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  1. bump ops read the wrong date. sorry
  2. We have unlimited mitigation, which basically means we distribute the load of ddos attacks over a large network
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  4. There are many ways of creating a server. If all you want is a tiny server that's just for friends, not going to be public, you can do it the following ways: 1. LAN; this means nobody outside of your home network will be able to connect, meaning they will have to be in your house to do this, you need to start the server on one computer, and set the ip of the client to the ip of the computer hosting the server, EX, You can find this by opening command prompt (CMD) and typing ipconfig. it will be beside "IPv4 address" Note, that if you are playing the server on the same computer that the server is being hosted on, you'll need to make the ip for that client This method does not require port forwarding. 2. Host it. If you want your friends to be able to connect from the comfort of their own home, (because, screw leaving your bedroom) you can host it online. This DOES require port forwarding. If you have a static ip or a dynamic ip that doesn't change often, you can skip a few steps.. Skip if you have static/non-changing dynamic ip (follow if you don't know) Register with http://no-ip.com create a new "Host" all you need to configure, is the name, and the subdomain (example.example.com) Remember this, because it will be the ip of your server. next, download no-ip's DUC client install & run log in to DUC Set the client's IP you are giving out to the correct ip, which, if you skipped the gray text above, will be the number that appears on http://whatismyip.com you can find the ip of your client, in Client.java most often. Now you need to portforward the correct port, log into your router and find port forwarding if it has two spots to put in ports (a start and an end port) make both the same number, Most rsps' use 43594 Now you're all ready, your server (if on) should now be online & once you give your friends the client, they can connect. You can find rsps clients and servers on http://rune-server.org or http://moparscape.org/ Once again, if your server is hosted on the same computer that you are playing on, the client's ip needs to be otherwise, you can theoretically DOS your own server due to packet collisions. Method 2 is exactly how one creates a public server, the only difference is who you give the client to. Pro tip, when you give out your client, don't include any .java files. just .class files. Well, that's all for now, if anyone needs any help, you know what to do, Ask someone else. Heh. kidding. feel free to ask for help
  5. Hello again! & welcome to the second part of my introduction to CSS, today we will be covering the basics of HTML & CSS, and how they work together, please excuse any terms i use incorrectly, as i am mostly self taught. If you haven't read my first guide, i recommend doing that before proceeding, you can find it HERE Alright, lets get started, first of all, here is the bare bones of an HTML page (note, this is not to WD3 standards!) <html> <head> </head> <body> </body> </html> that is the most basic html page you can have, it wont have anything on it, but that's alright. because we'll be putting stuff on it so, for now, create a new folder called Intro2 in your TUTORIAL folder from last lesson, then copy & paste the above code into a file called "index.html" then save it. make sure it opens with a web browser by default instead of any text editor, otherwise it will be a pain. ALRIGHT. now to actually start learning a thing or two. the proper way to start of an html page is by specifying the Doctype, like so: <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-transitional.dtd"> <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml"> replace your <html> with this now. next, we should give our page a title, so under <head> type <title>TUTORIAL</title> now if we load our page, it should display in the tab, the word "TUTORIAL" alright, now down to some css, lets make a basic navbar using Html5 & CSS Under <body> add the following: <nav> <a href="#">Link 1</a> <a href="#">Link 2</a> <a href="#">Link 3</a> <a href="#">Link 4</a> </nav> this will add the most basic horizontal navbar possible. but it's pretty bland.. so, lets use CSS to make it a little prettier! Create a new folder in our Intro2 folder and we'll call it "res" as in resources. we'll call our CSS "CSS1.css" Now remember to link your css with your html page... <link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="res/CSS1.css"> now open up your new css page and add the following: body{ margin-top:0px; margin-left:0px; margin-right:0px; } nav{ width:100%; background-color:#202020; font-size:25px; text-align:center; text-style:none; } nav a{ color:green; text-decoration: none; font-family:calibri; } nav a:hover{ color:darkgreen; } Now lets explain. as we learned last time, we can use css to re-style "Tags" the tag "nav" by default is pretty booring, as we saw, but now it's a fancy pants navbar with a dark background, green text & a hover that makes the text darker. nav a{ at this part, we specify that the tag "a" within "nav" is to be affected by the following style, nav a:hover{ I'm sure you can figure this out yourself body{ I felt like i should mention this, because you may be confused to why i have values of 0 in here. well.. for whatever reason, by default, webpages have a border around them, and to avoid that, this is necessary. (you can do padding:0px; but i prefer to do top, left, right, and bottom when it matters.) Now for some fun stuff.. under </nav> add the following: <center> <div class="sexybox"> <h1>This is a title!</h1> <hr></hr> <h2>This is a regular old text area, with a little bit of css, now lets just add some filler words to show what how text is actually handled with this particular text area hurp a durp hurp a durp hurp a durp hurp a durp hurp a durp hurp a durp hurp a durp hurp a durp hurp a durp hurp a durp hurp a durp hurp a durp hurp a durp hurp a durp hurp a durp hurp a durp hurp a durp hurp a durp hurp a durp hurp a durp hurp a durp hurp a durp hurp a durp hurp a durp hurp a durp hurp a durp hurp a durp hurp a durp </div> </center> Then add alll this to your CSS: .sexybox{ display: inline-block; margin-left:20px; word-wrap: break-word; word-break: normal; vertical-align:top; color:gray; background-color: #323232; height: auto; width: 500px; border: 1px solid gray; border-radius:5px; box-shadow: 0px 0px 10px #757575; font-family:calibri; } .sexybox h1{ text-align:center; margin-bottom:-10px; } .sexybox h2{ text-align:center; font-size:20px; } Now you have a sexy box on your page with a title & text. very snazzy, know what's even cooler? Copy everything from <div to </div> and paste it before </center> and see what happens. Not bad eh? Congratz. you just learned some fancy pants stuff about CSS & HTML Stay tuned for my next guide!
