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Tuesday, 24 February 2015

Blogger New Adult content policy on Blogger

Starting March 23, 2015, you won't be able to publicly share images and video that are sexually explicit or show graphic nudity on Blogger.

Note: We’ll still allow nudity if the content offers a substantial public benefit, for example in artistic, educational, documentary, or scientific contexts.

Changes you’ll see to your existing blogs


If your existing blog doesn’t have any sexually explicit or graphic nude images or video on it, you won’t notice any changes.

If your existing blog does have sexually explicit or graphic nude images or video, your blog will be made private after March 23, 2015. No content will be deleted, but private content can only be seen by the owner or admins of the blog and the people who the owner has shared the blog with.

Settings you can update for existing blogs


If your blog was created before March 23, 2015, and contains content that violates our new policy, you have a few options for changing your blog before the new policy starts:



  1. Remove sexually explicit or graphic nude images or video from your blog
  2. Mark your blog as private

If you’d rather take your blog down altogether, you can export your blog as a .xml file or archive your blog's text and images using Google Takeout.

Effect on new blogs

For any blogs created after March 23, 2015, we may remove the blog or take other action if it includes content that is sexually explicit or shows graphic nudity as explained in our content policy.




Thursday, 19 February 2015

What is Google Apps

This Post Content is Google Help . This is  Not Copyright .

Google Apps is a suite of Google applications that brings together essential services to help your business. This is a hosted service that lets businesses, schools, and institutions use a variety of Google products -- including Email, Google Docs, Google Calendar, and Google Talk -- on a unique domain (e.g., www.yourdomain.com).

For instance, if you own the domain example.com and you sign up for Google Apps services, everyone at your organization will get:

  • A custom email address (user@example.com)
  • Tools for word processing
  • Spreadsheets and presentations
  • A shared calendaring system
  • Tools for creating web pages and sites for your business
  • Access to a flexible intranet system
  • And much, much more!
  • How is a Google Account different from a Google Apps account?

Although Google Apps and Google Accounts allow you to access several of the same Google products, they're different types of accounts. A Google Account is a unified sign-in system that provides access to a variety of free Google consumer products -- such as Gmail, Google Groups, Google Shopping List, Picasa, Search History and Blogger -- administered by Google. Google Apps provides access to products powered by Google but administered by your organization.

Not sure what kind of account you have?

If you’re able to edit your account recovery options, new window then you have a Google Account. If you sign in to your account to the account recovery options page new window and receive a message with details to contact your administrator, then you have a Google Apps account.

The Google Apps transition

We’ve recently transitioned Google Apps accounts to a new account infrastructure such that Google Apps accounts are able to access the majority of Google products, just like a Google Account.

Google Accounts are subject to the terms and conditions set by Google as agreed to when you created your account. However, if you have a Google Apps account, the services you use on your account are also subject to the terms and conditions of your organization. Furthermore, access to services powered by Google are in the control of your administrator, so you may have limited functionality when using a Google Apps account when compared to a Google Account.

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Wednesday, 18 February 2015

Create Ecommerce Website And Get Payment On PayPal

This article will walk you through the options for creating a basic Buy Now button for selling an item on your website.
Step-by-Step Instructions
  1. On the button creation page, select the “Buy Now” button option to start creating your button.

  2. In the “Item name” box, enter the name of the item you want to sell, such as “Event T-shirt.”

  3. Optional – The “Item ID” is not needed, but can be helpful for tracking items and inventory with other systems.

  4. In the “Price” box, enter the cost of your item. You can enter the price in most formats, such as “10.00” or “10”. The currency symbol will automatically be displayed, so you don’t need to include it.

    If you want customers to enter their own price, such as for a custom invoice or service, simply leave the “Price” box blank.

    If you need to offer different prices for different options, such as a larger size for $2.00 more, leave the “Price” box blank – pricing for options will be handled in the “Customize button” section below.

  5. Choose your currency. By default it is set to USD.

  6. Optional – Customize your button. Skip to step 11 if you do not need to add item options or text fields, or change your button’s appearance.

