How to refresh your browser’s cache

Your browser has a folder in which certain items that have been downloaded are stored for future use. Graphic images (such as buttons and icons), photo’s, and even entire web pages are examples of items which are saved or cached. When visiting a webpage your browser checks if a copy of the files on the page is in its cache already. If so, it will save the visitor some downloading and make webpages load faster. Some browsers refer to it’s cach as Temporary Internet Files

http://www.refreshyourcache.com/en/home/

HTML cheat sheet

text tags

<em></em> emphasize with italics
<strong></strong> emphasize with bold
<h1></h1> largest headline
<h2></h2> second largest headline
<h6></h6> smallest headline
<font size=”?”> numbers 1-7 to determine size
<font color=”?”> set font color w/ name or hex code
<sub></sub> subscripts1
<sup></sup> superscripts1
<del></del> strikethrough
<code></code> insert codes

section tags

<p></p> paragraphs
<p align=”?”> set the alignment of a paragraph
<br/> insert line break; no closing tag
<blockquote>
</blockquote>
create a blockquote
<ol></ol> numbered list
<ul></ul> bulleted list
<il></il> individual items in a list
<div align=”?”> set the alignment of a section

link tags

<a href=”URL”></a> create a link
“mailto:?” link to an email address
target=”_blank” open a link in a new window
rel=”nofollow” tell search engines to ignore a link
title=”?” name a link
<a name=”?”></a> create a bookmark within a page
<a href=”#?”></a> link to a bookmark

image tags

<img src=”URL”> embed an image
title=”?” name an image
alt=”?” an alternate name for an image

table tags

<table></table> create a table
<th></th> create a header row
<tr></tr> create a row
<td></td> create a cell
<table border=”?”> sets the table border
<table cellspacing=”?”> sets the spacing around cells
<tfoot></tfoot> create a footer row
rowspan=”?” a cell that spans multiple rows
colspan=”?” a cell that spans multiple columns

special characters*

&#34; ” quotation mark
&#38; & ampersand
&#60; < less than
&#62; > greater than
&#64; @ “at” symbol
&#128; € euro
&#149; • small bullet
&#153; ™ trademark
&#163; £ pound
&#160; non-breaking space
&#169; © copyright symbol

*these number codes are preferred to the more traditional &copy;
because they’re more reliably read by all browsers

keeping your photos in the cloud

http://www.theverge.com/2013/8/29/4560364/best-cloud-storage-photo-apps

here is a good article about keeping your photos in the cloud, but they neglected to talk about Picasa - http://picasa.google.com/ . Picasa is a great free program that you can install on your computer to organize, edit and upload your photos to the Google+ cloud