Do you want to add some personal touches to your blogs, posts, emails, and other digital contents? By means of a “signature” you can spice up your entries online. There are many available online signature makers, some free, others not. Just for fun I use personal online signature maker. There is a signature wizard which guides you through making your own signature by choosing pre-designed styles to your own liking. You can also make a signature from your own signature image and season it from there. Once complete, you either download the image result, or download the HTML and or BB code which you can attach to your emails and blogs or other web pages. Below are two samples of the generated signatures.
In blogger, you can upload the image and save the image code in your post template, or you can directly paste the generated HTML code of the signature in the html mode of your post template, so every time you make a post, the signature code is already there you only have to position it where you want it to be in each post.
In wordpress though, there is a plugin for use with adding your signature to each post or page, the add signature plugin. In the settings option in your dashboard, you can make how the plugin works. There are three default signatures code templates which can be inserted to your posts by the trigger texts. From there you can paste or replace one of the codes with your generated signature or whatever words yo want displayed.
We are leaving ourselves open to identity fraud online because of the passwords we use, says a campaign group. Passwords that are easy to remember often means easy to guess and hard to guess often means hard to remember. Problems include using passwords that are easy to guess and using the same one all the time. So what makes a good password? It’s all about having a difficult word and a good system, say experts. Never use a word that is in the dictionary, says Ken Munro, managing director of SecureTest. Online fraudsters have written programs that can try thousands of different passwords and try every word in the dictionary. You can mix upper and lower case and throw in random symbols, like a dollar sign. A good suggestion is to use a phrase you can easily remember. A good password will mix letters, numbers and punctuation, but the strongest contain non-alphanumeric characters or symbols. The longer a password is the harder it is to crack, not the consecutive keys on the keyboard. QWERTY is a regular on lists of most-popular passwords, just look at your keyboard to find out why. The other essential when it comes to protecting your personal details is also having a good user name. People tend to just use their names, which is leaves them vulnerable.
It’s time everyone flies. We have tried to purchase my domestic e-tickets today for my incoming flight back to the Philippines from Manila to Davao next month. But how in the world, Cebu Pacific Air, which hubby chooses, does not allow visa payments from the United States! I just won’t dare imagine them if they handle payments online from other countries.
One thing from them though:
TRAVEL TIP: Travel on Tuesdays or Wednesdays for best availability of lowest fares.
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