24. February 2017 04:08
Have you ever been called by someone claiming to be Microsoft technical support, Revenue Canada or the IRS, only to find that it's someone trying to steal your information?
Where you might have told them exactly where to go or better yet, kept them on the line to waste THEIR time, this guy is working to keep them occupied permanently and shut them down wherever they're found!
15. November 2013 04:35
As someone who spends a very large part of his day searching the internet for work related solutions, I have a few search tips for you!
The technique I probably use the most is the ignore words feature of google. Say I want to search for a recipe for salsa and I'm having a friend over that isn't a fan of the taste of tomatoes, so I search for salsa recipe -tomato and I find an interesting recipe for avocado corn salsa. It can also be used in multiples like this -> Imagine you were having a discussion with a friend about this John Wayne movie you were trying to remember. You make a search for John Wayne movie and you get a slew of results that unfortunately don't ring a bell. Now you know it wasn't a western, so you search for John Wayne movie -western which certainly vastly reduces the search but some of the top results are still not right so you begin filtering them out John Wayne movie -western -"Jet Pilot" -"Blood Alley" and there it is! Circus World! More...
17. December 2010 01:16
I couldn't readily find the solution for the title attribute for the Page tag not displaying on my content forms when I searched online so I posted the solution here.
The title attribute is used on child (content) pages to display different title tags than what is set on the master page. An example of the purpose of the title attribute is to be able to set your index page title to 'ShiftUp Consulting - Welcome to our website' and your contact page title to be 'ShiftUP Consulting - Please let us know what you think of the website'. More...