Free computers and the internet Kindle books for 02 Dec 13

CentOS 6.2 Configuring vsftpd By Example (CentOS 6.2 By Example)

by Mike Dittmeier

This guide provides a step-by-step example of how to install and configure the vsftpd daemon as a secure FTP service running on Community Enterprise Linux (CentOS) version 6.2, as well as Red Hat Enterprise Linux, and Fedora Linux .



CentOS 6.2 Basic Installation By Example (CentOS 6.2 By Example)

by Mike Dittmeier

This guide provides a step-by-step example of how to install and configure a basic system running on Community Enterprise Linux (CentOS) version 6.2. This is an easy to follow guide, perfectly suited for users new to CentOS and Linux. Topics covered include best practices for partitioning, installing the Graphical Desktop, customizing programs during the installation, and updating system software.



CentOS 6.2 Configuring Squid By Example (CentOS 6.2 By Example)

by Mike Dittmeier

This guide provides a step-by-step example of how to install and configure a Squid server running on Community Enterprise Linux (CentOS) version 6.2, as well as Red Hat Enterprise Linux, and Fedora Linux .



CentOS 6.2 Configuring CUPS By Example (CentOS 6.2 By Example)

by Mike Dittmeier

This guide provides a step-by-step example of how to install and configure the CUPS daemon running on Community Enterprise Linux (CentOS) version 6.2, as well as Red Hat Enterprise Linux, and Fedora Linux .



CentOS 6.2 Configuring Fetchmail By Example (CentOS 6.2 By Example)

by Mike Dittmeier

This guide provides a step-by-step example of how to install and configure the fetchmail program running on Community Enterprise Linux (CentOS) version 6.2, as well as Red Hat Enterprise Linux, and Fedora Linux .



How To Master Your IPad 3 – In-Depth Guide To Jail Breaking Apps,Features And Exclusive Secrets

by Don Gall

Are You Ready to Master Your iPad 3 and UNLOCK It’s True
Potential?

You might be SHOCKED at what you are missing out on with your iPad 3! 

Let’s face it; you love your iPad 3. It’s amazing all the things you can do with a simple tablet computer,but you might be pleasantly surprised to find out that there’s even more you can do with your iPad 3. 

In the fascinating guide, How To Master Your iPad 3 – In-Depth Guide To Jail Breaking Apps,Features And Exclusive Secrets by Don Gall, you will learn how to master your iPad the
easy way! 

Plus discover all kinds of cool things you may not have ever
known! All the useful potential of your iPad 3 may not be being explored fully
by you!

In this jam-packed guide, Don will show you…

·What exactly makes the iPad 3 different from
previous iPad versions!

·What exactly is “Jailbreaking” for the iPad 3!

·Learn how and why to Jailbreak your iPad 3!

·Find out how to “hack” your iPad 3 to make it even
greater!

·Find out all the dangers of hacking or jailbreaking
your iPad3!

·Discover the various “themes” for your iPad 3!

·Unlock highly unique features hidden inside your
iPad 3!

·All the above plus more!

 How To Master Your iPad 3 – In-Depth Guide To Jail
Breaking Apps,Features And Exclusive Secrets
is the essential guide for any
iPad 3 owner who wants to get the full use out of their own iPad 3. 

 Are you ready to learn and master your own iPad 3 from the inside out,
including all the tips and tricks…the easy way?

 Be sure to purchase your own
copy of How To Master Your iPad 3 – In-Depth Guide To Jail Breaking
Apps,Features And Exclusive Secrets
right now!



Microsoft Windows 8 First Look: The New Interface, Enhancements & File Management Tips ((Basics & Beyond Quick Reference Guide Series)

by EC Technologies

This 8-page quick reference guide focuses on using Windows 8 for desktops, laptops, tablets and other mobile devices. If you are migrating to Windows 8 from previous versions or if you are new to Windows 8, this quick reference guide will provide you with clear step by step instructions based on exercises that you perform. There are eight pages of instructions presented in a clear and concise manner.

Wondering what happened to the Start button? Not sure what application tiles do? Not familiar with Windows on a touch-enabled device? This quick reference guide will help you understand the new Metro interface, launch applications, find the traditional desktop, manage your files and customize your computer settings.

