Creating a fake web page?
Question: I want to make a fake web page to put fake documents on for my business assignment as it is a requirement to use hyperlinks. Is this easy or hard? If it's difficult, where else can i put my documents on the internet so i can use a hyperlink in my powerpoint to access them?
Best Answers: Creating a fake web page?
I suggest using a free and simple website creator. Like Freewebs. Or just use any pogram such as powerpoint or even word.....actually i just had a thought...just use microsoft FrontPage....although not all microspft office sets come with it. Any program that sues hyperlinks will do! Frontapage is fairly easy but it has a bit of complicated stuff...there should be guides soemwhere on the net! goodluck....have fun! Email me if you want.
There are two general indications of a secured web page: 1) Check the web page URL Normally, when browsing the web, the URLs (web page addresses) begin with the letters "http". However, over a secure connection the address displayed should begin with "https" - note the "s" at the end. Try it! - Visit our home page (http://www.ssl.com). Note the URL begins with the "http" meaning this page is not secure. Click the link in the upper-right hand corner to "Log in". Notice the change in the URL? It now begins with "https", meaning the user name and password typed in will be encrypted before sent to our server. 2) Check for the "Lock" icon There is a de facto standard among web browsers to display a "lock" icon somewhere in the window of the browser (NOT in the web page display area!) For example, Microsoft Internet Explorer displays the lock icon in the lower-right of the browser window: As another example, Mozilla's FireFox Web Browser displays the lock icon in the lower-left corner: THE LOCK ICON IS NOT JUST A PICTURE! Click (or double-click) on it to see details of the site's security. This is important to know because some fraudulent web sites are built with a bar at the bottom of the web page to imitate the lock icon of your browser! Therefore it is necessary to test the functionality built into this lock icon. Furthermore, it is very important to KNOW YOUR BROWSER! Check your browser's help file or contact the makers of your browser software if you are unsure how to use this functionality. Try it! - Visit our home page (http://www.ssl.com). Click the link to "Log in" to initiate a secure session. Note the lock icon display in YOUR browser. Click the icon, or double-click (varies by browser), and examine the security information displayed about the web site. If there is no display at the bottom of your browser try clicking "View" in the main menu and make sure "Status Bar" is checked. Other Indicators of a Secured Web Page Many SSL Certificate vendors (Verisign, GeoTrust, SSL.com, etc.) also provide a "site seal" to the owners of these web sites. Common characteristics of these site seals include: High Visibility - Online merchants want you to see these site seals. They want you to know they have made every effort to make their site a safe shopping experience. Therefore, the site seal is usually located where you, the customer, can easily see it. Difficult to Duplicate - The site seals are designed to be difficult for thieves and scammers to duplicate. Many times the site seal will have a date and time stamp on it. Verification Functionality - The site seal should have some functionality whether by clicking on the seal or by hovering your mouse over the seal. The functionality should display detailed information about the web site you are visiting. These site seals should not necessarily be trusted on their own, but should serve as a reminder to "investigate further"... 1) Check for that "https" in the prefix of the web page address. 2) Click on that "lock icon" in the status bar of your browser. If everything looks good, the company or individual(s) running that web site have provided you with a safe means of communicating your sensitive information. The web page is "secure". Browse Safely!
try to upload the web site that you will make and be sure to write in your web site's footer that it is only for assignment purposes... you can find a free web hosting site in the internet...
It's a simple script, the username is "Thomas", the password is "12345", if inputed properly it takes you to google. All these settings can be changed easily by modifing the code.
the same, bo. there are, however, characters that look very similar to the letters of the english alphabet. for example, in isrealie, there is an "o" that looks like the english "o" bust isnt the same, and therefor, can have its own webbsite. yes, the iranians can spread spyware like that. just go install avast anti virus and scan all downloaded files. lastly, google filers fakewebsutes. googling "skype" will get you to the reak skype website
click on the link under for a unfastened Emsisoft Anti-Malware application. That eradicated the Google redirect virus in my computing device. My Mozilla Seamonkey replace gave me the virus in the 1st place, and it stored updating an reinfecting me till I close it down. Mozilla insists that the countless anti-virus agencies that detect a redirect virus of their classes are fake positives, yet all of them persist.
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