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  • The Best Web Hosting Services of 2017

    The Best Web Hosting Services of 2017

    1.iPage: www.ipage.com

    iPage has been hosting individuals and small businesses for over 10 years, helping over a million people get started online. With a stripped back offering and interface, iPage focuses on creating an easy-to-use hosting experience for technical beginners. They have shared, VPS, and dedicated hosting options.

     2. SiteGround :www.siteground.com

    They host more than a quarter of a million domains, manage 1,000s of servers across three countries and over the last 30 days had an uptime of 99.99%.

    3.Bluehost:  www.bluehost.com

    Bluehost is a popular web host with simple, secure hosting. Whether you need cloud hosting or hosting that's optimized for WordPress, Bluehost has a variety of plans to suit any website. Bluehost is ideal for beginners who might need a little assistance. Their 24/7 customer support team is ready to help you get your site up and running in minutes.

    4.Godaddy: www.godaddy.com

    GoDaddy's Reliable Web Hosting keeps your website up and running. Featuring 99.9% uptime guarantee and award winning 24/7 tech support! The largest web hosting in the plant.

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  • 7 Ways to Enable Right Clicking on Website That Block It

    Some sites like IMDb uses JavaScript or an HTML attribute to disable right-clicking on their pages. Here are some methods, which giving you the ability to right click, select text or perform other actions forbidden by a given website.

    How to Enable Right Clicking on Website that Disabled It

    #1. Javascript Code

    Navigate to the website that has disabled the right click feature, then copy paste the code given below in the URL bar. You’ve to repeat the same step every single time you want to use a right click.


    #2. Disable JavaScript from the Browser

    In Google Chrome, go to Setting > UnderHood Tab > Content Settings or enter chrome://settings/content and click on “Do not allow any site to run JavaScript”, click done.

    Similar settings are available in other web browsers like Mozilla Firefox, Internet Explorer or Edge etc.

    #3. Website Source Code

    Press Ctrl + U on the website

    page to view its source code, here you can find the images, video or text link.

    #4. Save the Webpages

    Press Ctrl + S to save a webpage in HTML only which disable right click on their page. Once the page is saved, open the saved webpage in default browser and use right click to copy images, text and video file etc.

    #5. Use a Web Proxy

    Visit FilterByPass website or HideMyAss and check the option “Remove Script”, now search the surf the website which disable right click on their page.

    #6. Browser Extension

    Install a extension called RightToCopy in Google Chrome, or Mozilla Firefox which help you get back right click feature.

    #7. Print Preview

    Surf the website which disable right click, press Ctrl + P and then copy the text you need from the print preview.

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  • Criptext for Gmail: Secure Email, Read Receipts, and Unsend Messages

    Criptext is a service that lets you encrypt, track, and unsend emails completely on your terms. For real. And unlike the Google Undo Send Option, it doesn’t matter if someone opened your email already or forwarded it on to a million people. With Criptext, there is unlimited takesies backsies. You click a button and *poof* it’s gone.

    It’s free; it works for Gmail, and it’s simple enough for a seven-year-old to use. Let me show you how.

    How Criptext Works

    To get started, go to criptext.com/email. From there, you can install the Criptext Chrome extension. You’ll have to link your Google account to Criptext for it to work. Your recipients won’t, though.

    How to Setup Criptext

    After you link up with Criptext, you’ll get a splash screen that’ll walk you through Criptext’s essential features.

    Next time you compose a message, you’ll notice some new bells and whistles. There’ll be a little toggle in the lower-left that lets you swap between sending a secure Criptext message and a regular Gmail email.

    This is what your recipients will see at first. They’ll have to enable external images in whatever email client they have to see your message. Here it is in Outlook:

    And when you enable the images, the message is displayed:

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  • How to Retrieve Your Facebook Password

    Please check this solutions for your questions about facebook account

    First off, be sure your email is the correct email for your Facebook. If it is, click on the “Forgot Your Password” link.

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