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How to Easily Enable Real-time Collaboration on Your Site

How to Easily Enable Real-time Collaboration on Your Site

If you are a webmaster, you might be thinking of how you can make your website more interactive, or even allowing your visitors to collaborate with one another. TogetherJS allows you to easily add a real-time collaboration feature to your site with minimal technical/coding skill.

How to Quickly Close Multiple Tabs in Browser

How to Quickly Close Multiple Tabs in Browser

There are times when you opened too many tabs in your browser and it is causing the whole system to slow down. A quick and easy way to fix this is to close as many unused tabs as possible to minimize the memory usage. However, it can be a chores if you have tons of opened tabs. Luckily, most browsers come with a way for you to quickly close multiple tabs with a single click.

Make Use of “+” Aliasing in Outlook.com

Make Use of “+” Aliasing in Outlook.com

In Gmail, you can append a “+” to the username and you will be able to create an email alias quickly and easily. The good news is that Outlook.com has also allowed the use of “+” in your email address. Check it out!

Top 6 Free Collaboration Tools for Freelancers

Top 6 Free Collaboration Tools for Freelancers

Freelancers are always running their business on a budget, yet still have to be able to handle the high workloads and stresses of keeping up with multiple clients. Luckily there are many free collaboration tools that you can use to get your groove on!

Everything You Need to Know About Email Headers

Everything You Need to Know About Email Headers

When you look at an email, all you usually see is the message body, subject line, sender, and recipient. When you dig into the header, you see a large amount of enigmatic text that can be very confusing. Learn how to decipher the email headers and prevent yourself from falling into trouble.

What Is “UTM_Source” And Should You Be Worried?

What Is “UTM_Source” And Should You Be Worried?

You may have seen URLs with a long string attached to the end of the link that looks something like this: “utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=fanpage&utm_campaign=new+article&wa_ibsrc=fanpage.” Should you be worried about the implications of this? We’ll have a look at what UTM is and answer any question you might have on this subject.

MTE Explains: How Credit Card Numbers Work

MTE Explains: How Credit Card Numbers Work

If you own a credit card, you will know that it contains a string of 16 digits where you have to key in while making an online purchase. While these numbers look random, they do follow a pattern and it is pretty simple to generate a series of valid credit card numbers.