Thursday, January 12, 2017

Easy Ways to View Source Code of Web Page

How to View The Source Code(HTML)


This is a quick guide to show you how to read website source code. All Internet browsers allow users to view the HTML source code of any of web page they visit. The following paragraphs contain information on the multiple ways to view the source code in browsers.

Web Page Source Code

The code under the hood of a web page is stuffed full of instructions telling the web browser how to display the web page. It consists of:

HTML:

  • HTML is the Hyper Text Markup Language created by Tim Berners-Lee and his team at CERN to be the underlying architecture of a web page. When you set something to be bold, instructions must be set in the web page to tell the browser to set the following text as bold. HTML tags wrap around the text to be bolded, and the styles add the visual emphasis such as this is bold. Look for bold on the web page’s code by searching for “strong.”
  • CSS:

  • CSS is Cascading Style Sheets, the instructions for HTML on how to paint and style the web page. Imagine CSS as the instructions that accompany a building project’s blueprints that tell the workers what size, shape, color, and materials they are to use for each part of the building.
  • JavaScript:

  • JavaScript is programming code. It is called dynamic computer programming language as it controls the actions of the web browser and creates actionable effects on a web page. JavaScript is everywhere within a WordPress site.
  • Microsoft Internet Explorer:


    To view the source code of a web page in Microsoft Internet Explorer

    follow the steps below.

  • Press CTRL + U on you computer's keyboard.
  • or
  • Open Internet Explorer and navigate to the web page of your choice.
  • Press the Alt key to bring up the browser's menu bar.
  • Select View, and the Source from the drop-down menu that appears.
  • Tip: With the latest versions of Internet Explorer, pressing the F12 key brings up the DOM tool. This tool provides much more interaction with the source code and CSS settings, allowing users to see how changes in the code affect the web page immediately.

    Mozilla Firefox and Netscape:

    To view the source code of a web page in Mozilla Firefox, follow the steps below.

  • Press CTRL + U on you computer's keyboard.
  • or
  • Open Mozilla Firefox and navigate to the web page of your choice.
  • Press the Alt key to bring up the browser's menu bar.
  • Select Tools, Web Developer, and then Page Source.
  • Tip: With the latest versions of Firefox, pressing the F12 key brings up the interactive developer tool. This tool provides much more interaction with the source code and CSS settings, allowing users to see how changes in the code affect the web page immediately.

    Google Chrome

    To view the source code of a web page in Google Chrome, follow the steps below.

  • Press CTRL + U on you computer's keyboard.
  • or
  • Open Chrome and navigate the web page of your choice.
  • Click on Customize and control Google Chrome Chrome settings icon icon in the upper right-hand side of the browser window.
  • From the drop-down menu that appears, select More tools and then View source.
  • Tip: With the latest versions of Chrome, pressing the F12 key brings up the interactive developer tool. This tool provides much more interaction with the source code and CSS settings, allowing users to see how changes in the code affect the web page immediately.

    Opera Web Browser

    To view the source code of a web page in Opera, follow the steps below.

  • Press CTRL + U on you computer's keyboard.
  • or
  • Open Opera and navigate to the web page of your choice.
  • Click the Customize and control Opera Opera Menu button button in the upper right-hand corner of the browser window.
  • From the drop-down menu that appears, move your mouse cursor over Developer and then click View page source.
  • Safari Web Browser

  • Press Command + Option + U on your keyboard.
  • or
  • Right-click a blank part of the web page and select Show page source from the drop-down menu that appears.
  • or
  • Open the Safari browser and navigate to the web page of your choice.
  • Select the Develop menu.
  • Choose the Show page source option.
  • Saturday, December 31, 2016

    Best Search Engines 2016

    Top Most Popular Search Engines



    List Of Top 10 Best Search Engines In The World

    Google

    Bing

    Yahoo

    Ask.com

    Baidu

    AOL

    Excite

    DuckDuckGo

    Wolframalpha

    chacha.com

    This is a latest updated search engines list of most common and popular search engines. Web search engines are now become apart of our daily life. People are now becoming more dependent on Search Engines to get the answer for their related queries.

