Thursday, 28 March 2013

Things you should do to safeguard your Wi-Fi network

Every internet user today faces security threats from viruses, malware, worms, rootkits, etc. The intensity of threats and chances of getting infected increases if you are connected to the web via Wi-Fi network. In a bid to protect yourself from these threats it is important that you protect your Wi-Fi network to stop the entry of malicious objects into your PC.

This article offers you simple but effective tips using which you can avert threats that target your Wi-Fi network. Using these suggestions you can easily stop malicious programs or other stuff from using your network for illicit purposes.
Find below the tips that help you safeguard your Wi-Fi network:
Use of updates and patches
The first step towards making Wi-Fi connection secure and safe for browsing is to ensure that you are updating the PC with appropriate patches and updates for antivirus programs, operating system and browser. By installing updates and patches you prevent those vulnerabilities with the software and program that can be otherwise exploited by threats. You should apply the same tactics for the devices that are logged on to the Wi-Fi network.
Updates and patches play an important role in ensuring the security of the Wi-Fi connection because it stops viruses and malware from drawing undue benefit of the lapses in the software including OS and browser. So make it a thumb rule to essentially use updates and patches and keep your software updated.

Enable password protection
Do you know that by protecting your devices or network with a strong password you mitigate the chances of hacking and virus attack? So if you haven't protected your network with a strong password do it immediately and block the channels of threats that can infect your PC via Wi-Fi network.
It is the common tendency of all the Wi-Fi users to choose a weak password for the routers which affects the Wi-Fi security adversely. So choose a strong and difficult to guess password invariably to protect your router. To add another layer of protection to your Wi-Fi network you should encrypt your password.

 

Saturday, 23 March 2013

An introduction to collaborative web design tools

United we stand, Divided we fall – This common phrase had been a motto that had been used by many countries and leaders has well understood concept. Similar to other aspects, this phrase holds true when it is about website designing. To say precisely, collaborative web designing is all about promoting teamwork, displaying ideas, expansion of knowledge and many others benefits can be relished by the web designers working in a team.

Enlisted below are few benefits of collaborative web design.

Team Experience-Leading to Efficiency

There is no doubt in the fact that a team is much more productive than a single player. It is also a case in web designing. Diverse range of abilities of web designers in a team is effective in completion of a project. The team of designing professionals or collaboration of six to seven designers helps in effective development of a designing project.

Consumption of Less Time-Easy Completion of Task

In the contemporary era, time is treated as a most precious asset. We adopt several measures to save time for having more profits, and in a time consuming task like site designing it is always prudent to hire a team of designing experts. A team of web designing professionals makes it easy to meet the deadlines not just easily, but efficiently as well. Moreover, there is also complete control over the development and performance of the projects.

Less Scope of Mistake-More Scope for Learning


Apart of less consumption of time and efficiency due to team work, collaborative web designing make web designers to pay heed on their mistakes. Expertise of one and experience of other web designer will rule out a scope for errors and also lend others a chance to learn new things.

In order to achieve the task of collaborative web designing effectively, below are some tools that can be quite helpful.

ConceptShare
  • Design to work for several tasks.
  • Utilized for the identification style evaluation, entertaining and media style, art direction, GUI style, structure, retail store product packaging, photo retouching, emblem evaluation, and business style.
  • Groups can easily work for this tool by paying heed on the advertising principles and also after perfectly explaining the kinds of changes.
Dabbleboard
  • Simple and efficient to use.
  • It can be used for cable supports of user interface, sketch flow maps, developing network blueprints and much more.
  • One can use set of recyclable illustrating objects or premade toolkits with Dabbleboard.
GitHub
  • Makes codes discussion with buddies, co-workers, and guests easy. Many use it to merge with other different tasks.
  • Collaborative functions, computer applications and cellular phone applications have become easier and simpler for individuals and groups.
Teambox
  • Recognized as outstanding internet venture cooperation software, which is best for use by professionals, companies, freelance workers, and web designer groups.
  • The objective of this tool is changing the way individuals execute.
Creately
  • Numerous designing functions are offered by Creately.
  • One can make wonderful blueprints by just single-click on designs. There are attractive forms and shapely connections.
  • This tool features sleek real-time cooperation, venture stores, online comments, one-click posting, and group control.

5 Tips For Developing A Better Blog

For anybody wanting to develop a better blog the focus must first be placed on how the site is structured! Of course everything starts with offering great content but a good blogger is also concerned with the routine upkeep and how the site displays to others! Remember, although traffic is extremely important, careful consideration must be given to getting return visitors to your site as well! Without these return visitors you stand little or no chance of developing reader loyalty and thus a large following!

