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Explanation After doing a bit of research and experimentation with the website and their services, this seems to be your ISP (MTNL) injecting the frame into your webpages. When you request a webpage, your ISP, instead of displaying the original page, it tampers with the HTML and inject an ad via the iframe element on to the page. This only happens if the ...
There are several ways you can go at this: You could install a browser plugin which allows you to see all the HTTP traffic that is sent. Firebug has this option ("Net" tab). You could use a packet sniffer like Wireshark to capture all the raw TCP data.
You don't mention what OS you are running, so I am going to assume it is Windows. Assuming that all of your computers are on the same network and can talk to each other, the easiest method of accomplishing the sharing of files would be to join all of the computers onto the same workgroup and setup Windows File Sharing. Here is the link to a video that ...
Well, Google must have chosen to implement the necessary writing to PDF format (or embed an third-party implementation into Chrome) while the other browser makers have not -- and possible would prefer (in the case of Microsoft), that we buy something or that we use another format like MS's XPS format.So I would say: commercial decision.
It's about whether or not the product team sees implementation and support of PDF printing as having a sufficiently low cost/benefit (or high benefit/cost) ratio to be worth the opportunity cost of not implementing some other feature. Counter-examples to licensing and technology being the hurdles would be that Opera and Firefox can print to PDF. Firefox ...
Yes, but this doesn't mean they magically vanish as a whole. They're just deleted and it's still possible to use tools to restore those files. There are multiple things considered here. There can be a time limit issued by the web server as part of the HTTP header for example. Also there's the fixed maximum size for Temporary Internet Files (found in ...
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