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From 31/12/08 my google emails page will not load.

Only the top lefthand bar opens but the page is blank. When I switch to basic HTML, the page appears but I cannot open the emails. Why not?

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Try going to www.adobe.com and install the latest "Flash" update.
I trust you are on XP or Vista?
Some web sites will no longer work with Windows 98.
Also, make sure you computer is up to date. IE: Internet Explorer 7.

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How do i fix this


Known as "Not Found" errors, 404 errors occur when a link attempts to resolve to a webpage that does not exist.


When links are "broken" in this manner, search engine rankings can become affected and visitors grow reticent to return.


Luckily, the broken links that cause 404 errors are easy to find and fix using Google's online webmaster resources, allowing you to ensure that all pages display correctly and without error.


Log into Google Webmaster Tools by entering your Google ID and password.


Add your website to your Google Webmaster Dashboard.

Type your domain name (everything in your URL before the first forward slash)

into the Dashboard text box.


Click the "Add Site" button.

Select a verification process.


Click the "Verify your site" link.

Select your desired verification route from the drop-down box labeled "Choose verification method."


Select "Add a meta tag" and paste the provided code in between the <HEAD></HEAD> tags of your homepage, or choose the "Upload an HTML file" option to upload a blank html file with the name specified by Google.


Verify ownership of your web domain.

Upload your amended home page or Google-named blank HTML file to your server, depending on the verification method you chose in Step 2.


Use an FTP program to transfer the file in question to your website.

Click the "Verify" button to complete the process.


Identify 404 errors.

Click the "Dashboard" link to view website errors.

Examine the "Detail" column and locate any web addresses that show "404 (Not Found)" results.


Click on the "Linked From" column for each identified 404 error to see the location of the page that contains the broken link.


Visit the page that contains the broken link.

Right-click on the broken link and select "Copy Shortcut" or "Copy Link Location."

Right-click in your browser's address bar and select "Paste" from the ensuing menu.


Examine the link in your address bar.

Look for stray quotation marks, spaces, periods or commas.

Remove everything before the first slash from the link and see if the domain still displays.


Fix broken links. Open a text editor and load the HTML file for the page in question.

Correct link typos and delete links that no longer lead to live websites.

Save your amended HTML files and re-upload them to your server using your FTP program.


Return to the Google Webmaster Tools Dashboard.

Click the "Sitemaps" link on the left navigation bar.

Click the "Resubmit" button to resubmit your website's sitemap.


Wait an average of four to six weeks for Google to re-index your amended website pages.


Hope this helps




Nov 01, 2012 | Acer Computers & Internet

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Error 404


Hi,

  • 1

    Log into Google Webmaster Tools by entering your Google ID and password.

  • 2

    Add your website to your Google Webmaster Dashboard. Type your domain name (everything in your URL before the first forward slash) into the Dashboard text box. Click the "Add Site" button.

  • 3

    Select a verification process. Click the "Verify your site" link. Select your desired verification route from the drop-down box labeled "Choose verification method." Select "Add a meta tag" and paste the provided code in between the <HEAD></HEAD> tags of your homepage, or choose the "Upload an HTML file" option to upload a blank html file with the name specified by Google.

  • 4

    Verify ownership of your web domain. Upload your amended home page or Google-named blank HTML file to your server, depending on the verification method you chose in Step 2. Use an FTP program to transfer the file in question to your website. Click the "Verify" button to complete the process.

  • 5

    Identify 404 errors. Click the "Dashboard" link to view website errors. Examine the "Detail" column and locate any web addresses that show "404 (Not Found)" results.

  • 6

    Click on the "Linked From" column for each identified 404 error to see the location of the page that contains the broken link.

  • 7

    Visit the page that contains the broken link. Right-click on the broken link and select "Copy Shortcut" or "Copy Link Location." Right-click in your browser's address bar and select "Paste" from the ensuing menu.

  • 8

    Examine the link in your address bar. Look for stray quotation marks, spaces, periods or commas. Remove everything before the first slash from the link and see if the domain still displays.

  • 9

    Fix broken links. Open a text editor and load the HTML file for the page in question. Correct link typos and delete links that no longer lead to live websites. Save your amended HTML files and re-upload them to your server using your FTP program.

