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Suppose i wanted to register sex.com... (yeah right:))
Would i have to check for "sex.com" trademarks or just "sex" word/company trademarks?
Further, which trademarks to apply: federal, european, canadian...?
Does it depend on the county i live in, or the top level domain (com, ru, it...
A couple of days ago i decided to try out mydomain.com service and pointed the domain "modelpicture.com" to their name servers.
I then redirected the domain to "http://www.modelpicture.f2s.com/" but it still doesnt work.
Anyone having similar problems or an idea?
Im looking for a free news provider which will enable me to put a couple of headlines on my site.
The news domain im looking for is
movies, music, celebrities...
Those that i already found are:
MoreOver, iSyndicate, iboost...
Anyone knows more alternatives?
>actually, when i referred to 300 bytes per framed page,
>that is bandwidth. 300 bytes of badwidth to be exact. i
>think we all answered correctly.
Dont worry, you were all very helpful, thanks...
What i wanted to know was the *monthly* bandwith needed for such a service and i guess...
To access your local computer the easy way is to use the IP address "127.0.0.1"
So if you want to execute a PERL script locally you will have to type
"cgi-bin" is an alias defined in the configuration of the web server you have installed.
Ok, thanks anyway...
In the meanwhile i found what i was looking for on another board.
For those that dont know what i was talking about:
On Unix you can use "cron jobs" using a crontab file. Its kind of a task scheduler.
You will be able to execute CGI scripts...
im looking for a cheap host with following features:
By cheap i mean less than 7$. I think digitalspace.net offers this, anyone else?
I have been looking around alot on different boards, but i think there are not many options...
>transactions, triggers, or have more entries than a few >million -- you need oracle
I think the new MySql version supports transactions (commit, rollback). If i remember correctly, stored procedures are not supported though. A "few million entries" is not that much data to handle and will...