    Web Search engines have played a central role in making the Internet so much popular and accessible even to the common users. People use the Internet to solve their day to day life problems, to search/learn (new) things around the world. There are countless no. of search engines on the Internet. Some of the listed Web Search engines are popular and famous in particular countries while others are known worldwide. and there are so many search engines in each country for the country-oriented specific content on the Internet.


    1. Google


    The Google is the best and most popular website in the world and an undisputed giant search engine in the internet world since its launch in the year of 1998. From the very starting of its foundation, Google has always been very popular and famous all around the world No need for further introductions. The search engine giant holds the first place in search with a stunning difference of 43% from second in place Bing.

    Enables users to search the world's information, including webpages, images, and videos. Offers unique features and search technology.
    Google


    2.Bing


    Bing was launched in the year of 2009 by Microsoft and its available in more than 40 languages globally. Bing is the 24th most popular and visited website in the world. Bing was known earlier as Live search , Windows search, and the latter two had been earlier version of search engines provided by Microsoft. Bing is the latest web search engine from Microsoft.
    Bing is a serious contender to Google

    Bing’s video search is significantly better than Google’s, giving you a grid of large thumbnails that you can click on to play or preview if you hover over them.

    Bing often gives twice as many autocomplete suggestions than Google does.

    Bing can predict when airfares are about to go up or down if you’re searching for flights.

    Bing also has a feature where if you type linkfromdomain:[site name] it will highlight the best ranked outgoing links from that site, helping you figure out which other sites your chosen site links to the most.

    Search engine developed by Microsoft. Features web, image, video, local, news, and product search.

    Bing


    3. Yahoo


    Yahoo was founded in 1994 and Yahoo as a search engine was started in 2002 and soon Yahoo became one among the best and top favorite search engine globally.
    Web search engine also indexing images, video, shopping sites, and local results.

    Yahoo


    4.Ask.com


    Offers search for web sites, images, news, blogs, video, maps and directions, local search and shopping.
    Formerly known as Ask Jeeves, Ask.com receives approximately 3% of the search share. ASK is based on a question/answer format where most questions are answered by other users or are in the form of polls. It also has the general search functionality but the results returned lack quality compared to Google or even Bing and Yahoo.

    Ask was founded by Garrett Gruener and David Warthen in California in 1996. Ask.com was initially a platform for web searches asked/searched in the format of questions and answers, but in 2010 Ask declared that it would be outsourcing its search indexing and crawling to Google, Bing and the other best search engines in the category

    Ask.com


    5.Baidu


    Baidu was founded in 2000 and it is the most popular search engine in China. It’s market share is increasing steadily and according to Wikipedia, Baidu is serving billion of search queries per month.

    Wednesday, December 28, 2016

    Cashless Transactions-Ways


    Cashless Payments and Ways


    1. Unified Payments Interface (UPI)

    Unified Payments Interface (UPI)

    2. e-Wallet

    3. Cards, PoS(Point of Sale)

    4. Aadhaar Enabled Payment System (AEPS)

    Aadhar Enabled Payment System (AEPS)

    5.Unstructured Supplementary Service Data (USSD)

    Overview of *99# Service

    Process Flow

    Click on below link to know more details on methods of cashless payments:

    Cashless Payments and Modes

    Wednesday, November 23, 2016

    Top Mobiles- 3GB RAM



    Top 3GB Smartphones with Best Price tag:
                Eveybody these days want to carry out hell lot of operations on his/her smartphone simultaneously. And to make it possible, we invest a lot of our money for buying a good phone with a fast processor and an adequate amount of RAM.Currently, even 2GB RAM Android mobiles will let you do all that you can imagine on your phone without even breaking a sweat.
    These 3GB RAM mobiles from various manufacturers come with different hardware specifications. That’s why we would suggest that you select only that mobile which suits your requirements very well. Don’t just go after the RAM size; also check the quality of after-sales support provided by the manufacturer in your area.

