Why can’t I open my email?
Instead of being connected to my email account, I get a full page message that I have to switch to Internet Explorer 8 – I have Windows 2000 and Internet Explorer 6, which according to this message IE8 will not work with. Is this a legitimate change made by Yahoo? I tried downloading IE8 and it didn’t work. Thanks for help!
This has been happening for some time now, Yahoo are working on it they say but for now try this.Recommended fixes for the many current problems include Update Adobe Flash Player Internet Explorer and Java script . Clear Explorer cache, cookies, and browsing history. Some find that a return to classic mail improves things. You could also try an alternative browser. Hope this helps
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how can i download an internet explorer 8 to a MAC not Windows?
having trouble with yahoo; and yahoo keeps telling me to download internet explorer 8; but that is not compatible to the MAC system so THEN WHAT?!
You can’t do it. Period. Microsoft stopped making IE for Mac years ago. You’ve still got plenty of choices: Safari, Firefox, Chrome, and I think even Opera works for Macs. It’ll never run IE though.
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No method of image protection is wholly effective, but nevertheless, Artists should take reasonable steps to defend their images from unauthorised use. The aim of this article is to show what can be done, rather than how to do it. Free tools, software, codes, and how to advice can be easily found on the Internet, once you know what to look for.
The best form of protection is to make your images fit for use only as web graphics.
1. Don’t make your pictures any bigger than necessary. The bigger an image, the easier it is to achieve quality prints.
2. Use image compression/optimisation software to reduce the file sizes of your images. On screen, there is little difference between a compressed and uncompressed file, however compressed files can comprise up to 90% less information, and will not withstand enlargement without severe loss of quality.
3. Watermark your images. Visible watermarking is simply a matter of placing some text, or a graphic, over your image. The trick is to achieve a balance between making your watermark difficult to remove, and not overly obscuring the image.
4. Use a correctly worded copyright notice on your web pages, and as your image watermark. This should comprise the © symbol (to let others know they should not use the artist’s work without permission), the name of the copyright owner next to it (so that anyone wishing to use the image to trace the copyright holder), and the year in which the image was created (to let others know when the term of protection started).
There are a number of easy steps that can be taken to keep your image files as inaccessible as possible.
5. Protect your image directory. Most web designers put their images and graphics in suitably named folders (sub-directories). Browsers automatically look for an “index” or “default” page within each sub-directory, and if there isn’t one, they display a list of all the files in that sub-directory. This means anyone can get a complete list of all your images and grab anything they want. There isn’t much point in employing other safeguards (such as no right click) if folder content lists are accessible. To stop this happening, place an index page in each folder where you have images. The page can be a blank document, or could include an appropriate message.
6. You can stop Browsers from caching the images on your web pages, by inserting the following code HEAD tags of your web page: <META http-equiv=”Pragma” content=”no-cache”>.
7. Internet Explorer 6 has an annoying little feature called the “Image Toolbar”. Whenever your mouse hovers over an image, the Image Toolbar pops up, and invites you to save, print (etc). To disable the Image Toolbar, insert the following code between the HEAD tags of your web page: <META HTTP-EQUIV=”imagetoolbar” CONTENT=”no”>.
There are a number different ways in which you can use code to deter people from copying your website images, but unfortunately NONE of these are fool proof. They will only ever discourage the casual thief.
8. Use a rollover script to display images. When the mouse is moved over the image, a second image appears with a copyright notice, for example. Right clicking will only grab the rollover image.
9. Null images and nested tables (or overlapping layers, or even CSS). Briefly this involves creating a transparent image (GIF or PNG) the same size as the image you wish to protect. The “real” image is placed in the first table, and the “null” image placed in a second (nested) table, so that it is in front of the real image. If you right click to save the image, the transparent GIF/PNG is grabbed.
10. Sectioning images is a process in which that image is divided into parts to form a number of separate images. These are then reassembled in a “zero border” table, recreating the original image. Right clicking will save only a section of the image.
Java and Flash slide show scripts can be a good choice. The images cannot be saved directly, however, they remain vulnerable to screen grabs.