In this guide, you will find the following topics:
– The new interface, the Start Screen, User Login and Windows 8 Charms
– Launching applications, Understanding Tiles and Re-discovering the Desktop
– Customizing the Start Screen, Docking Apps, Closing and Pinning Apps
– Using Bitlocker, Using the new File Explorer and Using Libraries
– Customizing Windows 8 Options
– Keyboard Shortcuts

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Format your Kindle book with HTML

by Sal Razzaq

FORMAT YOUR KINDLE BOOK WITH HTML is an easy-to-follow guide on how to publish a Kindle book. This guide contains detailed instructions on how to format your Kindle book using HTML. A ready-made HTML template for a complete Kindle book is also provided. You may customize and utilize the HTML template to jump-start the formatting of your very own book.

Kindle Desktop Publishing makes it possible for anyone to publish a book. However, when you self-publish a Kindle book, you are not only responsible for the quality of the book content, but also for a professional presentation of that content. Microsoft Word is commonly used by first time self-publishers to compose Kindle books. Unfortunately, the quality of formatting you can achieve for your Kindle book with Microsoft Word is inadequate. Misplaced line and page breaks, and poorly indented paragraphs, lists, and images are all too common in Kindle books formatted with Word. Fortunately, a Kindle book can be composed as an HTML document. All you need is a plain-old text editor and a Web browser. HTML turns out to be an excellent choice for formatting a Kindle book because of the following reasons.

– HTML provides a more reliable and predictable way to format and display your book consistently across all Kindle devices and applications. This alone is a good reason to choose HTML over Word as a tool of choice for formatting your next Kindle book.

– An HTML-formatted Kindle book has a smaller download size than the same book formatted with Word.

– There are countless free and commercial HTML authoring tools available.

– HTML is easy to learn and use for Kindle book formatting purposes. Contrary to popular belief, a mastery of HTML is not required. You only need to know a small subset of HTML tags to format your Kindle book.

FORMAT YOUR KINDLE BOOK WITH HTML covers the following topics.

I. HTML Basics: Even if you have never worked with HTML before, this book covers just enough HTML information necessary to effectively utilize HTML for Kindle book publishing purposes.

II. Create your first Kindle book: A step-by-step tutorial on the mechanics of composing, and formatting a minimal Kindle book with HTML is provided. The book explains how to create an active table of contents using HTML links. Productivity tools, troubleshooting ideas, and book submission steps are also discussed.

III. HTML template for a Kindle book: A ready-made HTML template for a complete Kindle book is included and explained. A book based on this template may contain several sections such as a Title Page, Copyright Notice, Dedication, Table of Contents, Preface, Chapters, Bibliography, Appendices, Notes, and Glossary. The template applies enhanced styling to the content of your book with less typing on your part.

IV. Tips and best practices: A detailed checklist of do’s and don’ts when it comes to formatting a Kindle book with HTML.

V. HTML Tags Reference: A handy HTML tags reference is provided to quickly lookup the formatting you wish to apply to your book content. Each formatting option is clearly explained with a working example.

After reading this book, you will be able to successfully format your Kindle book using HTML!



HTML For Beginners

by Michael Thomas

A beginners guide to HTML.



jQuery Gems

by Greg Sidelnikov

jQuery Gems delivers a number of concise and informative jQuery tips in a simple and easy to read format. Introduction contains explanations of basics JavaScript concepts such as events, closures, anonymous functions and the use of “this” variable in different contexts. After these basic principles are grasped the reader is invited to learn from “gems”: simple examples that solve one specific problem or educates the reader about a certain way of doing things using jQuery. The current edition of the book contains 46 gems and additional visual diagrams that help guiding the reader toward understanding how to use jQuery library.

This reference is great for beginners and web developers looking for direct, isolated examples of various jQuery techniques. Once fully understood, the knowledge gained from these individual examples will improve your overall effectiveness as a JavaScript and jQuery developer. This book is best used as a reference book or in a sense – a brief jQuery dictionary. Each page contains just one, specific tip.

This book has been formatted for Kindle from its first edition which was originally available in PDF format from the author’s website www.learnjquery.org. This Kindle edition is unique. It was edited again on November 24th, 2013 and new chapters were added.



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