Google/ Google, which is one of the biggest search engines out there, has a system for ranking pages that is illustrated in a Page Rank bar on the Google toolbar (which is a free addition to your web browser and can be downloaded here).
Instead of starting with "http," a secure site's URL will start with "https." Depending on your web browser, an icon that looks like a locked padlock may also appear to show that you're on a secure website.
SeaMonkey. Made by the same people who provides Internet users with Firefox, SeaMonkey gives you the editor as well as a browser, an email program and an FTP client so you can easily upload your web pages all within the same program.
Many of the links go to French-language sites, so if you don't speak French or read it or the site doesn't give you an option to switch to English, then make sure you have any translating options turned on through your web browser.
Loosely speaking, the HTML codes you use on the web fall into two categories: the ones you use to tell the browser what kind of page you're creating, and the ones you use to tell the browser how to lay out the content on the page.
Other key highlights included its sliding form factor (which revealed a numeric keypad), built-in stereo speakers, both front (QVGA) and rear (5MP) facing cameras, N-gage gaming, a full HTML web browser, and stereo Bluetooth 2.0.
To get your podcast to their server you can upload files directly for combining (there are no editing tools), use your computer's microphone and the proprietary web browser recorder, or use their telephone service to call in your podcast.
The words in between the tags will show up as a link in the web browser (usually a different color, boldface, or underlined) and clicking on it will bring your reader instantly to wherever the anchor tag with the name "TOC" is located.
Your house will not be "smart" insofar as it will not seem alive to you any more than your garage door opener or your web browser does.