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How To Crack Internet Download Manager idm


Internet download manager also known as IDM, it has become a very important download manager in the internet world, it is well used but I has the problem to registration and serial key, so today I have decided to show steps by steps how to crack idm for life,  without you have any problem of serial key.

visit 4shared and search for internet download manager to download various version of idm with their patch and crack
download any one of your choice and install the software and i will show you how to crack or patch idm

  1. Open the Crack Folder 
  2. copy the file "IDMan" from the folder
  3. Now go to your PC Desktop, Double click on My Computer >> Program Files >> Internet Download Manager
  4. Then Paste the IDMan you copied ealier and confirm to overwrite existing file.                           
And if you find regkey file in the  Crack Folder and double Click on the file "regkey" to register the program.

and that all and you are done!!!
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Using the DIALOG Element HTML5

Conversation and comments are common place on the Web.
The DIALOG element allows you to identify conversation on a
screen. There are three main parts to the DIALOG element:
• The wrapping DIALOG element that identifies a conversation.
• A DT element that identifies the speaker.
• A DD element that identifies the conversation.
Using the DIALOG element to block conversation can look as
<DT>Josie Smith </DT>
<DD>HTML5 is a great way to block semantic elements on
a page. </DT>
<DT>Ian Jones </DT>
<DD>Yes, you are absolutely right. </DD>
<DT>Josie Smith </DT>
<DD>Conversation can now be easily identified. </DT>
<DT>Ian Jones </DT>
<DD><P>Blocking allows you to accomplish several things
such as:</P>
<LI>Clearly identifying blocks of content on a page</LI>
<LI>Making it easier to construct page designs</LI>

Opening and closing the conversation is the main DIALOG
element. Each new conversation starts with a DT element that
identifies the speaker. For instance, Ian Jones is identified using
the following DT element:
<DT>Ian Jones </DT>
Ian’s conversation is then wrapped between a DD element.
Here is a close-up example.
<DD><P>Blocking allows you to accomplish several things
such as:</P>
<LI>Clearly identifying blocks of content on a page</LI>
<LI>Making it easier to construct page designs</LI>

You can see that additional HTML elements can be placed
within the DD DIALOG element such as list, paragraph, or even
an article.

New Elements Are Introduced to HTML5

HTML5 introduces new elements to allow you to control
your code. Broadly, the new elements cover these main
Blocking of content on the page
Media management
Form structure
The blocking of content in HTML is traditionally accomplished
using either complex tables or the infamous DIV element.
HTML5 introduces several new elements that allow you to
easily insert blocks of content into the page. Conveniently, these
new elements have names that identify what the block of content
The role of the new page layout elements is to better
describe specific parts of a document. Think of the new tags as
behaving in a similar way to how you approach writing a document
in Microsoft Word. A typical Word document is built up of
sections of content that can be separated in paragraphs, sidebars,
and header and footer sections. The new blocking elements
in HTML5 approach HTML code in logical sections, or
The FORM element, in HTML5, has also received its first major
upgrade since HTML2, back in 1994. Forms 2.0, as it is sometimes
referred to, enables you to add the following visual effects to form
• Format the form for adding only telephone numbers.
• Allow a form field that is picking a web address to validate it
against the client browser history.
• Format a field to only accept valid email addresses.
• Enable a field to pick from a calendar to choose a date.
• Force a field to be the first default field in the form.
• Highlight fields that are required.
With Forms 2.0, the rich functionality you need in a form is
built directly into HTML—there is no need for Ajax, Flash, or any
other technology

What Is Included in HTML5

Unlike earlier improvements to HTML, the new HTML5 specifications
are taking a much broader look at what is needed to
support web site development and programming for the next
decade and beyond. HTML5 can effectively be broken down into
the following segments:
Core page structure
Visual presentation
Graphical tools
Rich media support
Enhancements to JavaScript
The structure of this book follows these five distinct categories for

