Paying on a Credit Card

If you have your own credit card and use it to buy goods, pay for a service, or pay a bill, then you’re borrowing money and promise to pay back later. If the borrowed money is paid back in full on time before a given due date, then no interest or any other fees will be charge on it. If the borrowed money is being paid back partially overtime instead, then interests or fees will be charge on it.

Usually, there are three options on how you can choose to pay back on your credit card in order to avoid late fees and penalties: pay in full, pay only the minimum, or pay more than the minimum. Two of the options will have interest fees.
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Credit Card for Beginners

What is a Credit Card?
A credit card is simply a plastic card that has a 16 digit number on the front and a magnetic strip on the back. They can be use to buy goods, pay for a service, or pay a bill where ever they are accepted, including on the internet. However, when someone use their credit card, they’re borrowing money and promise to pay back later. If the borrowed money is paid back in full on time before a given due date, then no interest or any other fees will be charge on it. If the borrowed money is being paid back partially overtime instead, then interests or fees will be charge on it.
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List of CSS Drop Down Menu Enhancements

Below will be a list of enhancements you can use for the CSS Drop Down Menu created from How to Make a CSS Drop Down Menu. Overtime, I’ll be adding more later on:


CSS Drop Down Menu Enhancements:


CSS Drop Down Menu Enhancement – How to Center it on a Page

In this blog post, we’ll be learning how to center a CSS Drop Down Menu on a page. The CSS Drop Down Menu we’re going to use was created from How to Make a CSS Drop Down Menu. We’ll be using the same HTML and CSS codes from the original post. Please do go check it out:

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How to Make a CSS Drop Down Menu

In this blog post, you’ll be learning how to create a drop down menu by using only HTML and CSS code for any website. Before we get started, it is assumed that you at least have some experience and know the basics of HTML and CSS.

There are 2 things we will need to use, a text editor to create the drop down menu, and a web browser to preview the drop down menu. You can pretty much use any text editor you like. You can also use any web browser you like as long as they’re not outdated.
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Mysterious Fortune Card Gamble – WoW Inscription

As an Inscriptionist in World of Warcraft, I will spend around 5,000 gold and then attempt to make more than that. This will be done by buying a lot of Herbs off of the Auction House, milling them, and then turning them into Mysterious Fortune Card. Depending on my luck, flipping a Mysterious Fortune Card will either get me a 20, 200, 1000, or even a 5000 gold card. So the goal here is to try to get one or more 5,000 gold card from flipping Mysterious Fortune Cards, which is a very low chance rate. In the end, will it be worth it? Let’s find out together.
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Building a Website with PHP for Beginners

Important!
To better understand PHP, download and install a free program like XAMPP. We’ll need a program like XAMPP to help open a PHP website on a computer for our web browser. Here’s a guide on it, go here.

If you have not already learn HTML, then it can be difficult to start learning how to build a website using PHP codes. Otherwise, it won’t be difficult to learn PHP at all if you already understand the basics of HTML. Once you’ve figure out how PHP works, you’ll find it extremely useful that you’ll also want to use it over and over again for web developement.

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Installing and Running XAMPP

What is XAMPP:
Most today web browsers are able to open and run html websites from a computer just fine. Because of this, anyone can build and test an html website on their computer, before making it public online for everyone to see. However, for php websites, most web browsers are not able to run them from a computer without the help of web servers. This is a problem for those who wants to privately build and test a php website on their computer, before making it public online. Thankfully, there is XAMPP.

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000webhost

This post is a look at and a review of the 000webhost’s free web hosting service. If you are someone who has already bought or owned a domain name and are looking for a free web host to start a website with, then feel free check out 000webhost. They offer free and paid web hosting service.

Screenshots:

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Subscribing to RSS feeds using Mozilla Firefox or Google Chrome on Your Computer

Did you know that you can use your desktop web browser as an RSS Reader to subscribe to RSS feeds? RSS feeds are like subscriptions to a website’s blogs, news, forums, and much more. Instead of having to check to see if there is something new on your favorite websites, they can come to you instead. It’s like having newspapers and magazines getting delivered to your house all for free. You’ll find RSS very useful, because it can save you a lot of time on the web. (more…)