NEW CGI Directory

Home Guides General Information

General Information

Order by: Date Title Rate Popularity

New Online Advertising Vehicle for Connecting People and Businesses
by Nikola Anastasov January 16, 2008
VirtuaDOM presents the perfect new and free online advertising vehicle for connecting people and businesses. VirtuaDOM Networking Sidebar is an extension for your web browser that provides the ability to surf, watch TV, advertise and talk simultaneously, at any web site in real-time and all for free.

Active Server Pages - ASP -- Pros and Cons
by Maneet Puri December 12, 2007
Active Server Pages or ASP.NET is a new programming framework from Microsoft for deploying next generation web applications. It is a structure built on the Common Language Runtime and introduces a new model to server-side web development.

Tips On Optimizing Your Internet Security
by Maneet Puri October 23, 2007
While you browse through internet with gay abandon, someone might be spying or hacking your computer security to steal your passwords and other important details from your computer which you might not be even aware of.

Customizable Vs. Custom Application
by Maneet Puri September 28, 2007
For deploying a website there are always two approaches a) use a third party product, customize it for your needs or b) develop an application specifically tailored for your needs. Most of the times nature of website to be deployed is generic i.e. it will be a web store, an informational website, a placement website or a product catalogue etc.

How to Use Domain Names to Make Money Online
by Alan Liew April 05, 2007
Discover how domain names can become your online source of income.

The 10 Sins of Blog Usability
by Linda Bustos March 26, 2007
“Sinning” is an archery term, which literally means “to miss the mark.” If you’re blogging to establish a two-way dialogue with the world, the “mark” is the optimal reader experience. The following is a list of ten things that can hurt your blog’s usability.

How To Monetize Your Domain Names
by Sinta Makah December 07, 2006
Some websites with popular names used to be considered "cybersquatting," a longstanding Internet tactic where entrepreneurs register cheap domain names either associated with a particular subject or a company and then try to sell the name for a quick profit.

Five Costly Mistakes to Avoid in Choosing a Trademark - Tips from a Los Angeles Trademark Attorney
by Milord Keshishian September 07, 2006
Are you using a trademark or business name without having done a trademark search? If you answered yes, then you may be at risk of having to change your trademark and business name and losing the goodwill established with your customers. The tips from a Los Angeles trademark attorney in this article, help you avoid some common pitfalls.

How To Buy Expired Domain Names That Have A Huge Flow Of Existing & Targeted Traffic
by Tuks Engineer July 31, 2006
How To Buy Expired Domain Names That Have A Huge Flow Of Existing, Targeted Traffic...And How To Set-Up A Simple One Page Content Site That Can Make This Traffic Generate Multiple Types Of Income.

Domain Pointing
by Dina Giolitto May 07, 2006
The following is a step-by-step tutorial of how to switch web hosting and reconfigure your domain pointing. Save it for the day when you change web hosting providers, because you will definitely need this information!

Go to Previous  1, 2, 3 ... 18, 19, 20, 21, 22  Next



Related Resources

Other Resources