XPath provides you with a syntax that clearly addresses the elements of an XML document. As a path description language, XPath is the basis for query languages such as XQuery or the transformation of XML documents via XSLT. We’ll introduce to you the XPath data model and use examples to illustrate XPath syntax.XPath Tutorial for Beginners
Timeless content known as evergreen content can attract new visitors to your website while remaining relevant for years to come. Even more so than short-lived content such as up-to-the-minute news, evergreen content requires good editorial quality and research, along with the right keywords for search engines. This way, you’ll reach internet users with general questions about your topic,...Evergreen content – timeless content for websites
The svchost.exe process is typically displayed multiple times when you open Windows Task Manager. That's because it’s a system program that’s needed for running other applications. However, if svchost.exe creates problems, for example, by using too many system resources, it’s good to know how to determine the possible causes.svchost.exe: the service host in Windows operating system tests
What do the first registered domains from 1985 have in common? They all end with generic top-level domains (gTLDs). Unlike TLDs, which are country-specific, gTLDs focus on international web addresses. There were originally less than 10 different gTLDs, but this number has risen to several hundred thanks to new generic top-level domains.gTLDs: what you should know about generic top-level domains
A tidy mailbox is the basis of professional e-mail communication. With Outlook “Rules and Alerts” you keep track and ensure that important requests are processed promptly. We will explain how to set up the appropriate automatic rules using illustrated step-by-step instructions.Create Outlook rule: a step-by-step guide
We regularly encounter the file extension .exe when using our computers. Normally we always use these types of files if we would like to launch a program. But what are .exe files and how are they used? We show you how you can securely open .exe files on Windows and Mac operating systems.What is .exe?
The standard format for Microsoft Word documents has been .docx since 2007. But what exactly does the file extension refer to and how does it differ from the previous .doc format? Learn about the special characteristics of this file type and which programs can save and store .docx files apart from Microsoft Word.DOCX: what the file extension means
The NTLM protocol was a practical solution for Windows devices for a long time: A user just had to sign in once and then gain direct access to various network services. However, this authentication method is now considered unsafe and is no longer in use. How does NTLM work, and why do users now prefer to use Kerberos?NTLM: How does this protocol work?
Anyone who wants to launch a website on the internet will sooner or later come across the topic of hosting. But many users are unsure how web hosting works and what forms of hosting are available. However, everyone who runs a website should at least have a rough idea of what website hosting entails.What is web hosting?
The question “What is NTFS?” is primarily relevant for users of the Microsoft operating system Windows. That’s because NTFS (short for New Technology File System) has been the file system standard for all devices that work with the popular Microsoft systems since 2001. This article explains basic information about the technical parameters and versions, and the pros and cons of the file system.NTFS: what is NTFS and what are its advantages and disadvantages?