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Mar
26
comment What WYSIWYG software can I use to create a web page?
@Nick G, as I wrote in my questions I already know HTML quite well. I know PHP and MySQL and CSS. I just decided to use some WYSIWYG software to make a nice design for my web pages.
Mar
26
comment What WYSIWYG software can I use to create a web page?
I cannot install it. When I press download I just get a folder with sub-folders and many files and I have no ideas what to do with this files and folders.
Mar
10
comment How can I start Norton Commander on Windows 7?
Thats good. Thank you. I have installed it and tried. But unfortunately it does not have a text editor with highlighting.
Mar
10
comment How can I start Norton Commander on Windows 7?
I thought that it is kind of old DOS program from browsing directories end editing files. I just got to use midnight commander in Linux and I like it. I thought that Windows can have something similar.
Mar
10
comment How can I start Norton Commander on Windows 7?
Well, I need to buy it... I need something free.
Mar
1
comment How can I run a IE window without tabs and menus?
It is very close to what I need. The only disadvantage of the "-k" option is the full screen mode.
Feb
28
comment Do I correctly understand permission to directories in Linux/Unix?
Thank you for the correction. I checked it on my Ubuntu. It works like you said. And in this way it is, actually, more logical for me.
Feb
27
comment How can I start phpMyAdmin?
I see only "lighttpd.conf" and "apache.conf". The content of "phpMyAdmin.conf" is similar to you example (there is "<Directory /usr/share/phpmyadmin>"). But there are not "order" or "allow". Should I add them? Where can I learn the syntax (I do not want to add something I do not understand).
Feb
26
comment Where can I find my Outlook?
Thanks Joe. It helps. I was able to run outlook from the command prompt. I still need to find out how to make a shortcut but at least I can run the outlook.