If you manage your own website that has forms on web pages that are HTTP (not HTTPS), you likely have received an email from Google Search
Console warning you that starting in October 2017, these pages will be marked with a ‘Not Secure’ warning in Chrome. (A copy of one of those email
notifications is below). If you haven’t received an email, but manage websites that are HTTP and have pages with forms capturing some sort of customer
data (eg. contact us form) you STILL need to pay attention and update your sites to HTTPS before October 2017 to avoid having tis message displayed
Most used Google search terms in 2013 in Cyprus
Top 10 Web Search in Cyprus in 2013
These are relative numbers, do you think they really translate any trends? How do internet users in Cyprus use the Google Search Engine?
If we have a closer look on Search behaviors is seems that a significant number of users in Cyprus do not use Google primarily to search for products,
documents or information, but the Google Search Engine (often as default home page) is replacing the address bar, meaning that instead of entering
the full URL into the address bar on top of their browsers, us...
In all major web-browsers there is a large number of keyboard shortcuts that are common to all. Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, Internet
Explorer, Apple Safari, or Opera – most of these keyboard shortcuts will work in all browsers. In addition, each browser also has some of its own browser-specific
shortcuts, but knowing the common ones will serve you well as you switch between different browsers and computers.
Ctrl+1-8 – Switch to the specified tab, start counting from left
Ctrl+9 – Switch to the last tab
Ctrl+Tab – Switch to the next tab – meaning: to the tab...
Mozilla Firefox has a variety of configuration settings and diagnostic information available in its internal about: pages.
You can access each page by typing about: into the address bar, followed by the name of the topic.
The about: pages contain everything from the story of Mozilla’s battle against Internet Explorer and robot pop-culture references to advanced configuration
settings, permission management and diagnostic information.
The about:about page is an index of Firefox’s about pages. Click any of the links on this page to explore them.
Try out the about:robots...