    I have arranged these Android phones with 3GB RAM. This should make it easy for you to select any one of them based on your Interest.


    1)Xiaomi Redmi Note 3 32gb:
    Android V5.1 (Lollipop)
    Rs.10,999




    ·  Performance

    Hexa Core (1.8 Ghz, Dual Core + 1.2 Ghz, Quad Core)
    Snapdragon 650
    3 Gb Ram

    ·  Display

    5.5 Inches (13.97 Cm)
    Full Hd, 401 Ppi (Very Sharp)

    ·  Camera

    16 Mp Primary Camera
    Dual-Color Led Flash
    5 Mp Front Camera, No Front Flash

    ·  Battery

    4050 Mah
    Fast Charging

    2)Samsung Galaxy J7 Prime:

    Android V6.0.1 (Marshmallow)
    Rs.18,590




    ·  Performance

    Octa Core, 1.6 Ghz
    Samsung Exynos 7 Octa
    3 Gb Ram

    ·  Display

    5.5 Inches (13.97 Cm)
    Full Hd, 401 Ppi (Very Sharp)
    ·  Camera

    13 Mp Primary Camera
    Led Flash
    8 Mp Front Camera, No Front Flash
    ·  Battery

    3300 Mah
    3)Lenovo K5 Note:
    Android V6.0 (Marshmallow)
    Rs.13,499



    ·  Performance
    Octa Core, 1.8 Ghz
    Mediatek Mt6755
    4 Gb Ram
    ·  Display
    5.5 Inches (13.97 Cm)
    Full Hd, 401 Ppi (Very Sharp)
    ·  Camera
    13 Mp Primary Camera
    Dual-Color Led Flash
    8 Mp Front Camera, No Front Flash
    ·  Battery
    3500 Mah

    4)Oppo F1s:
    Android V5.1.1 (Lollipop)
    Rs.16,490



    ·  Performance
    Octa Core, 1.5 Ghz
    Mediatek Mt6750
    3 Gb Ram
    ·  Display
    5.5 Inches (13.97 Cm)
    Hd, 267 Ppi (Avg. Sharpness)
    Corning Gorilla Glass 4
    ·  Camera
    13 Mp Primary Camera
    Led Flash
    16 Mp Front Camera, No Front Flash
    ·  Battery
    3075 Mah

    5)Xiaomi Redmi 3s Prime:
    Android V6.0 (Marshmallow)
    Rs.9,999



    ·  Performance
    Octa Core (1.4 Ghz, Quad Core + 1.1 Ghz, Quad Core)
    Snapdragon 430
    3 Gb Ram
    ·  Display
    5.0 Inches (12.7 Cm)
    Hd, 294 Ppi (Avg. Sharpness)
    ·  Camera
    13 Mp Primary Camera
    Led Flash
    5 Mp Front Camera, No Front Flash
    ·  Battery
    4100 Mah
    Fast Charging

    6)Lenovo Vibe K5 Plus 3gb Ram:
    Android V5.1 (Lollipop)
    Rs.8,499



    ·  Performance
    Octa Core (1.5 Ghz, Quad Core + 1.2 Ghz, Quad Core)
    Snapdragon 616
    3 Gb Ram
    ·  Display
    5.0 Inches (12.7 Cm)
    Full Hd, 441 Ppi (Very Sharp)
    ·  Camera
    13 Mp Primary Camera
    Led Flash
    5 Mp Front Camera, No Front Flash
    ·  Battery
    2750 Mah

    7)Le eco Le 2:
    Android V6.0 (Marshmallow)
    Rs.11,999




    ·  Performance
    Octa Core (1.8 Ghz, Quad Core + Quad Core)
    Snapdragon 652
    3 Gb Ram
    ·  Display
    5.5 Inches (13.97 Cm)
    Full Hd, 401 Ppi (Very Sharp)
    ·  Camera
    16 Mp Primary Camera
    Dual-Color Led Flash
    8 Mp Front Camera, No Front Flash
    ·  Battery
    3000 Mah
    Fast Charging
    Usb Type-C Port (Doesn't Support Micro-Usb)

