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How to see Blocked Content on Websites

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How to see Blocked Content on Websites. From time to time, we all come across member-only websites. Some popular examples might be Quora , Financial Times, etc. They offer some content for free, but if you browse more you get a popup asking you to create a free account or pay to read more content … And of course there is no way to close this popup. (see screenshot below) Now there are no problems with refunds to the publisher by paying or creating an account. But let’s say I need quick information and I don’t plan to revisit the site in the future, then there is no point in becoming a professional member. Right! So, here are some quick workarounds for browsing content without registering. On the subject: How to access blocked sites See blocked content on websites 1. Remove the popup with Inspect Elements. This works great for most websites that enforce registration and hide content. For example, take Quora- a popular Q&A site that only offers content to its members. If you

Apply Padding to Adsense Ads with this CSS Code

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Apply Padding to Adsense Ads with this CSS Code. Google Adsense is a popular ad network for many small publishers like us. It works by pasting a little JavaScript code from your Adsense dashboard into the part of the website where you want to display ads. When people click on these ads, you make money. Now, if you’ve been an Adsense publisher for a long time, you may already be showing an ad unit between posts. And plugins like Quick AdSense make it easy to insert ads at the beginning, end, middle, or anywhere in your blog post. But sometimes, when we show ads in the middle of a message, it can seem misleading to the viewer. For example, visitors can view an ad as an image and click on it. While we’re not sure if this click is considered a scam, it will clearly degrade the user experience. One way to get rid of this confusion is to add extra padding to make your declarations more legible. See screenshot below. Apply Adsense coping To apply padding, just add some CSS to the sty

TechWiser Explains: Why WiFi Signals Are Not Dangerous to Health

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TechWiser Explains: Why WiFi Signals Are Not Dangerous to Health. Five girls from Hjallerup Skole, an elementary school in Denmark, conducted an experiment to find out the effect of Wi-Fi on people. In the test, they placed 6 trays of watercress seeds next to two Wi-Fi routers, and the remaining 6 trays in a room with no Wi-Fi. Over the next few weeks, both halves of the seeds received the same treatment, that is, the same water and the same amount of sunlight. But after twelve days, the results were shocking. The seeds near the routers “turned brown and died”, nothing happens to the other half. [A source] This experiment caused a stir in the technology world. So isn’t it true that Wi-Fi signals are harmful? Or could it be another urban legend? The simple answer is no. Many scientific studies have confirmed that “Wi-Fi is completely safe.” I recently posted a video on the same topic on my YouTube channel. The video provides 3 scientific arguments for Wi-Fi signal security. 1. W

Easily Find WiFi Password of Connected Network (Video)

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Easily Find WiFi Password of Connected Network (Video). Here’s how to find out the Wi-Fi password on your computer or smartphone. Make no mistake, we are talking about finding the Wi-Fi password of connected network . And don’t hack your neighbor’s Wi-Fi. So let’s get started (or watch the video tutorial below) youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OFCgJlw-cws?rel=0 1. Find the WiFi password on Windows 7/8/10 Did you know that Windows stores all the Wi-Fi passwords you’ve ever connected to? Not just the current Wi-Fi network. And you can find it quickly by running a simple command in cmd or by going to network settings. Method 1 – Use cmd The fastest way to find WiFi password on Windows is to use the command line. This even works for Wi-Fi networks that you’ve connected to before. However, you will need to remember their SSID (WiFi name) where appropriate in order to recover their password. So here’s how to do it. Just open cmd and enter the following command. netsh wlan

How to update your Fire TV device 2024

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How to update your Fire TV device 2024.Amazon is releasing software updates to introduce new features and fix bugs on Fire TV devices . Updating your Fire TV device can improve its performance and fix other problems.This tutorial will show you how to update your Amazon Fire TV devices to the latest software. You’ll also learn how to update your Fire TV Remote. Note: The steps in this guide apply to all models and generations of Amazon Fire TV devices . How to update Fire TV Your Amazon Fire TV device automatically downloads software updates when connected to the Internet. The streaming device automatically installs downloaded updates when it is idle or not in use.You can manually download and install software updates from the Fire TV settings menu. Connect your Fire TV to a Wi-Fi or Ethernet network and follow these steps to update its software. Select the gear icon in the top right corner of the Fire TV home screen. Select My Fire TV on the settings page. Next, select

Easily Find WiFi Password of Connected Network (Video)

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Easily Find WiFi Password of Connected Network (Video). Here’s how to find out the Wi-Fi password on your computer or smartphone. Make no mistake, we are talking about finding the Wi-Fi password of connected network . And don’t hack your neighbor’s Wi-Fi. So let’s get started (or watch the video tutorial below) youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OFCgJlw-cws?rel=0 1. Find the WiFi password on Windows 7/8/10 Did you know that Windows stores all the Wi-Fi passwords you’ve ever connected to? Not just the current Wi-Fi network. And you can find it quickly by running a simple command in cmd or by going to network settings. Method 1 – Use cmd The fastest way to find WiFi password on Windows is to use the command line. This even works for Wi-Fi networks that you’ve connected to before. However, you will need to remember their SSID (WiFi name) where appropriate in order to recover their password. So here’s how to do it. Just open cmd and enter the following command. netsh wlan