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How long before a website visitor sees a new website design without force refresh? Assumption: There are no cache settings in the HTML page It depends on the browser cache settings. Note: The browser settings described below can be temporarily overridden using the appropriate "Refresh" or "Forced Refresh" commands. IE There are four options ...


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You actually have the answer right there: google.com/search?q=%s %s is substituted for your search query. Test it by visiting google.com/search?q=Superuser. You'll find it returns search results for 'Superuser'.


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https://www.google.com/search?q={searchTerms} for further tips, google this keyword google search parameters url alternatively, install Add to Search Bar. To use, right click on any search text field and select "add to search bar". now, if you really want to extract the search url, open %APPDATA%\Mozilla\Firefox\Profiles\{profile folder}\searchplugins\{...


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You are looking for the phrase kiosk mode. For Windows, do this: C:\Users\jsherk\AppData\Local\Google\Chrome\Application\chrome.exe -kiosk http://www.example.com/ or this: 'C:\Program Files\Google\Chrome\chrome.exe' -kiosk http://www.example.com/ Note that to close the window, ALT+F4 is sufficient, so it's not inescapable. Source: https://www....


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Assuming you cleaned the default start page of the browser (and possible secondary tabs), it is most likely there is an application that auto-re-adds that thing to the browser at each restart or every time the browser starts (if it's in the memory). Best thing would be to get a startup control application so you can see when the app that loads that addon is ...


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Just buy an electric timer. These can be set/programmed to power cycle any electic device.


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Firefox and Chrome have their own built in PDF viewers. (Both also give the user the option to Download the PDF and open it using their default system PDF reader, usually Adobe.) As far as I know their is no way to change which program opens a PDF from within the PDF itself. However, you can force the user to download the PDF and open it in the system PDF ...


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This is not some DNS spoof. The ISP is actively altering web requests and injecting their own adware. If you look carefully at your snippet, the variable which stores a GET request has as part of that request a command to pipe part of a google javascript file through it's own code. A quick look on the web for similar complaints points to the ISP picking ...


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A. Firewall Blacklist. I find it is always useful to have a Firewall Blacklist list in place so that I can easily add sites to it (or even automated entries if there was a need). Much for the same reasons as you. I get that feeling whenever I look at the logs. This also allows you to cut traffic both going to and coming from Facebook. This involves no ...



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