Objectives E-mail extra knowledge Cookies Picture handling when creating site
E-mail Server Type IMAP/POP No e-mail viewer / need e-mail client Download to your PC Can write off-line Web Mail E-mail viewer built in No download Everything done on- line
IMAP/POP setup your e-mail address name of incoming server name of the outgoing SMTP server your user and password
Address Book Automatically adds New card / New list Search through different lists
Netiquette Meaningful subject Be careful – not private or secure Be extremely polite and avoid sarcasm Be concise – target first screen Capital letters scream Use BCC to copy a long list
Netiquette continued Avoid “Reply All” Keep attachments small (under 50K) Explain attachments Run anti-virus Check virus reports for hoaxes Sign your e-mail
Page 285 Section A Chapter 6 Web Technology Cookies: What is a “cookie”? Cookie – Little text file a Web server puts on your computer Cookie: email@example.com p_uniqid2ALtqeZk/LQMBPsmdAhotbot.com/086510796 829316142126485289629248274*
Page 286 Section A Chapter 6 Web Technology Are cookies safe and private? Cookies are a relatively safe technology Data, not computer program Can only be accessed by site that created it? Contain only information you disclose while using the site Uses a randomly generated number instead of your name
Page 286 Section A Chapter 6 Web Technology Does my computer have to accept cookies? Browsers will block, but site may refuse P3P (Platform for Privacy Preferences Project) – defines security tags for cookies in their HTTP header
Page 286 Section A Chapter 6 Web Technology Does my computer have to accept cookies?
Page 287 Section A Chapter 6 Web Technology How long do cookies stay on my computer?
Picture loading time Pictures take time to load Slower connections Reasonable picture size for web Interlacing display Thumbnails