How does the Chrome Frame Installer for IE work?
The installer is somewhat different from the runtimeponent but I'll ex how the install flow works which should let us talk about both. Lets assume you visit a site that's hosting a Chrome Frame prompt e.g. my blog Upon consenting to the install the installer is downloaded and if possible the install process is accelerated by an Open Sourceponent called Omaha Once the installer download starts the page begins running an occasional check to see if the install has finished. It detects this by looking to see if it can create an instance of the ActiveX control that Chrome Frame provides. Upon startup this control looks to see if the browser-resident portion of Chrome Frame (the bit that usually loads when the browser starts) has been loaded. If not the ActiveX control loads it. Once detected we know that the installation is finished and the page is reloaded (or the user sent to whatever URL the developer wanted). It's this next page load that involves the normal Chrome Frame detection mechanism. The in-browserponent that we previously bootstrapped otherwise known as a Browser Helper looks at the headers and first bytes of the web page being loaded. If it detects that the developer has sent the flag to ask the page to render via Chrome Frame (learn about that here #TOC-Making-Your-Pages-Work-With-Google- ) a full-page rendering surface is created much the way a PDF viewer or Office Docment viewer can be invoked by IE to render some documents; unlike those viewers Chrome Frame renders -old HTML using the Chrome renderer instead of IE's built-in engine. That's all there is to it! When you navigate to another page the exact same process happens all over again allowing each page to decide for itself if it wants to be rendered in Chrome Frame meaning that old content is never broken.
What does your desktop screen look like?
My desktop just like most of the other desktops in the answer here has been customised with Rainmeter. I have been using my PC with my desktop looking like this since December 216 with a few editing now and then. I will include theponents used to make this skin in the later part of the answer. But first the screen shots. I have given a line or two as explanation for each picture telling as to how they function. Please do read that. This is the screen Im greeted with whenever I log to my PC. I have a hoard of startup applications so this takes some time to load Hence I almost never Switch Off my PC I always Hibernate it. The outermost circle having those icons is called the Steam Wheel from there I can access most of my applications and folders directly. The thinner inner arcs inside the Steam Wheel shows my PC stats like CPU Usage CPU temperature GPU temperature RAM usage and Hard Drive usage. The temperature function needs an additional software called Speedfan from which the Rainmeter derives its values. The full grey wheel inside the PC stats is a music duration bar which is ed with iTunes and so is the song info and Music control icons inside it. The name duration album and artist details are available inside the music duration circle. The circular arcs between the music circle and the clock is purely aesthetic nature and spin around in circles. (Observe the positions of the arcs in each of the following pictures). Also the iTunes Mini-Player has been placed at the bottom of the screen. The top right has a To-Do list. And the bottom-right has a Corner Calendar. The wallpaper is a hexagonal theme gray wallpaper. (I am a huge fan of anything hexagonal). The font for all has been set to Denmark Medium. Also notice the lack of a taskbar. More on that in the uing pictures. The version of Steam wheel that I used had lot of other tabs and such which I disliked so I simply deleted from the code and made it simpler. Around the Steam wheel is a music visualiser which gives visualisation effects for any sound from the PC. Also notice how the music duration circle reduces in the course of music playback. The task bar on my PC is not located down but rather on the left hand side. The taskbar has been set to a Hide setting and appears only when I move my mouse to the edge of the left hand side. Also notice a small black semicircle at the middle of the right hand screen edge. More on that in the next picture. (NOTE The semicircle isn there in the first 2 pictures as I had just switched on PC from Shut down instead of Hibernate as there were a few updates to install. Hence I forgot about enabling that before taking screen shots.) Upon hovering above the semi-circle it expands to give an array of gaming-related options including Live stream screen capture record and more. The application is not a Rainmeter related one and is known as Overwolf. Using a 3rd party application called ClassicShell. Which again is not related to rainmeter. I was able change the colour and increase the transparency of the taskbar which is now a blur semi-see through. Back to the desktop screen if I hover anywhere on the right-edge of the screen other than the Overwolf circle I am greeted with a list of games which I own which I can click to launch the game. (Very handy if your mom sets a limit of 1hr to play games and you