  6. This guide is directed at people who are interested in learning CSS & have NO experience with it, if you have experience, this is not for you. So, let's start off with the basics. What is CSS? CSS stands for Cascade Style Sheet. & that is exactly what it is, it's meant for styling a web page. But what does styling a webpage do? well, that's simple, it gives it a structure & makes it look attractive, and easy to use. Lets dive into some code now; body{ } This is what is known as a "Tag" In css, the main types of styling are done through Tags, Classes, & IDs Explanation: Tag: Tags are for editing existing HTML tags, (body, p, h1, h2, etc) Class: Classes are for creating elements that will be used multiple times within a page ID: IDs are for creating elements that will only be used once within a page so, back to our code, body{ } Between the { } is where we do our styling. So, for example, if you want the background of your entire page to be black, we would simply do this: body{ background:#000; } Now let's examine that background:#000; background is what i call the "function" #000 is the HEX value for Black, you can also simply do "background:black;" Every function needs a value and has to be closed with ; and every { needs a } otherwise it doesn't have an end Now we'll look at making a class & and ID .Class1{ } Classes require a "." before them #ID1{ } and IDs require a "#" before them Now, in your HTML to call a class or an id, you need to do the following, <div class="Class1"> </div> Or <div id="ID1"> </div> if you want anything inside your element, you simply add it before you close your div with </div> for example <div class="Class1"> HELLO WORLD </div> So, give it a try! now that you've learned the basic syntax, check out http://www.w3schools.com/ to learn way more, & for a reference of every single function, what they do, and how to use them. Oh, PS. to import a CSS file into a webpage you'll need to put this in you <head> section <link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="STYLESHEET.css"> -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Part 2: It was suggested that i explain how to start & save a new html or css file, so here goes: Step 1, create a Project folder on your desktop, or really wherever you want it to be. now, name that folder something distictive "Websites" or something. now create a sub-folder, and call it "CSS Tutorial" or something. Now, create a new Text Document By default, it will say "New Text Document.txt" Change that to index.html now create another text document & call it something like "default.css" (Follow this if it doesn't say ".txt" at the end of the file) Click Organise, then folder and search options then uncheck this: Alright, so that is the very beginning stage of starting to write in HTML or CSS Now you can either open each of these in Notepad, or you can download http://notepad-plus-plus.org/ STRONGLY SUGGESTED You're now ready to follow Part 1. :I ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Hope this helped you in some small way. ~Jaiden
  7. Not a sports guy, But my hobbies include using my laptop all day, watching movies, smoking weed, and using internet forums, I really like to talk to people, get me going on an intelectual conversation & i can go all day. And yea, i'm very ambitious, specifically about my webhosting company. it's what i've wantted to do all my life
  8. Thanks for the support. This is what i've wantted to do my whole life & it actually means a lot to read your complements.
  9. Thanks! I do frequently give discounts, right now i have something like 12 coupon codes all for different sites and affiliates. i'm expecting a pretty good pickup in customers pretty soon. I'll also be offering Reseller hosting very soon. already have the webpage done for it.
  10. Little bit of Java, little bit of C#, little bit of PHP, and if you count them, Html & Css
  11. Hey, My name's Jaiden, I'm 19, Canadian & i really like computers. Specifically networking, i'm the guy who would like nothing better to spend a day setting up the perfect data center, in fact that's my life goal, to have my own data center(s) which is why i've started webhosting, Another thing i've wantted to do all my life, Things are just barely getting started now, & i suppose things are good, I have a post about it.. I'm mostly here for the community, but i may end up getting VIP anyways if i find that i fit well with the community. perhaps i'll eventually submit a staff application, who knows. Heres to the future, aye? Anyways, Yea. I'm Jaiden, woohoo everybody.