The "Read More..." feature you often see on websites is a great way to reduce the amount of wordage on your page and let viewers drill down to what they want to read.
URL - Also known as the 'web page address', you can find it in the search/address bar of your browser ie http:www.weebly.com
Domain Name - this is found within the URL, if we use the above example the domain name is "weebly.com".
Link - links take us from one web site to another (external) or from page to page within the same web site (internal)
ie internal - from leobirch.com to leobirch.com/events
ie external - from leobirch.com to mailchimp.com
To be continued...
This session on Digital Fraud at Microsoft was a wonderful opportunity for the fifteen participants to learn how they can keep safe online. Keep your eye out in the Events section on this site for upcoming sessions at Microsoft. Thanks again Jon and Clara from Microsoft for hosting this wonderful initiative.
Take a moment to test your understanding of the Settings function on your device :-)
We all have some photos on our smartphones that we would like to print off to put in an album, frame or give as a gift.
This step by step guide shows how to connect our phones to a photo printing terminal at OfficeWorks, choose photos, pay and print them out.
Simply click HERE to view the slideshow.
Those of you who are interested can REGISTER to attend OfficeWorks (Bondi Junction) on the 7 April for a practical photo printing session.
Hosted by Lendlease at their global headquarters in Sydney last Friday a lucky group had the opportunity to learn all about Google Sheets (Google's version of Excel). Simple tips on creating a budget and financial planning were covered followed by a master class from Lisa Thom (Lendlease Building Group) who explained how she uses spreadsheets in her project management role.
If you have ever fallen for a Nigerian Princess or been romanced by a Russian romeo then its possible you have been the victim of an online scam. Helping sort the genuine from the fake is increasingly difficult so we are very grateful to Melissa (in orange) and Clara (in blue) from Microsoft who provided wonderful advice today.
It also pays to sign up to the Government Anti-scam website ScamWatch.
This 7 minute video covers changing background images using Weebly stock images followed by an overview of the Title Element and options menu allowing us to customise page Titles.