April 20, 2007
Kubuntu 7.04, development codename “The Feisty Fawn”, was released today. Free CDs are available through ShipIt. Kubuntu prides itself on working towards the perfect KDE GNU/Linux solution, and with this latest release the development team worked harder than ever to do just this. 7.04 includes many updates, new features, and the latest releases of your favorite applications. KDE 3.5.6 is of course the desktop of choice, with K3b up to the milestone 1.0.
The development team has worked hard to incorporate the best usability and accessibility features, to tame the edginess, and to provide a stable and secure computing environment for everyone. So stand with us and congratulate the Kubuntu development team and its many users in a job well done.
March 12, 2007
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March 11, 2007
The site allows you to select servers to ping from around the country on an interactive map and graphically displays connections as they travel with varying speeds along the way. It also lets you store results of tests for your computer and sort them by date, time, speed and distance.
Finally, Speedtest provides a simple way to share your results with others–taking the practice of monitoring bandwidth into the Web 2.0 realm.
March 8, 2007
Opera is regarded as the fastest browser in the earth.The truth is that opera is not only a browser,we can consider opera as a complete internet tool.I am going to give you some useful gorgeous tips of opera.hope you like it.
These tips apply to Opera 8.5 and opera 9.But it’s worth mentioning that the latest major update of Opera (version 9.10) will come with several more features to look forward to, mainly built-in BitTorrent support. Other features include widgets, content blocking, and rich text editing to name a few..
March 7, 2007
Cascading Style Sheets are a necessary ingredient for, and one of the key components of, DHTML. They’re also a good idea for managing Web pages in general.
Before you begin using CSS though, there are a couple of guidelines you should know:
CSS is very finicky about syntax. One misspelling, one misplaced semi-colon and the whole thing can go kaput and not reflect your chosen attributes.
Different browsers react just a bit differently with CSS styles. The following link will show you the syntax that works best across different browsers. If you follow these syntax guidelines you’ll find it easier to design CSS to work across different platforms.
Read the “Twelve Dynamic HTML Lessons”