    There are several ways you can customize your button:

    • Add drop-down menu with price/option” – This allows you to set a different price for each option (e.g. a large version costs more than a small version). See Step 7 for instructions.
    • “Add drop-down menu” – Allows your customers to choose an option when the price is the same (e.g. a large costs the same as a small). See Step 8 for instructions.
    • “Add text field” – this allows your customer to enter personalized text (e.g. for a monogram or engraving). See Step 9 for instructions.
    • “Customize text or appearance” – this allows you to use your own button image, change the words on the button from “Buy Now” to “Pay Now”, make the button larger or smaller, or remove the strip of credit card logos from below the button. See Step 10 for instructions.

    You can use any or all of these customization options in combination with each other – adding a drop-down with price options will not prevent you from adding a second drop-down menu with no prices.

  7. “Add drop down menu with price/option”. If your item has a different price for each option (depending on size, style, etc.) check this box to set up your prices for each option.

    Enter the name of your drop-down menu – it should be a description of the kind of options available, such as “Size”, “Color”, “Style”.

    Enter your options and the prices for each one.

    There are three options available by default – if you need more, click “Add another option,” up to a maximum of 10. If you need to remove one, click “Remove option” to remove the bottom option from the list.

    When you have finished adding your options click “Done” to apply these settings to your button. The example button on the right side will update to show you how your button will look to your customers.

  8. “Add drop down menu”. If your customers can choose some options for your item, but the price remains the same, check the box to use the “Add drop-down menu” function.

    Enter the name of your drop-down menu – it should be a description of the kind of options available, such as “Size”, “Color”, “Style”.

    Enter each of your options in the “option name” boxes.

    There are three options available by default – if you need more, click “Add another option,” up to a maximum of 10. If you need to remove an option, leave it blank – it will be removed when you click the "Done" button.

    When you have finished adding your options click “Done” to apply these settings to your button. The example button on the right side will update to show you how your button will look to your customers.

  9. “Add text field”. If you want to allow your customers to include some customized text on their item, such as an engraving or monogram, check the box next to “Add text field”.

    The name of the field can only be 30 characters long, so you will want to use something simple but descriptive such as “Your Initials”, “Please engrave” or “Custom text”.

    When you are finished, click “Done”. The example button on the right side will update to show you how your button will look to your customers.

  10. Customize text or appearance”. Click this option to change the appearance of your PayPal button.

    If you want to use the classic PayPal button, there are options to make it smaller and remove the credit card logos from underneath it. You can also change the text to say “Pay Now” instead of “Buy Now”, or use a different language altogether.

    You can also use your own button image, but it must already be hosted on a webpage URL.

  11. If you are able to use flat-rate shipping for your item, and don’t need to charge extra for shipping if a customer orders more than one, you can enter your shipping fee in the “Use specific amount” box. Make sure to enter the fee amount without the currency symbol (e.g., $, £, €, etc.), no thousands separator (e.g. 1000 instead of 1,000), and use the period (".") as the decimal separator.

    If you need to charge an incremental shipping fee if a customer orders more than one of an item, see our “Incremental Shipping Rate” guide.

    If you need to charge variable amounts based on order amount (monetary value), order weight, item quantity, or shipping distance, you will need to set up your shipping rates in your Profile using PayPal’s Shipping Calculator. Click here to see our guide: “Using the PayPal Shipping Calculator.”

    If you are using the Shipping Calculator, leave the shipping field blank.

  12. Enter the percentage to be used for your tax rate. If you need to have a different tax rate for each state, leave this field blank and use PayPal’s Tax Calculator to help set up your tax rates.

  13. Payments are sent to the PayPal account that you used to create your button and are only identifiable an email address or, by default, a secured merchant account ID – this helps to keep your account’s email address safe and secure. It is recommended that you keep the default “Use my secure merchant account ID” option so that your email is not exposed within the button code.

  14. Click “Create Button” to save your button and generate the code you need to add it to your website.

  15. You will need to copy the code in order to place it on your website. Click “Select Code” underneath the box containing the HTML. This will highlight all of the HTML for you.

    There are slightly different instructions for adding a button to an email or Facebook .

  16. Right click on the highlighted code and select “Copy” (or press Ctrl+C for Windows, or Cmd+C for Apple systems).

  17. Above the HTML box are general instructions for placing the code on a website. If you need instructions specific to your website or additional help with putting the code on your site, contact your website provider (e.g. Wordpress, GoDaddy, Joomla, Yahoo, etc). They will be the most familiar with your platform and how to get your button working properly on your website.