  • 10

    Return to the Google Webmaster Tools Dashboard. Click the "Sitemaps" link on the left navigation bar. Click the "Resubmit" button to resubmit your website's sitemap.

  • 11

    Wait an average of four to six weeks for Google to re-index your amended website pages.




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    Sep 30, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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    Never sent a email before


    hi its is quite simple..
    depending on what email program you are using, this may vary slightly, but i will use windows live mail as an example.. first log into your email account when you are logged in at the top of the page there is a menu, click on NEW you will get a blank page come up, with 2 blank bars at the top in the first bar, this is the TO, ( the recipient) type in the persons email address, should be something like fred.flinstone@bedrockmail.com (obviously use the email of the proper person not this one) then the next blank bar SUBJECT is what the email is about, some thing like "willma's shopping spree" then when you have filled these to bars in you can then move to the blank page and type in as you would do a letter, when you have finished, look at the top again where it said NEW, it will now say send all it then is a case of clicking on the send, and that should be it, willma gets her shopping list...lol hope that helps please vote thanks, any problems just re-reply on here thanks

    Aug 06, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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    What is the blank page?


    Do you mean "about:blank"?

    This is when you do not have any website entered on your address bar. There is a setting on your browser that uses the blank page as the home page so that whenever you open your browser it will not load any website, then you may type your preferred website in the address bar. This saves time for you to go to a website without waiting for the home page to load.

    If you would like to setup a home page, follow the steps below:

    If you are using Internet explorer:
    Go to Tools -> Internet Options. Change the Home page to any website that you want (ex. google.com, yahoo.com). Then OK.

    If you are using Firefox:
    Go to Tools -> Options. On the drop down button beside "When Firefox starts" select Show my home page, then enter any website that you prefer on the home page field.

    I hope this helps!

    Apr 21, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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    I am not able to open my yahoo.com e-mail a/c. Message shows in the bar some blank....My is taking my login name and passwd correctly but next page is not coming..


    first of all check youe net connectivity...if you are using new yahoo mail environment, then switch back to the Yahoo mail classic...... also try another internet browser...i would recommend Google Chrome !

    Dec 16, 2009 | Yahoo Mail

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    YAHOO MAIL PROBLEM


    Most of the people having the same problem this week full the problem is You can log into your eMail account but the inbox-page does not load properly and turns up completely blank.

    It is still possible to access your eMails, even though in a very minimalistic way.

    Log in and then use the following link. It's a text-based inbox, yet better than nothing:

    http://us.m.yahoo.com/p/mail

    Hope that helps and keep your fingers crossed that yahoo! will fix this problem soon

    Oct 06, 2009 | Yahoo Mail

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    Conflict between Gmail and Gtalk


    Hi,
    The standard version of GMail requirres afster internet connection. You can solve this problem by slecting the "Older version" or "Basic HTML" versions of GMail.

    To enable this, when your Gmail page loads, you will find a link at the top marked as "Older version" and one at the bottom of the page marked as "basic HTML". You can select either of these and you'll surely find a noticeable difference in the speed at which the Gmail page opens.

    Thanks.

    Jul 24, 2009 | Google Talk

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    Macromedia dreamweaver to crate menu bar