Web 2.0 Applications and Solutions

The challenge with today’s Web is that it is not the same
place created in the 1990s. The W3C tried addressing the evolution
of the HTML standard with a new, updated standard called
XHTML 2.0. The contributing vendors did not warmly accept
the technology standard and a subsequent standard, HTML5,
developed by the Web Hypertext Application Technology
Working Group (WHATWG), is now in active development. The
result is XHTML 2.0 has died on the vine, and all of the major
technology companies, including Microsoft, are pledging to
support HTML5.
Overall, all web browsers have adopted the HTML4 standard.
Web site development can now be easily accomplished
using tools such as Adobe’s Dreamweaver and Microsoft’s
Expression Web. But, it has taken a decade to get here.
Arguably, Microsoft is the company that has been the weakest
in supporting Web HTML standards with their Internet
Explorer. It is only with the release of Internet Explorer 8 that
Microsoft was compliant with HTML4—a full 12 years after the
standard was published.
New web browsers (Apple’s Safari, Opera Web Browser,
Google’s Chrome, and Mozilla’s FireFox) and new Web-enabled
devices (Apple’s iPhone, Google’s Android, Palm’s Pre, and RIM’s
BlackBerry) are pushing what can be done on the Web. Each of
these competitive companies agrees on one thing: HTML5 is the
next standard, and they are already supporting it.

Blog or website?

I have heard people to say which one is more better to have a Blog or a website? Well in my sense both ways got its own potential.HOW ? Well Blog is about writing and stick to it for long time and showing people about your interest and making them come to you and subscribe with what you are doing.Blog have to be nicely organised have to have good and interesting posts and must have a consistency on the work.Blogging is fun make a topic on your mind and write about it rather then thinking about money.If you think about money before your Blog becomes old and have at least couple of hundreds subscribers you wont earn a dime.So first focus for Bloging should be driving traffic and getting subscribers when you will see you are getting the traffic you want or at least it showing to you that you are started to build a good traffic constantly for a while then you can go for thinking money not before that.Best way for Blogging is post frequently and stick to it. At least for a year.
Here are some tips to get traffic in Blog.

1. Target traffic first.
2.Work hard.
3.Find good and interesting topics to write your blog.
4.Do a research.
5. Target some keywords and write on them.
6.Do not copyright or do it less as less as possible.
7.Do not just write ad pictures and make it more presentable.
8.Try to get the experience of your visitors of your Blog.
9.Try to make good questions and post them where visitors will see and answer.
10.Build quality links.

Well these points you have to do first for Blogging or a website you build for at least first year and get the eye of traffic. when  you get enough visitors then think how to use them to earn money not before that and mos important thing is do not get upset be motivated to what you are doing.

Same things are referenced for website swell  but in a different sense why in different because for making a website you have to learn coding.Coding is Html,Java,Php,Css or algorithm if you want something more Or you can hire some one who knows about it.If you don't have at least basic sense about coding you wont be able to upgrade your website swell that's the only point which makes website and Blogging become different from on to another.
You can set up a blog in couple of minutes from Google Blogger or WordPress and start posting but for the website you need a hosting account and a domain name but Blogging can be done without any money but both takes same amount of time to establish.
Websites got some thing more to do like search a domain name which suits your website topic such as like for a Handy man website if you take name like techcrunch  it wont match with your website and it wont make a good impression on the search engine swell cause it will get confused.So know what you are doing and think and do a research on it see how others doing gather experience and then start it do not just get a domain and start.That is a mistake i have done at the beginning but learned from it.

A list of best blogs in the net and see how the doing and also see my other posts if you find it interesting.



Hackers are individuals  who likes to learn the core of programming.Hacking is a art of modifying programs and finding the loop holes of a program to make it more secure for the users.
We know hacking is related to the computer but it can be done any where in the cyber or in real world.Breaking a locked rooms lock is also hacking.Hacking is widely used to make a thing or a computer program more user friendly and more safe for the users.
The OS (Operating system) we know as windows in short terms also hacked several times by professional hackers to improve its vulnerability and to find new ways to improve its experience.

Hackers are prose,ultimate skilled people,who are the experts of all fields of computing and technology.Their are certain skills a hacker have those are

.they have high knowledge of programming,reverse engineering of a program,hardware,networking,and a lot more.

