5 pounds. Some models of such notebooks include Sony Vaio PCG-U3, Fujitsu Lifebook P1510, Toshiba Libretto U100, Panasonic R4, Dell Latitude X1 and many more.

If you are a business professional looking for a thin and light notebook that offers durability, security and all important features necessary for your office, then you can select from a wide range of business notebooks. These include Apple MacBook, Dell XPS M1210, Sony VAIO FJ, and Dell Latitude and etc.

If you are addicted to gaming you would need a notebook that has the capability to present high-end graphics performance. These would include notebooks with the latest processors, increased RAM and hard disk storage space, faster CPUs, top-of-the line graphic display capability, great wireless connectivity and a host of other compatibility features. Some of the best gaming notebooks include Alienware Aurora, Dell XPS M170, and Rock Xtreme CTX PRO and etc.

If you are looking for just an economic replacement for your desktop and you do not want to spend on a high-end notebook, then you can select from a variety of models offered by Acer, Apple, Dell, Fujitsu, HP, Samsung, Sony and Toshiba. These notebooks are fashioned to be used at a fixed location and weigh up to 13 pounds, so they are not very convenient if you have to travel a lot. They generally have bigger screen sizes and lower battery life.

Apart from the notebooks mentioned above you can also pick tablet PCs, transportables, high-end personal digital assistants (PDAs), handheld computers, or smart phones. These are mobile devices that you can carry with you wherever you go, if mobility is all you are looking for.

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Author Bio

Roberto Sedycias works as IT consultant for polomercantil. This article can also be accessed in portuguese language from the News Article section of page PoloMercantil

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Friday, April 18, 2014

Testing a contact form














Sunday, January 12, 2014

Blogger for Dummies

Test to see if one can make post title linked to external webpage using the hyperlink tag