13. Invisible watermarking, like those created by Digimarc, digitally embeds a personal identification number within the image. They do not prevent your images from being taken, but offer proof of ownership.
14. There are a number of further techniques and software options, but they all require either a little expertise, or expenditure.
About the Author
Portrait artist working mainly from clients’ own photographs.
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internet explorer (v7) keep turning on my “automatic settings” & unchecking proxy server in lan settings. why?
i am under a network server at work, and I upgraded to v7.0; the previous version always had automatic settings unchecked and proxy server checked. it’s the only way to connect to the internet. explorer (v7) has automatic settings checked and proxy server unchecked. I go and change the settings each time i start explorer, only to find it goes back to the way it was before the next time i run explorer, and most times if i have waited more than 10-15 minutes or so of surfing from the same window. how do i keep it from changing and making it permanently set to proxy server and automatic settings turned off???
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I heard bad things about Internet Explorer 8, but I have a high priority Windows Update, do I have to install?
Windows Update is asking me to review & install Internet Explorer 8 for Windows XP, but everyone else I know that has installed it has said they didn’t like it. If it’s a high priority Windows Update, do I have to install IE8? Is IE7 going to be obsolete? I use Firefox most of the time, but sometimes I have to switch to Internet Explorer. Have you switched to IE8? If so, what do you think of it?
I just realized, if it’s a high priority update, is it going to install by itself eventually?
I do use Firefox, but some websites, like BuddyTV & MySpace won’t let me view comments or profiles, so I have to use Internet Explorer. I heard about the toolbar thing & there is a Internet Explorer 8 button that appears. How do you fix the toolbar problem?
I heard bad things about it, too, but I went ahead and installed it. The worse problem I had was getting my tool bar back the way I wanted it. I don’t have my automatic updates turned on, so I make my own choices as to what to install and what not to install.
Tool bar problem: To be honest with you, I don’t know exactly how I fixed it. I had to play with it for about an hour before I got it back like it was before. I know the place you fix it is under “Tools”, but that’s all I can say for sure. The thing that bothered me was that it added another row to the existing tool bars and it had basically the same options, so it was not needed. Since I have an older monitor, it cut down on my already limited screen and that was bothersome. If you have a newer or larger monitor, you may not notice it at all.
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How can i uninstall internet explorer 8 and go back to internet explorer 7?
i have windows vista home premium and i tried internet explorer 8 but i didnt like it so i want to go back to IE 7, but cant. IE 8 doesnt come up on the add or remove programs list, and when i checked installed updates, it wasnt there either. is there any way i can still remove it, how? please answer.
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So you thought that everything was going to be great when you upgraded to Internet Explorer 7 and that all of your web-browsing woes would have been finally laid to rest?
Despite having downloaded to the latest stable release of Internet Explorer 7, problems are bound to occur, such as:
* The web browser temporarily hangs / freezes up / locks up while loading certain webpages, such as those that use the contain Adobe Acrobat Reader plugin or any pages that contain client-side Java applets.
* Web pages take an unacceptably longer time to load than is normally expected, even if you have rebooted your machine or you are on a high-speed Internet connection.
* The web browser stops responding completely, and refuses even to terminate even if you attempt to kill its process through Windows Explorer.
* The web browser spontaneously crashes and stops running.
Determining what causes Internet Explorer 7 problems is just as much a mystery now as it has always been with previous versions of this web browser.
Believe it or not, the vast majority of Internet Explorer 7 problems have nothing to do with the speed of your Internet connection, or your computer’s memory or CPU.
On the contrary, most typically, the cause of this type of problem is usually one of the following:
* You have inadvertently downloaded rogue spyware onto your PC from some rogue pop-up banner from some website that you recently visited.
* You may have inadvertently unleashed a virus onto your system through some file you have downloaded or some e-mail attachment you opened up.
* Your computer’s hard drive may be severely defragmented.
* Your Windows registry may be corrupted or in dire need of reoptimization.
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About the Author
Hugh Kent is a senior information technology consultant with over 12 years of expertise in the industry. He has solid experience providing consulting services to numerous clients in a diverse field of industries.
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