.Hackers are artistic individuals who does it for money,adventure and in professional sector retwiking things.

.They are able to think with defense and also bear a offense in mind.

Most OS who are related to web designing knows that for doing so we need knowledge in HTML,java,c++,Perl,Vb,c#,net, SQL, MYSQL,Oracle and many more.But hackers learn this Languages to become experts who knows ins and outs of this languages.
Some times hackers sometimes categorized by their attitude as well as their skill level too.A professional hacker is the person who hack things ethically.They get agreement signed by the owner of a organization or a individual to hack.This kind of hackers are used for making things right and more strong.
They hack a security program to make it more competitive and to provide more safety to the users.
Hackers are widely chosen in a IT company for a highly paid job so we must not think hackers are all ways the bad individuals.

Well,On the other hand malicious hackers are also highly skilled like the professional hackers but they use their skills to hack into a program to gather sensitive information and to target money.And also to penetrate people.
This kind of hacking often known as black hat hackers and on the other hand professionals are know as white hat hackers.

Their is another hacker swell rather then white hat and black hat they are called grey hat hackers they hack in to a computer by the help of web and notify the user that their computer is hacked and offer them repair in order to earn some money.The difference between white hat and black hat and the grey hat is white hats are professionals works for a organization,
black hats are uses their skills to penetrate people and grey hats uses their skills for earning money without any shadow of a arrogation but they do not annoy anyone while doing so.

Famous hacker groups.

No one of use are not so far of a Name called anonymous.It is widely used in the web,news headlines,or word of mouth.They have hacked so many tough securities so far and scooped millions.Anonymous is a concept that spreads via internet originated in 2003.It represents the concept of many online community users simultaneously existing as a society without a publicly enforced government or violently enforced political authority,digitized global brain.

Mobile app task

A mobile app typically performs a single task, or multiple tasks within a
defined set. Apps can display others’ ads alongside more functional content,
thus enabling a merchant to realize additional revenue within the
app. Merchants can also use more convenient, consumer-friendly “in-app”
promotions or sales.
Typically, merchants promote their apps from their mobile website
because it convinces the customer to put that icon on the home screen
of his mobile device. For example, eBay creates apps tailored to attract and
retain new customers who otherwise wouldn’t visit the website. The
presence of the brand there is a huge win for the merchant, since it’s a
constant visual reminder of the services the merchant offers.
You should also promote the mobile website that supports
the app. That way you can use the app to attract
consumers and convert them into repeat customers for
your mobile website.
Toward that end, make it easy and worthwhile for
app users to access your mobile website and get more
information and services or make a purchase. For that
matter, you can design an app especially for purchases
via a mobile device.

selling via Mobile Apps

In many consumers’ minds, mobile shopping is all about the apps. Finding
and downloading the latest popular apps and—better still for merchants
who offer them—sharing the apps with friends makes this e-shopping for
physical and digital goods highly appealing for buyers.
You can market your mobile website via a mobile app that suits any number
of mobile device manufacturers. The biggest market for mobile apps
today is Apple’s iPhone and iPad. Google Android and RIM BlackBerry
phones also offer scalable selling opportunities with apps.
Most apps are available via an app store, such as Apple’s App Store or the
Android Market. Consumers access such digital catalogs directly from a
mobile device. Of course, some providers, like Apple, Google Android and
BlackBerry RIM, allow their customers to locate apps online via a PC and
synchronize the content with a smartphone.
Apps are highly popular with mobile consumers because they are inexpensive
(and often free), easy, quick, and highly varied shopping tools.

Some downloaded apps, however, have a short shelf life of just a month
or so, while others may be quickly mothballed—or worse, never opened—
by A users.

Still, Nielsen Research reports that the average consumer today has 10
to 40 apps installed on his phone. While that total is expanding exponentially,
there’s still design time, consumer interest, and marketing
opportunity to launch your own mobile shopping app. That window
of opportunity, we must remind you, remains open only as long as you
maintain a compelling, updated, and relevant app.

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