don want to waste a single second of it!). Not only that hovering on the game titles before clicking will reveal a fullscreen s I have set for each of the games can be viewed below in the pictureposite of all the 17 games. Please open the s 5587 7781 master_ s zoomable posite from the screen shots of the 17 games listed in my GameView. Please download or open it in a new tab to have a closer look. Although a bit away from desktop. This is a part of my PC setup. This is the Chrome browser with an extension called FVD Speed Dial which allows you to have quick tabs and widgets like this along with a FVD Speed Dialpatable wallpaper. Also notice how in every screenshot the iTunes mini-Player is visible this is because of a setting in iTunes which enables it to remain on top of everything always. One last way I have edited my PC - I have changed the like Hello! italic Preparing Security options italic Shutting down italic Preparing to Hibernate italic And things as such which appear when you login press Ctrl+Alt+Del Click Shutdown or Hibernate into things like Preparing initial boot italic System is ready! Jump right in! italic Just a sec Gathering Security options italic Goodbye! Im Gonna miss you ( italic And things like that horizontal-rule A few others have mentioned the need to clean up their desktop and stuff. But thanks to the nature of my theme I never save anything on desktop and save valuable hours sitting and going through all those temporarily required files that you needed in the long gone by era. Instead I save the temporarily required files in a folder in my drive which just like Recycle bin I clear every once in awhile. So I have all files that need to be deleted in one place and all other files sorted put into their respective folders neatly. And all I need to do is a Ctrl+A and Del. No sorting no fuss. But since my older PC was managed fully by my Dad I have my Home 1 and Home 2 Drives still very messy. Some photo folders are present in multiple places and occupy loads of space. There are so many unwanted files also. Im in the process of clearing them this summer and hope to save up to 531% of my Hard drive space which is around 233GB of space. Note I have edited almost all of the rainmeter skins to change the font and get the greyscale colourbination. So the actual skin s I will be putting will be a little different from the mine. And if I have to upload these as my skins I am required to take permission from the ones I borrowed the skins from. So I am sorry I can not give my skins here. But rainmeter isn hard and one should be able to use it easily. It uses INI and Lua for creating the theme whose difficulty level is almost at par with HTML. horizontal-rule Now the s to theponents Rainmeter The base application for all this customisation. Rainmeter desktop customization tool s The Circular theme containing Steam wheel Circular The Visualiser VisBubble VisBubble Round Visualizer for Rainmeter The Note at the top right corner SmartNote 1. SmartNote 1. The Corner Calendar 2.3 Corner Calendar 2.3 The Gameview 3 Gameview 3 Overwolf Overwolf ClassicShell ClassicShell Start menu and other Windows enhancements SpeedFan SpeedFan Access temperature sensor in yourputer To change the colour just refer to this HTML Color Chart - Decimal - by VisiBone Using that you can change the colour of the font by editing the colour values. Also Overwolf ClassicShell and SpeedFan do not require Rainmeter so anyone who is interested in those but not rainmeter can still use them. horizontal-rule Edit 1 (3-Apr-217) I found Rashmi Ranjan Bisoi answer answer aid 4173777 to this same question very appealing to me and hence have added the Seda theme for the Windows Explorer. This theme is independent of Rainmeter. Rest of my theme is still the same with the addition of a new look for my windows explorer Link Please refer to Rashmi Ranjan Bisoi's answer to What does your desktop screen look like? answer aid 4173777 for the Seda theme s. Thanks to Rashmi Ranjan Bisoi user 53919622 for the answer. horizontal-rule Edit 2 (1-May-217) I didn quite like the green icon pack so I switched it with a similar grey one called Fetch iPack by neiio. Also I have used another software of neiio called Blank It which removed the refresh and drop down menu in the address bar as I have never used them. This theme is independent of Rainmeter. Links Fetch iPack by neiio Fetch iPack Blank It by neiio Blank It horizontal-rule Edit 3 (27-Jul-217) Thanks to Tamoghna Chowdhury user 63952355 for valuable edits and factual corrections. horizontal-rule Edit 4 (15-Jan-218) Corrected non-working for Circular theme
What is the best way to put an address in a website?
I would say that if your website follows MVC structure you can do something like In the above example I want to say that you may call contact controller and pharma method using similar techniques and again calling some parameter in the method as to show a specific pharmapany and yeah to make it more specific you can do something similar to rest are as it is and I think this is the best way to use in your website. For any assistance please drop me a mail to hello@ mailtohello@ pisdak79@ mailtopisdak79@ I would be glad to help you.