    8)Samsung Galaxy On8:
    Android V6.0 (Marshmallow)
    Rs.15,900



    ·  Performance
    Octa Core, 1.6 Ghz
    Samsung Exynos 7 Octa
    3 Gb Ram
    ·  Display
    5.5 Inches (13.97 Cm)
    Full Hd, 401 Ppi (Very Sharp)
    ·  Camera
    13 Mp Primary Camera
    Led Flash
    5 Mp Front Camera, Led Flash
    ·  Battery
    3300 Mah


    9)Vivo V3 Max:
    Android V5.1 (Lollipop)
    Rs.18,299



    ·  Performance
    Octa Core (1.8 Ghz, Quad Core + 1.4 Ghz, Quad Core)
    Snapdragon 652
    4 Gb Ram
    ·  Display
    5.5 Inches (13.97 Cm)
    Full Hd, 401 Ppi (Very Sharp)
    ·  Camera
    13 Mp Primary Camera
    Led Flash
    8 Mp Front Camera, No Front Flash
    ·  Battery
    3000 Mah

    10)Coolpad Note 5:
    Android V6.0.1 (Marshmallow)
    Rs.10,999



    ·  Performance
    Octa Core (1.5 Ghz, Quad Core + 1.2 Ghz, Quad Core)
    Snapdragon 617
    4 Gb Ram
    ·  Display
    5.5 Inches (13.97 Cm)
    Full Hd, 401 Ppi (Very Sharp)
    ·  Camera
    13 Mp Primary Camera
    Dual Led Flash
    8 Mp Front Camera, Led Flash
    ·  Battery
    4010 Mah
    Quick Charging

    11)Xiaomi Mi Max:
    Android V6.0.1 (Marshmallow)
    Rs.14,999



    ·  Performance
    Hexa Core (1.8 Ghz, Dual Core + 1.4 Ghz, Quad Core)
    Snapdragon 650
    3 Gb Ram
    ·  Display
    6.4 Inches (16.26 Cm)
    Full Hd, 344 Ppi (Sharp)
    Corning Gorilla Glass 3
    ·  Camera
    16 Mp Primary Camera
    Dual-Color Led Flash
    5 Mp Front Camera, No Front Flash
    ·  Battery
    4850 Mah

    12)Vivo V3:
    Android V5.1 (Lollipop)
    Rs.13,499



    ·  Performance
    Octa Core (1.5 Ghz, Quad Core + 1.2 Ghz, Quad Core)
    Snapdragon 616
    3 Gb Ram
    ·  Display
    5.0 Inches (12.7 Cm)
    Hd, 294 Ppi (Avg. Sharpness)
    ·  Camera
    13 Mp Primary Camera
    Led Flash
    8 Mp Front Camera
    ·  Battery
    2550 Mah

    13)Lenovo K4 Note:
    Android V5.1 (Lollipop), Upgradable To V6.0 (Marshmallow)
    Rs.10,699



    Octa Core, 1.3 Ghz
    Mediatek Mt6753
    3 Gb Ram
    ·  Display
    5.5 Inches (13.97 Cm)
    Full Hd, 401 Ppi (Very Sharp)
    Corning Gorilla Glass 3
    ·  Camera
    13 Mp Primary Camera
    Dual-Color Led Flash
    5 Mp Front Camera, No Front Flash
    ·  Battery
    3300 Mah

    14)Samsung Galaxy A9 Pro:
    Android V5.1.1 (Lollipop)
    Rs.32,490



    ·  Performance
    Octa Core (1.8 Ghz, Quad Core + 1.4 Ghz, Quad Core)
    Snapdragon 652
    4 Gb Ram
    ·  Display
    6.0 Inches (15.24 Cm)
    Full Hd, 367 Ppi (Sharp)
    ·  Camera
    16 Mp Primary Camera
    Led Flash
    8 Mp Front Camera, No Front Flash
    ·  Battery
    5000 Mah
    Fast Charging


