Archive for the ‘Computers and Electronics’ Category

postheadericon How to Create a Favicon.ico

How to Create a Favicon.ico

When you visit a website like Google, Yahoo or wikiHow, you might notice that there is a small icon to the left of the address bar. This is known as a favicon, and you can create your own for a web site. As well as giving your site a more professional feel, the icon will appear in the user’s bookmarks next to any pages on your site they put in their favorites. This can help them find your site easier. 1 Create an image that’s 16×16 pixels in size. It…

postheadericon How to Create a Family in Sims

How to Create a Family in Sims

If you want a game where there are no goals, where you can experiment to your heart’s content, and where the possibilities are endless, The Sims is for you. You can do anything in The Sims – decorate homes, throw parties, go on vacation, and create families. This article tells how to create a family in The Sims. 1 Start The Sims by choosing a screen resolution that your monitor is capable of. 2 Wait for the game to load and decide what sort of family you would like. Will…

postheadericon How to Create a Fantasy Internet on Paper

How to Create a Fantasy Internet on Paper

Seven Methods:Made Up Virtual WorldsMade Up Video WebsitesMade Up Game WebsitesPlatformCharacter and EnemyRestaurantTycoonsCommunity Q&A Have you ever wanted to get on the computer but someone else was on, the power was out, you’re grounded in your room, etc? Just grab some paper and let the fun begin! 1 Get a lot paper and a pencil. Pens won’t work, even if you never make mistakes. 2 Separate the paper into categories like search, virtual worlds, video websites, game websites, etc. 3 Get a piece of paper from the search pile and…

postheadericon How to Create a Cover for Your Story with PicMonkey

How to Create a Cover for Your Story with PicMonkey

One Methods:Editing Your CoverCommunity Q&A Want to make the perfect cover for your story but don’t know how? Look no further! 1 Go to picmonkey.com 2 Click on “edit”. 3 Decide which picture you want to edit. Or, you can just try it out using “play with one of these”. Editing Your Cover 1 Crop the photo to the size you want. 2 Add all the additions you want. 3 Add the text! Remember, that’s the difference between a nice picture and a nice cover. 4 Add the final sprinkles,…

postheadericon How to Create a Custom Computer Cursor

How to Create a Custom Computer Cursor

Making a custom cursor is a fun project. Follow these instructions and you will know how to complete this task. This article has been tagged as a stub. That means it’s off to a good start, but still has room to grow into a more helpful resource. Until the article reaches its full potential, it will be hidden from search results. Can you help it flourish? If you think the article offers complete and accurate instructions, feel free to remove this tag. Steps 1 Choose the picture you want to…

postheadericon How to Create a Content Campaign on Wildfire

How to Create a Content Campaign on Wildfire

Wildfire is a web application that allows you to create branded interactive promotions and campaigns including contests, give-aways, surveys, and sweepstakes. After creating your promotion, the app allows you to publish it to several social networks and third party services including Facebook, Myspace, Bebo, your website, and more. This article will walk you through the process of creating a content campaign on Wildfire. 1 Sign into Wildfire by entering the email and password associated with your account and click the “Submit” button. If you don’t already have an account, learn…

postheadericon How to Create a DailyMe Customized News Digest

How to Create a DailyMe Customized News Digest

DailyMe.com is a free personalized news provider that puts you in the Editor’s seat. So what does that mean to you? It’s a platform that lets you create your own DailyMe Digest from your favorite sections or columns of your favorite newspapers, blogs, news sites, and more. You choose & control: The Content The Sources it comes from (from among thousands of real time feeds from across the world & the web) The Delivery Method & Schedule So you’ll get exactly the news you want, where, how, and when you…

postheadericon How to Create a Custom Business Card Using Photoshop

How to Create a Custom Business Card Using Photoshop

Tired of being stuck with run-of-the-mill business card templates? This article shows you how to use simple Photoshop tricks to create your own custom business card that is creative, catchy and ready to print! 1 Create a template with the right specifications. Open a new image in Photoshop and set the width and height to 3.75 and 2.25 inches respectively. Set the resolution to 200 pixels/inch or more. The final size of your card will be 3.5 x 2 inches but it is customary to include a 1/8th inch ‘bleed…

postheadericon How to Create a Death Penalty in Sport Video Games

How to Create a Death Penalty in Sport Video Games

Ever wanted to take down College Football Universities like USC or Michigan and turn them to nobodies in the sports world? Then take them over and try to restore them? How about the NBA’s Detroit Pistons, the MLB’s Red Sox or Yankees (or both!), the NFL’s Patriots, Chargers or Colts? What about Duke in college basketball? Well, here is how. 1 First of all, start a franchise/dynasty etc with that team. If you are playing a professional sports game, you can trade or cut the players off the roster. Pick…

postheadericon How to Create a Custom Windows Command Prompt

How to Create a Custom Windows Command Prompt

Two Methods:Changing the prompt dynamicallyChanging the prompt permanentlyCommunity Q&A The windows command prompt (command.exe) is a useful tool to perform various administrative tasks. The prompt is a string of characters (special and non special) that are displayed whenever the command prompt is waiting for input. Making the prompt less boring or more useful can make a lot of difference when working with the command prompt. It can be changed dynamically using the ‘prompt’ command, or permanently by creating a %prompt% user variable. Method 1 Changing the prompt dynamically 1 Press windows…