Here are 5 relatively simple ways to increase the exposure of any great content you post and to build a loyal following when blogging!

Use Keywords Strategically

Any time you are creating something new to post to your site you'll want to be mindful of choosing and using your keywords! Although great content is something that readers find useful and/or entertaining, you also want to attract search engine traffic! Your careful and strategic use of keywords will help make it easier for search engines to find and rank your updates! Be cautious however in where you place these words or how often they are used!

Use Plug Ins Sparingly

One thing any good blogger recognizes is the value of using plug ins that make their site operate more efficiently! Some plug ins even improve the way your platforms displays however it is equally important NOT to go nuts by loading up the site with too many! These handy little widgets often require to be updated and many can even disrupt how your blog operates and/or displays! Select and use what you NEED but avoid the temptation of overloading the site with them since this can create complications!

Update Religiously

If you really want to increase the number of return visitors to your platform you must give then a reason to do so! People land on your site primarily to view the information you offer therefore if you offer little in terms of fresh new content people have no reason to come back! To become a really good blogger you must accept the 'responsibility' that the platform must be updated on a consistent schedule!

Advertise Conservatively

As mentioned immediately above people visit your blog to view great content and NOT to be sold! Many bloggers are intent on making money from their blogging efforts however having too many ads can actually distract readers which can lead to decreasing the amount of return visitors you may get! Go easy on the ads and focus more on simply publishing great content for readers to enjoy!


Accept Comments Happily

Always allow any readers to leave their comments or input when they land on your blog since this is half the enjoyment of visiting blogs! These platforms are actually meant to be highly focused social sites and every good blogger recognizes the value of allowing their readers to interact! Not only does this help create a stronger sense of community but comments are also a terrific source for new writing ideas! Using reader comments helps many bloggers become more of an authority in their field as well as building more traffic through the referrals of satisfied readers!

Developing a better blog can be done by first focusing on how you 'structure' the platform along with the great content it no doubt contains! The 5 tips offer here today are easy to implement and are standard practices adopted by most every good blogger found online! It all comes down to not only attracting traffic with something of interest to read but also taking the measures needed to get more return visitors as well! Ultimately traffic and building a loyal following is what you need to strive for to be successful blogging!

Wednesday, 20 March 2013

Java Application

hi!guys today i want to talk about java application
so here we go
as you all know that java is the pure object oriented programing language that totally depend upon their classes and objects so without classes you can't execute single line of code...
There are two types of Application in Java
  1. Java Standalone Application
  2. Java Applet
Java standalone application are the application that requires for their execution process compiler or interpreter  whereas Applet is java application that requires third party for their execution ..for applet  web browser is required for their execution ..

Java Applet have 5 steps of life cycle
  • void init()        //for initialization purpose
  • void start()      //for starting of applet 
  • void stop()      //for stop purpose of the applet
  • void destroy()//for destroy
  • void paint() //for graphic purpose  
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http://myitbird.blogspot.com/
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Thursday, 7 March 2013

Calculator in c++ using stack data structure



  /*Calculator =========================program*/
 
     /****************************************************************/
     /*****************************************************************/
           #include <iostream>
          #include <conio>
          #include <stdlib>
    /*****************************************************************/
    /*****************************************************************/

                                float  a[1000];
                                int top=0,i,r;
                                char u;
                                float  input();
                                 float d,p,q,w;
                                 void push(float x);
                                 void get();
               void show(float  arr[]);
 /***********************************************************************/
 /***********************************************************************/
               void main()

               {


                 get();
               getch();}

 /*-------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
 /*-------------------------------------------------------------------------*/

               void get()
              {

                cout<<"\t\tPlease Enter  number\t";
               for(i=0;i<1;i++)

               {
               cin>>a[i];}


               show(a); }


 /*_____________________________________________________________________*/
 /*_____________________________________________________________________*/
               void   show(float  arr[])


               {
                 float  c[33];
                 int v;
                 v=0;

                 for(i=0;i<1;i++)

                 {
                  c[v]=arr[i];v++;
                 }
                  float sum=0;
                  for(i=0;i<1;i++)