    1. Load your index.html page as before. That is, doubleclick the file in the Files pane in the right column.
    2. Locate your existing navigation menu, which at this time merely consists of a series of links to your home page, About Us page, Contact Us page and the Site Map. Select them and delete them. We will be completely replacing them in this chapter.
      1. Make sure that the blinking text cursor is currently in the side bar. If it is not, click somewhere in the side bar. Now click "Insert | Spry | Spry Menu Bar" from the menu. That is, click the "Insert" menu, then the "Spry" item on the menu that appears, and finally on "Spry Menu Bar" on the submenu that appears.
      2. A dialog box will appear asking you whether you want a horizontal menu bar or a vertical one. Since we are placing the menu bar in the left column, we want a vertical menu bar. Select the "Vertical" option and click OK.
      3. A default menu bar will be inserted into your side bar. If you look at the Properties pane at the bottom of your Dreamweaver window, you will see that the text and links for menu items are displayed there.
      4. Select "Item 1" by clicking on it, if it is not already selected. In the "Text" box, replace the words "Item 1" with "Home" (without the quotes). Replace the default "Link" text of "#" with "index.html" (without the quotes).
      5. By default Dreamweaver created a submenu for your menu. We don't need one, so we will need to delete it. Select "Item 1.1". Directly above "Item 1.1" are two buttons "+" and "-". Click the "-" item to delete Item 1.1. Do the same for "Item 1.2" and "Item 1.3".
      6. Now do the same with the other items, replacing the text with the appropriate words for your site, and the links with the actual page names. If there are submenus, delete them as you did for Item 1. For your convenience, the replacement text and links are reproduced below from chapter 3. Note that Item 3 has a three-level menu system. Delete all submenus (item 3.1.1, 3.1.2, 3.1, 3.2, 3.3) - we won't need them.
        • Text: About Us, Link: aboutus.html
        • Text: Contact Us, Link: feedback.html
        • Text: Site Map, Link: sitemap.html
      7. Click "File | Save". A dialog box will pop up telling you that certain files have been added to your site, and that these files will need to be uploaded. Click "OK".
      8. Now upload the page to your website using "Site | Put" and check the results in your browser. Hover your mouse over your menu buttons, and you will see that they change colour.
      Customizing the Spry Framework's Menu Bar Widget While adding the Spry Framework's navigation menu bar to your web page is a simple procedure under Dreamweaver, customizing it is, however, another cup of tea. There is no built-in method to do so under Dreamweaver's user interface. You will have to do it manually.
      The fastest way to do this is to do it via Dreamweaver's "Code" view.
      Dreamweaver has two basic ways you can work on your website. So far, you have been creating your site using the "Design" view. The "Design" view allows you to work on your web page using the What-You-See-Is-What-You-Get (WYSIWYG) editor - that is, as you create your web page, you basically see the page as a visitor would when they visit your website.
      The "Design" view hides the real code, the HTML and CSS code, that Dreamweaver generates for your website. This code, the "raw" code, if you will, is the actual content that is uploaded (published) to your website. When your visitor loads your web page, the browser takes the "raw" code and displays it according to the instructions given in the "raw" code.
      To customize the Spry Framework's menu bar widget, you will be using Dreamweaver's facility for viewing this "raw" code for your website. Even if you find the menu bar widget satisfactory at the moment, you should still take the following steps to familiarize yourself with Dreamweaver's "Code" view. You will be using the Code view in a future chapter to insert your feedback form code.
      To switch to the "Code" view, click "View | Code" from the menu. Instead of the web page that you are accustomed to viewing, you will now see the "raw" HTML code for that page. If you scroll up and down the page, you should be able to see your content amidst other characters. These other characters, things like "<p>" and the like, are the formatting code that tells the browser how it should render your page.
      Centering the Menu Bar Scroll to the top of the index.html file in "Code" view. Locate the text "</head>" (without the quotes) somewhere near the top of the file. Place your cursor just before "</head>" on the same line. Hit ENTER (or RETURN) to insert a blank line. When you do this, the entire line with "</head>" should move downwards, creating a new blank line. Move the cursor to the blank line.
      Now copy the text from the box below and paste it into the blank line you just created in Dreamweaver. To copy the text, select all the text in the box with your mouse, click the right mouse button (or if you use Mac OS X, hold down the Control key on the keyboard and click the mouse), and select Copy from the menu that appears. To paste it into Dreamweaver, switch to the Dreamweaver window. Make sure that your text cursor is in the correct location (in the blank line above the word "</head>"). Select "Edit | Paste" from the menu. <style type="text/css">
      ul.MenuBarVertical
      {
      margin: 0 auto ;
      width: 8em;
      }
      </style>


    Jan 22, 2009 | Macromedia Dreamweaver MX 2004

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    Gmail was auotomaticlly loaded as home page. my privacy was compromised . gmail we sent to another account.


    1) u have to open Internet exploner.thn u c TOOLS on menu bar "click" on thn "internet option".an other small window open thn on ther top a link is highlighted with blue colour.in that box u can change ur home page.u can set ur home pager what is ur desired website.

    2) U are hacked.u hav to refresh ur window intanly.fresh u have to formate ur drive on which window is installed.thn chage ur Google ID password.

    3) Google is unsafe as compare to Yahoo and Hotmail and other messengers

    Sep 21, 2008 | Google Gmail

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