    15)Micromax Canvas 5 E481 3gb Ram:
    Android V5.1 (Lollipop), Upgradable To V6.0 (Marshmallow)
    Rs.8,799



    ·  Performance
    Octa Core, 1.3 Ghz
    Mediatek Mt6753
    3 Gb Ram
    ·  Display
    5.2 Inches (13.21 Cm)
    Full Hd, 424 Ppi (Very Sharp)
    Corning Gorilla Glass 3
    ·  Camera
    13 Mp Primary Camera
    Led Flash
    5 Mp Front Camera, Led Flash
    ·  Battery
    2900 Mah

    16)Lenovo Zuk Z1:
    Android V5.1.1 (Lollipop)
    Rs.13,499



    ·  Performance
    Quad Core, 2.5 Ghz
    Snapdragon 801
    3 Gb Ram
    ·  Display
    5.5 Inches (13.97 Cm)
    Full Hd, 401 Ppi (Very Sharp)
    ·  Camera
    13 Mp Primary Camera
    Dual Led Flash
    8 Mp Front Camera, No Front Flash
    ·  Battery
    4100 Mah
    Quick Charging
    Usb Type-C Port (Doesn't Support Micro-Usb)

    17)Moto G4 Plus 32gb:
    Android V6.0 (Marshmallow), Upgradable To V7.0 (Nougat)
    Rs.14,999



    ·  Performance
    Octa Core, 1.5 Ghz
    Snapdragon 617
    3 Gb Ram
    ·  Display
    5.5 Inches (13.97 Cm)
    Full Hd, 401 Ppi (Very Sharp)
    Corning Gorilla Glass 3
    ·  Camera
    16 Mp Primary Camera
    Dual-Color Led Flash
    5 Mp Front Camera, No Front Flash
    ·  Battery
    3000 Mah
    Turbo Charging

    18)Lenovo Z2 Plus 64gb (Zuk Z2):
    Android V6.0 (Marshmallow)
    Rs.19,999



    ·  Performance
    Quad Core (2.15 Ghz, Dual Core + 1.59 Ghz, Dual Core)
    Snapdragon 820
    4 Gb Ram
    ·  Display
    5.0 Inches (12.7 Cm)
    Full Hd, 441 Ppi (Very Sharp)
    ·  Camera
    13 Mp Primary Camera
    Led Flash
    8 Mp Front Camera, No Front Flash
    ·  Battery
    3500 Mah
    Quick Charging 3.0
    Usb Type-C Port (Doesn't Support Micro-Usb)

    19)Samsung Galaxy A7 (2016):
    Android V5.1 (Lollipop)
    Rs.25,700




    ·  Performance
    Octa Core, 1.6 Ghz
    Samsung Exynos 7 Octa
    3 Gb Ram
    ·  Display
    5.5 Inches (13.97 Cm)
    Full Hd, 401 Ppi (Very Sharp)
    Corning Gorilla Glass 4
    ·  Camera
    13 Mp Primary Camera
    Led Flash
    5 Mp Front Camera, No Front Flash
    ·  Battery
    3300 Mah
    Fast Charging

    20)Google Pixel XL:
    Android V7.1 (Nougat)
    Rs.60,000



    ·  Performance
    Quad Core (2.15 Ghz, Dual Core + 1.6 Ghz, Dual Core)
    Snapdragon 821
    4 Gb Ram
    ·  Display
    5.5 Inches (13.97 Cm)
    1440x2560 Px, 534 Ppi (Very Sharp)
    Corning Gorilla Glass 4
    ·  Camera
    12.3 Mp Primary Camera
    Dual Led Flash
    8 Mp Front Camera, No Front Flash
    ·  Battery
    3450 Mah
    Fast Charging
    Usb Type-C Port (Doesn't Support)