                  {
                   sum=sum+c[i];
                  }

                     push(sum);
                     while(1)
                  {
                     cout<<"\n\n";
                    cout<< "chose\n\t\t + \n \t\t - \n \t\t *\n \t\t /\n";
                     cout<<"\t\tpress C for clear screen\n\t\t\Press E for exit\n"<<endl;

                       cin>>u;





                    switch(u)

                    {
                    case '+':
                     d=a[top]+input();
                    cout<<"\t\t\t\t\t\tANS="<<d<<endl;
                    push(d);
                    break;
                    case '-':
                      p=a[top]-input();
                    cout<<"\t\t\t\t\t\tANS="<<p<<endl;
                    push(p);
                    break;
                    case '*':
                     q=a[top]*input();
                    cout<<"\t\t\t\t\t\tANS="<<q<<endl;
                    push(q);
                    break;
                    case '/':
                  w=a[top]/input();
                    cout<<"\t\t\t\t\t\tANS="<<w<<endl;
                    push(w);
                    break;




                    case 'e':
                    exit(0);
                    break;
                    case 'c':
                    clrscr();
                    get();

                    break; }



                    }

               }



/*-----------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
/*-----------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
                 void push(float  x)

                 {
                   top++;

                   a[top]=x;
                 }
/*______________________________________________________________________________*/
/*______________________________________________________________________________*/

                     float  input()

                    {

                      float  t;
                      cout<<"\t\tPlease Enter  number\t\t";
                      cin>>t;
                      cout<<endl<<endl;

                      return t;

                    }

/*______________________________________________________________________________*/

free backlink building techniques

Hi!guys today i want to talk about how you guys build free and valuable backlinks for your site or blog and get a lot of traffic for your site or blog..so here we go..follow the following instruction
  1. Join social networking sites like facebook,twitter,myspace,pinterest..etc
  2. post comments on the forum and other bloging sites...
  3. search google  as freebacklinks
  4. write unique content for your sites or blog
  5. keep regularly posting 
  6. sharing your post on google+,twitter,facebook,...etc

Monday, 4 March 2013

Java:Mostly running todays

hi!guys i want to talk about the java programing language and i am glade to told you that more than one billion devices run the java programing languages.if you learn java programing language then you obviously have a greate future
                                              I am not a expert of java programing language but i have some knowledge about it so therefore i suggest you first of all you guys must have the java book but i recommended you guys  the book that is "The java  complete reference book 2" ..so hurry up and get the book and start today learning java and build your bright future in world and serve your nation also support your family and others ..................
Honestly i tell you that java is simple programing language and you guys easily learn java language without any hesitation.if you feel any problem then contact me .i try my best to help you guys so keep visit my site and learn more about the java programing language .................
thanks for visiting and reading.............................................

Sunday, 3 March 2013

Seat Reservation program in c++

  Assume that the process happen in some restaurant. There are seat1 until seat10 in the restaurant.
the customer(user) need to enter the seat number to select the seat that they want.
the seat that have been selected by customer will remark by 'reserved' and the other seat that has not been selected yet will become 'available'. The program will be repeated until seat1 until seat10 are complete selected by customer"
program is the following
 
     #include <iostream>
    #include <conio>
    int arr[10];
    main()
    {
    int i,n;
    cout <<"First enter the number for each seat"<<endl;
    for(i=1;i<=10;i++)
    {
    cout<<"Enter  the  number for seat"<<i<<endl;
    cin>>arr[i];
    }
     for(i=1;i<=10;i++)
     {
      cout <<"Your number for seat"<<i<<"\tReserved"<<arr[i]<<endl;
    }
    cout<<"customer request for seat number?\t";cin>>n;

    for(i=1;i<=10;i++)
    {
    if(n==arr[i])
    {
     n=arr[i];
    }
   
   
    }
    cout <<"Sorry dear customer this seat"<<i<<"already reserverd for another cutomer\n";
    getch();
    }
   

Saturday, 2 March 2013

How to create header file in c++

Hi!guys
Today i want to talk how you guys create c++ header file .........
So here we go.........................................................................................................

  1. First off open node or any editor
     
            void show()
{
int a,b,c;
cout<<"Enter 1st number\t";cin>>a;
cout<<"Enter 2nd number\t";cin>>b;
c=a+b;
cout<<"Sum\t"<<c<<endl;

}
2.    2nd  save as file ......like new.h
3.    Place this file on the  C:\BC5\INCLUDE or any where
4.   Open the borland c++ and write program there


                    #include <iostream>
                    #include <conio>
                    #include <new.h>

main()

{

   show();
getch();
                             



}

Thanks guys.......................................................................

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